Every time I try to post pictures, I get this message:
Whoops! You're out of space. You are currently using 100% of your 1 GB quota for photos.
And then it says something about Picasa and photo storage.
A confession: I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT PICASA IS!!! Did I sign up for it? Did I ask for it? Did I WANT it? I have no idea. It's probably something that comes along with the whole Google family of "helpful" web things, but if I never asked to store my pictures on the web, then why does it? I want to store my pictures on my computer. I don't want to store them on the web. I don't want yet another website where I can direct people to look at my pictures. No one likes to click on links anyway. If I want to share a photo or two, I will put it on my blog. My blog that used to be free and now is asking me to pay to store my pictures on Picasa!
I don't even do Facebook. Is it too much to ask to just be able to put up pictures for free on my blog?
There has to be some way around this. Will they let me delete some photos from Picasa so I can free up space to post more? Can I somehow circumvent this "storage quota"? Do I really have to pay a monthly fee?
Is there anybody out there who can answer my questions in plain English? My kingdom for a computer nerd that can help me with this!!! Ok, I have no kingdom. I have a $5 Starbucks card. That's it. First helpful nerd gets it.