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Mommy's Lil Helper: Kodak Pulse Digital Frame

Like many parents of young tots, my computer is filled with digital images of my kids in various states of play. When I have the time, I upload them to a share site where my friends and relatives can view and print the ones that interest them. Unfortunately that doesn't happen as often as it should, and I am often on the receiving end of a call from my mother requesting updated shots of the kids.

Kodak recently invited me to an event where I was introduced to their Pulse digital frame ($120). The 7-inch display screen can receive photos via your home wireless network and its own email address, meaning all I have to do is email grandma pictures (either from my computer, or more often from my phone), and they will automatically show up on her frame. For hip grandmas who are already networking on Facebook, the frame can automatically display photos posted to friends' Facebook accounts. Given the amount of time I've spent teaching my family how to download photos, taking a few minutes to email their frame photos at the end of each week may spare me a few hours each month.

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