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Canon 6D and 5DMk3 Noise Comparison for High-ISO Long Exposures

Astrophotography enthusiast Don Marcotte wanted to find out whether the Canon 6D or Canon 5D Mark III was more suitable for his area of photography, …

Was Titanic inquiry scuppered by the Freemasons?

A new secret archive shows a high level of masonic involvement in the inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic<p>The inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic may have been influenced by the Freemasons, new evidence suggests.<p>“The Titanic inquiry in Britain was branded a ‘whitewash’ because it exonerated …

2016 Audi S7

A favorite gets better.<p>The Audi S7 gives such a great first impression that it could sell shares in Halliburton to Bernie Sanders. It’s exceptionally handsome, as any executive-class four-door ought to be, and it feels like an ingot on wheels. It will recalibrate a driver’s sense of what the words …

How To Unfriend A Friend

no ghosting, like, ever.<p>Out of all the things you learn in school, basic human relations is not one of them. Sure, you can recite the Pythagorean Theorem, but can you break up with a friend? Unless you've had to deal with it first hand, those life lessons fall by the wayside until, well, you’re …

Change Management Meets Social Media

While change is often in the best long-term interest of a company, it can wreak havoc on an organization’s people in the near term. Periods of change on a grand scale – crises, mergers and acquisitions, mass layoffs – can especially erode employee engagement, loyalty, and trust. In most cases, the …

Reading Cat and Dog Body Language

<b>Lying belly up:</b> A dog is likely to lie on his back as a submissive greeting behavior or as a way to get his belly rubbed by someone he's close to. A …