My Flickr DNA, that is.
A while ago, I don't remember when, I added Flickr DNA, from fd's Flickr Toys, to my Flickr profile. It's a pretty cool app that I should check on more often, because the information it shows about me and my Flickr changes over time.
There's some basic info about me. Most recent photos. My favorites, sets, contacts, and groups I'm in.
But there's also some really fun things in my DNA, too. Like my "most interesting photos".
Flickr uses a secret algorithm to categorize photos with the most "interestingness". I have no clue how it works, but for some reason, pictures from Second Life, and John with our ferret Twitch on his head always end up at the top of my interestingness list. Go figure.
Another cool thing about my Flickr DNA is at the very bottom, where i can "ego surf".
Following links to Technorati or Google Blog Search, I can find out who has used pictures from my Flickr. It's very humbling to find out that all sorts of people, all over the world, are looking at pictures I have taken. And that they think the pictures are worth using on their own blogs!
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3/30/2008 10:21:00 PM | Author: Christa