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Abstractions For Website APIs
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Paul Mison is going to do a short talk on libraries and abstractions for website APIs. Specifically how he thinks they should be written (and how he thinks they shouldn't be). The talk will mostly focus on Flickr, so an understanding of Flickr's API and the existing abstractions might be of use.

Flickr To Find Powerful Visuals for Your Presentations
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 14 Jul 07

This screencast focuses on how nonprofits can use flickr and creative commons licensing to search for powerful visuals to use in their presentations without violating copyright laws

My screencast focuses on how to use the search by full text and tag features, search by creative commons lic...

A Map? On Flickr?
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 24 Jun 07

You can geotag your photos (in Organizr) to show us where you took them, or you can just browse around the world and see where other people have been and what they saw.

Flickr - How do I add my photos to a map?
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 24 Jun 07

Open Organizr and find the photo(s) you want to place on the map using Findr. Click the Map tab. Then, go to a location where you took your photo(s) by using either the "Find Location" box in the top right of the tab or the pan/zoom tools to browse to the location. When you've found the location, dra...

Move Yahoo! Photos to Flickr
Category: Others > Misc      Posted: 03 Jun 07

Screencast showing how to download Yahoo! Photos

Putting Flickr on Rails
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 30 May 07

Ruby on Rails is not just for playing with your local database, it's for taking on the web. So in 5 minutes, we create a web-based search engine for Flickr using their public API with all the fades and glamour of Ajax