It was decided that Flickr support really doesn’t belong in WP core, that it belongs in a plugin, and that said plugin will probably be used on WordPress.com. You may see a brief interruption of Flickr support here, including the removal of the Flickr Username field from the Profile page. Worry not!
As you can see here we are building support for Flickr directly into WordPress. When it becomes available on WordPress.com, the feature is activated by entering your Flickr username in your profile. Then you can browse your entire photostream or use your tags to find what you want. Continue reading WordPress Likes Flickr
If you have a WordPress.com blog, you’ve already seen the new Image Uploading tool on the Write page. It’s still pretty rough, but we’re working on it every day. For your enjoyment, I have two new screenshots for you:
(The guy in the gator (neckwarmer) is modeling the products of my Mom’s awesome project.)
I couldn’t stand to let you be so tormented by my evil teasing, so I stripped down the header image admin panel to create a little app you can use to generate your own Kubrick headers, complete with color pickers. Go get yours!
WordPress.com now sports the sexy new Kubrick header image generator. 🙂
Other than to say that you never leave the post editing panel and you can drag and drop images into your post, I’m just going to let the title and the screenshot do the teasing. 😀