Centralizing GM and Audarya photos

Margaret Dale - March 17, 2007 6:03 am

Hari bol!

Some one mentioned previously that we should have a collection of photos of GM. snapfish.com allows unlimited uploads of photos to an unlimited number of albums. I created an account, email audaryadasa@yahoo.com, password Krishna, so that if you would like, we can upload photos of GM, Audarya, disciples, trips to Vrndavan, etc, to a single website. This way everyone in Tattva-viveka can have access to high resolution photos with out stressing this server. I was thinking we'd run several albums to keep things organized, so if your photos don't fit in an existing album, make a new one! The audaryadasa@yahoo.como email account is a ghost account; if anyone wants to use it for something Audarya or GM related, the password there is also Krishna. The security question is (I'm not kidding) "What is your favorite pastime?" The answer is "Rasa lila". ;) Thanks.

Bijaya Kumara Das - March 18, 2007 2:50 am

I tried but it stopped at the first download now for getting the abiltiy to load them.

Margaret Dale - March 19, 2007 5:13 am

Sorry, I had only tried uploading and knew there was unlimited space. I looked into it further and the high resolution images can be downloaded for five cents if you download more than one. Perhaps this is not the best idea after all.

Margaret Dale - March 20, 2007 5:22 am

So yahoo.photos.com also allows unlimited storage but with free downloads. We are already set up with the audaryadasa / Krishna account. Does anyone want to try it out and see if this has any bugs?

Margaret Dale - March 20, 2007 6:14 am

A couple of notes - photos.yahoo.com is having a fit tonight and is not working at all, and this is the first time I have had a problem with it. Incidentally, some of the other yahoo services also seem to be malfunctioning.

Secondly, if anyone has visited and seen that you are welcomed as gurumaharaja, what happened is that the official name on the account is Gurumaharaja Dasa, but yahoo only calls you by your first name. I suppose it is like someone named Krishnadasa being called Krishna all the time. I just wanted to clarify what my intent had been in choosing that name.