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Monday, October 23, 2006

Aspiring Kidnapper? Spell with Flickr is for you

D i G I T A L A L C H E Les marques jaunes / The Yellow Ms Y

In the old days, kidnappers had to resort to cutting letters laboriously out of newspapers and magazines to draft ransom letters. Now, Erick Kastner has taken kidnapping into the 21st century with Spell with Flickr. It assembles whatever message you want out of Flickr photos, and you can easily post it anywhere you want with a bit of handy HTML code.

The source code is also available: PHP Source Code, JavaScript Source Code, and RSS Source Code.

Spell with Flickr

(via CyberNet News)


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