>You don't need to create an account to upload images there. Just go to their homepage and press the upload button. Couldn't be simpler.
Okay, so I did much earlier today test out an Imgur album creation at http://imgur.com/a/Chn1b, which went better than I expected it to.
>(Since I have a feeling the image grid on their frontpage might concern you: no, your images won't appear there unless you "submit" them the image after uploading it.)
Well observed, although when I look at single-images such as http://imgur.com/CkvNtCW, I'm also slightly bothered by, no, wait, really bothered by a list on the upper right that lists the "most viral images", so if I am to use Imgur, that'd be only with albums, with which I would probably need a profile to add more pictures to an existing album.
In short, this has become the kind of discussion situation I'm known for in my household. They come up with ideas for things to do, and I continually find flaws with those things pretty much non-stop. This kind of debates usually tires or annoys my household after a while, heh...
>I have to admit that I didn't notice the report until now.
Ah, well. In the end, it seemed to go pretty successfully, as the image in that post still carries the /int/ tag after all.