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Burger King Explains Net Neutrality With Whoppers

. As with their thoughtful social experiment on bullying, an apparently woke Burger King brand addressed the confusing issue of Net Neutrality with Whoppers. In a frustrating but useful experiment, (actors posing as) employees served orders to (real) customers on a priority basis depending on how much the customer paid …

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Artist Rob Sheridan Shares How He Played a Role in Spreading the Infamous Dancing Baby Meme

In 1998, a 16 year old Rob Sheridan, a talented artist, photographer, former creative director for Nine Inch Nails and friend of Laughing Squid, sat down for an interview with local television station K5 in Seattle to talk about the website he made that was dedicated to the infamous “Dancing …

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Jump Start Your Photo Bucket List

What are the photographic dreams that you would like to fulfill? Have you ever thought of your photo bucket list of locations? Where in the world would you go? What would you want to see? I would like to take you on a tour of my five favorite dream adventure …

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Winter In Death Valley

  Death Valley Cactus at Sunrise Nikon D850, NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8 lens Earlier in January I was out in Las Vegas to speak on the Nikon stage at the CES expo (watch my taped presentation from Day 3 here), so I figured I’d take advantage of my time out that …

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People From Around the World Share How They Say ‘Cheers’ in Their Respective Native Languages

In a spirited episode of the Condé Nast Traveler series Many People from Many Countries Say Things, 70 different people from all over the world shared how they say “Cheers” in their native languages. While the words varied from country to country, the ritual of declaring a general toast aloud …

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Classic Books Adorned With Decorative Papercraft Versions of the Subject Described Within the Pages

A post shared by Kate Kato (@kasasagi.design) on Oct 18, 2017 at 12:16pm PDT Welsh artist Kate Kato of Kassagi Design creates really wonderful sculptures using old books and manuals and then adorning them with beautifully decorative papercraft version of the subject found within the pages. For example, The Observers …

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Former Police Officer Becomes an Active Air Rescue Specialist After His Retirement From the Force

A hero is something that I think I strive for everyday. I don’t think I will ever reach that goal. I think the challenge is in reaching for it, not achieving it The first episode in the second season of the AARP series Spinoffs features the very likable Dick Sine, …

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Perspective, A Whimsical Photo Series of Food, Flowers and Plants Distorted by Glasses of Water

A post shared by Suzanne Saroff (@hisuzanne) on Dec 17, 2017 at 1:39pm PST Photographer Suzanne Saroff has captured a unique way of viewing common sundries such as fruits, flowers, plants and a fish, with her whimsical series “Perspective“. To get that unique view, Saroff places the item(s) directly behind …

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Stunning Photos of a Beautiful Shepherd Dog Posing Happily With His Owl Friends

German photographer Tanja Brandt has captured the sheer beauty of unusual friendships with an absolutely stunning photo series featuring her beloved shepherd dog Ingo and his variety of feathered owl friends. Normally these species don’t interact together very much, but Brandt’s photos show that friendship can cross all sorts of …

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9th Annual Nature’s Colors Contest Winners

Congratulations to the winners and all of the finalists of our 9th Annual Nature’s Colors Photo Contest. Featured here are the Grand Prize, Second Place and Third Place winners. Click here to see all of the finalists. Grand Prize “Morning At The Elk Rut—Cataloochee Valley” by John Mariana The Cataloochee Valley …

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