A brief history of color photography reveals an obvious but unsettling reality about human bias.

In the 1970s, Kodak got called out by some furniture companies because their film wasn’t working right. Light-grained or dark-grained wood tones, in photographs developed from Kodak film, all looked basically the same, which sucked when it came to advertising. “WTF? This is not what Read More …

Your Favorite Websites Have A Password Problem

A new post-Heartbleed study shows that 86% of the web’s top sites have “subpar password security policies.” View this image › Via dashlane.com It’s no secret that the internet has a serious password problem. Much of the time, we, the users, are at fault; generally Read More …

This Woman’s Ad For Her Run-Down Fiat 500 Is Comedy Genius

Selling your car is hard. Even if it’s a good one, you have to do a little write-up to get the potential buyers enthusedand, more importantly, you have to sell the car. If I were to sell my car, god knows what I’d say… It’s Read More …

The ‘Damn Daniel’ Guys Have Donated Their Lifetime Supply Of Vans To A Children’s Hospital

There’s this video that went around the internet last month, that basically was all ‘Daaaaamn Daniel’ and ‘back at at it with the white vans’. Ring any bells? It wouldn’t surprise me if not, because no one watched it. Just kidding, it was everywhere. Like Read More …

What Are Successful Strategies for Establishing a Career in Management?

Image: Flickr, Alan Cleaver This question originally appeared on Quora. I’m looking to eventually make my way into management, and looking for general strategies. Is it more important to network, find mentors, stay at a company long-term, build technical skills, do something spectacular or be Read More …

A Night At The Mannequin Factory

The Christmas Lottery is one of the oldest continuously running lotteries in the world. It has happened every year in Spain since 1812, having survived both the Spanish Civil War and World War II. It’s a pretty big deal, which explains why the commercial announcing Read More …

How Agricultural And Animal Farming Is Slowly Killing Our Environment

Farming and raising animals for food has been a part of our society for hundreds of years. However, this had been done on a small, sustainable scale until the advent of industrial agriculture. Farmers rotated crops and moved animals from summer to winter pastures with Read More …

Drudge teases Condoleezza Rice as Romney VP frontrunner

http://twitter.com/#!/DRUDGE/status/223542928386174977 On a day when the Romney camp was hit with (and hit back against) the outrageous “felon” assertion, some question the timing of such an important leak. Lefty journos in my timeline now complaining about Drudge/Romney camp trying to change the conversation. #HowsItFeelBitches — Read More …

45+ Events in Advertising, Social Media and Marketing

Looking to fill your calendar with exciting events that will propel your career forward? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up some great upcoming events from Mashable‘s Events Board below. Check out this assortment of business conferences and exhibitions, where you’ll have a Read More …

Google Makes Massive Renewable Energy Deal To Power Data Centers

In one of the biggest renewable energy deals made by a non-utility company, your cat videos and Internet searches could soon be carbon neutral as Google has just announced that it has increased the amount of green energy powering its data centers and buildings. This Read More …