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I am sixteen years old in this picture. It is her junior prom. I went to 7 proms in two years in high school. This was the best of all of them. She was my first girlfriend. We are still friends to this day.

 

March Monthly Scavenger Hunt - 14. a picture of yourself as a teenager

Work in progress for upcoming 'User Generated Content' exhibition @ Blankspace in Hulme, Manchester. Part of the Flickr Response Project.http://www.flickr.com/groups/1666293@N23/

Here is another shot of me in the sports coat.

I think this is my favorite self portrait.

 

January Monthly Scavenger Hunt - 7. a picture of your own camera

www.sadsalvation.com/weblog/2007_06_10_archive.html#10713...

 

Over the last couple of days I have been caught up in the thread about Flickr censoring their German users by not letting them turn off safe search. There is a long thread about the topic in the Flickr Help Forum. This story has been picked up a little by the media. It has made lots of blogs. It has gotten a lot of attention from Flickr users.

 

I understand that people are upset about their photos being blocked and not being able to see some pictures. I know as a user of Flickr I think the protest is good. I think it is good for people to put the heat on Flickr and Yahoo. In the end we are their customers. That is an asymmetric relationship. The customer's power is our ability make noise and leave Flickr.

 

There is a lot of energy on the Flickr Germany discussion. There are a lot of passionate people. I would love to see these people channel this energy to more serious Censorship issues. I know that some people will say that all censorship is serious. Honestly I think that journalists who are jailed or killed because of their work is more serious than people having photos blocked on flickr. I would love to see that energy transfered from Flickr to larger issues of Censorship.

 

Thomas Hawk said the he was going to put his money where his mouth was for Zooomr and adopt standards that Yahoo would not adopt. I invite Thomas Hawk, every blogger out there who has made a post about this, and every Flickr user who has protested about this to actually put their money where their mouth is. I would like to challenge all these people to donate money to Reporters without Borders or Committee to Protect Journalists. I would suggest that you donate a $1 for every blog post, forum posts, and protest picture you posted and five cents for every time you used the word 'Censorship' in this conversation.

 

I am not letting Flickr off the hook either. I think the company and the staff of Flickr should open up their wallets also. I think Flick should donate at least a dollar for every post on this thread. On this thread Heather said, In fact, we're all getting really uncomfortable that the words "flickr" and "censorship" are being jammed together with increasing frequency because that is _so far_ from the direction we're trying to move in. Putting down some cash to Reporters without Borders is one way to address that.

 

I have already donated $25 dollars to Reporters without Borders. I doubt that anyone will join me. I think that we should be able to raise $4000 for them, but I doubt that I will be able to raise $100 dollars. Tell me if you donate money in this effort.

WooHoo I made it all the way to work

This is a crop of a mirror photo when I left the flash on. I adjusted the contrast some to improve the picture. I love the look in my eyes in this photo

Can you ID the ghost people In this photo?

Work in progress for upcoming 'User Generated Content' exhibition @ Blankspace in Hulme, Manchester. Part of the Flickr Response Project.http://www.flickr.com/groups/1666293@N23/

Just like Chuck D said "Fight the Power"

I am a little sad about no Cameras. I did go in anyway. I spent the $8 for the tour because I am not sure when I will be in Montgomery, Alabama next. It was okay, but I am not sure it was worth the $8. It was cool to see the Cadillac that Hank Williams died in.

I have been thinking about taking pictures like this from the moment I got to the convention.

Flickr Fight Club, First rule of Flickr Fight Club, No photos of Flickr Fight Club

This might be the best mirror pix I have ever taken

I am taking the beat down from the Mandolorians here. The family that Cos play together stay together.

yes I used a cheese ball photoshop filter

I love photos of me on camera displays

Febuary Monthly Scavanger Hunt - 4. puppy love

Here is my five year remote. I have been waiting for this for a long time. I am happy that I have been to find a place for myself at TiVo. It does not look like it will end anytime soon.

 

February Monthly Scavenger Hunt - 1. your passion

Work in progress for upcoming 'User Generated Content' exhibition @ Blankspace in Hulme, Manchester. Part of the Flickr Response Project.http://www.flickr.com/groups/1666293@N23/

I thought the nametags was one of the most interesting parts of the evening. I wish I could have walked around and taken pictures of the nametags

Work in progress for upcoming 'User Generated Content' exhibition @ Blankspace in Hulme, Manchester. Part of the Flickr Response Project.http://www.flickr.com/groups/1666293@N23/

I took a photo here before of me and my ex-girlfriend. I felt there was something correct of taking a photo of myself here alone now.

I looks stoned, but I am just tired

Kathy suggested I post my photo in the sports coat so Dreamgirl could see it.

I love the focus of this photo.

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