Photographer Laurie Brown documents the edges of cities, where streets uncoil into the drought in the distance and pieces of suburban infrastructure reveal themselves like unnamed monuments on the periphery.
tumblr'd (tumbled?) and tweeted by Colonel Chris Hadfield, who's currently up on the ISS. At night, the city looks like some pool of molten metal, scalding the desert's surface, burning a hole straight to hell. And maybe that's not too far from the truth. [Col. Chris Hadfield] More »
the amazing place that sucks souls, wallets and dignities, is also really good at swallowing cell phones. Drunk, partying, WHOOPS. And whenever a phone is lost, people who use location services to find their lost phones always seem to track it back to the same place: Wayne Dobson's house. But the thing is, Wayne Dobson never stole a phone. Instead, a glitch with Sprint is making it appear as if their phone is inside Dobson's house—even if it's not. More »
CES—talking to thousands of people, handling hundreds of devices that countless others have touched, spending all your time going from taxi to casino to buffet along the Strip—it can leave you feeling incredibly grungy. More »