Help! Suppose I wanted to create a digital archive that included photographs of people in another culture. Suppose I went out and took their pictures as they farmed their land or something (they know I'm taking the picture). At what point do I need legal waivers?
Me: "Hi, I had surgery at your hospital back in 1991, and I know you must have typed my blood at the time. How would I go about finding out what my blood type is from you? ... oh, $30 and a form through the mail? Ok..." There goes that idea.
My grandfather passed away 20 years ago this November. At his wake, my family had blown up a bunch of pictures of him to display, and there was one picture from when he was in his 20s that looked EXACTLY like me. My grandmother walked up to me and said, "It's amazing, isn't it? And now you know what you will look like when you're dead, too!"
Remember back in the day when the Google Docs app made everyone switch to the Google Drive app because that was the be all and end all? So laugh with me now that they want me to download the Google Docs app in order to edit anything that's in my Google Drive app. HILARIOUS
You know the hospital in Dallas, the one that's all over the news for how incompetently they've handled the ebola situation, and for how incompetently they've covered up their incompetence? A decade ago, they laid off my (extremely competent) dad, after 24 years of service (i.e., a few months before pension eligibility). Reaping/sowing/etc.