PicLens: New Firefox plug-in for image browsing

Pretty impressed by a Firefox plugin by the folks at CoolIris. Rather than type out why this is cool and why it grabbed my attention today, I recorded a short 3 minute video to show you instead:

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  1. JeremyS on March 14, 2008 at 12:08 am

    Rock on, that is fantastic. A colleague just showed me this today, but I forgot to task the name. Nice little video.



  2. Meg & The Cooliris Team on March 24, 2008 at 7:09 pm

    Hey there!

    Thanks for blogging on PicLens — we’re glad to hear you decided to try it!

    It’s hard to really capture the awesomeness of PicLens in words (after all…ONE picture is worth a thousand, and we have a whole wall of them!), so thanks for making this video! It rocks. Here are links to two other video demos to give your readers an idea of what all the PicLens excitement is about. The first is by our team and the other by a PicLens fan.

    http://www.piclens.com/demo

    Thanks, again.
    Meg & The Cooliris Team



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