Saturday, January 08, 2011


TBRs weekly feature of stories you may have missed and a few favorite photos. The photos are from The New York Times feature, New Street Photography, 60 Years Old. The photo where taken by Vivian Maier in the 1950s and 1960s. The subject of the photos are as follows:

1. Canada (Year Unknown)
2. New York (1953)
3. Chicago (1968)
4. Florida (1960)

For more of the photos, check out New Street Photography, 60 Years Old. [The New York Times]

1. [The New York Times]
2. Jerry Brown to California: 'Here I come (right back where I started from)'. [PBS NewsHour]
3. 2010 predictions from 1989: The Duchess of York never made it to the Moon. [The Telegraph - UK]
4. The first obstacle to Sensible Eating: Information overload. [Slate]
5. Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators Overused. (Text & Video) [ABC News]

6. How Not to Cry at Work. [Bloomberg BusinessWeek]
7. A son confronts Gender Identity and a mother grieves. [The New York Times]
8. State of Virginia revokes Awesome License Plate. [Neatorama]
9. The best Movie Posters of 2010. [Gawker]
10. More young people are winding up in nursing homes. [The Washington Post from AP]

11. Sex Toy rigged with Bomb is World's Worst Christmas Present. [Gawker]
12. Hitler-mocking Dog enraged Nazis, docs show. [CBS News]
13. The Internet's 20 hottest Search Trends in 2010. [The Daily Beast]
14. Apple facing class action suit over iOS data collection. [Ars Technica]
15. Americans blame Wall Street Bankers, Obama picks Banker as Top Advisor. [FireDogLake]

16. Ted Nugent 'loves' Sarah Palin, but wouldn't vote for her for President (Text & Video). [TV Squad]
17. Testicles could offer diabetes treatment. [Australian Broadcasting Corporation]
18. Saccharin's mostly sweet following. [Los Angeles Times]
19. 10 most Hopeful Stories of 2010. [Yes Magazine]
20. Divers say they've found shipwreck from 1811. [MSNBC]

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