Posts tagged flickr

This is my cam is really nicely done; a profile of each camera you've used on Flickr. Chris has a little write up about how it came to be.

19th August, 2:15 pm

thanks to kastner for pointing me to this thread from 6 years ago. guess what retarded commenters? i was right all along. see also: everything written on large distributed databases since then.

4th November, 4:53 pm

the 2009 grant-pattishall award was announced today - congrats kellan!

1st August, 1:18 pm

flickr for busy people is a wonderful little app. great work aaron

16th May, 4:05 pm

this photo of solar transit by the space shuttle is incredible. lots of great photos in the nasa stream

24th March, 5:03 pm

sometimes we can be bad people

19th November, 2:49 pm

the logo for dating dna looks like the flickr dots are kissing

22nd October, 11:09 am

"Looks good. We have taken a picture of everything"

29th September, 4:25 pm

what does your (font)face say about you?

20th September, 8:29 pm

looking back through more old photos, flickr's doing pretty well these days

8th September, 5:00 pm

this is my favorite new flickr page. lots of gems in there

15th November, 10:12 am

accidentally just read diesel sweeties and there was (fortuitously?) a flickr reference

21st August, 4:05 pm

dave winer on the flickr api: not sure what the format of a "unix timestamp" is. ahahahahaha

24th July, 4:43 pm

joey posted a good breakdown of my trifle model from last week's toronto workshop

18th May, 8:29 pm

want to come work for flickr? ok

30th April, 12:01 pm

a very interesting graph looking at the number of photos of various cities on flickr. i'd love to see an 2006 updated version.

12th April, 9:05 pm

this is my new favourite elina (well, second favourite) [via flickr]

7th November, 11:13 am

somebody's made a flickr theme for adium.

31st October, 10:06 am

germans are awesome/insane

19th October, 9:37 am

rituals gets reviewed in wired, a few months after we stop going there. [via eleanor, messina, et al.]

30th September, 2:34 pm

i'm losing my faith in the sanity of users. note-tastic

11th July, 5:25 pm

heather found these great shirts on flickr.

9th June, 4:57 pm

this guy's lego mechs are amazing. very nice work

28th April, 11:23 am

one of google's datacenters now has this nice mural in it - maybe the new flickr datacenter will have something similar (wall of photos, anyone?) [via mattj]

4th April, 1:27 pm

forget gaming - the psp is mainly a flickr appliance

26th March, 10:56 am

random images from the flickr-stream: fractal architecture. anyone know where this it?

22nd March, 9:48 am

jbum/krazydad is doing some very cool things with flickr - A Thousand and One Sunsets

21st March, 4:48 pm

mr hammond is doing cool things with flickr - his contacts' most popular tags. nice

20th March, 10:29 pm

it's great having esther as in investor - she can take great photos :)

20th March, 2:58 pm

more slashdot traffic headed our way. hopefully it wont make a dent in the mrtg.

20th March, 12:27 pm

awesome

24th February, 9:34 am

"Looking for good things about you is like looking for a needle, in a pile of needles, on Planet Needle." not the best pickup line ever, but easily transferable to other more useulf situations - "looking for bugs in flickr, etc etc".

10th February, 12:53 pm

flickr is one year old today. i suspect there will be a spectacular crash in celebration of this :)

4th February, 4:07 pm

a while ago jimmy o'regan wrote a nice article for linux gazette about using flickr with my perl api module.

4th February, 2:25 pm

am idea from tom, so i shouldn't take any credit - londonbloggers now has flickr photos for each station.

1st February, 3:40 pm

smarter child is kinda cool. there's a flickr group for the interested.

31st January, 9:49 am

these flickr bookmarklets are really awesome.

20th January, 11:41 pm

gah. f was down for 5 hours after a routine database modification revealed massive innodb corruption which had somehow replicated to the slave. after splitting the cluster, our last backup was nine days old and a few million records short. eek. so a painstaking search and destroy for bad records was conducted. stupid mysql.

28th October, 9:36 am

the kottke piece has predictably descended into bitching: "Note that of the 58 mysql databases I've put up, only 5 required munging". woah - i'm overwhelmed by your experience! ;) at least webb gets it right: "Cal Henderson talks like he normally talks, and sparks fury and righteous anger. Highly entertaining."

6th July, 5:33 pm

this is amazing - visualising delicious tags with size and position [demo]. i wonder if the positioning means anything, or if it's just a randomisation to make the zeitgeist look more interesting.

4th July, 12:50 am

i'm starting to get quite into flickr as a product (rather than just an api experiment and a time-sink). the calendar views are fucking awesome.

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