Part II, Electric Boogaloo!
This screencast demonstrates how to use Flickr photosharing and the Flock browser to add photos to a WordPress blog (or any blog or web page, really). Flock makes it dead-simple to upload, tag, and post photos. You can probably download the browser, sign up for Flickr and post photos to you blog faster than you can watch this video (about 7 minutes). Let me know what you think or if there are any tough spots.
Download the Screencast (in stunning 480Ã—320 optimized for iPhone!)
There was a time when I was thinking of doing lots of screencasts and trying to build a whole site around it. Mike G of CFPHP and I were talking about something along these lines today - he's the reason why you have an iPod-sized 'cast. If you want to see anything else demonstrated, like if you want to teach your boss how to subscribe to RSS feeds, I would be happy to oblige. I am just sort of doing these as they come up until we come up with some cirricula.
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Hey Ryan, Nice tutorial,
Nice tutorial, thanks for putting it up! I love seeing how everyone uses Flock individually...we all have our own way to do it. :)
I hope you'll sign up for our private beta of Flock 1.0 at http://www.flock.com/privatebeta...I would love to hear your thoughts on it!
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PS: There is actually a way to open the Web Clipboard within the Blog Editor...it's the brown icon on the right. Regardless, you got it all to work. :)