Not long ago Flickr added two more options for published photos choosing creative commons licenses, both CC0 and a Public Domain. This is a good thing, even if to me it adds more confusion as to which Public Domain license (both are PD licenses with differences perhaps requiring close readings with ...

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The flickr cc attribution helper is among my most proud creations; I can pretty much tell when I read other blogs who is using it. And it all started from the most important place, something to make my blogging practice easier. I'd written earlier about an unintended outcome of moving ...

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An endless theme in the CogDogBlog House, promoting the radical, all so time consuming habit (invisible sarcasm tags here) of giving other people attribution for what they share. Eight years ago I hoped I had coined linktribution. Never caught on. But since I'm on a flickr roll as it seems from the ...

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creative commons licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by StockMonkeys.com Hey! Stand up, code up, hack up! Just because took away a feature, you are not powerless. One of my long running favorite flickr features was the ability to annotate part of an image with notes, like making an interactive ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Gino Carteciano My first flickr photo was posted in late March 2004; my most recent one, last night (February 8, 2014), that's 35,693 photos. I just downloaded almost all of them; a 71 Gb file that took more than ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Stuart`Dootson I remain a big fan of compfight as my favorite tool for finding creative commons licensed photos from flickr. Just tonight I noticed the interface is updated- previously, clicking one of the small icon results launched the photo ...

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powered by Fotopedia Our romance started in March, 2004, although I had been seeing someone else- it was this activity we had in common, then I called it Photoblogging. But then I met... flickr. It was, and in many ways still does, to me reppresent the first and foremost social medua ...

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Here is a new toy to play with- announcing Pechaflickr, the pecha kucha + battle decks + flickr mashup. Type in a tag, click "play", and you will be served up 20 random flickr photos, displayed each for 20 seconds. The idea is to have people practice the art of improv ...

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