The Artblog Reader Advisor
This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: What will Uber do about drivers who refuse disabled passengers? Will Interpol's dark web training equip authorities to catch more baddies? Why did the LA Times fire Ted Rall? Answers to some of these questions below. -- the artblog editors

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Today in Snooze News We Already Knew(z): Instagram Is Important to Art, via The New York Times

Interpol’s New Dark Web Training Scheme Is So Cool I Can’t Stand It, via Business Insider

Doing Less With More: LAUSD Shortens Art Instruction, Adds Disciplines, via KPCC

"Nachlass" by Jean-Pierre Roy
“Nachlass” by Jean-Pierre Roy. Image via The New York Times.

What Window? Take Photos Through Glass or Rain With Google’s New Algorithm, via TechCrunch

Rall Done Here: Political Cartoonist Talks About Being Dropped by LA Times, via Hyperallergic

Uber Uncool: Drivers Refuse to Take Disabled Passengers, via CNET

Daniel Kolitz collage
Image via The Creators Project.

Food Artist Whips Up Van Goghreo, Pablo Picassoreo, and Other Creme-Cookie Portraits, via ABC

Cartridge-Less Printer Ends Your Refill Nightmares, via Wired

Bus Stop Dust-Up Sends Montreal Wheeling, via CityLab

Look Out Behind You, It’s Mark Zuckerberg!, via The Creators Project

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