April 2, 2008
Flickr raises a $5,000,000 series A round from Accel Partners and Foundation Capital.
December 1, 2006
Flickr raises a $1,500,000 seed round from Bill Trenchard, Emil Michael, Eric Tilenius, Foundation Capital, Geoff Ralston, Michael Dearing, Suresh Nihalani and Tim Stevens.
April 6, 2021
People used Yahoo Answers to ask weird questions, seek help and make jokes. But the service offered "real human reaction, for better or for worse," one longtime observer said.
Megan Hernbroth and Avery Hartmans
December 3, 2020
Slack started as a video game called "Glitch." Then it became so much more, and Stewart Butterfield has been the person overseeing it all.
November 22, 2020
Screenshots are something most of us create on a regular basis but probably don't give much thought to. They're handy to preserve a visual for reference or evidence, and they're a quick way to share something funny or interesting. But if you're underwhelmed by your device's native screenshot program, you might want to upgrade to one of these great alternatives.
November 17, 2020
Germany-based photographer Marco Verch uses computer scripts to populate the internet with topical images and photographs. People and companies who make mistakes in following the complex licensing terms of his 'free to share and adapt' photographs receive threatening 'legal' demands
November 12, 2020
Leaving Google Photos? What follows is a quick list of some of the top cloud services for photographers to store, show, and even sell their work, including Flickr, 500px, Photobucket, Amazon Photos, and DeviantArt.
Company Operating Status
Number of Employees (Ranges)
500 – 999
February 10, 2004
Total Funding Amount (USD)
Latest Funding Round Date
April 2, 2008
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