Former blogger for Second Life virtual world. ~ Had my account revoked after I was told my blogging was "advertising", even though 100's of other users do the exact same thing. Years of work down the tubes. Will never use it again. ~ Note: They are doing this to push for "PRO" memberships, because the company is hurting for money.
Flickr is a great site. I've been sharing photos there since 2004. It's a great community. You should check it out! - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
This is what I do before I purchase ANY gear - go to flickr.com, find a group of amazing wildlife photos and take a look at their exif data. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
It's an attempt to knock Alexander Koester famous duck paintings. But it doesn't have the vibrancy, the play of light and shade and movement that Koester's works have. He's famous for his duck paintings, along with others but it was him I thought of when I saw this. The link is to a Koester painting series on flickr.com I'm just demonstrating at how poor a knock off like this compared to a master like... - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
I am going to start adding back my custom filters. I have one that removes facebook stories bar from the top, one that removes some annoyances from youtube.com, and another that removes a pop up from flickr.com. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
Go to flickr.com create an acct so you are seen as over 18.. And search fantasy fest. There are MANY 1000s of photos of nudity, genitals and even straight up sex acts. To be clear, the street activity is costumes and nudity. The X rated stuff seems to be limited to indoor venues. All of the photos the people are proud to have their pics taken. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
Now answering your title: https://flickr.com is the only one I know that displays exif data on photos, if the uploader has allowed that. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
People like to forget that having 37 windows open with netscape was possible, but it would regularly crash and take all 37 windows with it. Also, all 37 tabs were likely displaying pages that looked like HN or lite.cnn.com Software isn't really that bloated, it's the content. In the 90s if you had a video on a website it was things like 320x240 at 15fps. If you had a jpeg it was probably 640x480, and there might... - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
Flickr.com is free. just one example. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
Back in time around 2005, "Web 2.0" was a buzz about interactive websites like FlickR and YouTube not only for their social interactions, but also for using AJAX to update parts of a website without reloading the whole page. - Source: dev.to / about 1 year ago
Try to search it on google and see which sites let u use them. But be careful, for most sites u should link to them. Or u could try flickr.com, and ask permission for uploaders (I did that with some pics). - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
Do you know an article comparing Flickr to other products?
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