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Our man at the Oxford English Dictionary enjoys the last word

The Third Edition is some 18 years behind schedule, but then one doesn’t like to rush these things, says the outgoing chief editor<p>John Simpson is a fairly normal human being who shaves in the morning, doesn’t wear a black velvet four-cornered cap and can use snappy sentences to get his point …

Top 40 things the internet has killed off

Following the announcement that New Zealand's postal service is to run only three days a week in most areas due to the dominance of email over the traditional letter, we take a look at other victims of the internet age<p>Following on from our <b>comprehensive 2009 list</b>, The Telegraph presents the 2013 …

Facebook-Based Greeting Card App Cleverbug Rebrands As CleverCards, Adds Gift Products & More

The holiday greeting card season is nearly upon us, and today another company going after this market, Cleverbug, is relaunching its mobile application under new branding (“CleverCards”), with a boatload of other features in tow, including a new address book called CleverBook, added support for …

The Telegraph

Early 20th Century Paris In Amazing Color

Before the days of Photoshop, Instagram filters and instant home-editing software, there was little that could be done to adequately convey the …

Amazing

Evening Take-Off

Eric Cohler Star Flush-Mount Light

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The voices behind Disney's best characters through history

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Cuban Time Travel

Phil MacHugh at The Royal National Mod: Everyone's a winner as youngsters hit the high notes

TRADITIONALLY ‘Monday at the Mod’ is a showcase for young people learning the language to compete in oral, choral and solo competitions as Phil found …

iPad Art: Riddick

Here’s another fine example of fantastic iPad art, to brighten up the middle of the week. This one is simply titled ‘Riddick’. It’s the work of Rafael Co, who is a big favorite of mine and whose work has been featured here often.<p>This iPad painting was created with a movie poster as the reference …

Film Posters

The 24 Most Adorable Kids Halloween Costumes

As we continue on the hunt for the perfect Halloween costume, we turn our attention to adorable costumes for kids. Little ones have it pretty good in the costume department, mostly because they can turn even the more grown-up costumes (read: Lady Gaga or Edward Scissorhands) into absolute cuteness. …

See a Map of the World Revealing Each Country’s Most Visited Website

An impressive 62 countries count on Google, with Facebook coming in first for 50 other countries. Together, these two websites constitute true global …

Geography

Eating out in Japanese: a guide to Japan's restaurants

The Japanese love to eat out, and the profusion of culinary options, even in the smallest towns, can be overwhelming. There’s something for every taste and budget, from humble slurp-and-go noodle stands, to refined traditional eateries serving seasonal fare. With Japan’s range of dishes and cooking …

Japan

The Best Pizza In 10 Big Cities Around The US

In celebration of National Pizza Month, the editors at Zagat shared the best pizza joints in 10 big cities around the U.S.<p>From Atlanta to Washington, D.C., here are some epically delicious pies.

National Geographic magazine turns 125

National Geographic magazine celebrates its 125th anniversary with a special October issue devoted to photography. Above is a selection of images from the upcoming edition. Read more about “The Power of Photography.” Coinciding with this, the magazine has launched a new photo blog, “Proof,” that …

Honey Pumpkin Biscuits

<i>Beth Kirby of Local Milk carries her Southern heritage -- and the ingredients, dishes, and recipes that come with it -- with her wherever she goes. Every other Monday, that place is here.</i><p><i>Today: If you're going to stray from a traditional buttermilk biscuit, this is the way to do it.</i><p>I’m a buttermilk …

Autumn in the United States

See photos of autumn in the U.S., including maple trees and other fall leaves, in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

So what the heck is wearable tech, anyway?

Deep in a dimly lit audience in New York City, I sat watching a presenter show a slide reading, "Challenges for High Performance Wearable Solutions."<p>Of all the challenges listed -- battery life, processor power, connectivity, developing compelling applications -- one was left out: who, exactly, …

What an eyeful: the world's most beautiful buildings

Straight away we'll say that this isn't a top 10 list. There are just far too many styles of buildings, each worthy of a top 50: sacred buildings, homes, skyscrapers, theatres...<p>Instead, this is a list showing the variety of architectural beauty across the globe - and pointing you in the direction …

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A brief, complete history of the gummi bear

Hans Riegel, chief executive of the German confectionary company Haribo, died of heart failure today at the age of 90 in Bonn, according to a statement from the company. Riegel, along with his brother Paul, built the small candy company founded by their father—also named Hans—in 1920 into a global …

Made in America