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I've pictures dispersed in many sites - friends mostly on Facebook and casual photography on Flickr and Photobucket and some on picasa.

I would like to use a tool that provides an aggregated view of my photos on these sites. I was wondering what online tool that does that really well.

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You could try http://www.pictarine.com/

It allows you to see your photos and your friends photos from Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

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if they are just for you to look at use the flock browser.

If you're trying to display them on a website you can probably get rss feeds for all of them. xfruits.com has a simple rss aggregator that is easy to use. There is also Yahoo pipes. You will probably need a special application to get your public photos OUT of facebook as a feed. I haven't tried this.

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FYI, but Flock is dead. See flock.com – Kerri Shotts May 12 '11 at 3:44
Flock got acquired by Zynga (mashable.com/2011/01/07/zynga-buys-flock) and discontinued. – Alex Jul 16 '11 at 20:18

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