DeskDeck – The name given to Desktop version of TweetDeck has a feature of drag-drop a pic and uploading it to a photo sharing services like YFrog, TwitPic etc (which generally use twitter as a login).
But while I was changing the settings to use my custom domain for URL shortening with TweetDeck, I came across a new pic sharing setting wherein you can post pics via Posterous. I was wondering as to how it would work, so I made it my default to pic-sharing, and set out to try it.
Since Posterous supports email posting to their site and then setting up a blog (you can name and personalize it later), I half expected that I would be getting a randomly generated blog name where my pic would be posted. But Alas! I was in for a surprise..!
Even the support doc is of now help!
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