Thursday, 11 August 2011

Vanishing photo's

Hi everyone, You will see that a few of my latest photo's have been removed by Photobucket. I mentioned that I was close to my 10GB monthly bandwidth limit, now it seems I have gone over it, as more and more people are looking at my photo's. They have been temporarily disabled. As it is a monthly limit the photo's will be reinstated on the 23rd when the bandwidth usage resets to zero. So now I will start deleting the older photographs which are not on here. I have opened a new Photobucket account so will use this as a temporary measure while I look at other options.

6 comments:

  1. I didn't think it would be so complicated, good luck!

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  2. I've just done an upgrade with Picasa, for the price of 5 dollars per year, and for that you get loads of storage space. Just tested it and it has activated already, that was flippin quick. So I am up and running once again, there's no stopping me now, pics galore, ha ha.

    The only reason I am reluctant to go down this path is because I have to put my card details into the computer. It worries me when you read about hackers breaking into large corporations, or indeed hackers infiltrating my own computer, even though I have all the security set up. Lets hope I am not one of the unlucky ones.

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  3. Ah the path to world domination is not always smooth me dear.
    John

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  4. FLICKR is also free. You could have several accounts and use one and then another. I refused to pay blogspot the $5, so I changed to flickr. I didn't realize I had to surrender my life to be able to use pictures AND pay money!

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  5. Flickr has a limit too. I have had to kill some of my photos on my account unless I upgrade to a professional one.

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  6. You need to size them down and optimize. You can get a 3mb photo down to 60kg or less by doing this.

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