1. Flickr is still pretty wonderful. But it’s lovely in the same way a box of old photos you’ve stashed under the bed is. It’s an archive of nostalgia that you love dearly, on the rare occasion you stumble across it. You pull them out, and hold them up to the light, and remember a time when you were younger, and the Web was a more optimistic place, and it really was almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world.

    And then you close the box.

    And you click over to Facebook, to see what’s new.

    gizmodo, why you no mention tumblr?
  2. The Death of Cool

    COD Magazine is one of my favourite publishers in the online space. They have come to terms with the idea of what publishing photography online in a collaborative environment means, and they do it well.

    You should check it out.

  3. Online Photography?

    The conundrum of online photography; explored.

  4. Is this the next big thing?

    Is this the next big thing?

  5. As an educator this is the shiznit!!

    As an educator this is the shiznit!!

  6. Cargo Collective, offer a free hosting service that allows you to build a portfolio site, while it appears to be yet another ‘crowd sourcing’ idea, the elegance of the templates offered on the free accounts is quite impressive.

    Cargo Collective, offer a free hosting service that allows you to build a portfolio site, while it appears to be yet another ‘crowd sourcing’ idea, the elegance of the templates offered on the free accounts is quite impressive.