Wednesday, October 11, 2006


5. Flickr time. Ive managed to set up my account with them and put up some pictures of lalor library. My flickr address is under lalor library, so maybe you can search for it and see my pics.
To the left i have a pic of some windmills in Mykonos. I went on a contiki tour in 2005 and visited 11 countries in 11 days! and the worst thing it was by bus, so you can imagine how tiring that would be. All worth it though , especially when i look at the beautiful pictures i took.(ill keep adding more since i know how to now :)

6. This was fun! Using yoru own pictures in flickr or any pictures found on the internet, you can make some funky designs to your own pictures. Here's a couple i did of lalor library. I made a trading card, magazine cover and a mosaic of my pictures. I used fd's flickr toys to help me find some interesting mashups.

7. Just before this program started i had a hobby , scrapbooking. Well i must tell you that's sortof on hold for the moment. Lack of motivation, BUT i found a site that combined both scrapbooking and blogging. How cool!

Scrapblog ,I am a member of this webiste and i havn't logged in for a while but when i did today i found out that they have updated their site and now you need to be INVITED to use it. Luckily i still have my previous account and i can see what they have done to improve this site.

The good thing about this blog is that you can edit all your pics and blog about them at the same time. It's great for those who love pictures. I have heaps of pics at home and now with digital cameras i don't need to scan anything i just upload my picture and then transform it to my desire. You can also import your photos from Flickr.

It uses a program(scrapblog builder) that has many designs to create the perfect scrapblog of your pictures. It's free and all you need it to downloand the scrapblog builder(it's a web based application) and have your pics ready.

Here's an example of my amateur scrapblog picture. CLICK HERE



yarradee said...

Great pics, I'm sure Flickr users will pick up on the Greek Islands and view them.
Great work

Infolass said...

Great blog and love the photo. looks like we all have some catching up to do. Like the you way you have numbered all the tasks - what a simple and good idea!

HeyJude said...

A great looking blog, well done!