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Instagram retreats from policy changes

Dec 21, 2012
The photo sharing app Instagram is retreating from its new privacy policy after users cried foul. How common are such reversals in the tech world?
Posted In: instagram, netflix, Tech, Facebook, flickr
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I guess geofencing has really arrived. It already has its first security flaw.

Sep 1, 2011
That geofencing feature that Flickr rolled out yesterday could have a big flaw. You can restrict geotagging codes on pics, but if someone downloads...
Posted In: flickr, security
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Today's vocab word: geofencing

Aug 31, 2011
Today Flickr rolls out geofencing, which is a privacy setting that lets you specify a location (your home, maybe), set a perimeter around that...
Posted In: flickr, photography
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Google begins to absorb other products into Google+

Jul 6, 2011
So this is kind of interesting. Google has, for a long time, had all these non-search products kicking around and enjoying varying levels of...
Posted In: all your base are belong to us, blogs, flickr, Google, google +
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Iceland needs help with its constitution

Jun 10, 2011
Remember a couple of years ago when the global economy was collapsing and Iceland, of all places, seemed to be having it worst of all? Well, they...
Posted In: Bjork, Facebook, flickr, Iceland, milk and biscuits, Twitter, YouTube
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You can now take a stroll down Memolane

Mar 9, 2011
It's a new start up based in San Francisco and Denmark. Here's how it works. Users can allow Memolane to troll accounts on Facebook, Twitter,...
Posted In: Entertainment, Facebook, flickr, foursquare, Twitter, Web Culture, YouTube
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Whither Flickr

Jan 31, 2011
The New York Times has a think piece about the possibly bleak future of the Yahoo-Flickr partnership. Traffic on the site is down, which, combined...
Posted In: Facebook, flickr, photography, social media, someone's grandma's got a gun, Web Culture, Yahoo
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How Flickr missed the boat that Instagram caught

Dec 27, 2010
Instagram is one of the hottest new social media platforms out there. It's all about photo sharing, super easy to use your iPhone to take pictures,...
Posted In: flickr, instagram, social media, Web Culture, Yahoo
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Civil War photos - what's going on here?

Dec 7, 2010
Our Wednesday show is about the effort to identify people and locations in new photos released by the Library of Congress. They've put ...
Posted In: flickr, history, photography, Web Culture
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Amazon launches DNS service

Dec 6, 2010
Okay, so this is some geek chow but it's interesting to follow for those interested in where Amazon is going. They've introduced Domain Name...
Posted In: Amazon, business, flickr, search, Web Culture

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