I just noticed on uploading a really short video to flickr that the buttons at the top provides an embed code for copy pasting code to put in your own web site. It’s probablt been there forever, and everyone else on the planet knows it, but it just fell into my radar today.
Sometimes, it is really fine to be on the dull not bleeding edge.
For what it’s worth, in its full cinematic glory, a magna opus in 36 seconds, Windy Day in Strawberry… and look hard for the trans-character tension overlain by a hero mythic subversion ethos (trying to fake film talk, this is just point and shoot video of things blowing in the wind).
Oh cool, the ending of the video provides a comment link.
Wow, it would be nice to have a non-spam comment.
Sure would be nice.
No, not you “Aunty” Social you creep.
A genuine comment, submitted without provocation.
Comment loneliness setting in.
Where is the connectivity?
Where is everyone?
The post "Flickr Video Does Embed (doh like it was there for 2 years, right?)" was originally cracked open and scrambled from a rotten egg at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2008/10/flickr-video-does-embed/) on October 22, 2008.