Flickr Toys

John Musser, September 5th, 2007

If you keep an eye on the Most Popular New Mashups section of ProgrammableWeb you get a reasonably good sense of which mashups folks think are most interesting. One that quickly rose to the top of the list recently is a Big Huge Labs. Home of “fd’s Flickr Toys”, it’s a great mix of over two dozen toys, games and utilities for your photos.

fd’s John Watson has been creatively using the Flickr API since its early days. Hard to beat for innovative use of any photo API.

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September 10th, 2007
at 3:41 pm
Comment by: Screen Snooze » Blog Archive » Making Flickr more fun with toys

[...] [Found on Programmable Web] [...]

September 11th, 2007
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Comment by: Big Huge Blog » Blog Archive » Spaß mit Fotos (Fun with Photos)

[...] out to CNet’s Webware and Josh Lowensohn for mentioning the site Monday. Also, much thanks to Programmable Web and Weddingbee (I’m happy to be of service) for their recent [...]

September 12th, 2007
at 12:56 am
Comment by: Making Flickr more fun with toys « iBrian

[...] [Found on Programmable Web] [...]

October 1st, 2007
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Comment by: links for 2007-10-01

[...] Flickr Toys If you keep an eye on the Most Popular New Mashups section of ProgrammableWeb you get a reasonably good sense of which mashups folks think are most interesting. One that quickly rose to the top of the list recently is a Big Huge Labs. Home of “fd’s Fl (tags: api flickr photos) [...]

March 12th, 2008
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Comment by: 36 Photo APIs

[...] One of the best known and most popular is Big Huge Labs, home of “fd’s Flickr Toys”. As we reported last year, it’s a great mix of over two dozen toys, games and utilities for your [...]

September 4th, 2008
at 1:08 am
Comment by: Big Huge Thesaurus API: Access 145,000 Words and Phrases

[...] This API comes from the John Watson, creator of the highly popular fd’s Flickr Toys set of Flickr apps we profiled last year. [...]

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