Category Archives: Flickr

Freedom to the people (part 2)

In a previous post I talked about some major changes I would like to see happening to the current web. The most important aspect of that is to provide the user freedom again. I said: More than 2006, when Time … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander van Elsas, Beacon, business model, Data Portability, Facebook, Flickr, freedom, interaction, on-line advertisement, privacy, Real life, social networks, SocialAds, Uncategorized, user centric web, web 2.0, web 3.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The web is just a poor surrogate of real-life interactions

This Saturday my wife and I celebrated our 12,5 years of marriage together with our family and many friends and neighbours. We had a great time living towards the party while remembering lots of things from the the past years. … Continue reading

Posted in distribution of emotions, Facebook, Flickr, interaction, Real life, Record industry, Twitter, Uncategorized, web 2.0, YouTube | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Sending my mobile pictures to the Internet is easy (yeah right!)

I have always considered myself reasonably capable of trying out new technologies. I usually can set up devices without reading the manuals (not cool, right?), have a reasonable intuition to follow the manufacturers weird UI thinking in getting things working. … Continue reading

Posted in Facebook, Flickr, Mobile Internet, Nokia N95, Shozu, UI Design | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments