I'm still too tired for a real post -- but I do have some excitement to share: my free MOO minicards came today, and I am delighted with them. Of course, I hardly every go out, and these arrived just too late for my weekend adventures, but I'm sure I'll find some use for them. I've already given one to my next-door neighbor, who loved the peeling tree bark one.
They are tiny, and I think of them as my UNbusiness cards; something to think about if you, too, are not officially employed, or employed in some hobby that these might represent. These are on heavier stock than most business cards, and the photo prints are very good quality. I almost never print out my photos, so it's really fun to have these.
While playing around at flickr, I discovered tabblo, which is nicely integrated -- a few clicks, a little patience (at least if, like me, you have far too many photos) and all your flickr photos are at tabblo, where you can make posters:
There's this cool new Flickr toy: dopiaza's set generator, which allows you to automatically create new sets on flickr based on various criteria such as interestingness, date posted and tags, or even from a random set of photographs.
Great idea. I decided to do it -- to replace my "Your Favorites" set with a "Most Interesting" set.
So I deleted the "Your Favorites" set.
And all the photos in it.
All my best-loved, and no-doubt best, photos.
Anyone who blogged them, including me, now has a This photo is currently unavailable box instead of a photo in their post.
I still have these photos, on my computer -- I hope -- but will not be able to remember all of them. And they won't be at the same URL, so no automatic post fixing.