7-17-11: Initial Release.
Puush.me is a website that I knew about for quite awhile thanks to the recommendation of one my Youtube followers, but I never got a chance to try it out until recently as I was thinking of new tutorials to look at. Puush.me is basically a program you download and install, and with it, it allows you to do quick and easy screen captures of a program, desktop, or a selected area of your choosing.
In addition, you can also use it to upload files like .txt, .doc, .exe, and more to your puush.me online account. For free users, the max limit of free online storage for you is 200mb, but if you are using it host pictures here and there temporarily, then perhaps this is right up your alley.
Plus, the entire service is ad-free! Once you login to the puush.me account, you can see your online files, and put them in public mode or even private mode. Every time you do a screen capture, it will automatically upload the file online, and it will instantly copy the url link into your clipboard. From there, you can give it to your friends, put it on the blog, or wherever that you desire.
Below are some screenshots of the dialog boxes in question:
In the above box, there are settings on how you want the program to run, and how a successful puush can be done.
Here you can select your keyboard bindings and how you want to do it.
It is a pretty simple service. To learn more, see the video tutorial below: