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I'm looking for a page I can bookmark that I can click, then drag an image onto, and that's it. Just two steps for getting an image online to post places (like here). Preferably no login necessary.

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There is a new site called http://letscrate.com/.

Drag. Drop. Get URL. It's freaking sweet.

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Seems the problem with LetsCrate as opposed to Min.us however is that there's a 200MB cap and seems to be down as of right now. – digitxp Jan 5 '11 at 2:47

box.net supports drag and drop file uploading, including images. However, you must be logged in first to upload. You can mark a folder as global to allow it to be view publicly.

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Yeah. I just want a url like "abc.com/images.htm" that I can just click on, and drag image too... no logins, etc. Box.net does have a nice feature set though. – mike the mike Jul 20 '10 at 20:28
@mike: I don't think you will find such a service since without login everybody could access that "account" :). Many such services have "Remember me on this computer" to ease the recurring work, but without a login I don't think that really works (maybe for an intranet, but not for the Internet) – A. Ionescu Aug 5 '10 at 7:25

Just came across this today. And remembered seeing this question. Dropmocks

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There are a few new services like this popping up. Try Minus as well.

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You can use Gmail to drag attachments.

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making the answer bold and big does not make it any better. – neo Aug 5 '10 at 12:22
These are community wiki pages that list a service and have a long list of features. Those use bold and big letters to make the site easily scanable. This is definitely not needed here. – neo Aug 5 '10 at 15:12
Neo, this is how community members are lost. – Vortico Aug 11 '10 at 19:37

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