A really nice video documentary about Jeffrey Zeldman and the impact he has had on the Web, Wed Design and Web Standards over the past 20 years. Take a watch if you have 45 minutes or so…and even if you don’t!
While AOL beat Wall Street estimates this past quarter, it was also revealed that it still has multiple millions people still paying $20 a month for Internet access. How is this possible in 2014? But as always, the most amazing thing about AOL’s business is the thing that drives AOL’s business: Millions of people, who […]
This week marks the 75th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s famous “Luckiest Man On the Face of the Earth” speech when he was honored at Yankee Stadium near the end of his legendary career. Here is a cool video where the first basemen from all the MLB teams recite his speech and then Derek Jeter concludes […]
A really amazing set of black and white photos (Yes, kids they did have color photos back then) taken during the Tiananmen Square protests in China 25 years ago. The story of the discovery of the photos is typical of other similar types of amazing discoveries – an undeveloped roll of film was discovered in […]
Is this beautiful or what? This is a concept prototype design of a Bienville Legacy Motorcycle. But what’s even more interesting is the story behind the design and the desire of one individual to address what he believed was a critical deficiency in America today: The decline of industrial design and craftsmanship. This prototype was […]
Really interesting map based on 2010 census that details areas of the United States where there are no people living. A Block is the smallest area unit used by the U.S. Census Bureau for tabulating statistics. As of the 2010 census, the United States consists of 11,078,300 Census Blocks. Of them, 4,871,270 blocks totaling 4.61 […]