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27 July 2017

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at photo-multigraphs, deleted protest photos, iOS 11's new document scanner, transparency and SD memory cards.

  • Connecticut College art history and anthropology professor Charles Steiner collected a few Photo-Multigraphs. "By exposing a person's face from every angle, the photo-multigraph was touted as a system which would enable 'us to see ourselves as others see us.'" Now that's what you call a selfie.
  • In ACLU Objects After Capitol Hill Police Tell Journalists to Delete Protest Photos, Julia Conley reports "Capitol Police demanded that photos of the protests and arrests be deleted." The ACLU reminded photojournalists in a tweet, "Police may not delete photographs without a warrant, period."
  • AppleInsider goes Hands-on with iOS 11's new Document Scanner. The Notes app will automatically sense and scan documents, make crops and adjust image settings to remove tilt and glare:
  • In Transparency Isn't Always So Clear, Derrick Story reflects on what it takes to be a success. It's "a ladder with many rungs. And one of them is being sincere. Sincerity leads to trust."
  • Jeff Carlson tells you everything you need to know about SD Memory Cards. Briefly, too.

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