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Tumblr's #Boneghazi Meme And the True History of Robbing Louisiana Graves

A (thankfully) dry day at Holt Cemetery, a rare New Orleans below-ground burial site. (Photo: Mark Gsothl/Flickr) Last week, a user in a private Facebook group for witches advertised some rare wares–human remains they had found in a nearby cemetery. Show More Summary

'There’s a County Mounty at the Pickle Park,' and More Creative Trucker Slang

A truck driver uses a CB radio at the National Museum of American History. (Photo: K?rlis Dambr?ns/flickr) "Smokey in the bush," says a fuzzy voice coming from a box on the dashboard. Any trucker sailing down Interstate 91 in New England...Show More Summary

US Arms sales don’t Fight Terrorism & War, they Provoke Them

By Jeremy Ravinsky | (Foreign Policy in Focus) | – – Nothing recruits terrorists like corrupt security forces committing human rights abuses with impunity. (Photo: U.S. Marine Corps / Flickr) Recent, disparate…

iPhone Continues To Dominate Flickr In 2015

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

There are plenty of online photo storage and sharing websites, and Flickr is probably one of the more popular ones. The same can be said about camera types and brands as well, but according to Flickr’s statistics for the year 2015, it looks like Apple’s iPhone continues to dominate the Flickr platform. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Support Refugees This Christmas

Photo by Flickr user Freedom House MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN LESS THAN 10 MINUTES As we approach the holiday season -- a time dedicated to appreciating all that we have and giving all that we can -- your thoughts may turn to the millions of displaced people seeking safe refuge around the world. Show More Summary

National Summary: Grading the 2015 Rut

Photo courtesy of Larry Smith/flickr.com. With the rut pretty well wrapped up across most of the country, and most of our rut reporting ending for the year, it’s a good time to draw some broad conclusions about the 2015 deer breeding season. Show More Summary

Nearly one third of all photos uploaded to Flickr in 2015 were taken on an iPhone

According to a year-end report from Flickr, Apple's iPhone extended its lead as photo sharing service's most-used camera brand during 2015, accounting for almost one third of all images uploaded to the site.

iPhone dominates Flickr's most popular cameras of 2015

Photo sharing service Flickr has released the stats for the most popular cameras and camera brands used on its site for 2015, showing that the iPhone continued its growth throughout the year to come out on top. Taking the absolute top spot is the iPhone 6, which raked in a 5 percent share. Show More Summary

Apple’s iPhone continues to top Flickr’s most popular camera list in 2015

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Flickr today released their list of most popular cameras and brands used for photos shared on their site this year, and it’s no surprise that Apple’s iPhone continues to top the list. The iPhone 6 alone tops the list of most popular camera on Flickr in 2015, accounting for 5% of all photographers on the […]

Today's archidose #873

Here are some photos of the German School (2015) in Madrid, Spain, by Grüntuch-Ernst Architects, photographed by Ximo Michavila. 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

Cheer Up, The Saddest Day of The Year Is A Hoax

Is one Monday in January the most depressing day of the year? Probably not. (Photo: SevenLittleThings/Flickr) The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer, and it is seriously bumming out over the 10 million Americans (1 in 3 British adults) who suffer from some form of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Show More Summary

Terror Threats Force Museums To Rethink The Role Of Gallery Guards

A guard is illuminated by James Turrell's "The Light Inside" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. (Photo: Ed Schipul/Flickr) As public cultural centers become terrorist targets, museums are struggling to maintain their rarified atmosphere while also making sure their patrons feel safe. Show More Summary

Tech Tip: How to Download a Batch of Photos on Flickr

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gadgetwise

It’s possible to download photos in batches from a Flickr account’s Camera Roll page, instead of one by one.

Only A Fungus Can Prevent These Extreme Tumbleweed Situations

A tumbleweed prepares to make its move. (Photo: Jez Arnold/Flickr) As Old West villains go, the tumbleweed doesn't look the part. It lacks a big mustache or a low kerchief. It's more likely to be seen bouncing forlornly past the saloon...Show More Summary

An Open Letter to Meredith Whitney

Photo courtesy of Flickr. Dear Ms. Whitney, I want to congratulate you on your return to the business of managing money. I understand you will be managing an equity portfolio for a Bermuda-based insurer, Arch Capital Group Ltd. Your responsibilities will be significant. Show More Summary

An Open Letter to Meredith Whitney

Photo courtesy of Flickr. Dear Ms. Whitney, I want to congratulate you on your return to the business of managing money. I understand you will be managing an equity portfolio for a Bermuda-based insurer, Arch Capital Group Ltd. Your responsibilities will be significant. Show More Summary

How to Live a Life Without Limits

Photo credit: Ian Shane/FlickR "I want you to help me teach this class tonight." There are many reasons why this request seemed crazy to me. For starters, it was a tango class, and I had only been dancing a year. Also, the class was in Buenos Aires, the Mecca of tango, where people flock from all over the world to dance and learn. Show More Summary

Fleeting Wonders: Giant Neon Martini Returns To Portland

A distant cousin of the Portland Martini. (Photo: Dave Newman/Flickr) The citizens of Portland, Oregon, have been shaken and stirred by the reappearance of a beloved landmark: a 30-foot-tall neon martini glass affixed to the side ofShow More Summary

Object Of Intrigue: Chess You Play With Your Nose

Now just trade your stove in for a chessboard and you're good to go. (Photo: Brianna Lehman/Flickr) The game is a few steps away from checkmate. The players are hunched over the board, breathing hard. Queen to h7–a rush of cayenne! Knight to h8–a burst of ginger! The final moves rain down in a sinus-cleansing flurry of clove and tumeric. Show More Summary

Visit Faraway Lands in a Virtual Reality Photo Gallery

Yahoo! recently announced a virtual reality Flickr app that could lead to more changes in the photo sharing world

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