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The Story Behind The Most-Viewed Photo In The World, The Windows XP ‘Bliss’ Wallpaper

As Microsoft retires support for Windows XP, the company takes a look back at the story behind the most-viewed photo in the world, Windows XP’s default wallpaper, ‘Bliss’. The iconic photo was taken in June of 1996 by former National Geographic photographer Charles O’Rear along Carneros Highway in northern California. O’Rear recently sat down with Microsoft to share the story behind the famous image.
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Google Kicks Off April Fools’ Day Early With ‘Google Maps Pokémon Challenge’

Google recently teamed up with Nintendo and Pokémon to create ‘Google Maps: Pokémon Challenge’, an April Fools’ Day Easter egg that challenges users to collect 150 different Pokémon. To begin your quest, update your iOS or Android device with the latest version of Google Maps, tap the search bar, then ‘press start’. The ‘Pokémon Challenge’ ends April 2nd at 2:00PM PDT.
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Drastic Photoshop Reversal From CollegeHumor Confirms ‘Photoshop Has Gone Too Far’

It is pretty well known that Adobe Photoshop is widely used to transform models into ‘perfect women’. CollegeHumor has jumped on the anti-Photoshop movement with ‘Photoshop Has Gone Too Far’, a drastic Photoshop transformation of a model being photoshopped in reverse. You will never guess what this model looked like before she was photoshopped.
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Kids React To ‘Old-Fashioned’ Rotary Telephones

In the latest episode of ‘Kids React’ from The Fine Brothers, Benny and Rafi Fine introduce kids to a rotary telephone. The kids know it’s a phone, but many aren’t quite sure how to use it to make a phone call.
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Clever Interactive Subway Ad Features Woman’s Hair Blowing Around Whenever A Train Arrives

Swedish pharmacy retail chain Apotek Hjärtat recently created this clever digital interactive ad to introduce Apolosophy, a new line of hair products. The digital subway ad features a female model and was equipped with ultra sonic sensors to detect a subway train’s arrival. Each time a train entered the station, the ad showed the woman’s hair blowing in the wind.
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