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It hasn't been a great year for birds, from the ongoing avian influenza crisis to other more subtle changes such as shifts in insect and fish availability resulting in smaller clutches and offspring. With two-thirds of North American species now threatened, predominantly as a direct result of climate change, there may not be a more fitting analogy than the canary in the coalmine in terms of what
London startup Photogram has announced the start of shipping to pre-order buyers of the Alice Camera – a Micro Four Thirds camera system with AI-driven computational photography that mounts to a smartphone running a companion app, for the best of both worlds.Continue ReadingCategory: Mobile Technology, TechnologyTags: Cameras, Micro Four Thirds, smartphones, Artificial Intelligence, Photography
With construction kicking off back in February, the addition of Starfactory will give Starbase an extra 100,000 square feet of factory floor dedicated to helping Elon Musk's SpaceX reach its extremely ambitious goal of producing one Starship every day.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: SpaceX, Elon Musk, Space exploration
In the last three articles in this series, I talked about my visits to Andasibe NP, where I shot lemurs and chameleons, and to Tsingy Rouge NP, where I shot beautiful formations made by erosion. I also talked about shooting sifaka lemurs and baobab trees in the Kirindy Forest reserve. This time, instead of discussing one spot, I'll present a series of locations I briefly visited on my way along t
Photo: Tucker BoweLeica has launched a new LUX app for iOS that's ostensibly intended to reach longstanding fans of the brand and endear a new generation of shooters to the photographic aesthetic of the iconic German camera company – or at least a digital approximation of it.The app's proprietary image processing engine can apply film emulation presets to existing photos in a similar fashion to F
the frank lloyd wright foundation partnered with seattle-based company lindal cedar homes to create this series of house kits. The post build your own frank lloyd wright house with this kit series by lindal cedar homes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the bridge showcases sculptural qualities, embodying tranquility and connection. The post pierre-alain dupraz’s lens captures iconic gateway of peace in geneva appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photo by Solen Feyissa on UnSplash The TikTok ‘100 Envelope’ budgeting method has become a popular approach to personal finance management, gaining traction on social media platforms like TikTok. While it’s a creative […] The post How to fix TikTik ‘100 envelope’ challenge appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Scientists have discovered that the ancient Egyptians may have had help building the pyramids after all – not from aliens, but a long-lost river. Evidence of a previously uncharted branch of the Nile has been found snaking along near dozens of pyramids, lending credence to the idea that blocks were floated to the work sites.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Archeology, River, Historic, Geolo
In the last two articles in this series, I wrote about my visits to Andasibe National Park, where I photographed lemurs and chameleons, and Tsingy Rouge National Park, where I saw beautiful erosion-formed formations. This time, I'd like to write about my visit to Kirindy Forest.A Verreaux's Sifaka, my favorite lemur species in Kirindy, feeding in a tree. The eyes on some of these lemur species ar is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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