What to take from a burning building, or Christmas by the Numbers; 16 Each

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If your house is burning down, and after you get the family out, what’s the one thing most people would take out to save?

Pictures.

The Wall Street Journal reported today on the websites available to store and share pictures.

The Cranky Consumer by Lan N. Nguyen wrote A Snapshot of Photo Web Sites. And did a side by side comparison:

Flickr.com …good for those serious about photography

Kodakgallery.com …so user friendly that even technophobes will take to it.

Shutterfly.com A sweet deal– a lot of special tools and functions at no charge.

Myfamily.com Perfect for preserving family history — albeit for a price.

Photosite.com You get what you pay for.

And, of course, there are blogs. And if I have to pick one picture from each year to load up — these would be the ones.

Our Christmas cards. Since meeting Charmaine.

Not much happened before then anyway.

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2005

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2004

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2003

See the other 16 at the jump.

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2002

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2001

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2000

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1999

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1998

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1997

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1996

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1995

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1994

Yoest Family  Charmaine gets "Hooded" 2004

Yoest Family
Charmaine gets “Hooded”
2004

 

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1993

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1992

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1991

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1990

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1989

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