Flickr Webcast Goes Online

Knowing there is great reader interest in the “Flickr project,” I wanted to let everyone know that a webcast from a couple of months ago detailing the evolution and initial successes of the program, featuring our own staff along with George Oates of Flickr, is now online here.

It’s pretty interesting stuff, and I’ve never seen so many people at one time in the Mumford Room of the Library!


  1. meggiecat
    April 5, 2008 at 9:42 pm

    Thanks for the work involved in the Flickr project. The LOC has been my favorite resource since I had my first computer with Windows 3.1…..a long time.
    I would love to see you share some of the great WPA posters on Flickr.

  2. jww
    August 15, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    Yeah thumbs up from me as well, the LOC is a wonderful web resource highlighting all things that make Americans proud.

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