My name is danah boyd and I'm a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and the founder/president of Data & Society. Buzzwords in my world include: privacy, context, youth culture, social media, big data. I use this blog to express random thoughts about whatever I'm thinking.

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Flickr slideshow

Have i told you how much i love Flickr? Well, it’s true. And over and over again, they impress me with new features that are brilliant for both the voyeur and the everyday user.

Today, i finally sat down and looked at slideshows. Slideshows let you take a tag and just slideshow through all images with that tag on it. Stewart loves the sleeping slideshow. I’m partial to the Burning Man slideshow… of course. [If you’re a Burner, add your images to Flickr!]

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4 comments to Flickr slideshow

  • RE: “on dating”

    QUOTE: “What i want is that magical miracle where someone just instantly fits into my life and i fit into their life and everything just works out.”

    But ya missing the point of dating, surly! Other than finding a mate for life, 90% of the fun is in the actual dating – getting to know the person – and all that’s associated with the adrenaline rush of that first kiss, and what finally results therefrom – ya know 😉

    Andre “to fix a golf slice is easy, even though I know nothing about a correct golf slice myself” Chaperon

  • stef

    Danah’s picture taken by Doctorow

    did you know about this picture from Joi Ito’s site? it is very expressive: I wonder to whom it is directed? I guess this flickr thing will make it even easier for photos of one self to float around the internet.

    are we just volunteerily giving away privacy for something else? serious question.

  • stef

    Danah’s picture taken by Doctorow

    did you know about this picture from Joi Ito’s site? it is very expressive: I wonder to whom it is directed? I guess this flickr thing will make it even easier for photos of one self to float around the internet.

    are we just volunteerily giving away privacy for something else? serious question.