An Anonymous Coward writes:
"Hidden for 100 years, the astonishing photos by 16-year-old soldier shows how his brothers-in-arms would forever be haunted by the spectre of defeat
...taken by Walter Kleinfeldt who joined a German gun crew in 1915 and fought at the Somme aged just 16. As his haunting pictures, taken with a Contessa camera, make all too clear, life in the trenches was a harrowing experience. The images provide an insight into the epic machinery of war â€“ and capture the darkest moments of battle, with bodies strewn among the rubble.
Not a fan of the Daily Mail but it doesn't matter as its the images that are the story.
However it does prompt the question why can't the links open in new tabs by default? I know slashdot was infamous for its nobody ever clicks on the links anyway but sometimes you want to take a look maybe start reading comments while the new tab loads, read the article close it and on to the next. Maybe thats one of the reasons for not reading the articles.
Maybe this could be one part of soylent which could be better. Actually why not do that for the frontpage too. scan the story list open tabs to ones that interest you and proceed to digest. All this back forward navigation is a pain. At least slashdot had a link back to the front page from the bottom of the story.
you could use your middle mouse button, or hold shift while you click.
or right click and select open in new tab... didn't know the shift click middle mouse button not on a laptop the left and right together thou
I cant say I've ever had success with the laptop left+right click, totally discovered the middle mouse click by accident :)