Time Inc. said on Monday it would stop publishing Life, the iconic photography magazine that has been a weekly newspaper insert since 2004… Although April 20 will be Life’s last print issue, the brand name will survive on the Internet, Time Inc., a unit of Time Warner Inc., said in a statement… Time will make Life’s collection of 10 million images available online, with “the most important collection of imagery covering the events and people of the 20th century” available for free for personal use, it said (source)
Links of the day:
One: Mesmerizing photos overÂ at Shorpy, The 100 Year-Old Photo Blog.
Two: The supposed world’s highest man-made structure is the skywalk over the Grand Canyon. A unique photo-op, that I apparently won’t enjoy fully if and when given the chance, due to mild acrophobia (which wasÂ brutally challenged here).
Local, live-set informercial shows look insanely ludicrous for any skeptic consumer, but what if YOU see web celeb, half-Filipina model Leah Dizon gets a wee giddy using those head massagers? Oh, and did you know about her Japanese single/video yet? Man, you’re missing some (or I should get out more).
Over the course of four months before the defeat of the Japanese forces in March 1945, Mr [Akira] Makino cut open the bodies of ten Filipino prisoners, including two teenage girls. He amputated their limbs, and cut up and removed their healthy livers, kidneys, wombs and still beating hearts for no better reason than to improve his knowledge of anatomy [source]