- from Yale University Press
“Watch the evolution of our species in under two minutes. Learn how paleoartist John Gurche draws on fossil discoveries and forensic techniques to create transfixing reconstructions of long-lost human ancestors.
Shaping Humanity: How Science, Art, and Imagination Help Us Understand Our Origins, Yale University Press, November 2013.”
(Source: Yale University)
Forced perspective ahoy!
Today is the 30th anniversary of Apple’s Macintosh. Read our 1984 feature on Steve Jobs and the birth of the Mac.
Nineteen eighty-four was not like 2014. When Steve Jobs launched the Macintosh, he had to generate excitement about a product — a computer — that was unfamiliar to most people, if not downright scary. His creation would eventually entice them into changing their minds, but first, they had to be intrigued enough to learn about it.
The Macintosh was new, but the media would have to be old. There were no tech blogs, no Facebook, no Twitter, and certainly no Mac rumor websites. There were no websites at all. So Jobs had to generate his own campaign to tell the world about the computer that he would announce on January 24, 1984, 30 years ago today.
3 wheel mobile library in rural Italy
Pink Dancers, Edgar Degas
By Kisho Tsukuda
Fotografias são saudades reveladas.
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