อิสริยะ ไพรีพ่ายฤทธิ์ / Isriya Paireepairit / mk / markpeak
I am a Thai tech geek and ICT policy researcher. Co-founder of Blognone and SIU.
This is my personal blog for almost everything.
As one of their early users, I posted a lot of photos there. These photos are part of my memory which I don't want to lose (This is a very good example of digital preservation). The bad thing is PicPlz team does not provide data downloading tool and you need to download it one by one.
I have total 396 photos on PicPlz so manually downloading is not possible. However we live in computing era and this can be possible with a few tricks.
There is a good Firefox extension called DownThemAll which helps you automate bulk/mass downloading process. So the first step is installing this extension if you haven't done it yet. Then follow these steps:
Wait until the process finishes and all your photos should be back in your hard drive.
Note: This process only download your photos. Those metadata, dates, places, view counts, comments are not included. You need to save the whole PicPlz web page via browser (and editing path-to-photo in HTML code directly).