“Photographr”: Unlimited upload size, choice of 3 premium themes at no charge, Lightroom/Aperture integration, a sophisticated tagging system to give credit to original poster, and poster/book printing partnership (i.e. buy this photo); $10/month
“Codr”: Interactive tutorial/walk-through teaches users to code their own themes.
Charge for “theme upgrades” like slideshow photosets, social buttons, expanded font selection, featured post menu, “reblog in black and white”, etc.
“Chatr”: Instant messaging for Tumblr users who have mutually followed each other for at least 2 weeks. (Unauthorized add-on here)
Tumblr fixes the queue, adding a calendar layout option to schedule posts.
“Dash”: Web app that allows you to view your dashboard— plus other curated lists of Tumblrs— and integrate other RSS feeds (competing with Google Reader replacements). Free with ads or $25 for no ads.
“Ephemeralr”: Posts so marked automatically delete after set amount of time.
Allow approved media company tumblrs to notify users who have reblogged posts that have since been updated (to prevent spread of inaccurate news).
In Conversation With Mike Brodie, by Barbara Davidson— Guy born in 1985 takes a few years off to travel around America with a camera, now just wants to be a train engineer. The Youngs still do things that aren’t blogging!