I cannot get over how much I love Lifehacker. Thanks to Dave for first exposing me to this amazing Tech/Life blog. It's crazy how many times I've thought of a problem I had and then found a solution (see: opensource/freeware app) on Lifehacker. And today is no exception.
I'm relatively new to Flickr and I'm currently loving it. One problem I had with it however was the randomness of the URL for my photoset ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/23641570@N05/ ). All other online services I use have a nice and friendly http://USERNAME.site.com or http://site.com/USERNAME formatting. Thanks to a Godly Flickr Advanced User Guide posted over two years ago I found this amazing little tip that directly links you to setting up your own personal and easier to remember URL for your photoset. Now I can simply go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/jonathansmith68/ instead of memorizing http://www.flickr.com/photos/23641570@N05/ (hah like that was ever going to happen!).
What's really nice about this solution, is that the old link ( .../23641570@N05/ ) still works and is not a dead link! So if you have this bookmarked or hard coded into a document (such as flickr.jonathansmith68.com!) it will still take you where you want to go. Whether or not this will remain this way I'm curious to see and only time will tell.