One of the things that I am really bad about is sending people photos that I would take of them day to day or while I'm out. They usually end up a hard drive that I rarely go through. This is one of the problems with capturing content in todays age. We take so many photos/videos and aside for the ones that make their way on to Instagram or in a Facebook album the rest just get buried within a hard drive amongst the many many gigs of data we have now accumulated.
I use Adobe Lightroom for image management, but unless you invest a significant amount of time meticulously tagging and organizing your files, its really difficult to dig into an archive and pull out a specific image. This is mostly the reason some images are never opened again and just get lost, including photos I would take of my friends.
For this reason I have put together Wavyyy.com which is basically an (highly) edited version of photos that I take day to day and events that I casually shoot. It's also an answer to a question I most commonly get asked while having a camera in my hand : "Where can I see these photos?"