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You can download everything via https://www.google.com/settings/takeout Click the blue Create an archive button Uncheck the Select all checkbox to uncheck everything, and then check just the Google Photos box. You can click on Edit on this line, but the default is to download all your albums. Click the red Create Archive button. Wait You'll receive email ...
You can download all your albums using http://picasa.google.com/. Alternatively you can use https://www.google.com/takeout.
You can delete the post and recreate it with pictures. Or you can add the pictures on the comment section. Cannot add Images, you can edit text.
No, its not possible. You can however add photos to the post via the comments section underneath the post
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 ...
If you go to picasaweb.google.com you'll find an album that is called Instant Uploads. Enter and click on the Slideshow button on the top left.
http://www.dropitto.me/ allows anyone to upload files to a special folder within your Dropbox. It's similar to is-it-possible-to-allow-an-anonymous-person-to-upload-to-my-dropbox-folder but does not require you to create a special form and use your own HTML page. Additionally, it notifies you via email when a file is uploaded. It does require Dropbox, ...
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.
I think what you're looking for is to share an album. From your Facebook stream page, click Add photo/video, and select Create photo album. This will let you upload any number of photos, and share them on your stream.
Mashable had a good article on twitter photo services. I haven't looked through them all. I use twitpic mainly. 10. TwitrPix9. Twitgoo8. yfrog7. twic.li/6. Flickr5. Mobypicture4. Posterous3. SmugMug2. ow.ly1. Twitpic This can be changed by visiting http://twitter.com/settings/connections or clicking your user drop-down in the upper right, then ...
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.
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.
I emailed the Speedy Uploader team and got no reply. They did not reply on Facebook either. The pix are gone unless the makers or new owners get the app and past storage servers up and running again.
Using http://SendToMyCloud.com, you can create an upload page for your Dropbox account, that allows users to upload directly to your Dropbox account without having an account, themselves. FWIW, this also works with Google Drive accounts, not just Dropbox.
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