Bloop. Bloop. With Atari’s release of Pong, Gen X becomes the first generation to interact with digital technology at home for fun.
In the spring of 1981, a cover band played at my junior high school East Texas. In addition to a few Air Supply songs, they also sang Queen’s Another One Bites The Dust. It was a radical event given the song’s controversial nature. At the time, Christian evangelists warned parents that the song utilized a technique […]
Check out the beautiful illustration below done in honor of the National Park Service’s Centennial Anniversary. The title of the graphic is “100 Years At A Glance,” and was created by Christine Engel for the NPCA. Park Treasures for Future Generations By 1916, the Department of Interior was responsible for 14 national parks and 21 […]
Evolution of the Desk was one of my favorite viral posts of 2015. The video was created by BestReviews.com. In case you missed it here’s a picture and video. I would like to note that tape is still an office essential and no coffee cup appears on any of the desks throughout the 35 years […]
Hey kids, you can now play Tetris online like it’s 1984. Use the ARROW KEYS to move. Rotate the screen with SPACEBAR. Drop a piece with ENTER. Hit ESCAPE to pause.
The National Library of Israel has published 200 historical maps of Jerusalem on the Internet. They are high resolution and free to use. The maps were donated by Eran Laor a philosopher, poet and Jewish Agency official during the Mandate era.