March 30, 2010

I have some ideas

for what to do with ffff*lckr, but I’m curious - what do you want from it?

March 30, 2010
January 31, 2010

I’m working on a mobile web app version of ffff*lckr

It’s online and kinda works, you can give it a go over at m.fffflckr.com but it’s not ready yet. Not really that high a priority for me, since I don’t actually own an iPhone.

January 31, 2010

A couple minor bug fixes

  • You couldn’t authenticate if you had some special characters in your name, like ‘&’.
  • Fixed the layout.
  • Added a button that lets you direct-link to users.
January 7, 2010

I had to change the name.

Was fffflickr, now ffff*lckr!

January 3, 2010

Known bugs

There’s a display bug tied to Opera. It’s Opera though and it’s a cosmetic bug, I couldn’t care less.

January 2, 2010

Changed how authentication works

Today’s biggest change is the ability to log in to flickr (authenticate) without giving fffflickr write perms. I know this has been an issue with a couple of users.

January 2, 2010

FAQ #4

Q: Who aggregates fffflickr?

A: You do, along with flickr users whose taste you trust.

The idea behind fffflickr is that people who take the pictures you like probably like stuff you’d like. And the people whose stuff they like, probably like good stuff too.

January 2, 2010

FAQ #3

Q: What kind of information does fffflickr store?

A: fffflickr stores no information about you, not your user name, not where you clicked, not the photographs you saw, nothing. There is literally no data store at all. If you came here via google they probably stored more information about that then we did once you got here. We create a cookie to pass information that you’re authorized between pages, but if you don’t log in we won’t even do that.

January 2, 2010

FAQ #2

Q: How do my tastes influence the site?

A: They don’t. Every person’s fffflickr experience is unique because they create it every time they use the site. It’s all à la carte, baby.