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Photophlow enlivens the Flickr experience with photo-sharing chat rooms--and shows what the Yahoo photo-sharing could be. Next up: A new face on Facebook.
Google, Flickroom, and others show just how much Yahoo's photo-sharing site needs an overhaul. Good thing Flickr is working on upgrades.
Google plans to begin testing a service Wednesday that lets people see what they're friends are doing on YouTube, as they do it.
Yahoo's got a lot of potential. Even though you told us all to shut up while you decide your priorities, here's some advice anyway.
Put a pretty coat of paint on Flickr with DestroyFlickr, a gorgeous AIR app that enables users to view photos on a virtual canvas.
Photophlow was for sharing and chatting about Flickr photos. Now there's Videophlow, which presents a similarly elaborate interface for YouTube videos.
Photobucket let a few commercial partners build services using the photo-sharing site's interface. Now, as with competitor Flickr, all comers will get access.
Microsoft may mess things up for Flickr, but Yahoo hasn't been so great, either.
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