Archive for November 20th, 2007

If you didn’t know, AT&T provides you a free professional grade account on flickr (basically you can upload lots of pics) if you have DSL internet with them. All you have to do is to go to www.flickr.com and sign up with your sbcglobal.net email address that you have with them.

Here is the email I got:

Dear AT&T Yahoo! member,

AT&T and Yahoo! have a history of providing our members with award-winning, industry-leading Internet products and services at a great value. For some time now, we’ve supported two photo services: AT&T Yahoo! Photos and Flickr.

But even good things must come to an end. After careful consideration, we’ve decided to close AT&T Yahoo! Photos to focus our efforts on Flickr, the award-winning photo-sharing community that TIME magazine has called “completely addictive.”We will begin closing AT&T Yahoo! Photos in the coming weeks.

But don’t worry — during that time, we’ll move your photos to Flickr, where you will enjoy a Pro account at no cost (valued at $24.95 per year), as long as you keep your AT&T Yahoo! service.

Your AT&T Yahoo! Photos account will continue to be available to you until we begin moving your photos to Flickr. You will receive an email when the move begins, and another one when it is complete.

Are you already a Flickr user? If so, you will now have access to Flickr Pro at no additional charge. Associate your existing Flickr account with your AT&T Yahoo! email address to automatically receive Flickr Pro access.

We look forward to continuing to provide you with industry-leading Internet products. For more details about this change to your service, please visit our frequently asked questions.

AT&T Yahoo! Member Services


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Hello folks – I just wanted to apologize that I have not been updating this blog. I am way too busy (have a full time job, and a family with one toddler at that).

I also now work on a similar internal private blog these day to help out my friends – I may copy and paste some articles here for your convenience.

One note – I am very surprised by how many people actually were affected by the Starlogic monitor issue – that’s the # one article read I think.

Anyways, take care, and have a happy (and safe) holidays folks!

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