CNET launches dead-simple photo site

Michael Arrington at TechCrunch says CNET's new AllYouCanUpload photo website is so simple, it's disruptive. What that means is that AllYouCanUpload may be able to unseat the current top photo-hosting websites, Photobucket and Imageshack, which have overtaken traditional photo-sharing websites like Snapfish and Kodak EasyShare Gallery because they focused on making it easy to post images on websites like MySpace and eBay, not ordering photo prints.

How is AYCU different from the current photo-sharing top dogs? It doesn't require a login or password -- you just upload your pictures, get the HTML code for posting them, and go. For online users drowning in passwords, that simplicity should come as a relief.
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