Flickr Story

Haven’t posted in a while, and won’t write much this time either. The truth is that I have been too busy lately – working, family, and beta testing Windows Vista. But that’s another story and I might have time to tell yuo that another time I get time and will to blog.

What I wanted to write now, instead, is a link to an article I just read and wanted to share, which is quite interesting as it tells a bit of the story of how Flickr has born. Quite interesting.

Especially, the two things I linked here make you think of the “top-down” vs. “bottom-up” kind of approach.




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