Just testing…

A quick test of Joe Tan’s Flickr Photo Album plugin for WordPress.

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It makes it very easy to drop photos from your Flickr albums into blog posts. This is jolly convenient, but I have to decide where I want to keep my online photos in general. If I keep them here on my own server, then they’re always under my control. I expect this blog to keep going for many more years, but what happens to the archives if, say, I let my Flickr Pro account expire…

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My understanding is that Flickr don’t delete photos ever. So, if you lapse on your Pro sub, when you then eventually renew, all your photos will be there again.

Likewise, if your sub lapses, photos you have linked to will still appear.

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