It seems that I haven’t (in the time of writing) added a geolocation to one of my favorite photographs, as well as Life-moments.
Truly a “Breathless Balcony.” Taken on the third day of a recent Inka Trail trek at Intipata in Peru.
Meanwhile, back to the subject. If we’re talking about Flickr, Yahoo! comes to mind. The only thing that sucks about mapping on Flickr is the limited coverage and subpar details of Yahoo! Maps (in this case). You get results like these:
Screenstagram displays photos from Instagram. It can show you your friends’ photos or photos from the Instagram popular feed, which contains highly rated photos from across the Instagram community.
As I was trying to kill time, I was researching Quicksilver extendability other than just quick-launching apps. Yes, I know Spotlight does it from the get-go.
My search led to a Lifehacker.com article (as usual, with this kind of things) written a while back about Gina Trapani’s Top 10 Quicksilver Plugins (at the time: November 2007). One of the plugins that intrigued me to check out was the Shelf module/plugin.
For those that don’t know, Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2009 was this past Monday morning at Moscone West, San Francisco. It’s primarily for those developing for Apple’s products (OS X, iPhone apps, etc.) but it’s also for the Apple fans out there as the Keynote usually addresses new product releases, etc.
I was tuned in, listening to Ustream’s live stream of the Keynote.1 Pretty cool as you can multitask versus having to read every new updates on a blog. Though you have to give it up though as the photos on the blog updates are more eye candy.