FlickrNation, Episode 2
Image by Thomas Hawk
FlickrNation, Episode 2,
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1:00: New website home flickrnation.com. You can vote for the podcast on Podcast Alley here. The RSS feed for the show is here. Contact info: email@example.com, Yahoo Messenger: thomashawk22, Skype: thomashawkskype, Phone: 415-992-5350.
2:30: Two new Flickr features: Auto-Magically Rotate and Allow Blogging.
3:45: Yahoo!’s logon process to get "flickerized" according to Stewart Butterfield.
5:45: Flickr mentioned on CNET’s news.com, Tagging Gives Web a Human Meaning.
8:40: Flickr Staff blogs: Sylloge (Stewart Butterfield), www.hchamp.com/ (Heather Champ), www.caterina.net/ (Caterina Fake), www.iamcal.com/ (Cal Henderson), george08.blogspot.com/ (George Oates). The link I mentioned from Cal’s blog on corporate logos and their colors.
16:26: Wrong number call in on Skype during the podcast by a 90 year old woman without a computer or digital camera. (Sorry about the bad sound quality from her, I wasn’t expecting a call in from a wrong number so the mic didn’t pick up so well).
21:00: Shayne Bowman and using Flickr for Product Marketing continued.
23:00: One Google AdSense ad is ok for your blog when linking to and using Flickr as a non commercial personal site.
26:55: Is Less More? Heather Champ asks, should the number of tags on Flickr photos be limited to less than 100?
34:00: New FlickrNation Group on Flickr.
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong cleared most of the main pro-democracy protest site on Thursday as police hauled activists away, marking an end to more than two months of street demonstrations that have blocked key roads in the Chinese-controlled city.