PicLens features prominently in this article in The Economist about the growing interest in rethinking how we visualize and interact with information on the web.
Mr Alex puts in his two cents about PicLens over at Gizmos for Geeks. Opening: “PicLens Firefox extension is a photo library revolution”. Closing: “Go download it already.” Check it out.
Scott Gilbertson over at Wired picked up on the ReadWriteWeb article on PicLens and did a write up of his own for Wired’s MonkeyBites blog. (Or is it Wired’s Compiler blog? The title says one thing, but the URL disagrees) Scott writes: Piclens is a fun and addictive way to browse Flickr and other image sites. [...]
ReadWriteWeb, one of the top 20 blogs in the world according to Technorati, has written up a nice review of PicLens. Thanks Josh!
Nick Cody sums up his PicLens experience as “Say goodbye to life as you knew it…” on his Primordial Ooze blog. Thanks, Nick! Say, he’s got a lot of videos embedded in the Primordial Ooze. I wonder what we could do with that…?
Rafe Needleman raves about the latest release of PicLens in The Daily Download blog on CNET’s Download.com. Thanks Rafe!