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To deepaction: the idea in pearltree is that if u share a pearl with other users, u can benefit from their commentaries :- ) In addition to what Pixis says, there are unfortunately still few french museums that share their collections on Flickr. About Flickr and museums, here's an interesting article (in french): by bixintx Feb 23
?? I d'nt want you delete your Flickr pearl. My commentary is an information, a precision on the activity of Flickr. Sorry, deepaction, I write very bad english by pixis Feb 23
I don't understand, what do you want me to do ? Do you want me to delete my Flickr pearl ? by deepaction Feb 23
Flickr is also a virtual warehouse of digital content, contributed by people like you and me, much of it available on Creative Comments ( for use in teaching, learning, and other endeavors of compelling communication. by dwarlick Apr 6
Flickr is an image and video hosting website, web services suite, and online community platform. by adriaanrijkens Apr 14