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How to easily display your Instagram photos online

Insta­gram is a weird lit­tle iPhone app. On one hand, it makes it very easy to take and share very cool look­ing images with your iphone, as long as you’re shar­ing them with oth­er Insta­gram users.

On the oth­er hand, it’s kin­da dif­fi­cult to show those images to oth­ers in a sim­ple web inter­face — or link to them in email, a web page, a tweet or a face­book sta­tus update.

Until now.
Instagrid.me is one of the first apps to use the new Insta­gram API to pack­age  your images in a nice, clean and friend­ly dis­play.

Sim­ply hit the web­site, authen­ti­cate your Twit­ter cre­den­tials, and you have gen­er­at­ed the gallery — here’s mine: instagrid.me/bgrier

Sim­ple wins.

Your ‘fridge as an art gallery

sg4.jpgSo you’ve been play­ing around in your dig­i­tal dark­room on your cam­era-equipped iDe­vice or Android or Windows7 Mobile, or Palm Pre, and you’re want­i­ng to get your images out of the dig­i­tal dun­geon and into the Real World™.

What’s a body to do?
Well, soon you’ll be able to trans­form those images or the ones you’re real­ly, REALLY proud of any­way, into the hall­mark of hon­oured hubris, the mighty Fridge Mag­net, cour­tesy of the fine folk at Stick­y­Gram.

Cur­rent­ly the site is in closed beta, but if these few images (and the one on their tum­blr blog are any indi­ca­tion, soon fridges around the world will be adorned with cus­tom print­ed pho­to mag­nets of ‘grammed images.

Now they’re also run­ning an inter­est­ing closed beta — fol­low them, tweet about them, and get your friends to use a cus­tom link, and you’ll be bumped clos­er to the head of the queue of beta invites.

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Cool look­ing con­cept that could, I say could, help you man­age the gener­ic sets of mag­nets we all seem to acquire on our fridges. I’ll be watch­ing for this, as my fridge, needs more ‘fine art’!

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