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Wed, 08 Feb 2006:

Today, I decided to license a bunch of my New Zealand pictures to creative commons. The reason I had postponed it for so long was because the flickr UI needs to traverse two pages to actually mark a photo with a license. Since this sucked totally, I sat down and wrote a small greasemonkey hack to set the licenses as well from the batch edit page. This meant that I just had a single click to edit a pic which was pretty OK. You can get the script from here. Greasemonkey is indeed a powerful tool in the hands of people who really want something done - except that they don't have access to deployed web code.

These are the photos I have licensed as creative commons. It might be a good idea to turn on javascript (or hit the original) for full effect.

flickr pics
Southport near Brisbane Sea currents Random shadow effects A Sea Fog As we come around to town Sunset in Dunedin Harbour with a setting sun Exiting farmlands around the beach Beach head Going up another hillock Beach meets bushes Windward side Wind swept mountain tops Sheeeep The pacific inlets Bay from above Shore road Towards the pacific dropoff The crater Across the harbour Sun shows up A Dupatta on the mountains The Runway to Heaven Farmland in contrast A Glacier was Here Wellington Too many sheep in NZ Flying into the Sunrise
Your picture of the world often changes just before you get it into focus.

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