from woostercollective, a graffiti collective blog from the whole world.
i’m amazed with flickr. cute interface, nice features, the right policy (releasing their API for free to any non-commercial project).
i was getting worried about my picture collection growing impossibly big because of our new camera (it’s easy to get lost if you don’t index it wisely), but flickr is a good tool, both for image input (by web, mail, desktop app and bookmarklet) and output (groups, calendar, blog feature, this nice zeitgeist flash app on your left…).
since brazilians are migrating from orkut to multiply, I’m preaching my fotolog friends to move to flickr.