Become a Celebrity: Put Your Face on Magazine Covers and CNN Create Magazine Covers Online – Put your digital photographs on CNN News or the cover page of most popular magazines including Wired, Time, PlayBoy, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, etc. Want to see yourself on CNN news, BoingBoing or the front cover of all top magazines like TIME, Wired, Cosmopolitan, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, etc. Try these fake magazine cover creation tools: 1. MagMyPic – Just upload your picture and this service will instantly put that on the cover of TIME, Rolling Stone, Fortune, People, Maxim, Vogue and other popular magazines. 2.Condenet.com – This is an excellent service for creating a personalized Wired Magazine Cover – you can pick your own picture, tag lines and even control the placement of various elements using simple drag-n-drop. 3. Supports CNN Breaking News, TIME, Vogue, PlayBoy and other popular magazines. 4. Robert Scoble’s picture from monkeyleader.
My Friend Flickr: A Match Made in Photo Heaven (Library of Congress) If you’re reading this, then chances are you already know about Web 2.0. Even if you don’t know the term itself, you’re one of millions worldwide who are actively creating, sharing or benefiting from user-generated content that characterizes Web 2.0 phenomena. As a communicator, I want to expand the reach of the Library and access to our magnificent collections as far and wide as possible. That’s why it is so exciting to let people know about the launch of a brand-new pilot project the Library of Congress is undertaking with Flickr, the enormously popular photo-sharing site that has been a Web 2.0 innovator. The project is beginning somewhat modestly, but we hope to learn a lot from it. The real magic comes when the power of the Flickr community takes over. We’re also very excited that, as part of this pilot, Flickr has created a new publication model for publicly held photographic collections called ??? And with that, gentlemen (and gentlewomen), start your tagging!
Librar-ify Your iGoogle Start Page Got an iGoogle start page? Want to see a different library pic everytime you load it up? There’s a new Google Gadget that you can add to your page which will let you do just that. It’s the Custom iGoogle Skins by Bonstio which will allow you to not only choose from many of the provided themes to spice up your page, but will let you import a random image from any Flickr group which will change each time you refresh the page. Here’s how it works: Follow the link above or Select “Add Stuff” at the top right of your iGoogle page and search for Custom iGoogle Skins. Flickr Groups: Inspired by Web Worker Daily
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Priceless Images: Getting Started with Flickr They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Some images are priceless, capturing a moment, a person, or an event in time. One of the most important things we can do with our online presence is to take advantage of the graphical nature of the Web and the interactive nature of many Web 2.0 sites to make a big splash with pictures–images of our libraries, our programs, and ourselves. A cost-effective way to do this (and one that yields some benefits for outreach and interaction) is to use Flickr–that Yahoo!-owned, image-sharing community site you may have heard about recently. Using Flickr in Libraries In early August, I spoke at the Northeast Kansas Library System Tech Day. Educate yourself, your staff, your board of trustees, and governing agencies about social sites, like flickr, and the issues surrounding them. It’s inspiring stuff. It might seem overwhelming at first, but worry not–the best thing you can do is take some time and explore. Ten Ways to Use Flickr A Few Words About Money
Find free images online - my list! Images are an important part of the creative side of any teacher’s work. We need to make use of good image sources that are good, free, and easy to search through. The trick is to know what sources to recommend to students. It’s not just about copyright – its about being practical, and showing students the wonderful world of possibilities beyond Google images or taking anything they find that is not actually in the public domain – a vital point as more students and teachers move into online environments of blogs, wikis and more. Including images with postings enriches the experience for the reader and can also help to illustrate or support the writer’s viewpoint. So adapting the Search Engine Journal collection of 10 Places to Find Free Image, here’s a bit of a list of ones I like. FlickrCC – my top favourite – and Australian too. Catch something really amazing – watch the world in action at FlickrVision! Others worth a try: Photo: Are you ready?
Flickr Releases New Geographical Features Yahoo’s popular photo-sharing site Flickr will release on Monday the two new geography-related features we reported on a month ago: Flickr Places and a new world map. While we have not yet had the opportunity to test these new releases, the Places feature appears to be the most substantial of the two. Flickr has chosen 100,000 locations across the globe (such as cities, states, countries, and regions) and created pages to display photos taken at them. So, for example, if you want to check out photos of Moscow, you can visit a Places page for that city and see a collection of photos from there. Flickr already has an interactive map for discovering geo-tagged photos taken at various locations around the world. These two improvements will be available to all Flickr users and in eight languages. We recently reported that Flickr had passed the two billion stored photos mark.
Dumpr Skitch Draw attention Quickly focus on what’s important using annotation and markup. Say it with fewer words Make your point with shapes, arrows and quick sketches. Move projects forward Use Skitch on your desktop, tablet and phone to give feedback and share ideas. Great Flickr tools Looking for Flickr Tools, hacks and services for a powerful photo sharing experience? Flickr is a revolution in photo storage, sharing and organization , making image management an easy, natural and collaborative process. Get comments, notes, and tags on your photos, post to any blog, share and chat live and more! You can start uploading your photos (like jpeg, jpg, gif, png etc.) on Flickr easily via the web or use uploading tools for Mac and Windows to make it easy to upload a batch of hi res photos all at once. If your are a Flickr newbie, read How to get the most out of Flickr. Note: Some of the unlinked tools are possibly discontinued and are retained for archival purposes. Official Flickr Tools Flickr Uploadr -Download an installer (.exe) that allows you to publish a batch of photos into Flickr directly from your computer. Third Party Flickr Tools Do you know of a great Flickr tool which deserves to be in this list?
Keski-Espoon kirjaston Bestsellerhylly on Flickr 275 Flickr Mashups In the past few weeks we’ve seen an influx of new mashups built on the Flickr API, bringing the total number of Flickr-based mashups listed on PW to 275 (click here to see all 275). And it’s not that Flickr is the only photo API out there. Far from it, we have 24 photo APIs in our directory. But a combination of a great service, flexible API and of course rich underlying data make for good mashup material. Here are a few of the newest entries: Flickr Wrappr: Uses the DBpedia API and for each of the 1.95 million DBpedia concepts, the wrappr generates a collection of flickr photos that depict the concept, utilizing multilingual labels and geo-coordinates provided in Wikipedia entries. Europe Photo Helix: A helix designed of Flickr photos of Europe. Flickr Mania: Flickr browser that also lets you geo-tag Flickr photos via a GPS track file. Both comments and pings are currently closed.
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