September 6, 1924. Washington, D.C. "80 lb. 60-yard dash, Central High School." National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
ReSnap, a company that automatically creates a book of photographs from a range of sources, has announced an update for its beta platform, which it promises is now smarter than ever. This time last year, ReSnap launched its beta that allowed you to create a photo book from a wide variety social and big data sources. Show More Summary
In 1967, a company was giving bus tours of the Haight for squares wondering what this whole hippie thing was about. Here’s a story and some photos taken on one of these tours by a reporter interested in the phenomenon. Cool stuff.
Are you looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift with style and heart? You’ll love what I’m about to share from Artifact Uprising, a company specializing in turning your photos into tangible products that truly delivers on all points from quality and price to service, delivery, beauty and truly thoughtful things like photo books, prints, and gifts […]
Green Toys are made from recycled milk jugs. Photo by Chris Barnes. Most of us see old milk jugs as something for the recycle bin (or, in the case of one blogger, the makings of a DIY Storm Trooper helmet. But for toy maker Green Toys,...Show More Summary
Photo-sharing site Photobucket has just acquired its second company in a matter of weeks, following its pickup of photo chat app Lasso in March, fueled by the recent injection of $3.6 million in new funding as it attempts to reinvigorate and expand its business. Show More Summary
We’ve heard of ship lengthening, but German shipping company REEDEREI NSB is undertaking an innovative new project to widen three of its containerships. The first of the three ships, MSC [...] The post Innovative Containership Widening Project Completed [PHOTOS] appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Photo by Curtis Buchanan Noticing a trend in these where the transcript word count from filmers/editors is about triple that of the skater ones. So while everyone is proclaiming Propeller to be “the last EVER full-length company video,” remember that there are still tons of guys putting a lot of thought into the nuts and […]
Adobe's popular Lightroom app joins the company's Creative Cloud subscription model, and gets several new features and upgrades.
JOHN GREATHOUSE: Timehop, a photo app with over 16 million users, recently executed a radical experiment. It closed its New York City office for two weeks and made all of its employees work remotely, preferably not from their homes. Many of the employees took off for exotic locales. Show More Summary
HP isn't reporting how much it received for Snapfish, the online photo printing/storage/sharing service it purchased in 2005 for $300 million. But after years of trying to sell it, the company has finally found a buyer, HP said this morning: a private company called District Photo, who will complete the purchase by October before HP splits into two. Show More Summary
Hewlett-Packard said Tuesday that it has agreed to sell its Snapfish photo-storage business to District Photo, as part of the computer company’s plan to split up its business.
Their closing wasn't an April Fool's joke, but it does appear to be short-lived…
Despite having its own wearable on the market with the Microsoft Band, Microsoft will support the Apple Watch, it appears. The company recently rolled out an update to the iOS app for OneDrive, its cloud storage service, which will now allow Apple Watch owners to view their photos saved in OneDrive right from their wrist using Apple’s new smartwatch. Show More Summary
Photos via Fast Company A new smart table designed by a research lab within The New York Times has the potential to make meetings more valuable and productive, with built-in bookmarking and recording features that make it an interviewer's dream...
The best things on (and sometimes off) the Internet this week, curated by Fast Company employees. Rick Tetzeli Photo: Celine Grouard for Fast Company Name: Rick Tetzeli Role at Fast Company: Executive editor. I assign and edit stories for the print magazine. Show More Summary
Washington, D.C., 1923. "Mrs. Denby and kids at zoo." Say, don't I know you from back home? National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
Washington, D.C., 1929. "Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. lineman." National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
All photos via Co.Design In addition to the expanding design and decor e-commerce scene, there's also about to be a new brick-and-mortar player in the U.S. Tiger, the Danish chain that already has 429 stores across Europe and Japan, is...
The iPhone has offered the ability to take photos at the same time as you record video, but capturing photos from video that has already been captured isn’t quite so straightforward. Taplet aims to solve that. The company, with $1 million...Show More Summary