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andrzejpw

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Muhuhahaha, the pieces are finally coming into place. I've almost finished assembling my equipment rack(2nd coat of gloss going on tonight), and I should have a digital camera this week. So, what do you guys use for image hosting? I guess I could use my website, but I only have 10 megs there, and I'd rather not litter it with miscellaneous stuff like that.

Any tips?
 
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Don't (well you can't) use Geocities. They don't allow that kind of behavior. And I hate them for it.

I use my webhost, which is featureprice.com. It costs about $5/mo for 50 MB of space, or you can bump up to 1 Gig for $10/mo. They've got all the bells and whistles and pretty decent bandwidth (not that I currently need it... my website is going through a transitional phase).
 
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Send me an email (eric343 at 2alpha dot com)... I've got ~8gigs of space on this 10krpm SCSI drive and I've got 5 2giggers on the shelf if I need 'em.

I love running my own Debian server
 
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