I am unable to upload the images taken with Nokia N 73 to flickr. it's showing an error "Authentication failed check the user name and password". But even after providing the correct username and password it's showing the same msg.
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Check to see whether you are saving them to an unusual location on the CF card. If you are finding the image files from the card but just cannot open them, you may have taken the pictures as "raw" format images. If they are in "raw" format, you may need special software to open them on the computer.
This error message indicates that the game server which you are attempting to connect to is unable to contact the Steam Authentication Servers.
Please observe the following process to determine whether the error is a result of a Steam outage, issues with the game server connecting to the Steam Authentication Servers, or an issue with your internect connection.
Try joining several different game servers - if you are able to connect to a different game server, there is an issue with the game server which reported the Server Verification Failed error
If you are not able to connect to any game servers, check the Steam Status page - if the Steam Players and Game Servers graph shows a very sharp decline in players, there may be a temporary Steam outage
If there does not appear to be an outage, check your connection to the Steam Authentication Servers through the Steam client:
From the main Steam window select File then Settings
Select the Internet tab
At the bottom of the window, confirm that Steam is reporting the Steam has successfully connected to the authentication servers. message
If Steam reports that you are not connected to the authentication servers, please exit and restart Steam and, if you are unable to connect to the Steam Authentication Servers upon logging back in and you have confirmed that there is not an outage, please see the Router and Router Firmware Issues topic to ensure the issue is not related to router firmware which is incompatible with Steam
From Flickr: "Tags are like keywords or labels that you add to a photo to make it
easier to find later. You can tag a photo with phrases like "catherine
yosemite hiking mountain trail." Later if you look for pictures of
Catherine, you can just click that tag and get all photos that have
been tagged that way."
How to do this:
When you upload photos to flickr.com on step 3 you can add tags.
On step 3, create the same tag for each of your photos (exp, "forgickr")
After you finished upload all of you photos go to gickr.com
Enter your tag ("forgickr") and user name and then select all the photos you need for your slide show
This information is saved in the EXIF data saved out with each image, but the only software I know of that can show it is libexif that runs on unix. Oddly enough, when I upload my jpeg images to flickr, it shows up in the exif information shown in "more properties", so it is indeed in there.