Friday, January 11, 2008

Upload your Photos wirelessly from your camera to Windows Live Spaces

Now you can upload your photos from your Camera WIRELESSLY to your Windows Live Spaces. For that you have to get the Eye-Fi card.
Actually I had posted earlier about the Eye-Fi card when it was launched last year,
Upload Photos from Your Camera to the Web
I found it to be one of the nicest innovation on its launch and truly so it was among the Top 25 Innovative products of 2007 awarded by PCWorld recently.

"The Eye-Fi Card is a wireless memory card. It automatically uploads pictures from your digital camera to your PC or Mac and to your favorite photo sharing, printing, blogging or social networking site. No cables, no waiting, no hassles."
It's a Wireless Memory SD Card and yes, there really is Wi-Fi inside that tiny little card.

And now the new addition is, Angus Logan and Windows Live Team has been working with Eye-Fi team to to enable user's photos to be seamlessly transferred from their camera into their Windows Live Space.

"Eye-Fi used the Windows Live Spaces Photo API which allows users to delegate permission for Eye-Fi to Create/Read/Update/Delete Photos & Albums in their Windows Live Space. Delegation is important (as I mentioned in this Wired article with my new promotion) because users should never share their Windows Live ID credentials (username & password). The end user is also in control of their information as they can revoke permissions, so any web site they have granted access to will need to re-request."

This is really nice addition and will be very convenient. But sadly Eye-Fi is not yet available worldwide, So I am not able to try it out. For full instructions and steps involved and with nice explanation, please check Angus Logan's Post :
Want to upload photos to your Windows Live Space without ever plugging in your Camera? do it with

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