Flickr Gallery 0.4: Plugin for WordPress. This one should be really cool. From what I can tell from the plugin, you post to Flickr and the plugin will get the photographs from Flickr, cache them locally and then post them on your blog. REST is used to make the API calls to Flickr to get the information. The coolest part of this plugin is that it incorporates the â€œNotesâ€ of Flickr. This code can be used outside of WordPress as well since it really does not use any of the WordPress code.
Leave it to MIT students to take pong and turn it into Fishpong, some new project designed to encourage
â€œhuman-to-human interaction in informal social environmentsâ€. Because, you know, informal social environments
need tabletop rehashes of 70s videogames in order to get us meatbags to interact. Oh, wait – thereâ€™s more.
A new (to me) and useful resource: Ask Dave Taylor! He’s written books about everything from HTML to Unix on OS X, so he’s got plenty of info in his head, and he’s willing to share. You can read any of the many questions he’s already answered, or just ask him one yourself.
“If you explore beneath shyness or party chit-chat, you can sometimes turn a dull exchange into an intriguing one. I’ve found this to be particularly true in the case of professors or intellectuals, who are full of fascinating information, but need encouragement before they’ll divulge it.”