This explains why the updated PixelPipe iPhone app won’t allow the selection of multiple photos anymore for simultaneous upload. This is a HUGE bummer. I loved that functionality for mobile storychasing.Apparently the PixelPipe iPhone app no longer supports video uploads to Flickr either, just image uploads. It’s very disheartening that Apple’s policies stifle developer creativity and app functionality like this. I am searching for an alternate way to upload video to Flickr. So far no luck for 90 sec videos, I can’t email them because the iPhone GS doesn’t allow it even on WiFi.
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On this day..
- The Story of My Dad's Photo with President Kennedy - 2013
- Digitizing Vintage Photographic Negatives and Prints - 2012
- Artistic Creativity by Bunky Echo-Hawk at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tulsa #atalm12 - 2012
- Why Is Storytelling Important [VIDEO] - 2012
- AT&T ends unlimited iPhone data plans - 2010
- NCLB damages US education by narrowing the curriculum - 2010
- Thanks Project Gutenberg for underwriting our 6th grade summer reading list - 2009
- The Power of a Well-Read Blog and the Adventures of Google Earth Girl - 2008
- New videos to share with educators - 2007
- The future is unwritten - 2007