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29 December 2014

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 Ello, a photo essay of a "forgotten" religion, the Nikon D750 flare shadow problem and how the morning anchors get going.

  • Ello is "a simple, beautiful, and ad-free social network created by a small group of artists and designers." You can request an invitation from the home page by typing your email address in the box to the left before clicking on the box to the right.
  • "The photographer Kristin Bedford trekked through the sweltering summer streets of Philadelphia in 2013, looking for remnants of forgotten religions," Jonathan Blaustein writes in Philadelphia, City of Father Divine, which showcases 15 of her images at Woodmont, where she agreed to archive photographs of Father Divine's International Peace Mission Movement.
  • In a message To users of the Nikon D750, Nikon acknowledged a problem with a dark appearing at the top of an image with lens flare, saying it is "already working on measures to address this issue and will, of course, keep you advised of these as they occur."
  • In The Early Shift, Karsten Moran's three slide shows chronicle how "the day begins for Matt Lauer of the 'Today' show, Robin Roberts of 'Good Morning America,' Charlie Rose of CBS's 'This Morning' and their colleagues."

More to come...

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