Google recently demonstrated their ability to predict flu outbreaks across America weeks in advance of the outbreaks themselves. It would seem that they are more than just a pretty search engine. And as if that wasn’t enough, they’ve now teamed up with Life Magazine, what was the cornerstone of photojournalism for the Twentieth Century, to digitize 95 per cent of their image bank that never saw the light of day. Now millions of photos stretching from the 1750s to the present day are available on Google Images at the click of a button.
This guy just freaks me out, plain and simple. There’s something so eerie about him that almost sends a shiver down my spine. Maybe it’s his falsetto voice, the sort of thing you’d hear whistling down the wind on a dark night in a graveyard; or maybe it’s his appearance, the last thing you want […]
Long before the franchise destroyed our fond childhood memories like Aunt and Uncle Beru on Tatooine, many of us born in the 70s were proud to own the many products associated with the Star Wars movies.