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Raincutter says

Look it for yourself: http://www.tinypic.com

“Tinypic is no longer accepting uploads from international locations, and links are turned off. If you have content on Tinypic, you can still view the URLs and the content, but only on Tinypic. To upload, share, or link content, please go to Photobucket.com to register an account. You will need to upload your content again to your Photobucket account, but you will be able to share and link your images and videos. We’re sorry for the inconvenience and hope that you enjoy Photobucket, our premier image and video site. Click here for more details.”

So time to say goodbye to tinypic if you are still using it and encounter this message.

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

Aw that’s a pity, tinypic was great :o

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miseld says

Importrant pics i always host at my own server, less importrant at flickr

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CreatingDrew says

Imgur is awesome for hosting pictures without any fuss or bandwidth restrictions http://imgur.com :)

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JackGriffiths says

TinyGrab is good for £10. Instant screenshot sharing :) I have a copy of it from MacHeist.

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Clixapix says

Lucky for me, tinypic still works :)

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MCStudios says

I also use TinyGrab and i also have a copy from MacHeist :)

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Raincutter says

hmm… strangely I use imageshack and it works fine. :D

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crozer says
Imgur is awesome for hosting pictures without any fuss or bandwidth restrictions http://imgur.com :)

Thanks so much. TinyPic’s action sucks big time, and I was really looking for a similar fast and efficient media uploader. (I have to admit, though, that the last months TinyPic got very annoying with their CAPTCHA system).

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Raincutter says
Imgur is awesome for hosting pictures without any fuss or bandwidth restrictions http://imgur.com :)
Thanks so much. TinyPic’s action sucks big time, and I was really looking for a similar fast and efficient media uploader. (I have to admit, though, that the last months TinyPic got very annoying with their CAPTCHA system).

lol I left using it since they started using CAPTCHA . Now I’m glad I did.

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