Just a thought...
I've just deleted 117 obsolete images from my http://hubpages.com/my/photos/gallery
Any amount over 10 is worth bragging about here.
This is on my list of things to do, too. I can't brag yet because I haven't started!
I see there was less than an overwhelming response here. I guess I should have made the title The Let's Give HP Servers a Break Contest. Nuance is everything. Oh, well. Then again, it is the weekend.
Anywho, I found and deleted some more photos, thus freeing up more HP disk space and possibly even other resources.
I did, however, keep this one.
HOTD today has no comments capsule. Does that put it in the running for the 'Give HP Servers a Break Contest'?
Come to think of it, that title could be interpreted to have all sorts of meanings.
Sticking my dumb question here. How do I get to the page that has Status at the top and shows the HOTD?
Thanks for the heads up. I just deleted 50. Will do a little at a time.
If I delete them, will this disappear from my hub or just my library for further use? (I know it sounds silly)
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