I take back what I said about Facebook. Scrabulous isn't the best reason for joining. It's fun and all, but, wow, Facebook has so much more point than any of its predecessors. I've had lunch with people I hadn't seen for five or 10 years. (Nice people who I was sorry I'd lost track of, not boring people.) And the christmas show community is all over there - in the last week, half a dozen or so people put up their pictures of May and tagged everybody else and there's comments all over. Lots of fun. Made me feel ok about not carrying my digital camera around.
There haven't been any pictures up here lately because I've been in kind of in a non-digital mood lately. This is partly because my not-so-new employer has a way of making me feel like my pictures, and my visual sense in general, are not only inadequate but also pointless, and partly because I have no backups of the 50 bazillion pictures on my computer and kind of want to back them up before I add more. Also, my hard drive is almost full. Yikes.
I've even dragged out my film camera...so now I have a completed roll of film and have to figure out where to get it developed. Does anyone have experience with snapfish or shutterfly or whatever the heck other services there are to get prints made? Is one better than others? J.Bro, is this the kind of scrapbook-related knowledge M.Bro carries in her head? Or should I just take the film to a store? Will they even know what to do with it?