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This is pure awesomeness. Instant.js is an 8.5 kb javascript file (uncompressed, you can shrink it down to around 5 kb) which adds on the fly a "Polaroid Effect" to your pictures (white frame, light curl and a drop shadow). What I like about this is the unobstrusiveness (?) and the fact it does not use Flash. Too bad MSIE is not supported because of its lack of Canvas abilities.

Instant Polaroid Effect

With this script, it takes about 15 seconds to give your whole gallery a cool new look!

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    links for 2007-06-17 at catch the digita... United States »
    pingback on 17/Jun/07 at 11:24 am # :

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    Instant.js. Effetto polaroid sulle tue i... United States »
    pingback on 19/Jun/07 at 10:06 am # :

    […] segnalano sia planethoz (quello del mitico wp themetoolkit) che […]

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    Instant polaroid style on your photos Sweden »
    pingback on 21/Jul/07 at 2:07 pm # :

    […] Check it out at Netzgesta Or at PlanetOzh […]

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    tyler Singapore »
    said, on 31/Oct/07 at 8:22 pm # :

    You can use this online tool to create polaroids too, just a single click. :)

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