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theweekmagazine:

The classic iPod is dead
Sep 12, 2014 / 489 notes
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helloyoucreatives:

Yeah, baby. Yeah. 
Sep 9, 2014 / 83 notes

helloyoucreatives:

Yeah, baby. Yeah. 

thegentlemansarmchair:

Robots Have Questions Too
Aug 26, 2014 / 362 notes
newsweek:

United States copyright regulators are agreeing with Wikipedia’s conclusion that a monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted by a nature photographer whose camera was swiped by the ape in the jungle. The animal’s selfie went viral. The US Copyright Office, in a 1,222-page report discussing federal copyright law, said that a “photograph taken by a monkey” is unprotected intellectual property. 

Monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted, US regulators say | Ars Technica

This will split opinions. The photographer built up trust with the monkey group for weeks before this shot was possible.
Aug 26, 2014 / 1,018 notes

newsweek:

United States copyright regulators are agreeing with Wikipedia’s conclusion that a monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted by a nature photographer whose camera was swiped by the ape in the jungle. The animal’s selfie went viral. The US Copyright Office, in a 1,222-page report discussing federal copyright law, said that a “photograph taken by a monkey” is unprotected intellectual property.

Monkey’s selfie cannot be copyrighted, US regulators say | Ars Technica

This will split opinions. The photographer built up trust with the monkey group for weeks before this shot was possible.

Aug 17, 2014 / 528 notes

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helloyoucreatives:

The blind photographer

Jul 21, 2014 / 461 notes

thegetty:

The moon was visible, yet unreachable by keen astronomers like John herschel in the late 19th century. This photograph is actually of a detailed papier-mâché model of a moon crater. 

Moon Crater, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.

Jul 21, 2014 / 391 notes

thegetty:

We went to the moon in 1969.

But humans have been looking at and recording Earth’s moon for centuries and centuries.

The Creation of the Sun, Moon, and Stars,about 1250-1260, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Two Diagrams with the Sun and the Moon, after 1277, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Mantel Clock, about 1790-1800, Movement by Nicolas-Alexandre Folin; enamel plaques by Georges-Arien Merlet. J. Paul Getty Museum.
Moon Landscape, late 1850s, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.