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What to do when you see your friend texting while driving

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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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bobbycaputo:

The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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bobbycaputo:

The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
(Continue Reading)
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bobbycaputo:

The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera
Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 
(Continue Reading)
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The Ultimate Big Brother: Images of a Small, Midwest Community Captured Through Their Own Security Camera

Some one is always watching. Whether built into an ATM or mounted alongside intersection lights to catch traffic violators, surveillance cameras have become a ubiquitous presence in contemporary society. Andrew Hammerand explores notions of privacy, security and anonymity in his series The New Town. Accessing a publicly available, networked CCTV camera installed atop a church, Hammerand becomes the ultimate Big Brother, using the device to capture fuzzy images of a small Midwest community and its unsuspecting townspeople. 

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Reddit’s new official app is the best way to read AMAs Reddit’s AMA (Ask Me Anything) section is one of the most popular areas of the site, but the Q&As themselves can be a little difficult to read — not every question gets answered, other users jump in with their own thoughts, and threads can quickly balloon out of control. Now Reddit has addressed the issue by releasing a free mobile app that streamlines the reading process and makes for a much better experience overall.
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Reddit’s new official app is the best way to read AMAs
Reddit’s AMA (Ask Me Anything) section is one of the most popular areas of the site, but the Q&As themselves can be a little difficult to read — not every question gets answered, other users jump in with their own thoughts, and threads can quickly balloon out of control. Now Reddit has addressed the issue by releasing a free mobile app that streamlines the reading process and makes for a much better experience overall.

"Don’t take a nude pic if you’re a famous woman and don’t want it leaked."

mysharona1987:

"Don’t wear a hoodie if you don’t want to be mistaken for a criminal and shot."

"Don’t get drunk at a party if you don’t want to be sexually assaulted."

"Don’t argue with a cop if you don’t want to get killed."

"Don’t walk home by yourself if you don’t want to get raped."

Victim blaming 101: Everyone should live in fear from ever doing anything.

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This is Martha, the last Passenger Pigeon. She died on September 1, 1914 in the Cincinnati Zoo. Shortly thereafter, her body was packed in ice and sent by railroad to Washington, DC, to become a part of the National Museum of Natural History’s collection as a lasting legacy of the harm that can be done to the natural world by humans. Just decades prior, the Passenger Pigeon was the most abundant bird in North America. The disappearance of the species helped ignite the modern conservation movement.

For the Centennial of her death, Martha was recently brought out for display and is currently on view in the exhibition Once There Were Billions, Vanished Birds of North America. Sponsored by the Smithsonian Libraries in partnership with the National Museum of Natural History and the Biodiversity Heritage Library, the exhibition tells the story of the last Passenger Pigeon, a member of a species that once numbered in the billions, along with the disappearance of the Great Auk, Carolina Parakeet, and Heath Hen. These extinctions reveal the fragile connections between species and their environment. 

The Smithsonian Libraries, National Museum of Natural History, and the Biodiversity Heritage Library will be hosting a Twitter Chat on September 2, 2014 from 2-3 pm Eastern Time. This is your chance to ask questions about the Passenger Pigeon, extinction, and biodiversity literature.

Follow @SILibraries, @NMNH, and @BioDivLibrary and use the hashtag #Martha100 to tweet your questions.

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      [social sandbox] How to Construct Advanced Twitter Searches During Breaking News

socialmediadesk:

Morning everyone,

Are you reading these journalism listservs and Facebook groups? (Any missing?)

71 ways to get paid for content online.  - a Twitter list/musing by David Plotz

A fun little Facebook insight from Mel Goh: “Twasn’t our crew that did it, but a mystery post went up a little while ago on our FB page, with a simple little message: “Ty” The post gathered nearly 500 comments before we spotted it. A lot of them were pretty hilarious, so Camila just thanked folks and asked them to keep going. Might be worth a mention in Sandbox, because it makes me want to play more fill-in-the-blank games with the audience. —Mel” (See here and here for examples from us.)

And from Deb Amos: “On my public page - I posted a story about Angelina Jolie using her wedding to make a political statement about Syrian refugees. Within 48 hours - the post has 12k visits.”

Advanced ways of searching Twitter or Tweetdeck during Breaking News / Elections / Awards Ceremonies / etc.

(via Ari Shapiro and Rich Preston

You can use Tweetdeck and/or Twitter to construct advanced searches during breaking news. If you use Tweetdeck you can copy and paste the search strings into Tweetdeck searches. If you use Twitter, use the URL and write in the hashtags you wish to search for.

1. Tweets about a certain hashtag which have been retweeted 30 times or more:

Tweetdeck Search string: (#HASHTAG1 OR #HASHTAG2 OR #HASHTAG3) min_retweets:30

Link: https://twitter.com/search?f=realtime&q=%28%23HASHTAG1%20OR%20%23HASHTAG2%20OR%20%23HASHTAG3%29%20min_retweets%3A30&src=typd (replace HASHTAG1, HASHTAG2, and HASHTAG3 with your hashtags.)

2. Tweets about a certain hashtag from verified accounts:

Tweetdeck Search string: (#HASHTAG1 OR #HASHTAG2 OR #HASHTAG3) filter:verified

Link: https://twitter.com/search?f=realtime&q=%23HASHTAG1%20OR%20%23HASHTAG2%20OR%20%23HASHTAG3%20%20filter%3Averified&src=typd (replace HASHTAG1, HASHTAG2, and HASHTAG3 with your hashtags.)

3. Tweets about a certain hashtag from a certain list of people

Tweetdeck Search string: list:account/list-name AND (#HASHTAG1 OR #HASHTAG2 OR #HASHTAG3

https://twitter.com/search?f=realtime&q=list%3Anprnews%2Fnpr-people%20AND%20%28%23HASHTAG1%20OR%20%23HASHTAG2%20OR%20%23HASHTAG3%29&src=typd

"Seventeen mysterious cellphone towers have been found in America which look like ordinary towers, and can only be identified by a heavily customized handset built for Android security – but have a much more malicious purpose, according to Popular Science. The fake ‘towers’ – computers which wirelessly attack cellphones via the “baseband” chips built to allow them to communicate with their networks, can eavesdrop and even install spyware, ESD claims. They are a known technology - but the surprise is that they are in active use. The towers were found by users of the CryptoPhone 500, one of several ultra-secure handsets that have come to market in the last couple of years, after an executive noticed his handset was “leaking” data regularly."