Those evil geniuses at Amazon.com recommended I take a look at the Eye-Fi Card, Wireless 2GB SD Memory Card.
Apparently this 2 gigabyte SD memory card not only stores your photos and videos, but can magically send them via Wi-Fi to your personal computer or directly to your favorite photo-sharing site. So, as you take photos, they automatically appear on Fotki, Shutterfly, dotPhoto, webshots, phanfare, Picasa Web albums, flickr, TypePad, Wal-Mart, snapfish, VOX, smugmug, facebook, photobucket, Kodak Gallery, or Sharpcast.
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This IS amazing. Wow. Hadn’t seen this before. I was glad to see on the Amazon site that vendors are now offering WiFi digital photo frames that let you get updated photos from sites like Flickr, instead of having to insert media cards into them physically. Now I’ll just wait for those prices to come down a bit more! This wifi enabled SD card is AMAZING tho, and pretty reasonably priced.
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