Radar. ⇒

   24 July 2006, mid-morning

Radar is a photo-sharing site designed to show your photos to your friends and no one else. Tyler linked to this a while ago and I didn't pay it much attention. Now that I think about it more, this is actually a really good idea. I haven't a clue how popular the site actually is. With mySpace or Flickr, you can see all this public content, but with a site like this no such content exists. I'm not sure if this is a problem or not.

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  1. There isn’t really anyway around this. If they have a yahoo account, they can login using that, but that’s about it. I just signed up for Radar. I think it is meant for posting photos from your camera phone, and that’s it. At least, I can’t see how you upload photos. I might just be slow.

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