The digital camera allows you to share memories with old friends and loved ones -- or it would, if you ever bothered to upload those memories onto your computer. Mitigate your laziness, with Eye-Fi.
Eye-Fi's a 2GB SD memory card that connects to your wireless network to bypass the most intricate and taxing step of high-level photography: finding a cable and plugging in your camera. Go on to their site, configure your network info, and choose the social-networking/photo-hosting/blogging site you want your "Making of Greedo costume, '07" pics moved to. As long as your camera's turned on/in wi-fi range, any photos'll be automatically pushed to your desired destination, whether you or a certain curtainless girl wants them to or not.
Eye-Fi can only auto-transfer to one target at a time, but you can easily switch -- helping you avoid having your friends/loved ones view photos from the day you finally Craig's Listed that mirror, but were still too lazy to wear clothes.