[Greasemonkey] Lickr: Flickr, without the Flash
korakot at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 00:53:51 EDT 2005
I love your phrase.
"Lickr combines Flickr, Greasemonkey, and Ajax, and is worth triple points
in buzzword bingo."
You also mention that "Lately I've been considering Lickr as an experiment
in web politics." How is the result of your experiment so far?
Hope there are more real cases which demonstrate the conflict of power.
(apart from Mark's hypothetical wars, I really like it, Mark! )
On Apr 10, 2005 8:02 AM, Neil Kandalgaonkar <neilk at brevity.org> wrote:
> Lickr is a user script that modifies the photo hosting site Flickr. It
> replaces the Flash file found on every photo page with an equivalent
> browser-based interface.
> I only mention this here because I bet it's one of the more complex
> Greasemonkey scripts ever. It's really a mini-application.
> It has a pretty slick interface (especially the Notes) and implements a
> simple Flickr API using XMLHttpRequest.
> See <http://brevity.org/code/mozilla/greasemonkey/lickr/lickr.user.js>.
> And <http://brevity.org/code/mozilla/greasemonkey/lickr/> for more info.
> Neil Kandalgaonkar
> neilk at brevity.org | http://brevity.org/
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