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These posters for national parks should absolutely terrify you

Conceptual artist Hannah Rothstein isn't particularly pessimistic, but when it comes to the future of our planet she's worried. That's what prompted her to recreate iconic National Park Service posters as the parks could look in 2050. SEE ALSO: The science march is about 'hope' for a fact-based future "I'm worried about where we might be headed if we don't take responsiblity for our actions and enact positive change," she said in a phone call Thursday from Berkeley, California, where she's based. Image: RANGER DOUG / RANGERDOUG.COM AND HANNAH ROTHSTEIN / WWW.HROTHSTEIN.COM Image: RANGER...

A late icon turns the camera on himself in 'I Am Heath Ledger'

Though he'd been kicking around for a few years already, most audiences first took notice of Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You. From then on, he was never out of the public eye for long – if he wasn't burning up the screen, he was covering the tabloids. In the new documentary I Am Heath Ledger, though, we get to see the late actor as few of us have seen him before – through the lens of his own camera. SEE ALSO: Heath Ledger's sister lays those Joker rumors to rest Directors Adrian Buitenhuis and Derik Murray cover all the usual bases, pulling together clips of Leger's...

Instagram's fixed the glitch that had you spamming everyone you've ever tagged

Instagram has fixed a glitch that re-notified everyone you've ever tagged in a photo, when you re-activate a disabled account. The company said it got rid of the issue via email on Thursday, a day after the bug was identified. And after reproducing the issue, we can confirm that the fix worked for us. SEE ALSO: If you disable and re-enable your Instagram, it will set off the notification apocalypse Mashable reached out to Instagram on Tuesday, when the company confirmed that this was a known issue. The bug has been noticed by users on social media since at least January 2016.  The glitch...

Mom and son end up on the kiss cam, and things got awkward

The kiss cam has become a staple at sporting events. But sometimes, things don't always go as planned. For those unfamiliar, the kiss cam is pretty simple. The camera pans onto an unsuspecting couple in the crowd, which is then projected onto jumbotrons in the center of the stadium. The couple is then urged to kiss for the crowd, which is cute when they're actually a couple. When they aren't, it gets real weird, real quick. The kiss cam took an unexpected turn during the Milwaukee Bucks‏ game on Thursday evening when the camera panned to a man and a woman, who was apparently the man's...

Heineken shows Pepsi the right way to make a politically charged ad

Can't we all just get along? That's been the message of dozens of commercials since the United States elected Donald Trump and the United Kingdom opted for a Brexit, but none have really sold the message like Heineken's latest ad. The spot, which was hailed as an antidote to Pepsi's disaster of a political message earlier this month, features a social experiment involving three isolated pairs of ordinary UK citizens with opposing beliefs. The participants are said to be unaware of the purpose of the test, and they have no knowledge of their political differences, which include views on...

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