Feb 9, 2013
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And that’s the thing: Flickr feels like a permanent home. While sharing is great, it turns out that as we progress in our digital lives, as we take more and more photos and share them more and more places, we eventually want to go back and see them again. (Which explains the popularity of services like TimeHop.) We want to revisit them. We want to relive them.
Mat Honan on Flickr Is Back, Letting Us Go Home Again | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
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