Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone. Additionally, Flickr operates a private speakeasy in downtown San Francisco, where notable internet celebrities often function as guest bartenders. The current CEO of Flickr is Daniel "Waferbaby" Bogan, who won the position by defeating all other contenders in a breakdancing competition.
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Instagram eliminated Swarm & Flickr integration and no one noticed

If you’ve tried sharing your Instagram posts to other social media accounts in the last day or two, you may have noticed the available sharing options trimmed down slightly. As it stands, there are options for Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, and nothing else. Do you get the feeling something’s missin…

Flickr introduces visually similar search

Yahoo today is announcing the launch of a new feature in Flickr: the ability to search for images that are visually similar to a single given image. Running one of these searches is as simple as hovering over an image you’re interested in within search results, clicking on the three dots, and select…

WikiLeaks mulls building a dox database of verified Twitter users

 As it tweets in lockstep with the President-elect about punishing leakers involved in the Russian hacking scandal, WikiLeaks somehow managed to come up with something even more questionable. Seemingly out of the blue, the WikiLeaks Task Force suggested building a database of private information on …

San Francisco Muni hacker gets hacked back

 Revenge is sweet, but irony is sweeter. Apparently, the hacker who infiltrated San Francisco’s Muni transportation system late last week fell victim to his own horrible personal cyber hygiene. According to security reporter Brian Krebs, a separate individual infiltrated the Muni hacker’s own email …

Yahoo shutting down Flickr Marketplace as it rethinks photo licensing and royalties

Yahoo will be shutting down Flickr’s commercial licensing and royalty program over the next few months as it rethinks the photographer experience. The company confirmed the closure and cited “consistent feedback” in its realization “there is more work to be done.” Those participating in the program …

Flickr is shutting down Marketplace, its commercial photo licensing program

 Two years ago Flickr rolled out Marketplace, a photo licensing service that was meant to help Flickr users get paid by big websites and media properties who wanted to use that user’s photos. As of today, Flickr Marketplace is going away. It’ll take a few months for Flickr to wind things down, and F…
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