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.

Author: Robert Scoble

Scoble gives you a front-row seat on the future. Especially on platforms that use the fourth user interface, spatial computing, like virtual reality or mixed reality that will come soon thanks to his own front-row seat as entrepreneur in residence at UploadVR.com and his past experience as futurist at Rackspace. Best place to find Scoble? On his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scobletechnology/

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!