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Celebrating 250,000 Photos in the Torontoist Flickr Pool

Thank you! With Dan Philips’s photo uploaded to the Torontoist Flickr Pool, we have reached the 250,000 image mark, which is really amazing. Torontoist has always been a group effort, and that goes for the images we use too. For theShow More Summary

The October 2016 Toronto City Council Liveblog, Day Two

2 weeks agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

After unanimously voting to study Rail Deck Park yesterday, council continues to work through its agenda today. Photo by Himy Syed from the Torontoist Flickr Pool. It’s day two of Council’s October meeting! You can catch up on day one here. Show More Summary

The October 2016 Toronto City Council Liveblog, Day One

3 weeks agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Rail Deck Park, shelter NIMBYism, and Michael Ford's first meeting. Photo by Himy Syed from the Torontoist Flickr Pool. After council’s summer/early fall hiatus, we’re back in action this morning at city hall. Mayor John Tory continues...Show More Summary

The TRON Desktop

Reader thdoan submitted this highly customized second screen using Rainmeter to our Flickr desktop show and tell pool. Best of all there’s even a video showing you how it all works. If you like the look, here’s what you’ll need to make your own. Read more...

4 Uncommon Strategies Sales Reps Can Employ For Strategic Prospecting

Image by Jesús Corrius via Flickr It's a great time to be in B2B sales; you have access to an ever-expanding pool of potential customers, there are more sophisticated tools for reaching prospects too, and you have the ability to engage clients in new and unique ways thanks to social media, search engines and other digital strategies. Show More Summary

Barnsdall Art Park to get a hip outdoor movie series

Food trucks and wine before the movies Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool Barnsdall Art Park in Los Feliz is already pretty high on the "cool parks" list for its wine tastings, but it's about to get even hipper. LAist reports the park,...Show More Summary

The Small-Space, Big Screen Workspace

Jason shared this bang-for-your-buck workspace with us over in our Workspace Show and Tell Pool on Flickr, complete with a sharp-looking IKEA desk and a good bit of gear in a compact but cozy working and gaming space. Here are some more photos of his setup. Read more...

The Simple Sunrise Desktop

This desktop comes to us from our Flickr desktop show and tell photo pool, and is a great example of how sometimes busy and dyamic desktops are great, and other times simple and iconographic are great as well. If you like the look, here’s what you’ll need to set it tup. Read more...

Shredding Wookie

3 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

From the Boing Boing Flickr Pool: SuppaDuppa 666's You can't imagine how fun is summer for a Wookie.

Optimizing for Accessibility + SEO: Images, Video and Non-Text Elements

5 months agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by Laura.Lippay [Estimated read time: 12 minutes] (header photo is the search result for "scene" in the Blind Photographers Flickr photo pool.) In the first two posts in this series we covered site and page structure overlaps, and formatting and linking overlaps. Show More Summary

Carbon Pricing Works: The Case for a Global System

Clean up of Exxon Valdez spill by Jim Brickett via Flickr The ice melted in the hot Texas sun, pooling outside the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas where the #exxonknew ice sculpture had been erected by climate activists - a visual...Show More Summary

Today's archidose #894

A number of Zaha Hadid buildings have been added to my archidose Flickr pool since her sudden death last week. Below is a roundup of some of the photos; click on the images for more information on the buildings and photographers. ToShow More Summary

CicLAvia Comes to the Northern San Fernando Valley This Weekend

The four-mile route will run from Pacoima to Panorama City Rob Rovira // Curbed LA Flickr Pool Sunday's CicLAvia Route CicLAvia Sunday's CicLAvia, like all CicLAvias, is not a bike race, and organizers encourage riders to slow down and explore the route. Show More Summary

Dud El Niño is Weakening, But Could Still Go Out With a Bang

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool The promised "second peak" of this year's El Niño still hasn't really shown up, and instead of prolonged torrential rains, Southern California has instead gotten some heavy winds and a...

Leaky Porter Ranch Natural Gas Well Permanently Sealed Up

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool As of late last night, the Porter Ranch well that's been leaking since October 23 and spewing nearly 100,000 metric tons of methane into the air (the running counter has...

Los Angeles Wants $20 Million From Developer of Burnt Downtown Apartment Building

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool Developer Geoff Palmer has produced an impressive list of enemies in his quest to speckle the LA map with his trademark Italy-meets-Epcot-meets-dormitory megafortress apartment complexes. Everyone from skybridge detractors to...

Los Angeles Wants a Registry of How Much Rent Everyone is Supposed to Be Paying

Image via Cole Martin / Curbed LA flickr pool "Hundreds" of renters who live in rent-controlled apartments are subject to illegal rent increases each year, but a new city program in the works looks to significantly cut those numbers...

You Have to Earn 172 Percent of the Median Income to Buy a Median House in Los Angeles

Image via Atwater Village Newbie / Curbed LA flickr pool Trying to buy a house in Los Angeles probably feels a lot like taking crazy pills. Prices in Northeast LA are shooting up so much that median prices are...

Dodger Stadium Owners Hoping to Turn it Into a Part-Time Concert Venue

Image via Albert Valles / Curbed LA flickr pool Dodger Stadium has hosted its fair share of big-name concerts, but a new plan would have the place showing live music pretty regularly, with the goal of eventually hosting a...

Post-Leak, How Safe Will SoCal Gas Make Their Aliso Canyon Gas Storage Site?

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool It's starting to look like the enormous natural gas leak, which dragged on for more than three months and led to the relocation of thousands of Porter Ranch residents, might...

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