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Short Take: Photo company to boost online services

Online digital photography company PhotoPoint and Eastman Kodak subsidiary PictureVision have agreed to offer consumers photo-sharing services and free storage. Under the deal, people can use secure photo-sharing over the Internet, browse public galleries of member photos, put photos on merchandise and cards, and participate in forums and live chats. In addition, the San Francisco-based company has named Steve Carley as its president. Carley, who was formerly president of Universal City Hollywood, replaces David Rowley.

    Online digital photography company PhotoPoint and Eastman Kodak subsidiary PictureVision have agreed to offer consumers photo-sharing services and free storage. Under the deal, people can use secure photo-sharing over the Internet, browse public galleries of member photos, put photos on merchandise and cards, and participate in forums and live chats. In addition, the San Francisco-based company has named Steve Carley as its president. Carley, who was formerly president of Universal City Hollywood, replaces David Rowley.