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Skeeball, Miniature Golf, Food, and Views for Miles Coming to Ponce City Market Roof

Photo credit: flickr member Dustin Grau https://www.flickr.com/photos/justindustin/21248992899/in/album-72157656318333804/From: http://atlanta.curbed.com/2016/3/1/11140976/ponce-city-markets-the-roof-debut-aprilGet ready for skeeball,...Show More Summary

Found Snapshots of an Unknown Pretty Lady Posing in Her Swimwears from the 1950s

Swimsuits from the 1950s were incredible. Continuing the trend established in the early 20th century, more skin was displayed near the water than ever before. These interesting found photos by vintage ladies' Flickr captured an unknown pretty woman posing in her swimwears on the beaches at somewhere in England. See more »

Photo of the Day Gallery, March 2016

2 months agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Think you have what it takes to be featured as Photo of the Day? Submit your best work to our Flickr group. See More Photos of the Day

JoCo Cruise 2016 Photo Set Plus Quick Nerd Boat Recap

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

Hey, do you like looking at pictures of other people’s vacations? Well, then you’ll want to check out my JoCo Cruise 2016 Flickr photo set, which is just that very thing! In addition to pictures of islands and such, it has snaps of the performers, concerts, two types of monkey made from inanimate objects, and, […]

Notorious Poaching Vessel Captured After Years On The Run

Sea Shepherd's Jolly Roger. (Photo: Courtesy of Sea Shepherd/Flickr) The last of a notorious band of toothfish poaching vessels has been captured by Indonesia, which plans to intentionally sink the ship, an environmental group said. The group, known as Sea Shepherd, had been covertly tracking the ship, called Viking, for about three weeks. Show More Summary

Why the Dems Love the Donald

Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore on flickr Are the Democrats rooting for Donald Trump or scared of him? You can find pundits giving either opinion, on the same day. Donald Trump is an enigma in the recent history of politics. Switching back...Show More Summary

Photo of the Week: How Nixon’s Visit to China Inspired Star Trek

Air Force One lands in Beijing on February 21, 1972. (Photo: US National Archives/flickr) One of the lesser-known achievements of President Nixon might be that he inspired Vulcan lore in Star Trek. But there were a few unexpected outcomes to Nixon’s historic trip to the People's Republic of China in February of 1972. Show More Summary

Today's archidose #887

Here are a some photos of the TID Tower in Tirana, Albania, by 51n4e. (Photographs: Marcin Mularczyk) To contribute your Flickr images for consideration, just::: Join and add photos to the archidose poolTo contribute your Instagram images for consideration, just::: Tag your photos #archidose

Finally, Someone is on Trial Internationally for Destroying Precious Cultural Property

The oldest of the two mosques in Timbuktu. Faqi is accused of destroying 10 historic Timbuktu buildings (Photo: Flickr/JeanneMenjoulet&Cie). Iconoclasm, the obliteration of religious and cultural artifacts, has a history that dates back millennia. Show More Summary

On Cliches and Photo Ideas

If you go through Flickr galleries and popular photo, model mayhem or Facebook photography groups, some photographs keep popping up. You see them again and again to the point you just want to scream. Not necessarily because they are bad, but rather because they are lacking any clear photographic idea. As deeper you dive into the [...]Show More Summary

Meet the Professor Behind The First Printed Use of 'Shit Happens'

(Photo: Rupert Affen/Flickr) Connie Eble’s annual list of catchphrases that she compiles from her students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill included a new entry in 1983: “Shit happens.” An unnamed female student wrote the phrase on an index card in Eble's English class, apparently inspired by a someone who had flunked a test. Show More Summary

The Hunt For The Government's Oldest Computer

An IBM "electronic data processing machine" at NASA in 1957. (Photo: NASA on the Commons/flickr) A version of this story originally appeared on Muckrock.com. As the saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." If a machine is doing its job, reliably and without error, then common sense dictates that you just shouldn't mess with it. Show More Summary

An Ounce of Prevention: How We Can Stop the Next Genocide

(Photo: Leo Fung / Flickr Creative Commons) Co-authored by Dan Sullivan, Director of Policy and Government Relations at United to End Genocide. Follow Dan on Twitter @endgenocidedan Millions of lives. Billions of dollars. Countless horrors. Show More Summary

How Ice Withstands 900-Degree Heat in Space

A close-up of frost. (Photo: Noel J. Goodwin/flickr) Out in space, 33 light years away from Earth, a planet called Gliese 436 b orbits very closely to a small, old sun. Its temperature is hot–very hot, reaching over 980° Fahrenheit, but when astrophysicists observed qualities of the planet, its makeup did not seem to make any logical sense. Show More Summary

Brazil's Plans For A $250 Million Spy-Proof Underwater Cable To Europe

Dilma Rousseff giving a press conference last year. (Photo: Jonas Pereira/Flickr) Brazil has outlined plans for a $250 million underwater cable to Europe, intended to make it harder for the U.S. to spy on them, according to Bloomberg. The...Show More Summary

robert-hadley: Polluce, son of Zeus - Royal Palace of Turin....

2 months agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

robert-hadley: Polluce, son of Zeus - Royal Palace of Turin. Photo - Jan on flickr

Server Up? Notifications via Twitter/Google Script

flickr photo shared by Thomas Hawk under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC ) license Reclaim Hosting has a great status page that alerts you when stuff is not working correctly. We had a brief outage this morning and I just thought it’d beShow More Summary

Why 150,000 Penguins Missing From Antarctica May Actually Be Alive

Adélie penguins in Antarctica. (Photo: Eli Duke/Flickr) Around 150,000 Adélie penguins were reported to have died earlier this month, after a giant iceberg rendered their colony landlocked, forcing the penguins to make a deadly 37-mile...Show More Summary

That's Not Mystery Meat, It's New Jersey's Beloved Pork Roll

Grilling Taylor pork roll. (Photo: William F. Yurasko/flickr) Biting into a pork roll sandwich is kind of like biting into bologna sandwich, except it’s not. And it’s a little like eating ham, except it isn’t. It’s closest to Canadian...Show More Summary

January Returns Mean Nothing

Photo courtesy of Flickr. The first two weeks of January returns for the S&P 500 index were the worst in history. That statement is true. The index returned -7.93 percent for the period from Jan. 4-15, which was its worst ever start to the year. Show More Summary

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