Five best digital photo organizers is a great website with all kinds of interesting tips to make your life easier. They recently posted an article on the Five best digital photo organizers. Here are the results (as of April 7, 2008): 

Best Digital Photo Organizer?

Folder Structure

 17.6% (1178 votes)


 6.1% (411 votes)


 42.7% (2864 votes)


 14.2% (950 votes)

Adobe Lightroom

 19.5% (1306 votes)

 What do you use?

Read More – New service to backup your photos online – New service to backup your photos online is a fairly new file sharing service. You can store, share and retrieve any kind of file from anywhere on the Internet. I’m interested in this service because they provide photo album and photo editing (using Snipshot — well not really, read on) capabilities. - New service to backup your photos online

The service is currently in beta and they offer 4 pricing options: Beta (free), Basic ($14.99 per year), Professional ($49.99 per year), and Business ($149.99 per year). You can also request a custom plan.

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Review of Online Photo Services, including SmugMug, Picasa and Flickr reviewed some of the most popular online photo services in A Review of Online Photo Services. Thank you Adam. He reviews the following sites in detail:

Here is his conclusion (also read the comments for more sites):

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Photo sharing – TiVo style

Photo sharing – TiVo style


TiVo announced today that they’ve partnered with Picasa and Photobucket to allow TiVo viewers to view their online photo albums on their TVs. Here is a part of the CNET article:

The digital video recorder manufacturer has partnered with two photo-sharing services–the Google-owned Picasa Web Albums and Fox Interactive Media-owned Photobucket–in order to enable users to surf through their photo albums as well as their friends’ and family members’, provided that their TiVo boxes are broadband-connected.

A release from the company emphasized the fact that photos are viewable in the highest resolution possible, which on the TiVo Series 3 and TiVo HD devices means full high definition.

PhotobucketHere is the Photobucket announcement.

Mashable also writes about this.

Is this a feature that you’ll use on TiVo?

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