"Selfies" taken in front of a deadly building explosion in New York City are being criticized as insensitive. Do photographers need a "Selfie-quette?"
Gorgeous landscapes, fascinating individuals, interesting conversations - Mr. Selfie misses out on all this and more, due to his smartphone obsession. (24.03.2015)
Astronauts, pop stars, Ellen at the Oscars, even you and me; we’re all taking part in the #selfie craze. But some are annoyed, say selfies are narcissistic and unhealthy, turning us into duck-faced robots. Really? (21.10.2014)
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam now encourages visitors to draw their works of art - instead of just taking a picture. Other museums all over the world have selfie sticks on their blacklist. (27.11.2015)
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam now encourages visitors to draw their works of art - instead of just taking a picture. Other museums all over the world have selfie sticks on their blacklist.
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The father of the gunman expressed his sadness over the attack in Orlando and said his son was "a good guy and well-educated." The video was deleted on his Facebook account just a few hours after it was published.
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