On a 0% cloud cover morning, the most interesting thing about the sunrise was how it shone through the state capitol building.

  I know it doesn't show too clearly, but it's the best I could do.  The time was 7:04.  Write about anything you want in the comments. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse

An atmospheric old Japanese tourist spot in the fog

Back in September of last year I posted a very similar series of photos, but they were all in black and white as it’s how I envisaged the results when shooting. Thinking about the area recently, however, I decided to go back to the images and see what I thought of them in colour. Unsurprisingly they’re very similar, and yet at the same time they do feel quite different, so deciding which set I prefer is proving extremely difficult. Not that it matters in the slightest I suppose. It’s all incredi...
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James Van Der Beek & Wife Kimberly Welcome Baby No. 6 After Heartbreaking Miscarriages

James Van Der Beek took to Instagram to announce the joyous news that he and his wife Kimberly welcomed son Jeremiah after ‘experiencing late term pregnancy loss’ twice, which a was cau… #kimberlywelcomebaby #jamesvanderbeek #jeremiah
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Meta Delays Encrypted Messages on Facebook and Instagram To 2023

The owner of Facebook and Instagram is delaying plans to encrypt users' messages until 2023 amid warnings from child safety campaigners that its proposals would shield abusers from detection. From a report: Mark Zuckerberg's social media empire has been under pressure to abandon its encryption plans, which the UK home secretary, Priti Patel, has described as "simply not acceptable." The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has said private messaging is the "frontlin...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, Instagram, Tech, Meta, Sunday Telegraph, Zuckerberg, Facebook And Instagram, Priti Patel, Antigone Davis

Linda Evangelista says CoolSculpting left her disfigured. Five women say it happened to them too

A doctor holds the instrument used in CoolSculpting.Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images CoolSculpting has been sold as a quick and easy route to a slimmer silhouette. Supermodel Linda Evangelista filed a lawsuit in September saying CoolSculpting left her disfigured due to an adverse reaction known as PAH. Sometimes called the "stick of butter effect," PAH may be more common than people think. Insider talked to women who experienced it.  For the last decade, CoolSculpting has been m...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, New York, Science, News, Instagram, Medicine, Obesity, California, Trends, Body Image, Fat, Plastic Surgery, Khloe Kardashian, Diana, Fda

Astounding forced perspective photographs

We've all tried fun forced perspective photographs to give the illusion that we're holding up the St. Louis Gateway Arch or crushing someone's head between our fingers, but Lisbon, Portugal-based photographer Hugo Suíssas elevates the technique to fine art. "What inspires me in life as an artist is to know that art and ideas are able to produce miracles," Suíssas has said. — Read the rest
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How Tottenham duo trolled Sergio Reguilon after goal

Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilon was trolled by two of his club teammates following his goal on Sunday. Sergio Reguilon scores vs Leeds Antonio Conte is, of course, synonyms with attacking wing-backs. The Italian uses a back-five formation, but his wing-backs are almost always very attack-minded and can often rack up very impressive goal and assist records.We would see this at Inter Milan with Achraf Hakimi and at Chelsea with Marcos Alonso.Now, at Tottenham, Conte is once again using a b...
Tags: London, Instagram, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, Spurs, Tottenham, Leeds United, Juventus, Inter Milan, Leeds, Dele Alli, London England, Antonio Conte

Kinderschutz Schweiz: Privacy Playground

On the International Day of Children's Rights on November 20th, Child Protection Switzerland launched the PRIVACY PLAYGROUND to draw attention to the dangers of “sharenting” (“to share” / “parenting”). Stickers with cute motifs are attached to slides, climbing frames and swings. These contain a QR code that triggers push notifications on the smartphone as soon as the parents take a picture of their child. As cute or funny as children’s photos are, posting them can be dangerous...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Switzerland, Kinderschutz Schweiz

Episode #124: The Holiday Decor Debate

This week, we are chatting about the best time to put up holiday decor (and if it’s alright to intermingle with Thanksgiving). Elsie gives an Elf-on-the-Shelf pep talk for all the tired moms out there, and we answer a listener’s question about our favorite experience-based gifts to give. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . A big than...
Tags: Halloween, Podcast, New York, Pinterest, Instagram, Etsy, David, Missouri, Tennessee, Oscar, Happy Holidays, Celebrate, Kim, Jeremy, Santa, Jackie

Facebook Delays Plans to Use End-to-End Encryption As Default for Messenger and Instagram Messages Until at Least 2023

Facebook, now rebranded to "Meta," is delaying plans to use end-to-end encryption for Messenger and Instagram messages until at least 2023, a year later than the previous deadline promised by the social media behemoth. Writing in The Telegraph, Meta's head of global safety, Antigone Davis, said that the company is pushing back its deadline to roll out end-to-end encryption as the default for billions of Messenger and Instagram users until "sometime in 2023." Meta claims this delay is meant t...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Facebook Messenger, Davis, Meta, Antigone Davis, Facebook Messenger Instagram, Signal Telegram, Facebook Delays Plans, Telegraph Meta

Did Prince George take part in this fun Christmas tradition?

The royal family's official Instagram account shared a recipe from its chefs for a...
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How to turn a Live Photo into a video

When you shoot an iPhone Live Photo, it captures 1.5 seconds before and after you tap the shutter. We show you how to convert that photo into a video.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Mobile, Photography, Trends, How-to, Apple Live Photos

The 27-year-old founder of a Gen-Z focused media platform is on track to make more than $1 million in revenue next year

Pavel Dler is the CEO and founder of media org Culted.Pavel Dler Pavel Dler is the founder and director of the Gen Z-focused media organization Culted. Culted has netted more than six figures in revenue this year and has 11 million monthly viewers on its Instagram account. This is part of Insider's entrepreneur series Star, Rising which highlights early entrepreneurs. Name: Pavel Dler Age: 27Location: London, England Business: Culted, an arts and culture media organization focused on Gene...
Tags: London, Instagram, Trends, Nike, Huawei, Gucci, Ross, London England, Central Saint Martins, Balenciaga, Phil Knight, University of Arts London, Gen Zers, Matthew Needham, Toby Ross, Dominic Madori Davis

Your Instagram and Facebook Messenger chats aren't going to be encrypted like WhatsApp until 2023, Meta says

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.REUTERS/Yuri Gripas Facebook, now Meta, announced in 2019 it would end-to-end encrypt messages on all its platforms. But it won't now finish doing this until 2023, its global safety chief told The Sunday Telegraph. Meta has faced political pressure to provide law enforcement with ways to evade encryption. Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, won't finish making your chats on Facebook Messenger and Instagram end-to-end encrypted until 2023, according t...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, News, Instagram, Privacy, Trends, Whatsapp, End-to-end Encryption, Facebook Messenger, Davis, Meta, The Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Priti Patel, Tech Insider

What I Learned from Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner

We’re mixing up Bible Study Mondays a bit today! Here’s a timely story by Aliza Latta, as published in Week 4 of Courageous Kindness! Scroll down for the usual reflection questions, video, and more. “What do you think? Which of the three became a neighbor to the man attacked by robbers?” “The one who treated him kindly,” the religion scholar responded. Jesus said, “Go and do the same.” Luke 10:36–37 (MSG) I was about to cook my first turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. It felt like a big deal. I had...
Tags: Instagram, Thanksgiving, Inspiration, Jesus, Luke, Mara, Cho, Aliza, Aliza Latta, Becky Keife, Lucretia Berry, Courageous Kindness, Bible Study Mondays, Anna Joy, Becky Lucretia, Mara Maybe

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