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One of Facebook’s most recent changes to privacy settings(we know, it’s hard to keep up) is to eliminate the option to stay invisible in search. In other words, users can now search for anyone they know through the site and find them.
There are, of course, privacy concerns linked to this – and it’s all part of a new feature called Graph Search that allows users to search Facebook with queries like “which of my friends like Daniel O’Donnell?” or “which friends of my friends like sushi and live in Glasgow?”.
So… that’s pretty much it in terms of privacy, folks.
Uploaded by Tilo Hensel
Pacman, meet gravity.
End of an era
What happened to the last ever roll of Kodachrome film to come off the assembly line? Something wonderful.
Uploaded by SteveMcCurryStudios
Three days prior to its planned impact on a lunar mountain, mission controllers activated the camera aboard one of NASA’s GRAIL twins to take some final photos from lunar orbit.