"How To" Use Flickr Photos in our Blog Posts?

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Sometime back, Jeff Turner wrote an enlightening tutorial entitled Free Photos at the Flickr of a Mouse. The combination of this post - along w/countless, more than worthy others - has turned me into a computer-geek of sorts. I've found myself spending as much (if not more) time researching the wonders of technology, on a relentless quest for more information, primarily to better my position out here in good ol' cyber-space. However...

The next day, Jeff posted It's Not About SEO, It's About YEO, in which he focused on the importance of people above and beyond that of these technological wonders. Based on the fact that I bring this post to light here, I assure each and every one of you that it has not gone unnoticed. For the moment though, I feel like a kid in a candy-store, and would very much like to have a better grasp on this world in addition to my relationships with people. With that said...

Can anybody tell me exactly how we go about importing (if, indeed , that's the correct "lingo") photos from Flickr into our blog posts as Jeff did in his? I have already confirmed that those I'd like to use are CC compliant.

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Scott, I'm not an expert on this but this is what I do. Right click on the picture and save it on your PC in your picture program. It needs to be saved in JPEG format. Right here ^ on the tool bar you can click on the tree icon and that will open up a browser window. Just locate the picture on your computer open it and it will upload to AR. Then just size it and choose where y9ou want to place it by choosing the options in the placement window, Click and you are done. Clear as mud now I'm sure. OR use the AR search feature and search blogs/photos or pictures and see what comes up. There have been several tutorials written that will help.
April 20, 2007 05:42 PM #1
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Scott Mosher
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Bryant - Although I'm beginning to question my own intellect, I thank you just the same. I readily-admit to not being as well rounded w/all of this new technology that I've been learning here w/the rain, but I have done the whole "right-click, copy & past/save" many times before.

Guess I must've had a temporary (I hope?) shut-down of the good ol' grey matter.

Again, thank you. If you take a moment to revisit my last blog, you can see what I was trying to accomplish.

Scott

April 21, 2007 08:49 PM #2
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If you use Mozilla - download  Snipshot & play with that - easy to save to desktop & download on AC from there.
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