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DHH
The best part of Flickr's new paid model is that going pro means that your FOLLOWERS get to avoid being showered with ads. That's probably what felt most dirty about feeding Instagram. You're giving Facebook the bait to hook others with. Ugh.
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DZ 21 Nov 18
Replying to @dhh @exposure
Have you ever played with ? Great for photo stories and galleries. Less generic upload service. Can also allow followers to get email notifications.
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DHH 21 Nov 18
Replying to @DanielZarick @exposure
Looks great! Rarely have big stories to tell, but would def check this out if I did.
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Waleed 📷 وليد 16 Nov 18
Replying to @dhh @CivilLizard
Here, spread mine too 😊
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Don MacAskill 16 Nov 18
Serious question, very curious: I'd love to know more about why $50/year (note: a YEAR, not a month) was too much for someone with 50,000 photos. What were we missing? Where will you go that offers you what you'd like? What are you looking for in a service like ours?
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Mike O'Connor 16 Nov 18
Replying to @dhh
Taking a good look at both SmugMug and Flickr. I'm happy to pay for quality software... and it might be the last thing I need to convince me to nuke Facebook.
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#PHSalt 16 Nov 18
Replying to @dhh @Flickr
really?! There is a good part about dishonest PR message to users? They should come clean and say we can’t sustain this model, we have to change it ... instead they are essentially forcing every existing user to go pro under the false pretense that it’s for the greater good
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Jillian Kern 16 Nov 18
Replying to @PHSalt @dhh @Flickr
I'm open to all that, but the total destruction of Explore by prioritizing Pro really lost me. Explore was SO GOOD bc it didn't require followers or money to hit it. I started using Flickr as a 16 year old because of that potential. 16 yr old me couldn't have afforded Pro.
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Don MacAskill 16 Nov 18
Replying to @dhh
Thanks! ❤️
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Roger Theriault 16 Nov 18
Replying to @dhh @Flickr
I read the new agreement which includes arbitration and a bunch more one-sidedness and decided I don’t care how much $ that is just unacceptable. Seems to be no way to give feedback either. Bye Flickr you were so great for a while.
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