Sharpcast is what Hillel is talking about

Hillel Cooperman asks “Do you know anyone who uploads their photos and then deletes their local copies?”

I don’t.

But, Hillel, you gotta check out Sharpcast. It synchronizes your photos between mobile phones, laptops, and the Web in a way that Flickr can’t even get close to. I got a good look today and this really rocks.

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Comments

  1. i do this exact thing, using foldershare… to sync my photos… from my desktop to my server. done. I wish microsoft would make that capability something more official though.

  2. i do this exact thing, using foldershare… to sync my photos… from my desktop to my server. done. I wish microsoft would make that capability something more official though.

  3. do u think a guy who names himself ‘teknologist’ would have realplayer installed? nonono.

    i’ll browse your site a bit and get a better idea what you all are up to.

    best of luck Gibu.

  4. do u think a guy who names himself ‘teknologist’ would have realplayer installed? nonono.

    i’ll browse your site a bit and get a better idea what you all are up to.

    best of luck Gibu.

  5. Hunter, thanks for the endorsement. Help find me a few great developers — I am sure Google has a few who might much rather work at a fun startup — and you will have your PIM data also syncing in no time. Or should I say, real-time? ;)

    Thanks for the good wishes teknologist!

  6. Hunter, thanks for the endorsement. Help find me a few great developers — I am sure Google has a few who might much rather work at a fun startup — and you will have your PIM data also syncing in no time. Or should I say, real-time? ;)

    Thanks for the good wishes teknologist!