One of the joys of living in the country is all the wildlife around us. Deer, raccons, possums, skunks, rabbits, and birds. Even the snakes, scorpions, and tarantulas are fascinating, if a little scary. (The rats, mice, voles, and moles that the cats bring in as living toys are less endearing.)
Photo sharing has proven to be one of the Internet’s most common applications. Indeed, the ability to easily share photos electronically is a key driver behind the success of digital cameras. In the past five years, dozens of photo sharing web sites and other sharing services have come and, in many cases, gone. Yet I still don’t find any service that I’ve used entirely satisfying.