If your computer has ever crashed you understand that gut-wrenching feeling when you realize you’ve lost years’ worth of photos. That is, until Shutterfly stepped onto the scene in 1999. Shutterfly allows users to upload and store an unlimited amount of photos and videos on a secure and reliable network (and promises not to delete them no matter how long it’s been since your last login). You can then share your best shots with a free personalized website, through email or social networks. Those who crave tangible photos can order prints or have their artwork displayed on tons of items, such as calendars, phone cases, photo books, blankets – the list goes on.