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Instant Photo Sharing with Bubba Two

Jul 09, 2010, 17:36 (0 Talkback[s])
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"My photography workflow is based on two key tools: the digiKam photo management application and a Bubba Two personal Linux-based server. While I use digiKam for processing and managing photos, Bubba Two takes care of storing my image files and backs them up in the cloud. But that's only one of Bubba Two's many talents. This little server also comes with its own photo album software which lets you instantly share photos on the Web. It's not a Flickr killer, but it can come in rather handy if you want to turn your photos into a photo album and share it with a selected group of people in the entire world with a minimum of fuss.

""By why not use one of many photo sharing services instead?" you may ask. For a number of reasons. Say, I want to share photos from my last trip with a few friends and family. Using Flickr or any other service for that would mean uploading a few gigabytes of photos, which takes time and can be rather impractical if I have to remove them afterwards."

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