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These Haunting Photos of Civil War Amputees Are Incredibly Powerful

Rian Dundon, aphotography editor at Timeline.com, published a collection of moving portraits of amputees that date all the way back to the Civil War....

Job Hunting? 180+ Openings at Fandango, Fox and More

Whether you're unemployed, underemployed or just looking for something a bit more interesting, the Mashable Job Board is full of listings to take your...

The World’s Finest 3D-Printed Foot-Bridge Graces A Park In Madrid

Spanish architects have usedthe wonders of 3D-printing technology tocreate the worlds first 3D-printed pedestrian bridge. The bridge is the brainchild of the Institute forAdvanced Architecture...

Oh Sh*t, Oh Sh*t! 15 Things That Went Through The iPhone...

Ah, it’s that time again! You know, the time when millions of people around the world line up outside of Apple...

Super Sad (Allegedly) True Insider Trading Love Story

The SEC yesterday charged a former Dow Chemical employee, his high school friend, and a former Raymond James broker yesterday with insider trading based...

Apple terms and conditions bug prevents App purchases, updates

http://twitter.com/#!/erik_howard/status/252622727402381314 Many Apple users took to Twitter this evening to complain about their inability to update Apple Apps. The source of the problem appears to...

Community Post: A-Z Art History

1. A, Caveman Paintings: The earliest known cave paintings date back to 40,000 years ago, and were sometimes added on to by other cavemen thousands...

India Launches World’s Cheapest PC at $35 (Video)

India unveiled world’s cheapest tablet computer named Aakash. The 7-inch touch screen device was launched by the Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal, almost...

When Google Earth Goes Awry

Clement Valla is an artist, programmer and designer living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He received his BA from Columbia and his MFA...

The mother posts a picture of her daughter. 2 seconds later...

This is a video that can save lives. So far its been viewed by over 3 million people, and hopefully that number will continue...