The word sharing is a noun. Sharing means (1) a distribution in shares, (2) sharing thoughts and feelings, (3) having in common, (4) using or enjoying something jointly with others.
Sharing is also an adjective that means (1) unselfishly willing to share with others, (2) sharing equally with another or others.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word sharing.
- Media Sharing
refers to the sharing of photos, video, and audio online. Most social media sites allow for some degree of media sharing, but some sites are focused almost exclusively around certain types of media such as photo and video.
Photobucket, created in 2003 and headquartered in Denver, is a site for uploading, sharing, linking, and finding photos, videos, and graphics. Photobucket's free albums store thousands of photos and hours of video. There are also free tools for sharing photos on email, IM and mobile phones.
- Yahoo! Messenger
Messenger provides chat, instant messaging, SMS, PC calls, and more. Also available are photo sharing, games, a calendar, Emoticons, Audibles, Phone access to PCs and much more.
- Opera Community
My Opera is an ad free site for blogging. The software offers sharing
of photos and it works with phones. Opera forum provides a place for users to discuss Opera systems. People and Groups provide access to the blogs.
Flickr, a Canadian company, was launched in 2004. It is a popular site for photo sharing. In addition, it is used by bloggers as a photo repository. Users can use Flickr to produce customized greeting cards, stamps, photo albums, and calendars. Flickr provides numerous ways for users to organize and categorize their photos. Users can also view photos in many different categories.
The Globus Alliance is a group of organizations and individuals developing fundamental technologies behind the Grid
to facilitate data and software sharing. The Globus Toolbox is an open source software toolkit that is used for building grid systems. The website describes both these products in full detail, plus information about the research projects that the Alliance is working on.
On Jamendo artists distribute their music under Creative Commons licenses, which allows downloading, remixing, and sharing
music for free. Users can listen to, download, and write reviews of the music. Writers and musicians are given an opportunity to have their music gain a wider audience. The website also contains blogs and news about new albums.
Webshots is a photo- and video sharing
site. Users can share their photos and make slide shows than can be shown on personal websites or through Webshots. There are also professional photographs available in 1000s of subjects. A basic service is free; the site has information about subscribing for more options.
Xanga is a blogging site founded in 1998 as a site for sharing
music and book reviews. Today, Xanga is used primarily by teenagers. Users can create weblogs, share photos, videos, profiles, and form blogrings for a group to blog on their own network of friends.
Recreation.gov is a gateway to America's Outdoors. It offers trip planning, information sharing, and reservations services for recreational facilities operated by government agencies such as the Army Corps of Engineers, the Forest Service, the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Reclamation, and the Fish and Wildlife Service. Website visitors can discover recreational opportunities in a specific area and make reservations online or by phone.
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