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- A social network to share photos. It collects automatically all your photos and contacts from Facebook, Flickr and Picasa and allows you to share your photos with your friends whatever their website...
- It was built over a couple of days right after the inauguration by a group of Obama supporters. Millions of people wished to make it to D.C. but were unable. Now, anyone can share, view, and vote on...
- A site to browse pictures from Rio de Janeiro, Buzios, Ceará, and other places in Brazil. Uses the Google Picasa API.
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