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Twitter adds photo galleries

Aug 23, 2011
"Remember when Twitter used to be about WORDS?"...
Posted In: photography, pictures, Twitter

TROLLFOOT

Aug 18, 2011
Going down the rabbit hole that is the Internet last night, producer Marc Sanchez found Danny DeVito's Yfrog account. It's full of photos of his...
Posted In: photography, trollfoot

Listen closely and you can hear the sobs of third party Twitter photo companies

Aug 10, 2011
That's because Twitter just launched its own photo service, allowing you to insert pictures in your tweets. The photos will appear as links...
Posted In: photography, photos, Twitter

A camera that can focus after the shot is taken

Jun 22, 2011
What the huh?! Yeah, I'm still trying to grasp this one myself. Lytro is a Silicon Valley startup that's set to announce today a consumer camera...
Posted In: cameras, light field, photography

Facebook to launch photo sharing app?

Jun 15, 2011
TechCrunch is all in a lather about a series of screen shots of what they say is an impending Facebook photo sharing app. Facebook gets 6 billion...
Posted In: apps, Facebook, photography, social networking

It's now against the law in Tennessee to put disturbing photos online

Jun 9, 2011
Tennessee's Gov. Bill Haslam signed off on the law last week. It updates a law already on the books that bans people from making phone calls and...
Posted In: photography, tennessee

Twitter is about to launch its own picture sharing service

May 31, 2011
There are already a few services Twitterers can use to quickly and easily share their daily snapshots but this one will operate within the walls of...
Posted In: copyright, photography, Twitter

The kissing men have returned to Facebook

Apr 19, 2011
A quick update on a story from yesterday. A picture of two men kissing that was removed from Facebook has apparently been restored. The photo was...
Posted In: Facebook, photography

Scientists use sensors to get close-ups of wild animals; now you can see all this online

Feb 28, 2011
The Smithsonian has launched a new website that features more than 200,000 photos taken by researchers from automated cameras. The cameras have...
Posted In: animals, Entertainment, photography, Science, smithsonian, social media, Web Culture

Whither Flickr

Jan 31, 2011
The New York Times has a think piece about the possibly bleak future of the Yahoo-Flickr partnership. Traffic on the site is down, which, combined...
Posted In: Facebook, flickr, photography, social media, someone's grandma's got a gun, Web Culture, Yahoo

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