Weekly Review: Get paid for your work

The world's first The middle of the week was all about The Conference in the Flattr house - actually, at The Conference venue itself. The official Flattr iOS app of the event had lots to do during the two days - nearly 200 offline clicks were placed to appreciate the "components" of the pow-wow. You must … Continue reading Weekly Review: Get paid for your work

The first Flattr QR experience by Snild Dolkow

We mentioned the pioneer Flattr QR experiment on the Malmö Festival before, and after the gig, here is the whole story and some advice straight from the artist, Snild Dolkow. The gig was amazing! There were a fair amount of people from the start, but the crowd grew over the hour. I even got to … Continue reading The first Flattr QR experience by Snild Dolkow

Flattr the makers at the Brighton Mini Maker Faire

Most Flattr users are makers and creators of some kind, or people who like makers and creators. We're therefore very proud to support the first flattrable Maker Faire, hosting an impressive line-up of crafters, inventors, hackers and DIY-ers from across the UK! To stimulate your appetite, here are some of the makers and things you … Continue reading Flattr the makers at the Brighton Mini Maker Faire

Flattrable charities: WWF

As part of the flattrable charities series today we're gonna have a closer look at the World Wildlife Fund. What they do "We seek to save a planet, a world of life. Reconciling the needs of human beings and the needs of others that share the Earth, we seek to practice conservation that is humane … Continue reading Flattrable charities: WWF

Weekly Review: Purely about Flattr

There were quite a few things happening around Flattr this week, so I'll give you a nice and short overview to be up to date with us. Quick Response I think Offline Flattr didn't get as much attention as it deserves before, but hopefully this initiative from Snild Dolkow will start something good here. I … Continue reading Weekly Review: Purely about Flattr

Weekly Review: Likes with balls

Right after the Weekly Review was published last week an interesting title appeared in my field of vision: If content is king, why are content creators slaves? I knew at that point that this post will be mentioned in the next review, and look, I even borrowed the title from it! It discusses the state of bloggers … Continue reading Weekly Review: Likes with balls

What’s happened in July: Soaring imagination

Did you know that you can earn money with...a frog? Yes you can; Gustavo got 0,82 Euros for his face-to-face frog picture on Flickr this month. You can also receive appreciation if you talk about movies, create web comics, are a fan of Mac or share how to hike in Finland. These are just a few examples, and … Continue reading What’s happened in July: Soaring imagination