Mugshot – A Flickr Client Browser

MugshotI stumbled on to Mugshot last week after reading some news on the related blog.  I’ve been playing with it over the weekend and really like what I’ve seen.  Essentially it puts an Delicious Library-esque interface to your Flickr account.  Now, I love Flickr, and spend probably too much time there, so having a different (more efficient?) way to browse and work with the photos there is awesome. 

You can sort by your own Sets, Contacts’ photos, Groups’ photos.  You can view details about each image.  You can download them right then and there.  You can even import them straight into iPhoto if that’s your thing.  The beauty of Mugshot is that it gives you the ability to see the photos (from whichever stream you choose them) in a continuous page.  No more will you be relegated to 10 photos at a time with a next page click interrupting your visual bliss.

MugshotI stumbled on to Mugshot last week after reading some news on the related blog.  I’ve been playing with it over the weekend and really like what I’ve seen.  Essentially it puts an Delicious Library-esque interface to your Flickr account.  Now, I love Flickr, and spend probably too much time there, so having a different (more efficient?) way to browse and work with the photos there is awesome. 

You can sort by your own Sets, Contacts’ photos, Groups’ photos.  You can view details about each image.  You can download them right then and there.  You can even import them straight into iPhoto if that’s your thing.  The beauty of Mugshot is that it gives you the ability to see the photos (from whichever stream you choose them) in a continuous page.  No more will you be relegated to 10 photos at a time with a next page click interrupting your visual bliss.

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