The Guardian has a blog following the campaign leading up to the British elections. That’s not unexpected, but they’ve added a twist: you know how you can upload photos to your Flickr account by emailing them to a secret address? Well, The Guardian has created a Flickr account called Blairwatchproject and published the “secret email address” for it on the election blog. They say they’ll use the best photos in the blog. I suppose it might work, but it seems rather vulnerable to abuse… (via Eirik)

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