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Website of the Day: Radar

Want to include your friends in everything you do, while you do it? Radar.net lets you instantly share your pictures and videos with your closest pals via cell phone conversations. Radar is easy and is designed to work on any cameraphone on any network. All you have to do is take a picture with any cameraphone (or digital camera), immediately send it to Radar as a picture message or email, and then your chosen friends can instantly see the image and comment on it from any phone or PC.
Go to Radar.net to sign-up and get started. Submit your own Website of the Day in our Website of the Day group so we can all share exciting, entertaining and note-worthy websites from across the web!

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jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 7 years
seems pretty cool but invasive a bit as well
Tech Tech 9 years
After playing around with this a little more and chatting it up with Radar's awesome tech support, I've learned if you have a Blackberry Pearl you have to make sure to "Send as Email" instead of "Send as MMS." Just FYI. It may take a little finessing or an e-mail to their staff, but it will work great, I promise!
Neural Neural 9 years
That is too stinking cool! I so want to get my camera phone going again so I can do that! I love it!
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