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This guy took a selfie every day for 20 years, and the video is surprisingly emotional

01.13.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Photographer Noah Kalina has taken a photo of himself every day starting on Jan. 11, 2000, and ending on Jan. 11, 2020.  That's a lot of selfies, and many of them were from before the term "selfie" was even a thing! Years pass by in seconds ... ...

Lenovo’s Smart Frame puts your digital photos on display without ruining your feng shui

01.07.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

While most smart displays are basically glorified photo frames, they're also not very practical looking. But Lenovo's Smart Frame, which debuted at this year's CES, blends into your home in a way that's far more traditional. The Smart Frame has a 21.... ...

Google Photos adds a time-traveling version of Stories, plus more sharing and printing options

Google Photos is getting its own version of Stories. But instead of focusing on what you’re doing now, as Stories on other platforms like Instagram and Snapchat offer, Google Photos is adopting the format to help you take a trip down memory lane. The feature is one of several updates coming to the photo-sharing service ...

Library of Congress releases 11,700 freely usable photos of “roadside America,” taken by John Margolies

For decades, architectural critic and photographer John Margolies obsessively documented roadside attractions: vernacular architecture, weird sculpture, odd businesses and amusements. By his death in 2016, his collection consisted of more than 11,000 slides (he published books of his favorites, with annotations).

The Library of Congress purchased the Margolies archive and has released it to ...

Eastern Blocks: photographs of the brutalist towers of the former USSR

Zupagrafika's new book Eastern Blocks (subtitle: "Concrete Landscapes of the Former Eastern Bloc") collects more than 100 beautiful photos of the brutalist towers of ex-Soviet nations, "‘Sleeping districts’ of Moscow, Plattenbauten of East Berlin, modernist estates of Warsaw, Kyiv`s Brezhnevki."

David Navarro and Martyna Sobecka (AKA Zupagrafika) started photographing the towers as design reference for ...

San Diego Comic-Con 2019 cosplay that’ll make you do a double-take

07.21.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

It's the fourth and final day of San Diego Comic-Con 2019.  We've seen highly-anticipated teasers, reacted to major news drops, and yearned for far-away release dates. But above all else, we've marveled at the talent, dedication, and creativity ... ...

Kickstarting “The Decline of Mall Civilization,” a sequel to the long-out-of-print “Malls Across America” book

Michael Galinsky's 2011 photo-book "Malls Across America" went out of print quickly and now sells for upwards of $1000/copy; Galinsky is now kickstarting a sequel, The Decline of Mall Civilization, featuring 112 pages of images of American malls from 1989.

The book is a $44 hardcover, with delivery planned before Christmas 2019. It's $70 for ...