Eighties smartphone equivalent
Once upon a time, in a decade far, far away, if you wanted to listen to music, read a book, watch a movie, record a video, listen to the radio, use a calculator, or make a phone call — and be prepared to do it all at once,...
If you’re a music lover and have a short attention span, we’ve got the solution for you — sort of. Here are the first five or so seconds of every single Billboard #1 pop single from 1955 to 2011. (Why “sort of?” Well, you’re...
(Or is that futuristic retro? Retroistic futuristic? Whatever.)
Ever wonder what advertising for YouTube, Facebook, Skype or Twitter would have looked like in the 1950s? Okay, yeah, me neither. Fortunately for us, the folks at Brazilian ad agency Moma...
Posted on Apr 9, 2012 in History
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In this incredible brand-new computer-generated animation, James Cameron and researchers show how they believe the Titanic
spent her last few moments -- specifically, how the ship broke apart and sank.
Here are five gorgeous embroidered patterns from India in the 1850s. Try using one of them as a background for your phone, or as wallpaper for the header on a Facebook page or on your blog/website.