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Therapeutic Photography

Photography can be therapeutic. Sometimes you just need a “photo fix” when you “just gotta get out and make some pics.” It’s the good feeling you get …

Landscape Photography

10 Best Dressed: Week of August 10, 2015

Without question, the chicest wedding of the summer would have to be that of Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo over the past two weekends in Monaco and then Italy. From the bride’s regal Armani Privé chiffon confection to her new sister-in-law, Charlotte Casiraghi’s tiered Gucci floral frock, …

Re: If You Don’t Want Your Photos Stolen, Don’t Post Them on the Internet

“If you don’t want your photos stolen, don’t post them on the Internet.”<p>This is an argument I have heard over and over again, mostly from people who …

Fyuse is a ‘Spatial Photo’ App That Lets You Capture and Share Your World in 3D

Fyuse is a new “spatial photography” app that wants to be the Instagram of 3D photos. Capture a dynamic photo by moving your phone around during …

Tomorrow's @couriermail back page. Better day for the Aussies with Hazlewood and Smith standing tall to save the Test http://t.co/3U0QDbq11Z

Can you live a normal life with half a brain?

A few extreme cases show that people can be missing large chunks of their brains with no significant ill-effect – why? Tom Stafford explains what it tells us about the true nature of our grey matter.<p>How much of our brain do we actually need? A number of stories have appeared in the news in recent …

The Brain

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Instant joy! Print 2x3 inch photos directly from your phone with the Instax Printer.<p>Send your Xmas party guests home with their own momentos.

Christmas

Chair with Sexy Curves Constructed Entirely from Two Pieces of Plywood

This gracefully curving wooden chair is one of the latest pieces exquisitely crafted by designer Alejandro Estrada. The <i>Pipo Chair</i>, produced for sale by Guatemalan manufacturer Piegatto, was imagined to utilize wood as the sole material for the entire design.<p>Flaring out at the arms, the layers widen …

Furniture

Winds of Inspiration

Who Really Owns the North Pole?

Countries are looking at the long-term economic potential of the Arctic.<p>Just days before Christmas, Denmark has laid claim to an energy-rich but difficult-to-develop part of the world that's a fount of holiday lore: the North Pole.<p>The Arctic's fate will take years to decide, but it's attracted …

Nocookies

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Do methane 'burps' mean life on Mars? - CNN Video

The Praia do Norte beach in Portugal is known for its incredibly massive waves, so naturally, the spot attracts tons of surfers. Reuters photographer Rafael Marchante traveled to the iconic spot last...

The Praia do Norte beach in Portugal is known for its incredibly massive waves, so naturally, the spot attracts tons of surfers.<p>Reuters photographer …

Aquatic Sports

Monster Johnson goes missing

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Brisbane, 2nd day<p>Perhaps it is the death of Phillip Hughes, perhaps it is the heat, perhaps it is the absence of Ryan …

Test in the balance with captain's knock needed from Steve Smith

While the other Australian batsmen threw away starts, Smith played the offspin of Ravi Ashwin with supreme confidence, dancing down the track to hit …

Cricket in 2014: 10 memorable moments

1) Australia after Hughes’s death<p>The tragedy of Phillip Hughes’s death brought out the best in cricket. The whole of Australia mourned, it seemed, but so did the rest of the cricket world, not in a manner suggesting intrusion on to private grief, but as part of a wider family. Social media came …