It took Brent Musser two years to build! and with an old Chevy engine, it boasts upwards of 350hp… Oddly enough, there’s a lot of these monster buggies out there!.. Well, a lot more than you would expect anyway. It took a bit of digging on YouTube to find the actual Musser’s model:
Commander Kevin Ford and Flight Engineers Chris Hadfield and Tom Marshburn of the International Space Station’s Expedition 34 crew send down their best wishes for a happy new year.
Clearly they had trouble deciding where to put the Christmas Tree this year. How many spots do you think they tried before they settled on this.
I’m not afraid of sharks… Never have been. I guess I’m just really good at compartmentalizing things, so when I swim in the ocean I rarely think of the things I know or have seen about ocean wildlife and assume I’m safe. Malls on the other hand have me on edge the entire time I’m in one; never really sure why… Until now… This is why, I’m sure of it…
Just a quick addition to yesterday’s post of vintage archived screen shots of how some of today’s most popular websites looked in the 90’s.
This gem is a sort-of commercial/info session from Wired magazine in the early 90’s. it contains two of my favourite things to find in vintage tech media: (1) email being always referred to as electronic mail and (2) the word Internet is said slowly, almost condescendingly, and spelled out as if viewers needed to sound it out. Enjoy!
I came across this video at Kuriositas and it’s certainly an aesthetically pleasing little piece of awesome. I’ve posted about Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot a few times, but this piece was just too refreshing to not address it again. The video was put together by ORDER, a creative animation and video studio in London. Enjoy!