For the latest mission at Improv Everywhere, a presenter at the TED conference has his talk interrupted by the Mac spinning wait cursor, commonly known as the “Spinning Beach Ball of Death.” As he stands awkwardly and waits, things get weird. If you like, hit the share button below.
While it’s true that The New York Times didn’t always use photos to best advantage, it was in the game beginning in 1896, when it first published an illustrated Sunday magazine. By the time of the First World War, readers were seeing extraordinary images every week of the conflict ravaging Europe. Early in the 20th century, The Times even had its own picture agency, Wide World Photos. If you're reading this on 3/3/12, you can view the site and rate it here or by clicking on the 'See Today's Site' graphic on the right. Otherwise, find it in our archive. Mike
This stunning time-lapse video puts you in the passenger seat of one man’s year-long adventure across 17 countries. You’ll see 6,237 pictures spliced together to create several gorgeous, fast-paced montages. San Francisco-based Kien Lam quit his job, started in London and then spent 343 days traversing the globe and snapping photos along the way. As told to Mashable, “To capture the spirit of the trip, I took time-lapse photographs at practically every city I traveled to