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My own preference for image hosting is bayimg.com: You can upload about 140 different formats. There's even support for .RAR and .ZIP-archives! If you upload an archive with multiple images, you'll also get an album-address for all the pictures inside of it. Tags are separated by spaces, removal code is a password to let you remove images you upload. ...
Picasa Web Albums allows hotlinking and up to 1 Gigabyte of storage.
Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos give you 15 GB of storage space for free. This storage limit only applies to "full-size uploads" (bigger than 2048x2048px) added when you upload photos on your desktop or with Auto Backup on your Android device. Any photos you upload less than 2048px (or that you let Google+ resize for you) won't count against your ...
ImageShack has apparently changed their policies and now insist upon registering the referring domain onto ImageShack . If the domain is not registered with an ImageShack account then the images will not be shown and the above picture will be substituted. However, if the end user is a registered ImageShack user, then they will show the image.
I use ImageShack that allows hotlink. If an image is hotlinked, it will have a limit during our peak traffic. Imageshack allows 2000mb per hour for each image hosted. Gif images are limited at 500mb per hour. Peak time is from 6:00am to 3:00pm PST. You can find additional info on FAQ page
snag.gy Snaggy does exactly that, is very easy to use and has a simple editor to crop and annotate the image. On modern browsers, it can paste the image directly from clipboard using HTML5, no plugins are required. On older browsers, a Java plugin is still needed. (FAQ)
Flickr Pro Account US$24.95 a year Unlimited photo uploads (20MB per photo) Unlimited video uploads (90 seconds max, 500MB per video) The ability to show HD Video Unlimited storage Unlimited bandwidth Archiving of high-resolution original images The ability to replace a photo Post any of your photos or videos in up to 60 group pools ...
Min.us I'm using Min.us's chrome extension (ff available), which does a pretty good job of this. They have a desktop application as well (cross platform) which allows you to take a screenshot and copy its url directly. If the screenshot pertains to a website (inside browser) I'd say go for the extension. Otherwise use the desktop application Also there's ...
ScreenShootMe does exactly what you want. You can: take any image from your clipboard click the "Paste" button and it will appear on the web app click "Save" and it will generate a URL that points to your image It will either create a random URL or you can create a custom name for your URL.
The easiest way, which still uses the Blogger interface for uploading, is to sign up for 2nd Google account, and give that account author (or even administrator) rights to your blog: this works for now because Google account storage limits are per account, not per flesh-and-blood person. It may have some downsides, though, if you want to be a verified ...
Picasa This is a photo hosting service from Google. A free account allows you to upload 1 GB of images to an online album, but $5 a year raises the limit to 20 GB of storage. Picasa allows image embedding to post images on blogs.
It is always best to put your images on image sharing websites. It seems like most people use Imgur to share their pictures, so you can use it and link to it from the HTML code in your documentation webpages (using <img src="">) It is quite debatable regarding what services keep your files online for the longest period of time, but generally it is how ...
pasteboard.co Pasteboard can paste images from the clipboard, via drag-and-drop, or capture from the webcam. The image can be cropped before uploading. It uses recent APIs from modern browsers, no plugins are required. The source-code is available on GitHub. The service returns a URL to the page containing the image. Image hotlinking is disabled, though. ...
Imgur Imgur makes sharing images with the Internet easy. It can be used to share pictures with friends, as well as post images on message boards and blogs. You can manipulate the image a number of ways and automatically submit it to popular sites such as reddit or digg. You can also view popular user-submitted images in the gallery. Best of all, Imgur is ...
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