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Old 2024-01-12, 6:29pm
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I know a lot of the tuts here are getting fairly ancient, but it's getting to the point where most of them are just dead links, damn I hate to have missed so many of them.
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Old 2024-01-12, 9:27pm
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I know, its really sad how much institutional knowledge is being lost.
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Old 2024-01-13, 2:08am
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yes I already have a list of those I regret not grabbing.
Second only to the dead pics in the archive threads and old galleries.
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Old 2024-03-09, 6:02pm
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It's so sad to lose so many resources. I've been trying to find the Water Spirit Tutorial by David Sivers and can't find it anywhere. I messaged him on Etsy but haven't received a response - he might have closed his site there. It inspired me to review all my old links and I must have had to delete at least a third of them because they weren't active anymore.
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I agree it so sad and I really dislike people removing their beautiful bead pictures out of them and the gallery. It makes them so broken especially to the new artists trying to learn. I just donít understand why it happens.☹️
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Old 2024-03-09, 8:26pm
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I agree it so sad and I really dislike people removing their beautiful bead pictures out of them and the gallery. It makes them so broken especially to the new artists trying to learn. I just donít understand why it happens.☹️
Some of the hosting sites started charging and deleted accounts (and the photos) if you did not sign up for a paid account. Photo Bucket did that. Not sure about Flickr. If someone was storing pictures on a web site rather than uploading a jpg, tif, gif etc then most of them are gone.
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I feel the same, it a huge amount of info that has been lost. Luckily nearly every tute I came across I cut and pasted into a word doc, so I have a huge resource. I dont have many paid for tutes except those that people have gifted me in exchange for free tutes that have disappeared,
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I agree, It’s such a shame that this wonderful resource is so ephemeral ��. Is there a better way to upload photos so that they will stay?
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I know some of my early postings I used photobucket, and it went away so the photos did too. I think the ones we upload directly from our device to here should stay, is that right?

I'm wondering if we put a link to our online storage if it will go directly to that photo, or can other people then also access other things we have stored there?
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yes direct uploads stay. I still see my old old stuff. I'm not sure what you are asking, are you talking about cloud storage? I think you could probably share but I'm not sure how secure that is, or what's involved. I don't think you need to keep it on your computer after you upload to here.
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