Many employees at news organizations have a very easy time blaming out-of-date computers, front-end print publishing systems, and Web content management systems on such faceless, amorphous entities as “Corporate,” or perhaps “The Budget.” Nevertheless, there are plenty of free or not-completely-expensive ways you can modernize your newsroom today. Here are 5. Use Google Documents (or […]
Dave Winer’s Flickr-to-screensaver app. Apparently there are other programs that get this job done, too. FlickrFan public beta
New Places feature on Flickr is lovely. Photos taken in Santa Cruz on Flickr!
Reporting live with Flickr and Twitter with a decent mobile phone. Not difficult, very effective, no need to re-invent the wheel. via Simon D. Heathrow Protest: Correspondent Microblog |Sky News|UK News
Given the recent developments around our house and the logical uptick in uploading to Flickr, I went ahead and took the $24.95/yr plunge. What I get for my money: Unlimited uploading, unlimited image storage, unlimited bundling and feeding of images, and all the old stuff that had been pushed out of my top 200 by […]
The long forum thread at Flickr about why they’re screwing everything up at once. Flickr: Forums: FlickrHelp: Official Old Skool Merge Topic
“What’s Web 2.0?” you ask. “We’re still working on Web 1.0,” you say. Okay, whatever, check out this easy-to-read, plain-language list of useful tools you can find on the Internet these days. If you haven’t used Flickr or Delicious, now’s the time. If you’ve never seen a Google Map, check it out. These are tools […]
How Mainstream Newspapers et al are using Flickr-style sites to gather images & info Flickr, Buzznet expand citizens’ role in visual journalism