Wondering what to do with the 673 digital snapshots of last year's safari? This new online service lets you upload pictures to your own Web site and organize them into albums for everyone to see. It's not a new idea; Shutterfly and Ofoto offer similar services for free. But to our sometimes technologically-challenged minds, Photosite's ultrafast software, which lets you crop, tint, and upload photos without having to wade through ad-laden Web pages, is easily worth $10 a month. Mac users take note: For now the software works only with a PC.
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