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Police officers in Washington, D.C. wearing body cameras reported using force about as often as colleagues who didn't have them, and citizen complaints against the two groups were about even, according to a new study that bucks early expectations about the impact of the devices.
Motion activated cameras are typically used by hunters and naturalists to find wildlife. But the Conservation Commission has been using these …
On Jan. 15, 1885, one man sat outside his house in the freezing cold with some black cloth, a turkey feather and a camera, ready to be the first person to catch a snowflake on film. Wilson Bentley was obsessed with snow, so much so that he did very little with his life other than photograph snow; he’s most likely where the idea that no two snowflakes are alike came from. He’d catch flakes on the cloth, manipulate them into position with the feather and quickly put them under the camera shutter. He took dozens of pictures and found that snowflakes came in all shapes and sizes. Bentley called them “masterpieces of design” – they’re not designed, but they are still some of the most magical structures on Earth.