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Around Town: Concourse

  Photos of what one Chicagoist Flickr contributor called 'O'Hare's Disco Tunnel' make up today's 'Around Town' gallery: [ more › ]

Shelf Balancing, Part 1

Originally published on March 1, 2011 at Image creative commons courtesy of Comment from Holly on 11/19/2014: This is a series of posts I wrote in 2011. Show More Summary

Today's archidose #798

Here are some photos of the Roman Temple of Diana Environments (2011) in Merida, Spain, by José María Sánchez García Architects, photographed by Gonzalo Mauleón.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

Uber’s boys club is what’s wrong with Silicon Valley

Photo by Flickr user Steve Rhodes. Editor’s Note: On Thursday’s broadcast, Paul Solman reported on the Uber controversy stirred by one of its executives when he suggested — thinking he was off the record — that the company should investigate reporters critical of the company. Show More Summary

TrendWatch: In NYC, Fake-out 'Loft' Living is the New Prize for 'Making it'

Photo by ijzerman/Flickr In a new piece for Medium, writer and Brooklyn resident Kyle Chayka explains how the loft, originally the habitat of Bohemian hipsters "willing to risk breaking residential code to carve out their own space," have become "a...

San Diego to recycle sewage water as drinking water

San Diego approved of a plan to purify sewage water for reuse. Photo by Flickr user Jase Curtis What’s there to do when your city is in the midst of an ongoing drought and the price tag on imported water continues to spike? Recycle your...Show More Summary

Redecorating? Choose from up to 50 million Flickr Creative Commons photos for your walls

If you’re really intent on taking those push-pinned (or even framed museum) posters off the wall and replacing them with something more original, Flickr is here to help — yet again. Last month, Flickr unveiled its Wall Art marketplace to help turn your personal photostream into gallery prints suitable for decorating the old homestead. Show More Summary

Flickr lets you turn other people's photos into wall art for your home

Remember that Wall Art service Flickr launched in October that gave you a way to buy big prints of your own snapshots (or, you know, selfies)? Well, now you can also buy wall-size versions of other people's photographs, though, that doesn't mean you...

New Jersey, we presume, 1970

3 days agoVehicles / Cars :

As found and posted to Flickr by Jeffs4653, this photo of a bunch of cars parked in a field only came with a date of August 1970, no specific location. Scanning the license plates, we see a bunch of what appears to be black-on-cream New Jersey plates, which were indeed in use at that time, […]

Ocean Roundup: North Atlantic Right Whales Calving in Southeast, New Shark Repellent Tested in South Africa, and More

A North Atlantic right whale and calf off Florida. (Photo: FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute / Flickr Creative Commons) - In a high-tech experiment off of South Africa, researchers have started testing an electronic cable attached to the seafloor as a shark repellent. Show More Summary

Texting may be ruining your back

A new study says tilting your neck while texting may be harming your back. Photo by Flickr user Garry Knight Do you tilt your head down while texting on your cellphone? Chances are you may be damaging your back in the process, according...Show More Summary

Dubious Superlatives: The Internet Hath Spoken, and This is its Favorite Bathroom

Photo via mwms1916/Flickr After months of polling, the bathroom supply company Cintas has announced the winner of America's favorite restroom. The leafy green bathrooms inside Longwood Gardens, a botanical garden in Pennsylvania, beat out nine other contenders to secure the...

Should bankers take a Hippocratic Oath?

A new study published in Nature finds that bankers, themselves, aren’t dishonest, but the cultural norm in their industry makes them behave that way. Photo by Flickr user What makes people dishonest? Being a banker helps. Show More Summary

Extroverted Sharks and Stressed Penguins: Uncovering Personality in Ocean Animals

Native little penguins’ personality may play a role in their ability to cope with climate change. (Photo: M Kuhn / Flickr Creative Commons) Though it’s easy to see that our domesticated four-legged friends have quirky personalities, new studies show that some ocean animals may just have their own, too. Show More Summary

Leave Jonathan Franzen Alone

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Don’t be fooled by Medicare drug plans with low premiums

Check all of the costs of the Medicare drug plan you’re considering, not just the premiums. Photo by Flickr user 401(k) 2012. Editor’s Note: Medicare open enrollment extends to Dec. 7 this year, but questions about this complicated program do not end then. Show More Summary

Ocean Roundup: Humpback Whale Scars Can Reveal Migration Patterns, Sea Star Die-Offs Linked to Virus, and More

A humpback whale off Monterey Bay, California. Scientists have found that humpback whale scars can be used to identify their migration patterns. (Photo: NOAA Photo Library / Flickr Creative Commons) - In a new study, researchers sayShow More Summary

Spiny Dogfish Catch a Break—No More Shark Finning in the U.S.!

A spiny dogfish (Squalis acanthias) in the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. (Photo: NOAA’s National Ocean Service / Flickr Creative Commons) Did you know that shark finning is still allowed in the U.S.? Despite the finning prohibition...Show More Summary

San Francisco, 1959

4 days agoVehicles / Cars :

Driving in San Francisco requires a fairly high degree of car control and some fancy footwork if you’re driving a manual, as we can see from this found photo that Vieilles Annonces posted to Flickr, showing a colorful lineup of cars parked along an unidentified street in 1959 San Francisco. (We thought the Little Pine […]

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