Max and I had a chance to meet up with a bunch of our Twitter/Flickr friends in Hawaii as well as meeting a bunch of other local geeks. Great time.
It’s hard to believe Flickr has only been around for a few years. It seems like I’ve been using it much, much longer than three years. That’s testament to its lure, success, and the community that has sprung up around both the service and the lifestyle. Flickr is a seamless part of my digital life. […]
Seems like I’m not the only one working on new site developments on a Saturday evening. As I’m re-architecting and working on what I want to add in 2007, it seems Twitter and Flickr are also at work :)
It’s late Saturday night (okay, it’s Sunday morning… I’m in denial) and I’ve been experimenting with various image galleries. Tonight’s new find is the Besuku ajax flickr gallery, a very elegant image gallery by Ben Sekulowicz. The gallery is powered by flickr and the flickrArray (which Ben released in July). Configuration of the gallery couldn’t […]
If you’re interested in gaining further insight into the many facets of Ajax (see my post about Ajax from Feb 05), there’s a wiki with conference notes and perspective from Adaptive Path‘s User Experience Conference held last week in Washington D.C. To understand the primary differentiators of Ajax, see the notes and examples (at the […]
“Flickr, now in public beta, is a real-time media-sharing playspace, where you can share photos with friends and family live and online, and create your own groups.”