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Video on Flickr?

Video on Flickr?

Originally uploaded by heather

Yes, that’s right, video is now live on Flickr. How much video? 90 seconds, but hey, it’s a start. Their term is long photos. Me, I’m going to read up on the how and the what and see about putting some video up.
You, get hot, let me see you bring it big on video!

The TruckCam Gives A Shoutout!

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E-Cards – Free Fun Funky

Tired of those ordinary e-cards? Over dancing squirrels? Had enough of those scary and speedy tunes that blow you out of your chair? Then this e-card site is for you.

Carded.Tv brings a whole new angle to sending e-cards. These e-cards just don’t talk; they have your voice.  No more sending a card that has the person’s name just spelled it; they’ll hear it!

Here’s a handful of the unique cards available.


Oh yeah, “You Texted Me!” is for you and your text happy friends.  The NERDS one is for all of those folks on Facebook that keep inviting me to Pirates, Ninjas, and Robot Monkey applications.

You won’t find your grandma’s greetings here.  These are all original with video from the very short and simple to more involved.  The players in these cards are into it.

You can leave your feedback and let the folks there know what you want to see.

Best part? You can contribute your videos for consideration!

Go, check it out, and send hilarious e-cards. Your friends will laugh, and you’ll be a hit.

Flickr Video Beta Coming Soon

Dan Farber, CNET News,  brings us the scoop here. He’s found out that Flickr Video Beta should debut next month.

Will Flickr Video replace Yahoo Video?

“Flickr Video will not replace Yahoo Video, unlike Yahoo Photos, which was folded into Flickr. The audience for Flickr is different, Kakul Srivastava, director of product management at Flickr, told me. She used the term “authenticity” to convey the esprit de corps of the Flickr photo community, which numbers more than 23 million contributors.”

I’m excited about the Flickr Video Beta even if it replaced Yahoo Video and/or competed with YouTube.  If Yahoo can bring the same ease of use and community that Flickr Photo has, then they’ll be on the right track.

Let’s keep our eyes open on this one folks, and if you snag an invite before me, be sure to share.

I’m tojosan on Flickr.


With thanks to Jeff Hibbard, @jeffhibbard.