I recently transferred my photoblogging platform of choice from Facebook to flickr. It’s ironic because Facebook’s schizophrenic privacy changes have actually instilled the desire for me to be more open elsewhere, and share my images with the universe – not just my friends. Like many digital citizens, I think I have developed a sharing compulsion – I can’t stop. It’s rather liberating, not to mention a great way to connect with like-minded individuals. I would like to believe it is helpful too. For instance, I uploaded a relatively mundane picture of my feet in white plimsolls last month, and it is one of my most viewed items. Weird, but obviously interesting or useful to others!

Anyway, I have started a set called ‘Project iPhone photo’, which you can view here. The premise is “Many days, many places, many people, many photos…” i.e. It’s highly likely you’ll end up featured in it one day!

I’ve also started uploading photos from the @socialmelb meetup here.

So, what’s next? Well, videoblogging of course. ;-)