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11 October 2018

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. This time we look at girls turning 18, giant puppets, Central Park statues, a Kwilt update and Luna Display.

  • In This Is 18 young women photographers around the world show what life look like for girls turning 18 in 2018. New York Times photo editor Sandra Stevenson describes how it was done. "Before we knew it, photos began coming in. I get emotional talking about it," she writes. And James Estrin introduces The Young Female Photographers Who Documented 18-Year-Old Girls.
  • Alan Taylor presents 28 photos of The Final Appearance of the Giant Puppets of Royal De Luxe. The French street-theatre company is retiring its giant marionettes after 20 years. You won't quite believe what you see.
  • The Statues of Central Park includes Catarina Astrom's images of the pieces and June Eding's full descriptions of their unique and interesting histories in 192 pages. Available on Nov. 20.
  • Kwilt has updated its iOS app to share content via a link rather than emailing the images and, with the new SD card reader included with the Shoebox Plus model, copy images from SD card directly to the Kwilt.
  • The $79 Luna Display "turns any iPad into a true, wireless second display for your Mac." The device connects to your Mac with either a Mini DisplayPort or USB-C port and includes free Luna Display Mac (v10.11+) and iPad (9.1+) apps.

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