Earlier today, I wrote a blog post about today’s new changes at Flickr which included a free, ad-supported terabyte of storage for all Flickr users. In my article I referenced that Flickr Pro account users would be given an opportunity to stay Pro going forward. I reported this because this, in fact, was my...Read more →
As a Flickr Pro user it’s the last paragraph that I’ve quoted that’s got me on edge… Starting , Flickr is offering Free and Ad-Free accounts. The ad-free account is now $50 per year (double the old Pro price), and the only benefit it offers is the ad-free experience. All other benefits of paying...Read more →
Looks like I’ve got to find some time to learn how Flickr works again…
This morning, The New Yorker launched Strongbox, an online place where people can send documents and messages to the magazine, and we, in turn, can offer them a reasonable amount of anonymity. It was put together by Aaron Swartz, who died in January, and Kevin Poulsen. Kevin explains some of the background in his own post, including Swartz’s role...Read more →
Download from Mozilla or just head to About Firefox in your current copy.Read more →
Google SMS Search was shut down sometime in the past few days. No there wasn’t any warning, but then again you probable hadn’t noticed anyway.
Wondering what the chances are that a particular Kickstarter project will be funded? Check out that and much more @ Kicktraq.com.
Just head on over to DownVids.net and paste in the URL of the video. You may need to edit the pasted URL to match the template provided and don’t forget to check the Download HD Quality box before clicking Download.Read more →
So I’ve set up my RaspberryPi to actually do something other than sit there: I’ve turned it into an eBook server using Calibre. I’ll admit it’s similar to the Library Box in concept but works a bit differently from the user’s perspective. (Mainly, the user needs to be on the same network as this...Read more →