Hours Before Going Dark, Twitpic Acquired By Twitter – The Company Responsible For Its Demise

Hours Before Going Dark, Twitpic Acquired By Twitter – The Company Responsible For Its Demise

Twitpic users who feared their photos would soon be a casualty of the Internet blackhole received some slightly good news over the weekend: Twitter, which had a heavy hand in the demise of Twitpic, acquired the company, allowing photos stored on the site to live on. [More]

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Cleaners Track Down Former Homeowner To Return Long-Lost Jewelry Worth Thousands

What was lost can sometimes never be found again, as belongings have a habit of tumbling into the fiery chasm from whence they came. Or you know, they just go missing. One woman who thought her collection of jewelry worth thousands of dollars would never return three years after she’d lost it. But she didn’t realize there was a team of honest cleaners out there. [More]

Snapfish Will Delete Your Account Unless You Buy Prints Now

Snapfish Will Delete Your Account Unless You Buy Prints Now

Snapfish is threatening to delete Jim’s account unless he orders prints within the next 10 days, which is odd because Jim hasn’t uploaded photos to Snapfish. Read their weird threatening sales pitch, after the jump.