link post response

General: blog_name The short name used to uniquely identify a blog id The post's unique ID post_url The location of the post type The type of post See the type request parameter timestamp The time of the post, in seconds since the epoch date The GMT date and time of the post, as a string format The post format: html or markdown reblog_key The key used to reblog this post tags Tags applied to the post bookmarklet Indicates whether the post was created via the Tumblr bookmarklet mobile Indicates whether the post was created via mobileemail publishing source_url The URL for the source of the content (for quotes, reblogs, etc.) source_title The title of the source site liked Indicates if a user has already liked a post or not state Indicates the current state of the post. States are published, queued, draft and private total_posts The total number of post available for this request, useful for paginating through results Link: title The title of the page the link points to url The link description A user-supplied description

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         {
            "blog_name": "travellingcameraclub",
            "id": 688472164,
            "post_url": "http:\\travellingcameraclub.com\post\688472164",
            "type": "link",
            "date": "2010-06-11 23:17:08 GMT",
            "timestamp": 1276298228,
            "format": "html",
            "reblog_key": "RWhJJWia",
            "tags": [],
            "note_count": 9,
            "title": "Esther Aarts Illustration | News and Blog: Faq: How do
               you make those marker doodles?",
            "url": "http:\\blog.estadiezijn.nl\post\
               459075181\faq-how-do-you-make-those-marker-doodles",
            "description": "
\n

On my Ipad, of course!<\p>

Nothing better than the latest technology to get the job done. Look at all my apps!<\p>

\"my<\p>

My favourite markers are an Edding 400, a Sharpie and a Copic Ciao. The white gouache is from Dr Martins and does a decent job covering up whatever needs to be covered up, and flows.<\p><\blockquote>" } ... ], "total_posts": 7 } }