Well the there is a solution now, Eye-Fi offers the solution of a wireless SD card. You can upload directly to your PC, Web or Both automatically. It also does Geotagging which will add location tags to your photos.
Unfortunately, they are a bit pricey starting at about $80 for a 2 GB of memory but if you have the cash or need to have top of the line technology then this would be great. Mind you I am a cheap bastard so I have not bought one myself but they seem pretty sweet, and I certainly like the idea.
If I ever came across an extra cash I didn't have to spend on anything else, I would totally buy a couple. One to put in my camera and one to put in my Wii. One downside is that they don't have any Eye-Fi Manager software for Linux.
To quote the Eye-Fi requirements page:
- Eye-Fi Card works with 802.11g, 802.11b and backwards-compatible 802.11n wireless networks
- Eye-Fi software works with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X (10.4 and 10.5)
- Eye-Fi software works with Internet Explorer 6 and 7 (Windows only), Firefox 2.0 (Windows and OS X) and Safari 3 ( OS X 10.4 -10.5)
- Eye-Fi card requires an Internet connection for setup and a wireless router with DHCP enabled for wireless transfers
This isn't a paid review, so if you know of a better wireless SD card, or a cheaper brand we would love to hear about it in the comments! Better yet, if you know of one that is compatible with Linux, we are all ears!