Thing 17: 23 Things for Research: Online Images

23 Nov. Flickr: I remember having created a flickr account in October 2006, and then having uploaded quite a few images. What happened to all of them!? GOK! I had to sign-in with my yahoomail to access flickr. And then uploaded my recent pictures of the Christmas Light Parade by kids on Cornmarket Street (22 November 2013).

Oh, yeah! There they are – the old photos! http://www.flickr.com/photos/65963340@N00/, Now –after uploading these images today- searching my own images of 2006 was no adventure! Memories keep coming alive!

Flickr: I remember having created a flickr account in October 2006, and then having uploaded quite a few images. What happened to all of them!? GOK! I had to sign-in with my yahoomail to access flickr. And then uploaded my recent pictures of the Christmas Light Parade by kids on Cornmarket Street (22 November 2013).

Oh, yeah! There they are – the old photos! http://www.flickr.com/photos/65963340@N00/, Now –after uploading these images today- searching my own images of 2006 was no adventure! Memories keep coming alive!

Instagram with its publicity value does interest me. But there are too many of them. The way some of the American universities use instagram is really interesting: http://nitrogr.am/blog/universities-on-instagram/ Boston College seems to be the favourite! I did explorehttp://instagram.com/amhistorymuseum. But Chad Segersten’s Ten Ideas for Using Instagram in the Classroom (http://www.educationrethink.com/2012/07/ten-ideas-for-using-instagram-in.html) is a useful site to learn how to use instagram gainfully in education.

With the clutter of social media sites, which ones do we try? And how many accounts do we create and remember? With the clutter of social media sites, which ones do we try? And how many online accounts do we create and remember them?

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