Tim Lauer’s blog contains a post describing a Flickr photoset display script called photoshow. A photo set is a subset of your flickr image collection that you have identified. The following link takes you to a demonstration of this script I have added to an independent web page (the script runs automatically when the page opens and I did not want the script to automatically activate when everyone connects to this blog).I don’t like the way the bottom of each picture seems to be cut off, but the script works well.
Note: Clicking on an image from the set takes the viewer to the full size image and annotation within Flickr.
My demo and Tim Lauer’s demo stopped working this afternoon. Perhaps the Photoshow server was unable to handle the pressure of the interest generated by the new app. We will have to see if they are able to get their system working again (the message that follows was captured from my screen). I guess you should wait to try this until it is known if they can work out the bugs.
Why is this capability useful? It allows someone with a substantial number of Flickr images to identify those he/she would like others to view for a given purpose.