I am posting this as a heads up for those of you who embed photos on your blogs using flickr. Today flickr intro'd a new embed using iframes not supported by WordPress.com. Here is their announcement: http://blog.flickr.net/en/2013/12/18/flickr-web-embeds/
Right now the old html code is still available, but you must select it, The new embed is the default, so it is causing some confusion among users who don't realize it. Also in flickr beta, the new embed with iframe is the only option. Whether they will bring back html in beta remains to be seen.
I don't like the new embed because it superimposes a flickr logo and title of one's photo on the face of the embedded image. I already have my own watermarks so this won't work for me.
There is a forum discussion of the new feature on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/help/forum/en-us/72157638808805305/
I am hoping flickr will continue to offer the html option, or else it will become useless to a lot less useful for bloggers. If you are a flickr user and this matters to you, you may want to let them know.
The blog I need help with is amusingthezillion.com.