AllYouCanUpload

  • AllYouCanUpload Slips Quietly Into Deadpool

    AllYouCanUpload Slips Quietly Into Deadpool

    AllYouCanUpload, the registration-free image hosting site with few restrictions, has quietly been taken down. The site was launched in May 2006 by CNET without much fanfare, but was praised for shedding the bandwidth limits seen on other photo sites like Photobucket and ImageShack. The site was part of the Webshots photo service, which was sold by CNET to American Greetings in October… Read More

  • CNET's Getting Its Groove

    CNET sure has been busy fixing up its community sites lately. In addition to recent updates to Consumating, Webshots, and Chow, the launch of AllYouCanUpload and the acquisition of UrbanBaby, CNET relaunched popular Tech news and community site TechRepublic today. A key addition to TechRepublic is the use of tags to categorize all content on the site, including user generated content found in… Read More

  • CNET's AllYouCanUpload Is Disruptive

    CNET's AllYouCanUpload Is Disruptive

    CNET very quietly launched a simple new photo uploading site called AllYouCanUpload last week. At first glance it doesn’t appear to be very special or disruptive. But it is. By launching AllYouCanUpload, CNET just pulled the rug out from under at least two startups (photobucket and imageshack) that focus on providing image hosting for users who want to display those images on other… Read More