JPG was a breakthrough, breakout magazine, and it will be used as a guide and a template for other future initiatives as we go forward into the uncharted territory of this ‘new age’ of photography.
Links to active discussions on and about JPG magazine below the fold.
JPG mag has come out of the photographic revolution that is happening here and now, where people are discovering photography though the availability of relatively inexpensive digital SLRs and point and shoots.
“We’re experiencing a bit of turbulence from the side-effects of structural limitations inherent in centralized closed source system development model – beyond a point nobody on the outside really knows what is going on inside.” El Zorro
Now by and large although i’ve never met them personally i believe that the techies working on flickr cal et al are brilliant and wonderful people – particularly the ones who openly give back what they’re learning to the community (ie Link && … Read the rest
Who is this enigmatic man who seems to be everywhere all at once ? Since one of the main topics of my rather eclectic blog is Flickr, I think there is a good place to start. Link Pictured above is one of his breathtaking photographs of the Manhattan Bridge from his Flickr account, used slightly outside the scope … Read the rest
Negotiating inbound and reciprocal links to websites, blogs, social networking groups.
A place to meet and fink others who want to have more links to their sites for the benefit of traffic, search engine optimizing, social networking and bringing awareness of the big wide world web to your door.
The benefit of reciprocal and especially inbound links is important. It is 50% of the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) equation.
First of all, I want to thank you for the wonderful time i have had at flickr the last couple of months. It is an incredible initiative and i can not express the respect I have for you that you have been able to make Flickr such a beautiful place on the web. It is a beautiful gift (iâ€™m not a paying member, yet)
However. Freedom, Freedom of mind, speech and any other form of freedom you can … Read the rest
The stakes are really not high enough for people really involved with any Flickr community to drop out of Flickr.
It has become like NYC. Sure New York 9 million people, but if you live and work in NYC for any length of time you only really are hanging out with a small subgroup of people that is connected to other small groups.
Over the last couple of years, as Flickr has been toted as one of the key examples … Read the rest
Some of mu recent blogs and friends across the Web. I have been creating WordPress Blogs with my fiends Mickey and JC. I suppose SEO boils down to a certain amount of shameless self promotion, but that is marketing for ya !
A response written on Gail Orenstien’s Flickr Blog:
Awesome data, Gail. d_nurv sent me a link to this page and the resulting discussion is also eye opening. I appreciate and understand the issue here.
There are many factors involved, some relative to the ‘walled garden’ approach to internet access, and others to create G rated ‘walled gardens’ Disney’s new website was lambasted by critics uopn it’s recent launch as being too restrictive www.techdirt.com/articles/20070102/113639.shtml
and yet those restrictions designed to make … Read the rest