Update 7/1/16: Facebook has confirmed there is no way to disable the Slideshow feature.
The New York Times Magazine has a wonderful slideshow of locations that some of the world's best photographers go to vacation. It's a delightful look at how creative minds approach their immediate surroundings, when not shackled by professional constraints.
Of course the year's best photos can't all come from the same place, but with photographers all over the world Reuters certainly gets some amazing stuff. And it's kind of cool to watch three minutes that visually sum up 2013.
It ain't easy being the leader of the free world. This is true on the face of the President of the United States of America Barack Obama and all the previous Presidents as well. Once you land the gig of head American honcho, the hair starts going gray, the wrinkles start getting deeper and life looks like it has…
You know who sucks at math? Almost everyone, that's who. Newsflash: the majority of humans do not do math because they love and excel at it. We mostly dislike it and are bad at it to boot.
Jonathan Harchick has created what is likely the world's longest YouTube video. It's 571 minutes long and takes over 23 days to watch.
Stretching through the summer and into the fall, regions of China including Jiujiang, Sichuan, Wuhan and more were hit with devastating floods. Here are some incredible images of how the water has changed the landscape in those places. [Cinaoggi]
Here is another concept from Fujitsu that will probably never see the light of day. Referred to as the Sideshow, essentially it's a (Vista, duh) media pad for your notebook that doesn't require you to flip it open, revealing your Barnie/pornographic/Barnie pornographic wallpaper to the world.