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Keeping up to date

December 30, 2008 by admin

Now we have 30 cameras in the wild, and around another 25 people who have offered to create their own camera bags or have cameras ready to drop, I thought I’d share with you a number of ways you can keep up to date with the project:

1. Developments (The Blog): If you’re reading this, you’re probably already aware of the blog, so make sure to come back regularly to find out what is happening with the cameras. We update the blog most frequently, and it has lovely pictures and whatnot.

2. Flickr Group: if you’re visually orientated, you can keep an eye on our flickr group, which is where we’ll be storing all of the images related to the project. you can also join as a member, which allows you to post related images.

3. Twitter: We’re on Twitter as @foundacam. if you’re on twitter also, follow us, and we’ll tweet every time something happens.

4. Facebook: If you’re a member of Facebook, you can join our group, where we will also be posting updates (although mostly from the blog). You can also take part in any discussions and invite your friends to get involved. We’ll be doing a map app at some point too.

5. RSS: You can also follow our blog via RSS in case you’re an RSS junkie.

If you’ve taken part in the project, we will also send you the occasional email to let you know if we’ve heard about one of your cameras, or just to say hello. Would you like your DMP hit in any other format? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll try and oblige.

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