I'll leave that for Robbie to do since he'll need to install it and whatnot, and if he doesn't want to go through the trouble, no sense bugging them.
Piclens is a browser add in for Safari, Firefox, or IE. It will work on either the Mac or Windows OS (I don't know when and if they'll have Linux support).
What makes it so nifty is that you can browse image and video sites (Youtube, Deviantart, Picasa, and others) and see your search results as a 3d "ribbon" that consists of images 3 high. Clicking on image causes it to blow up, displaying the picture or playing the video. When you have scores of pages to click through of search results, Piclens is really nice, since all you have to do is move the slider and you'll go through all the results (the ribbon is as long as the search results from your query, so a search that returns thousands of images can be quite long), not just a page's worth.
Absolutely!! PicLens is one of my favorite plugins and the guys that develop it are really open and nice to talk to and always looking for beta testers.
However... this was discussed here:
Pic Lens photoviewer
Please make sure to do a search on the overall site before posting to make sure the topic hasn't already been brought up.
Just so that we don't get too much redundancy. I'm appending this thread to the existing one.
Hey Robbie, check this out: http://piclens.com/lite/webmasterguide.php
It's instructions on how to enable a website to support Piclens. I did a cursory overview and it looks like we should be able to enable it here, but you would be the expert on that. What do you think?