The blog Read/Write Web offers a short comparison and feature summary of more than a dozen photo sharing sites.

Some of the sites they’ve included, such as Kodak and Shutterfly, I wouldn’t include in a discussion of the read/write web (or web 2.0 or whatever we’re calling this week).

They’re more about selling paper versions of pictures than photo sharing.

But, despite the fact that they left out some of the more interesting new tools like Bubbleshare, this is still a useful aggregation of information.

However, I didn’t see anything that would persuade me to switch from Flickr.

On an interesting side note, they used Zoho Sheet, a free online spreadsheet, to create one of the tables. Cool.

photo sharing, web 2.0, flickr