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One way to do this would be to utilize the GoogleCL tool. GoogleCL is a command-line interface (utilizing Python scripts, but the Windows version includes a wrapper so you don't have to manually install and set up Python) to various Google services, including Picasa. (I'm assuming you're on the Windows platform for these commands, but equivalents exist on ...
Facebook now strips all metadata from posted pictures to avoid this problem: What information can someone see when they download my photo from Facebook? However, be careful when you post links to photos on other websites or when using third-party image hosting services with Facebook, Twitter, etc.
While the help doesn't explicitly mention this case, the 'Sync to Web' basics page has the following: Once you've enabled the Sync to Web feature, you can sync the following changes from Picasa to Picasa Web Albums: Added or deleted photos So I would assume that if you delete a folder locally it would also get deleted on the web. My ...
You can't, at the moment. Use Picasa on your local computer. I loved this online feature too, and it's sad that it's gone. However, seeing that the capability appeared only online, and later in the application, I suspect that they removed it from online because it's difficult to merge your face/name assignments from online into your local Picasa ...
That's a great idea. I don't think it's been done yet, but there are similar tools like Google's Reverse Image Search [how to], and TinEye. Something like that could probably be modified to search videos. (You'd have to find a database of video thumbnails to pair it up with. Youtube automatically generates and stores 3 thumbnails per video, which is pretty ...
Instead of using Gmail, use Google Drive. Go to https://drive.google.com Check the box next to each item you want to download Click "More" above the list Click "Download" The links you are seeing in Gmail are links to items you have in your Google Drive. Using the full Google Drive interface will give you more options on how to interact with the items.
When you actually post on facebook, you can only upload one photo or video. What your friends have done is uploaded a bunch of photos in an album, and after the upload was successful, facebook asked them to post about the photos that just uploaded - only in this post there can be more than one photo, not in your ordinary post.
After some tests (& discussions in the comments) with the pages in question, it seems that Facebook Publisher works only with full paths on images (maybe you can file this as a bug). Instead of using the relative path, use the full path to your images. This will allow you to get an array of pictures from the website in question.
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