Via Nikita Smits who sez:
Odd purple skies over Dublin tonight. #nofilter #fairytalecountry
deceptively genuinely mundane things people did TODAY culled from the #Oneday Twitter feed.
The brainchild of Newstalk’s Jessica Kelly.
“The majority of people use Instagram to show off; it tends to be “oh look, I’m having a cocktail in New York at 4pm on a Wednesday”. I was literally sitting in work last Wednesday swearing under my breath at how perfect the lives of everyone on Instagram seem to be. That’s not real life. #OneDay I want to see someone put a filter on an image of a coffee stain down the front of their shirt or trying to put their make up on whilst on the Luas. In the dark.”
Damn post-modern non-hipsters.
Propagandist Instagram video morsels from de cabinet about their contributions to Budget 2014.
Once soundbitten twice shy.
Over Dublin this afternoon.
Thanks Nikki O’Carroll (just landed)
So Instagram has updated its Terms of Service so your photos can be used in advertising without permission.
So how do you get your food diary photos off Instagram?
Openphoto is actually taking aim at Flickr and Facebook as well as Instagram and allows you to import your photos from all those services.
You can host the photos on Openphoto’s service or if you’re more technically minded/not lazy set it up yourself on a server of your own.
Instaport will let you download to your local drive or into another service like Flickr. It’s a little under pressure at the moment so you might need to try it again later in the week.
If you know of another service that can grab the photos please leave a link in the comments
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