Saturday, October 06, 2007

spam? you bet!

I just checked my g-mail inbox, and what did I spy but over 100 spams . . . a record day!

I have to get these pictures up from the race, but lately my pix seem rather muddy. L tells me to send them through Flickr first; what do you think?

9 comments:

blackbird said...

I love flickr but I don't think it will un-muddy your photos...
photoshop.

Ex-Shammickite said...

I don't really like Flickr. I can't specify individuals to send photos to.... only family and frinds, I don't like that.

kmkat said...

Personally I don't like it when bloggers have their photos on Flickr. I know immediately if that is the case b/c when I click on a blog pic to embiggen, the Flickr photos take a looooong time to open, much longer than if they were on the Blogger server. But that's the viewpoint of a blog reader; I don't know about the advantages for the blogger.

Poppy Fields said...

I like Flickr, and almost always use it now, well, except for today, but I don't think it will unmuddy your photos.

Leena said...

I use flickr, but after other software as PhotoStudio or Picasa and then flickr, where I have over 2000 photos, they are almost all private
Bad thing is it, that I have not organized them by tagging at first, now it`s almost impossible.

Have a good week, Beth!

Tony Morris said...

Photoshop is the best package, but it not cheap (well not here anyway). Flickr is fine, but I don't think it enahnces your photos.I've got over teo thousand pictures on flickr (mainly birds and moths).

Suse said...

Flickr is wonderful, and addictive! It's like another great big bloggy community.

lettuce said...

i love flickr too - but don't upload pics to my blog from there.

don't know what diff. that makes!

Claude said...

I use flickr to post my photos on my blog all the time. It doesn't do anything special to them, but it's very convenient.