Summary: fixing links
< Right now it seems that PhotoGrabbr was the only one to actually download all the images and the metadata belonging to them.
> Right now it seems that [http://www.malarkeysoftware.com/projects_PhotoGrabbr.html PhotoGrabbr] was the only one to actually download all the images and the metadata belonging to them.
< -- AlexSchroeder 2010-12-19 08:59 UTC
> -- [[AlexSchroeder]] 2010-12-19 08:59 UTC
< -- AlexSchroeder 2010-12-20 09:15 UTC
> -- [[AlexSchroeder]] 2010-12-20 09:15 UTC
Adrian Keep me apprised. I am still on Flickr, but fortunately I have most, if not all, of my pictures on my hard drive. I, too, am afraid of submitting completely to our Google overlords. But at this point it seems inevitable…
– Adrian 2010-12-18 23:40 UTC
AlexSchroeder Right now it seems that PhotoGrabbr was the only one to actually download all the images and the metadata belonging to them. The information regarding the sets was lost in the process, however. That’s not good.
– AlexSchroeder 2010-12-19 08:59 UTC
Ehe, that doesn’t sound like a rational decision. Do you really think google will never close any service it provides?
– PierreGaston 2010-12-20 08:43 UTC
AlexSchroeder Hehe, of course not. I dislike services that lock you and your data in. But even if they do not – like Flickr and Google – it takes tools and technology to actually move them around. This lack of tools has been nagging at the back of my mind for a while, now. I just needed an excuse to spend a nerdy day investigating my options.
As far as rational decisions go, it was certainly a very bad decision to spend a Sunday in front of the monitor instead of going out!
– AlexSchroeder 2010-12-20 09:15 UTC