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Ralf Jurrien : October 7th 2007 - 20:10 CET

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PhotoworksPhoto sharing solution for Toshiba notebooks : PhotoWorks announced a marketing campaign with Toshiba America Information Systems to deliver a photo sharing and photo publishing solution to Toshiba notebook users. As part of the marketing campaign, Toshiba will distribute on newly-imaged US consumer notebook computers a PhotoWorks desktop icon that enables users to instantly access PhotoWorks’ high-quality line of photo products and services. “PhotoWorks offers a photo solution for any user. People today are taking more pictures than ever, and we’re excited to give Toshiba notebook users a fast, easy and creative way to store, share and preserve those digital and film memories,” said Andy Wood, President and CEO of PhotoWorks.
Photo sharing solutionFree unlimited photo storage
PhotoWorks allows members free and unlimited photo storage. Photo sharing options include traditional email slideshows, as well as My Share build-your-own Web pages devoted entirely to members’ photo albums, photo books and photo projects. PhotoWorks also offers an array of fun, innovative photo products and keepsakes, such as hard cover books, jewelry boxes, oversized prints, puzzles, playing cards, sticky notepads, and even canvas prints.

Photo sharing solution for Toshiba notebooks
For the savvy user who wants to link in to social networks, PhotoWorks Photo Communities-including Dogs, Weddings, Cycling, Gardening, Travel and more-give like-minded people the opportunity to share their photos with one another, offer advice on getting that perfect shot and even win prizes. Small business owners and professional photographers can take advantage of PhotoWorks’ My Storefront, a groundbreaking new feature that lets all PhotoWorks users become sellers.

Photoworks
PhotoWorks, Inc. is an Internet-based personal publishing company and photography community. The company's web-based services allow PC and Mac users to share and store their digital photos, host personalized My Share Web pages, sell one-of-a-kind products through My Storefront, join photo communities, and create hardbound photo books, customized greeting cards, calendars, prints and other photography-sourced products. Formerly known as Seattle Film Works, PhotoWorks has a 30-year national heritage of helping photographers share and preserve their memories with innovative and inspiring products and services.





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