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Amazon Is Cracking Down on Sharing Prime Accounts

Photo: Robert Scoble/Flickr Amazon is now limiting the number of people in a single household who are able to share a Prime account to two, down from four. As Quartz points out, part of the new restrictions may be Amazon’s push toward improving the profitability of the premium service. Show More Summary

Post-Merger, AT&T and DirecTV Already Have a Bundle Offer Together

Photo: Mike Mozart/Flickr A little more than a week after finalizing their merger, AT&T and DirecTV are already combining satellite TV service and cell phone service into one big bundle. For $200 a month, subscribers can get basic TV service and four phone lines with 10GB of data. Show More Summary

How Ferris Wheels Escaped the Fair And Became High-End Urban Attractions

25 minutes agoLifestyle / Travel : Atlas Obscura

The Pacific Wheel in Santa Monica. (Photo: Gaston Hinostroza/Flickr) The Chicago World’s Fair in 1893 captured the imagination of the country; a city within a city was constructed to contain the event, complete with a massive reflecting pool. Show More Summary

Photo of the Day Gallery, August 2015

5 hours 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

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Click image for 832 x 556 size. Rakuzan, 1934

Google Is Fighting France’s ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Demands

Photo: Kristina Alexanderson/Flickr Google is refusing an order from French authorities to eliminate user information under the controversial "right to be forgotten" law passed by the EU last year. The European Court of Justice previously ruled that Google must remove results from online searches by user request. Show More Summary

FOUND: An iPhone That Fell 9,300 Feet And Works Just Fine

If you're going to drop an iPhone, might as well be from a plane (Photo: redlegsfan21/Flickr) Ben Wilson, of Texas, owns a company that sells propane storage tanks and gas plant equipment. Also, he owns an iPhone. And on the way back...Show More Summary

The Secrets of America's Best Rest Stop: Free Ice Water, Donuts, the Cutest Jackalopes in Town

A Wall Drug billboard (Photo: Jennifer Kirkland/Flickr) Driving through South Dakota, it's impossible to avoid Wall Drug. The billboards start before you even enter the state, and they're arrayed, hundreds of them, alongside I-90, for more than 400 miles. Show More Summary

7 of America's Smallest Civic Institutions

(Photo: Paxson Woelber/Flickr) Historically, Americans have taken a "bigger is better" attitude but in a few notable spot around our great big country, it's the little things that count. From forests, to post offices, to a whole other...Show More Summary

Photoist: Empty Locker

3 days agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Empty Locker by Lori Whelan. Photoist is a periodic photo series, featuring the best from the Torontoist Flickr Pool.

Today's archidose #853

Here are some photos of Quinta de Lemos in Viseu, Portugal, by Carvalho Araújo Arquitectos, photographed by José Carlos Melo Dias. To contribute your Flickr images for consideration, just::: Join and add photos to the archidose pool To contribute your Instagram images for consideration, just::: Tag your photos #archidose

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3 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Click image for 1600 x 1086 size. Via Expressionnisme2008 Myrtille Henrion-Picco, De nos jours les humeurs vagues abondent, 2007

Planned Parenthood Website Hacked, Conservative Sites Call It a "PR Stunt"

Photo via ctrouper/Flickr (CC BY 2.0) Right wing rhetoric is getting more and more insane as people realize the Center for Medical Progress is a gang of dishonest religious fanatics, and their "sting" videos are blatantly deceptive attempts to make perfectly legal activities seem nefarious and sinister. You can always tell...

Sepia Tones: Travel Down the Pacific Electric Air Line, the Expo Line Predecessor That Ran From 1908 to 1953

Photo dated ca. 1940. Via Metro Transportation Library and Archive Flickr. Testing on the the Expo Line's second phase made its way into downtown Santa Monica yesterday, marking the first time there's been a passenger train running through the...

For Many Islands, Tourism Means Too Much Trash. Is Cuba Next?

A busy street in Havana prepares to become somewhat busier. (Photo: Stefan Vetter/Flickr) What will Cuba look like in twenty years? Right now, as the lifting of most remaining travel restrictions and embargoes seems increasingly imminent, people all over the hemisphere are betting on the answer to this question. Show More Summary

New Yorkers Have Been Illicitly Cracking Open Fire Hydrants For Centuries

Summer in New York. (Photo: Rebecca Wilson/flickr) It’s become a tradition for New York City reporters. The scene: a steamy day in July or August, heat distorting the air above a scorching pavement. People hold bottles of cold water or cans of soda to their foreheads. Show More Summary

Photoist: Amateur B&W

4 days agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Amateur B&W by Slacker. Photoist is a periodic photo series, featuring the best from the Torontoist Flickr Pool.

Hardee’s, 1970s

4 days agoVehicles / Cars :

After our recent look at a couple of Carls Jr. restaurants, Scott McElheney pointed out a Hardee’s 50th anniversary photo retrospective on Flickr that included several photos rip for carspotting. Unfortunately, many of them, including these two, have little context to go with them: only the fuzzy license plates in the above photo and the […]

The Tech Industry is Only Successful Because it Mastered Hiring

Photo credit: Jhaymesisviphotography, Flickr Referrals are changing the hiring landscape as much as tech is changing the way we think of work. Whilst compiling our free ebook, Breaking the Code we found out that the more traditionalShow More Summary

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