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  • "Now then, shew me how to hang a fellow up, or put the 'flimp' on him, as you call it."

    Six Years in the Prisons of England

  • FLIMP (www. is one alternative that lets companies create, distribute and track rich media microsites that can support video and flash.

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  • Summary campaign and individual viewer engagement and response data is captured in real-time by individual email address in a reporting dashboard - including the number of flimp views, time watching video, overall engagement time, response actions taken, and forward to a friend activity.


  • The flimp video landing page communications, which include links to printable PDFs, flexible web forms and responsive calls-to-action, are generating 65 percent engagement rates and an average response rate of over 32 percent which is significantly higher than traditional print or static email communications used for benefits enrollment.


  • One can view and compare the result of each stage of the pipeline. flimp leaves the input image file untouched; the pipeline is saved in a text file. Releases

  • About: flimp is a generic graphical frontend to the many excellent command line image manipulation tools available. Releases

  • We received a great response from our initial flimp campaign and plan to use flimp [video landing pages] for our upcoming open enrollment this December, "said Stephanie Fedoroff, School District of Philadelphia Director of Benefits.



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  • (police, slang) to steal from (a person) by the method of one partner hustling or pushing the victim while the other robs him or her

    -Collins English Dict.

    December 28, 2015

  • "To take a man's watch is to flimp him, it can only be done in a crowd, one gets behind him and pushes him in the back, while the other in front is robbing him." --Brandon, 1839. Poverty, Mendicity and Crime.

    December 7, 2012

  • "flimp - Noun. A taxi driver's term for an unbooked customer or fare. Also flimping, the act of picking up such a fare. E.g.'I picked up a great £80 flimp to East Midlands airport, and they tipped me £10 as well.' South Wales/Leicestershire/Midlands use

    Verb. To pick-up an unbooked fare. See noun, above. E.g.'I flimped a couple of gorgeous girls on the High Street.'"


    September 23, 2008