Transloading Scanned Pictures and Images
It's also fairly easy to transload pictures and images that have been scanned, and sent to you in e-mail; to do this, though, you'll need to set up an e-mail account. I've had very good luck, personally, using Eudoramail.
Forward the e-mail containing the image file to your Eudoramail addy. When you log into Eudoramail, make sure to use the No Frames option. Click the e-mail to open it up; once you've done so, click the on screen button that says "Download Attachments". Click the image that you want to transload; it should come onscreen by itself, surrounded by black. I wouldn't recommend writing down the URL at this point, unless someone has a gun pointed at you; it'll be one of those novel-length URLs. Instead, go straight to the Transloader, click the teardrop icon, and transload as you would any other image file.
Occasionally, for some reason, Eudoramail doesn't want to play ball. That's rare, in my experience, but if it happens, you might try MailExcite, MailCity, or Net@ddress. If it turns out you need to use any of these services, not to worry; they're all free, and easy to use.
If you're ready, click here to go to Anthony Chu's Star Boulevard Transloader.
Paul Erickson's Transloader Page
Tony Cassista's Transloader Page
n2play's Page on E-Mail Extraction