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Posts tagged flickr

Wait, so Verizon is going to own Flickr? The Yahoo! weather and sports APIs? Yahoo! Mail (which I hear some like). Oh boy.

Flickr Premium?

Danny Nicolas has been keeping up with my Flickr commentary of late about how Flickr should create a more affordable, less feature-rich account type and he has a few things to add: I feel as if most people currently paying for Flickr Pro don’t take advantage of all the features offered. I might even go […]


My island on this ocean

Me, over four years ago: As it stands I post what I’m currently doing to Twitter, I am testing out Pownce with mobile blogging, events, links, and files, I post mobile phone photos to Flickr (as well as the occasional screenshot), videos go on Viddler, bookmarks end up on Ma.gnolia, tasting notes end up on Cork’d, and my thoughts on Appleproducts find their way […]


The Web 2.0 Expo experience

When I first found out that the entire Viddler team would be going to San Francisco for the Web 2.0 Expo – I wasn’t sure of what to expect from the Expo. Would it be a social (tshirt and jeans) or more a professional (suit and tie) type of conference? And really, it turned out […]


Hobby projects

I always like to have at least one or two hobby projects going. All work and no play makes Colin a dull boy you know. Sometimes I’m ready to start up brand new projects, stuff I haven’t done before or whatever. This time, however, I’m thinking about redoing something I’ve already done.

FlickIt 2.5

I’m considering scratching the entire codebase and starting fresh. This won’t happen for at least a few weeks, but I’m trying to plan ahead. Who knows what will happen.

FlickIt 2.1 is available as a free download, the above screenshot is of an as-yet unreleased version 2.5.