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Organizing materials online

Come to think of it, I have been using online storage almost 10 years, and things are available everywhere, across many website, but not so organized manner.

Recently, I have noticed it have been long time since I visited my online repositories, I thought it might be good time to organize my photos/image.


Still I am debating myself what would be the best way to organize my massive amount of 
 photos and drawings post in various online websites. mixi, pixiv, livejournal, photobucket, google costco etc etc. It is surely getting out of control.

Maybe, life would be easier if my local icons of image file changed to have a little tags "mixi" or "facebook" as soon as uploaded.

Ha. An entry of open ended question.

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