Cage of the Day: Website That Puts Nic Cage's Face on Selfies

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Cage of the Day: Website That Puts Nic Cage's Face on Selfies
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Feeling Cagey? is a fun site developed byJosh McMilan that puts Nicolas Cage's face on selfie photos in realtime.

Artsy Fart of the Day: Classic Newspaper Photos Transformed into Selfies

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Artsy Fart of the Day: Classic Newspaper Photos Transformed into Selfies
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The South African Newspaper, Cape Times , cleverly took a number of famous photos and digitally modified them to appear as though they're selfies for a recent ad campaign. Each photo is accompanied with the tagline: "You can't get closer to the news."

Selfie of the Day: The Importance of "The Angle"

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In this South Korean edition of "pretty girls, ugly faces," a woman demonstrates the importance of "The Angle" when it comes to taking selfies.

GPOY of the Day: Cops Take Selfies Too

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GPOY of the Day: Cops Take Selfies Too
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There are no such thing as workplace boundaries when it comes to taking mirror-shot selfies. The "Cop Selfies" Tumblr blog is dedicated to highlighting self-taken Instagram photos of police officers from all over the world looking rather fierce in blue uniforms.

Vine of the Day: Girl Takes an Epic Selfie Before Getting Tackled by Security Guards During World College Series

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Kayleigh Hill took this selfie on Vine last night while sprinting through a field with two of her friends during the College World Series baseball game in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Photo Op of the Day: A Reporter's Instagram Self Reveals a Near-Death Experience

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Photo Op of the Day: A Reporter's Instagram Self Reveals a Near-Death Experience
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Who knew taking selfies could get so dangerous? After Sun Sports reporter Kelly Nash took an Instagram of herself during a Red Sox batting practice, she later discovered that a flying ball had narrowly avoided hitting her in the skull. On an interesting side note, Nash later credited a DVD copy of the film Angels in the Outfield she had been carrying with her for saving the day.