Saliya Ekanayake 10:39 PMSugarSync public links are great, but unfortunately they've added an intermediate download page instead of the direct download that used to be there (see more on this at http://www.sugarsync.com/blog/2012/01/10/if-you-love-your-public-links-set-them-free/).
May be it was done with good intentions, but it broke all the image links we had in our Web site. Anyway, it seems there's a way around to get images working back in your Web pages without much hassle.
The solution is just add the following to the end of each image link (I know it's bit work too, but way better than having copy images to a local folder and linking them again manually).
I tried the same trick to put an image to a blog post using a SugarSync public link, but it wasn’t successful. As it seems Blogger’s image retrieving service couldn’t handle the directDownload=true.