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One important aspect of Social Networking is the ability to publish and share.
Flickr is an awesome unique space with many feature. You might also consider Google (Picasa) as they have an integrated suite of tools.
Flickr.com allows you to upload 100 MB per month of photos free. You set the type of creative commons copyright that you want. You tag your photos with keywords and descriptions. Two amazing features include being able to GeoTag them so that you can see your photos and others overlaid with a map of the world (and zoom in much like Google Earth) The second feature is the very easy way to share simple but crisp slide shows.
When sharing it is important to first know that you can share what you have created. The video below provides a way to find images you have permission to use.
Sharing Video can be for presentations or for tutorial style support
Screencast-o-matic.com - allows upto 15 minutes that can be stored on the server or downloaded (but large files)
Jing uses the Screencast-o-matic engine
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The max length is 4 minutes but it allows for an integrated Video, or Screen Shot tool.
When you complete a video, it gives you the URL to view the video or send the URL to someone with
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