At Moms Who Click we are HUGE fans of Flickr. Not only do I keep my Project 365 images uploaded on Flickr, but I also use Flickr as a way to store my personal photos off site. This year Flickr increased their free storage to 1TB, which is equal to roughly 500,000 photos. That's a whopping ton of photos!
If you want to take advantage of Flickr and all it has to offer, you should also download a free copy of Flickit (for the iPhone and iPod Touch only Android fans, - you'll have to write and pester them for an Android version). Flickit allows you to upload your movies which the Flickr App does not allow at the moment (hmm, what's going on there Flickr?)
Flickr allows you to organize your photos into collections and sets which can either be public or private. You can also customize your collections and sets to be viewable to specific people in your contact list.
So check Flickit out if you are an iPhone or iPod Touch user. It is a great way to upload your images and free up space on your device. Plus it is a free way to preserve your memories offsite - away from your home in case of disaster recovery.
Do you have a back up solution for your digital life? If so, what do you use?