There's a new way for parents to put all their kids' pictures in one place on Facebook, the company announced Tuesday. After conducting a survey among parents who post pictures of their kids on Facebook, the company discovered that 65%...Show More Summary
The SpaceX photos copyright saga has one last chapterFlickr has finally created an option for photo uploaders to waive all rights to their work, making it possible for artists and companies to allow anyone to use their photos for any reason (without credit). Show More Summary
2015 Lincoln Continental concept. Photos courtesy Ford Motor Company. Lincoln hasn’t offered a Continental in its showrooms since the 2002 model year, and despite the promise of a retro-futuristic Continental shown at the 2002 Los Angeles Auto Show, the nameplate has been dormant since then. In an effort to revive sales in the United States […]
(Photo: unknown) You may have come into this company on the ground floor, but you’ll rise in the ranks. Or just rise up—say, 4 feet off the ground. A great working environment is one where people feel comfortable being funny. 22 Words rounded up 40 examples of great office pranks, including a stapler encased in Jell-O and a cubicle wrapped in David Hasselhoff photos.
A photo posted by Shervin Pishevar (@shervin) on Jan 10, 2015 at 12:43pm PST Hyperloop Technologies Inc., a company working on coming up with an actual workable design for the futuristic, pneumatic-chute-style, totally theoretical invention that would allow people...
As has become a rite of passage for rumored Apple products, the company's long buzzed-about 12.9-inch "iPad Pro" was allegedly shown off in a series of photos posted to Chinese microblogging site Weibo on Monday, suggesting that it could house a USB type-C port or a second Lightning connector.
Cyber-attacks seem to be becoming more and more frequent, with major companies like Target and Anthem suffering massive security breaches within the past few years and thousands of nude photos being leaked online. This week has brought...Show More Summary
The best things on the Internet (and sometimes off) this week, curated by Fast Company employees. Sarah Lawson Photo: Celine Grouard for Fast Company Name: Sarah Lawson Role at Fast Company: Assistant editor. "I get to work closely with our Most Creative People, so I spend lots of time chatting with them about what they're up to. Show More Summary
In early February, software company Serif announced the free beta version of Affinity Photo, a Mac-only photo editing program said to rival the likes of other editing tools, including the standards for creative professionals, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Show More Summary
The Jumpolin store a year before it was demolished with all its business property inside, and without the shop owners' notice. Photo via Flickr user Nathan Black Jordan French, the landlord behind the sudden and cruel demolishment of...Show More Summary
The Midwest company, founded by Jeni Britton Bauer, has been around since 2002, racking up locations from Cleveland to Atlanta. The newest spot in Los Feliz opened last Friday. [ more › ]
A picture that holds a memory is worth much more than a thousand words. Electronics company Ricoh has restored and returned more than 90,000 photos lost or damaged by victims of the March 2011 T?hoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Through...Show More Summary
Last year, Amazon gave a boost to its Prime members when it launched a free, unlimited photo storage for them on Cloud Drive. Today, the company is expanding that service as a paid offering to cover other kinds of content, and to users outside of its loyalty program. Unlimited Cloud Storage will let users get either unlimited photo storage or “unlimited everything” —… Read More
The cat food company Whiskas is currently developing a special cat collar named Catstacam, this tiny bit of tech will automatically take photos and upload them to an Instagram account, when in Wi-Fi range. Perfect if you want to know what your cat gets up to on its travels. Currently the Catstacam is being tested […]
Walking into ABC’s “Shark Tank” last September, Lumi CEO Jesse Genet asked for $250,000 for 5% of her company. Lumi was a 3-year old startup selling photo printing kits online. It would allow users to print any type of logos or graphics — using natural sunlight — on things like a t-shirt, a wall, or even a car. Show More Summary
Photos via Dezeen Zaha Hadid's studio has unleashed a vaguely threatening new video showing off their design proposal for the headquarters for Middle Eastern environmental company Bee'ah. The animated video begins with the winding, sand dune-inspired design emerging from...
Willie Wilkov is the Chief Marketing Officer for TOMY International, a company that makes toys your kids love. Follow Willie on Twitter: @Whizzlee. Photo: Willie Wilkov and his children spending time together. If there's one person on the planet to speak to about toys, it's TOMY's Chief Marketing Officer, Willie Wilkov. Show More Summary
(Photo: Ben & Jerry’s) Charoset is a mixture of fruit, wine, and spices. It’s a traditional part of the Seder meal eaten during Passover. The American ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s makes ice cream that is flavored like it. It's kosher, too! The company is rolling it out for this year’s Passover, which begins on April 3. -via Blazenfluff
Paul Conrad Buff, founder of the lighting company that bears his name, passed away this week of unspecified causes. He was 78. While he best known in the photo industry for his low-cost lighting solutions, Buff also made his mark in the music industry. According to the Paul C. Buff website, Buff was the owner […] The post Obituary: Paul C. Buff, 78 appeared first on PDNPulse.
Ever wish you could leave vacation with professional-grade photos? Thanks to a travel photography company called Flytographer, this wish isn't as out-of-reach as it sounds. Founder Nicole Smith, a former Microsoft marketing consultant, started the photography service in 2013. Show More Summary