TinyPic-Linked Images in Older Posts Get Replaced from Time to Time

I had used TinyPic as the host of many of my images, even after I switched to WordPress from Google BlogSpot. Occasionally, TinyPic replaces one of those images. Note: I’ve been uploading the images directly to WordPress for over a year, so those replacement problems should not occur with the newer graphs and animations.   

Example, the following gif animation in the post The Curious Effect In The Recently Posted Animation Of Global SST Anomalies

The Curious Animation  

…was replaced by a tattooed blonde tearing a piece of clothing. 


I’ve corrected the error. Please advise me when you find others and I’ll be happy to replace them.  I do have the images on file from the older posts.

About Bob Tisdale

Research interest: the long-term aftereffects of El Niño and La Nina events on global sea surface temperature and ocean heat content. Author of the ebook Who Turned on the Heat? and regular contributor at WattsUpWithThat.
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4 Responses to TinyPic-Linked Images in Older Posts Get Replaced from Time to Time

  1. Kristian says:

    Funny you should mention this, Bob. I was just recently startled by the following image

    when expecting to see a DSR map of the Pacific during La Niña conditions from Pavlakis et al. 2008 in your older post called “More Detail On The Multiyear Aftereffects Of ENSO – Part 2 – La Nina Events Recharge The Heat Released By El Nino Events AND…”
    It’s ‘Cell c (La Niña)’ just below the DSR animation.

  2. Bob Tisdale says:

    Kristian: Thanks, I’ve replaced it with the correct image:

  3. Dave Grogan says:

    Bob, is it possible to run the tatooed blond- or any suitable other- alongside your graphs in future? (chuckle).

    love your work

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