6 May 2006, 23:07 by mark hoekstra

Let's show the world I'm a Flickr Pro!

A couple of days ago I finally upgraded my Flickr-account to Flickr Pro…

So, today I thought, let’s get to work and use some of that upgraded bandwidth… *^_^*

click to go to my Flickr-album

Although I now uploaded most of my archive, I could hardly put a dent in the available bandwidth… geez… ;-)

Anyways, during the uploading (which took a while) I tried to organize most of it immediately, by putting old pics in sets and altering the date uploaded (so they won’t appear as new pics), but I guess I can spend some time in finetuning tags and such…

Oh, and I’m very sorry for the RSS-feed-readers who, in the worst case, got a gazillion new posts from this site in their reader… I thought I had it disabled in FeedBurner, only after a while I saw the error-message that my Flickr-account-name can’t be nothing… Hmmmz… If your reader didn’t fetch this feed during the day, everything should be allright… *^_^*

Anyways… if you like to look at (my) pictures… enjoy!

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  1. William @ 7 May 2006, 02:26 :

    Just added you to my new del.icio.us

    Apparently so have 82 other people… HOW YOUR FACES!!! ;-)

  2. Goran @ 7 May 2006, 23:17 :

    Out of curiosity, by which method did you upload those couple hundred photos? Did you use uploadr.py?

  3. markie @ 8 May 2006, 02:54 :

    Oh, I used the Flickr Uploadr on ahem windows… ;-) I searched for some ways to do this and in the end I decided to tarball my gallery-pics on my server, download that to my media center and upload it with this uploadr to flickr, one album at a time, with the ability to tag all the pics at once…

  4. Tarmas @ 8 May 2006, 18:40 :

    Whay to go, Mark! That was an ingenious method of severily decreasing my productivity at work :P

  5. trousers @ 30 September 2006, 09:42 :

    Hmm, interesting.
    Quick question: Is it me, or are all the comments in this page appearing to have been posted in May 2006?

  6. trousers @ 30 September 2006, 09:44 :

    Never mind – I got confused between the two posts.

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