Flickr’s Upside-Down “About” Page Was Actually A Clever Job Ad

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http://techcrunch.com – Some Flickr users noticed the company’s “About” page was upside-down yesterday. Yes, literally upside-down. And yes, we checked, it wasn’t just us. As it turns out, yes, Flickr’s upside-downness was on purpose. Yahoo confirmed to us today that the “mistake” was actually an easter egg meant to celebrate Australia Day (Jan. 26). “We changed our About page for Australia day (hence the upside-down) and replaced the team photos with all things Australia – for example photos of kangaroos,” a company spokesperson noted. But the page had ano (IT news)