Between Instagram, Facebook, Flickr and Twitter, you probably have a lot of photographs that you’ve uploaded to the web. It becomes a pretty unwieldy task trying to keep track of all your images in so many different places. While there have been a few sites to pop up that aim to merge the experience, making it easy to access all of your online photos in one place, few do it as well as Stipple.
In one inspiring move, Yahoo! has upped the ante by offering a full 1 Terabyte of space to all Flickr users, and by updating the already-dated Flickr interface. To put things into perspective, 1 TB amounts to over 500,000 original, full-resolution, pixel-perfect, brilliant photos, according to Yahoo!. The free TB offer comes neatly packaged in a completely redone user interface which is bigger, neater, and far more appealing than the old photo stream.
Creative Commons images have lots of takers and find a place in everything from presentations to blogging. There are lots of ways to search for Creative Commons images labeled for reuse. Now, with the help of Yahoo Image Search, you can tap into Flickr and its huge databank of Creative Commons images.
Whether you’re a free Flickr user or a pro account holder, you are entitled to receive a gift from Flickr – the gift of a pro account for three months! But, hurry as the promotion ends on January 4th.