Whether it’s real or not (and I have no reason to doubt it), Stewart Butterfield’s resignation letter to Yahoo is a must-read.
this week features Caterina Fake and Stewart Butterfield and they have published a pretty good article related to Flickr and the whole “Web 2.0” phenomenon: The New Wisdom of the Web.
Flickr and your wine collection. Take a snap of the label and comment on wines that you drink to jog your memory later.
that people promote awareness of Creative Commons licensing options in Flickr. I agree with him in principle – but there’s a problem. As far as I can tell, a US CC license on Canadian-origin content is probably invalid, in particular since there are CC Canada licenses available. Should Flickr (and Six Apart and others) not provide international customers with an equal opportunity to add such a license?
Update: Anil Dash commented that Six Apart has added such support to Movable Type 3.2.
on the FlickrBlog today. A guy went to Tokyo and took a photo of a woman who was herself shooting a photo of a street scene and posted it on Flickr. Someone who knew the woman informed her and she signed up for Flickr and posted the shot SHE was taking, already immortalized by the first guy.