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80/366: view from the border

Another day comes to a gorgeous end. #ItsAmazingOutThere #sunsets 📷: @cwar5

Pictures of the day: 21 March 2016 - Telegraph

Eerie website reveals who has died in your home

Want to know who lived in your house before you did? Or even worse DIED in your home before you moved in?<p>Fear no more -- thanks to this eerie website, www.DiedInHouse.com -- the morbid truth will be revealed.<p>Founder Roy Condrey, who started the site based on his own first-hand experience, explained …

Horror

There's a slim chance the FBI will have to tell Apple how it'll break into terrorist's iPhone

If the FBI manages to break into a San Bernardino terrorist's iPhone, there's a tiny possibility it might be forced to tell Apple how it pulled off the hack.<p>The Obama administration adopted a little-known cybersecurity rule in 2010 called the "vulnerabilities equities process."<p>The rule kicks in …

ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE

Google makes its $149 Nik Collection of photography tools completely free

Google has dropped the price of the Nik Collection, a suite of seven desktop plug-ins aimed at advanced photographers, from $149 to nothing. The Nik Collection first came under Google's stewardship when the company bought German developer Nik for its mobile editing app Snapseed; Google later …

How Japanese Architects Rejected Starchitecture

When approached by MoMA for a solo exhibition, Toyo Ito said, “If you want to understand my architecture, you have to understand my peers.”<p>When MoMA approached Toyo Ito, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect known for creating conceptual architecture, for a solo show, he came back with an …

Once home to Vikings, #surfers now brave the icy waters of the #Lofoten islands seeking pristine #waves in #Unstad, which lies within the #Arctic Circle where water temperatures are around 42-45 degrees Fahrenheit. See more photos of the extreme surfers in #Norway through the link in our profile. (📷 @olivier.morin / @afpphoto) #surfing #arcticcircle #🏄🏼

10 Less Crowded Spring Break Beaches

<i>By Dalia Colon for the CheapTickets Travel Blog</i><p>Spring break means wet T-shirt contests, Jell-O shots and beaches so overrun that you can hardly take a selfie without being photobombed.<p>But it doesn't have to. This year, skip the usual spring break cliches by heading for one of these less-crowded …

3 Steps to Dressing Up Sweatpants

How I Got the Shot: Winning Underwater Photographer of the Year 2016

<b>Davide Lopresti</b> just won Underwater Photographer of the Year 2016 with what might, at first glance, seem like a strange Photoshop creation… but it’s …

This Home Near North America's Best Ski Spot Will Make You Want to Skip the Skiing

Clean lines and incredible views.<p><i>This article originally appeared on The Field, an online magazine devoted to good design and the great outdoors. If you like what you see, visit thefieldmag.com for more.</i><p>Take a look around pretty much any mountain resort town and you're bound to see an unsettling …

Pictures of the day: 10th March 2016 - Telegraph

GilBartolomé Architects creates cavernous "Gaudiesque" residence with a zinc-shingled roof

A wavy zinc-covered roof covers the front of this residence by Madrid practice GilBartolomé Architects, which is dug into a steep cliff face …

How 'Rocket League' combined cars with soccer to create video game magic

Dave Hagewood didn't set out to create the next big thing in electronic sports. Ten years ago he simply envisioned a game in which cars did crazy things.<p>Cars with rockets on them.<p>The result was the breakout independent game of 2015, "Rocket League."<p>The key to its success was one simple addition to …

7 Garden Ideas to Get You Ready for Spring

Is it just us or is spring in the air? It’s getting a bit warmer, and that renewing feeling we get as winter lifts is starting. We’re getting …

The Embrace

How to Swap Facebook Reactions for Emojis of Your Choice

It's so easy.<p>Not everyone was impressed when Facebook rolled out its Reactions — a lineup of six emojis each expressing different emotions, like love, anger, or amusement.<p>To be fair, six emotions is pretty measly. We're complex creatures, don't you know? So I was stoked to find out that you can now …

The Incredibly Real Beauty of Nature’s Explosive Power

Picture Stories<p>Sergio Tapiro has been photographing the Colima volcano outside his home town of Colima, Mexico, for the past 14 years. “One of the lessons I have learned from this volcano is if you want to take a good picture you have to know your subject—you have to study, to read, to see, and …

Latin America

The Bass Rock

Pictures of the day: 18 February 2016 - Telegraph

Facebook's Live Video is rolling out internationally

While Facebook Live Video has been around for a couple of months now, access has been reserved for celebrities, verified profiles, and users in the US. International users won't have long to wait, however, because the social network has confirmed it's begun rolling out the feature globally. The …

Facebook launches new website to help nonprofits master the platform

Connecting with supporters in the social sphere just got a little easier for nonprofits — at least on Facebook.<p>The social media giant announced a new …

The families trapped out in the cold by conflict and disaster – in pictures

Global development,Migration and development,Refugees,Internally displaced people,International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC),Charities,World news<p>In camps for refugees and other displaced people from Syria to Iraq, Greece to Nepal, the basic accommodation offers little protection for families …

Pictures of the day: 16 February 2016 - Telegraph

Digital Portraits Spotlight Haunting Imperfections in 3D Body Scans

It’s what’s missing from these scans that makes them beautiful.<p>We’re used to appreciating certain works with all of their unintended flaws. Though what exactly the Venus de Milo was doing with those arms of hers has been the subject much debate among art historians and archaeologists, these days …