Wow, today I went to change the flickr search on my eStarling frame and found that the previously awful seeframe.com site has now been totally re-worked. Now, a simple drop-down interface allows you to manage image stream sources, such as Photobucket and Flickr via integrated search. Tags and Playlists are far easier to understand and adjust.
Playlists are cool. Here, you might have your family’s flickr collection for the holidays queued up to start after Thanksgiving. I currently have the RSS feeds from flickr set to show me interesting autumn color landscapes as shown in these screen grabs. It’s so nice to see new photos on the frame each time I walk by!
One thing is definitely missing for Flickr – feeds for sets and groups, so an absolute must for users wanting to pipe Flickr photos into the estarling frame is the Greasemonkey Script that allows you to see feeds for many more combinations, such as tags. While the seeframe search has definitely improved, it’s still nice to be able to customize your feed even more on Flickr.