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This is an HTML "screenscraper" that takes a flickr image URL that has annotative "notes"
and tries to browbeat it into being a plain ol' HTML image map. (I didn't try very
hard to get the nifty CSS box effect flickr uses to indicate where the notes are; however I do optionally update a caption underneath
I couldn't find a "proper" way of extracting this information through the API,
which means this will break horribly if/when flickr changes how it does HTML.
Options include setting a new width (scaling map coordinates accordingly);
I wanted this because my blog uses a ~400px width column) It dumps the information
three ways: as HTML, in a table, and then the HTML source.