I'm suprised I've not seen people doing this method of free image hosting yet with their websites and while it's been niggling at the back of my head, I thought I might aswell post about it.
Now normally if you have your own hosting account on a server somewhere in the world you will know that you're on a limit as to how much bandwidth you use (even these "unlimited bandwidth" ones ~ nothing's unlimited *fact*). Well if your website is mainly text based then you'll notice that depending on how many visitors you get, you don't really use... [read more]
Well now as we're in the "10's" now, I'd like to do a round-up on a decade that I can throughly remember. This past decade (The Noughties) has been a mainly technological age for us all, plus also has had some very disasterous outcomes too. So lets start with the beginning of the decade and the celebrations of the new Millenium.
With the roll-out of broadband to pretty much anyone and everyone during the turn of the Millenium, the internet started to become the main hub for different types of media (i.e; music, movies, tv programs), mainly this was an illegal... [read more]
Thank you so much!...
bee (20th July 03:29)
This works great- thank you!!...
Roberta (19th July 16:48)
I get this error whenever I try and use the program.
"An exception occurred during a WebClient request" ...
dsd (19th July 02:06)
There is a major bug in this. It simply stalls and won't let me move to the 'select where to save them' part after discovering all the images. 1/10 of accounts I enter in work, rather randomly ...
max (12th July 16:27)
works again! woot! and faster without all the pesky small windows! thx!
now could max images and destination directory be stored as some settings? just enter the username and hit run?...
woot (10th July 17:52)