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Make quick iPhone Photo blog with Fuzzy Shot

Since I picked up my iPhone last Sunday, I have been spending a lot of time playing with it, as well as making great use of it for business.

Today, I noticed a Twitter message from Jeff Turner (respres) directing me to Fuzzy Shot, a blogging service dedicated to iPhone photos.

I like the service because it doesn't require me to email photos anywhere. Rather it has a companion application that loads on the iPhone and then allows me to caption and title the photo, and then click one button to upload it to the site.

I like that it uss the GPS in the iPhone 3G to automatically Geotag the photos and show the location on a map. I wish there was a way to embed the photo in a blog post like this one, though. I sort of fooled it into doing it for this post.

I will play around a bit more with this, but I can foresee it becoming an interesting part of my daily work flow.
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