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Hackers have no right to steal private images of celebrities

With my job as a cartoonist and columnist for one the nation's biggest newspapers comes a modicum of minor celebrity, but I can't imagine a big market for naked pictures of myself. This is not the case for true celebrities, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst, Kim Kardashian and …

Celebrity Gossip

One of the Most Important Lessons Dr. Maya Angelou Ever Taught Oprah

<i>Editor's note: We were deeply saddened to learn of Dr. Maya Angelou's passing. The following is from her June 1997 appearance on</i> The Oprah Winfrey …

What It Takes to Be a Fully Present Parent

All parents make unconscious mistakes, especially when they're feeling stressed, fatigued or simply overwhelmed, clinical psychologist Dr. Shefali …

Art Theft: The Last Unsolved Nazi Crime

As Germany unearths troves of artwork seized by the Nazis during World War II, murky restitution laws make it difficult to repay an egregious debt to art collectors' families.<p>Earlier this month, a spectacular cache of more than 1,400 artworks surfaced in Germany—works that had been unknown to the …

The Nazi Art Theft Crisis in Europe

Portrait of Amalie Zuckerkandl by Gustav Klimt<p>In the past few weeks, a Gustav Klimt portrait hanging in a show at London’s National Gallery was …

George Clooney's Nazi art theft film attacked for ignoring real-life British war hero

Nearly 70 years after his death on the battle front protecting works of art, the extraordinary and largely untold story of Ronald Balfour – a shy but extremely brave Cambridge academic who is honoured in Germany but forgotten in his own country – is beginning to emerge.<p>But with a major George …

Computer Programming Bootcamp Is A New Way To Change Your Career Practically Overnight

Do you hate your job? Do you want a career change for whatever reason?<p>If so, you might feel like you have to stick it out, because living with no …

Coding for technophobes: how to teach the new computing curriculum

The ICT curriculum is changing. For a start, it has a new name: computing. The hope is that the new curriculum will equip children with the skills they need to become active participants of this fast-paced digital world.<p>Some teachers are understandably apprehensive about teaching skills such as …

Computer Programming Used To Be Women’s Work

Today, the computer programming field is dominated by men. But that wasn’t always the case. In fact, for a long time, computer programming was a …

Still Life Photography

In today’s photo tip, we begin a study of still life photography techniques. We’ll start out with a still life photography definition that will …

Photography Tips

The Big Idea: Why Forgeries Are Great Art

<b>What’s your big idea?</b><p>Art is in the business of anxiety. For well over a century, artists have been trying to rile us, making us question ourselves …

Boston art heist: FBI says it has solved mystery of $500m theft

The FBI says it has solved the decades-old mystery of who stole $500m (£330m) worth of art from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, but it is withholding the identities of the thieves, adding a further twist to the largest property heist in US history.<p>On the 23rd anniversary of the theft, …

Still Unsolved: Largest Art Theft in History

<b>Still Unsolved: 23 Years Ago Today – Largest Art Theft in History</b> <br>There is nothing like a good mystery to awaken your creativity. This one happened …

How WWII Soldiers Saved Italy’s Art From the Nazis

The Second World War altered the map of Europe, and redistributed art on an unprecedented scale. But few people know the astonishing extent of art …

Rotterdam Art Heist: Stolen Masterpieces Likely Incinerated

The whereabouts of valuable paintings stolen from the Rotterdam Kunsthal museum last year have long been uncertain, despite the arrest of the alleged …

Dutch Art Theft Of 2012 To Become A Movie: Predictions Welcome!

<i>Today, the Romanian director Tudor Giurgiu announced plans to adapt the story of last year's insane multimillion dollar art theft in the Netherlands for the big screen. In anticipation, we've reprinted our 2012 map of movies the Dutch robbers seem to have studied up on before looting the Kunsthal,</i> …

Three Romanians plead guilty in 2012 Rotterdam art theft

Three Romanians pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing seven works of art from a museum in the Netherlands in 2012, according to reports.<p>The theft, which netted valuable works by Monet, Matisse, Gaugin, Picasso, Lucian Freud and Meijer de Haan, occurred last October at the Kunsthal museum in …

Lost Nazi art: Unknown Chagall among paintings in Munich flat

Art experts in Germany have identified previously-unknown paintings by Chagall, Matisse and Canaletto among the 1,406 works found in the flat of an elderly recluse<p>A treasure trove of art including previously unknown works by Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, Gustave Courbet, Otto Dix, Frank Marc and …

Flickr adds Pinterest opt-out code to copyrighted photos

Photo-sharing site Flickr has added Pinterest's new opt-out code to all Flickr pages with copyrighted or protected images, according to a VentureBeat story published Friday night.<p>Yahoo-owned Flickr did not immediately return an e-mail seeking confirmation on the move, but the site reportedly told …

Jacques Lowe: the JFK photographer who lost his life's work on 9/11

What do you do when, as a photographer, you are told your image archive is so precious that it's uninsurable? The answer for Jacques Lowe, whose images helped create the legend of John F Kennedy, was to store them in JP Morgan's seemingly impregnable vault in Tower 5 of New York's World Trade …

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You might find one of the following links useful:<p>You can also try to <b>search for the page you were looking for</b>:<p><b>You may not be able to find the page you</b> …

Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp.

<i>Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp.</i>, 36 F. Supp. 2d 191 (S.D.N.Y. 1999), was a decision by the United States District Court for the Southern …

New From ARL: Digital Image Collections and Services (SPEC Kit #335)

SPEC Kit 335 <i>(Digital Image Collections and Services)</i> has been published by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL).<p>SPEC Kits are fee-based …

When there's money to be made, who owns the rights to your image on the Internet?

The Technoviking is back in the news. The muscular man with the pigtail and the Thor's hammer pendant, who thrilled the world seven years ago when he showed up in a short candid video, dancing in the street, is now suing the video's maker. The man – whose real name, strangely, no one seems to know …

Courtney Love loses rights to Kurt Cobain's image

Courtney Love is no longer the keeper of Kurt Cobain's public image, according to a report. Publicity rights for the late Nirvana singer's estate are reported to have passed from his widow to his 19-year-old daughter, Frances Bean Cobain.<p>In 2010, Love apparently stepped down as manager of the …