Shutterfly, the photo-sharing website for those who want to share their vacation photos on a T-shirt, is launching a feature today called Share Sites . Now users can display their photos in a gallery that looks like the rest of the Web. But they still cannot do what rivals have allowed for some time — to actually get their photos on a MySpace profile. Why not?CEO Jeff Housenbold told Bits "There has not been a tremendous amount of demand for that from our customers ." It's kind of sweet, actually. There are still people out there who think the whole Internet doesn't need to see what a better life they lead in pictures. Also, there are 8 million-plus subscribers to AOL dial-up.