New Pokémon Snap review – chilled photography game could be snappier | Games

Pokémon is nominally about collecting and battling cute monsters, but, like most children’s fiction that has stood the test of time, these games draw you into an interesting and believable place – one where kids can live their dreams and humans exist in harmony with quirky creatures. It’s a universe Continue Reading

‘This is radical love’ – the glorious, rich history of black queer Britain | Photography- Tempemail

We launched the digital archive Black and Gay, Back in the Day on Instagram at the start of LGBTQ History Month on 1 February. We wanted to document the lives of Black queer people in Britain – not just those seen as icons or famous figures but the everyday people Continue Reading

Nude selfies: are they now art? | Books- Tempemail

Have you ever sent a nude selfie? The question draws a thick red line between generations, throwing one side into a panic while the other just laughs. And yet, as far back as 2009, that fount of moral wisdom, Kanye West, was advising how to stay safe. “When you take Continue Reading

The model who made Instagram apologise: Alexandra Cameron’s best photograph | Photography

When I noticed the model and activist Nyome Nicholas-Williams on social media early last summer, I felt hugely appreciative of how confident she was in her images. She was celebrating who she was. I base a lot of my work around photographing women and trying to encourage self-acceptance, which is Continue Reading

Calling all the shots: three decades on the frontline of photography | Media

Even though it’s been nearly three decades since I joined the Observer, if I close my eyes I can still see my colleagues from yesteryear … Jane Bown looking at a contact sheet by the lightbox, using her monocle eyeglass. Motorcycle couriers flirting with picture researchers. Reporters massaging the egos Continue Reading

Warning to ‘Instagram hikers’ after rescues at UK site of plane wreck | UK news- Tempemail

Ill-prepared “Instagram hikers” have been warned against heading into the Peak District hills to take photos by the eerie wreckage of a plane after mountain rescue volunteers were called out twice in one day to assist them. The crash site at Higher Shelf Stones, on moorland between Manchester and Sheffield, Continue Reading

One Caravaggio coming right up! Adam Lowe, the art world’s master faker | Art and design

The grandest spaces in the whole of the mighty Victoria and Albert Museum are the Cast Courts, built high enough to hold a full-scale replica of Trajan’s Column in Rome, which is colossal even in two pieces. No less imposing are the London museum’s 19th-century copies of Michelangelo’s David, not Continue Reading

Kim Kardashian West at 40: how the queen of social media changed the world | Life and style- Tempemail

In the early hours of 3 October 2016, shortly before her 36th birthday, Kim Kardashian West found herself with a gun to her head, tied up in a rented apartment in Paris, begging for her life. Over the previous few days, Kardashian West had posted 15 images on Instagram documenting Continue Reading

The rise of the Covid robots – in pictures

In an age of social distancing, machines are being used for everything from cleaning to taking temperatures Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Continue reading… 10 minutes Tempemail – Also known by names like : 10minemail, 10minutemail, 10mins email, Tempemail 10 minutes, 10 minute e-Tempemail, 10min Tempemail, Continue Reading

The early days of home computing – in pictures | Technology

“There were no design conventions for the earliest home computers, no rules for how they’d look,” says Alex Wiltshire, author of Home Computers, a new book that explores the rapidly changing face of the household machine between its birth in the 1970s and the 1990s. A world away from the Continue Reading