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Remembering Nuon, the gaming chip that nearly changed the world—but didn’t

In the Wild West of Silicon Valley startups of the late 1990s, one little company looked like it might accomplish something incredible. VM Labs had …


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1950sunlimited: “Jack and Jill Motel, Aneheim, California Postcards of the Past ”

Mid-20th Century Cultural Pop!


Jack and Jill Motel,

Aneheim, California

Postcards of the Past

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“No Time Like the Past”, The Twilight Zone. Original air date: March 7, 1963

See you later.

Howard Hughes' Beverly Hills Party Pad

We know it was built in 1960. We know it was designed by Samuel Wacht. And while it may or may not have belonged to the enigmatic tycoon, Howard …

Beverly Hills

getting ice cream for Dad

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1956 Ford F-100 pick up truck.

PDP-11/25 at Daresbury Laboratory, Cheshire, England. Ca. 1970s.

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Apollo 11, June 19, 1969 Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, Apollo 11 commander, participates in simulation training in preparation for the scheduled lunar landing mission. He is in the Apollo Lunar Module Mission Simulator in the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Flight Crew Training Building. The other two crewmen of the historic flight are astronauts Michael Collins, command module pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot. (credit: NASA-KSC)

STS-7, June 23, 1983 Astronaut Sally K. Ride, STS-7 mission specialist, communicates with ground controllers from the flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Challenger, She joined NASA in 1978 and became the first American woman in space in 1983. She remains the youngest American astronaut to have traveled to space, having done so at the age of 32. After flying twice on the Orbiter Challenger, (STS-7 and STS-41G) she left NASA in 1987. She worked for two years at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Arms Control, then at the University of California, San Diego as a professor of physics, primarily researching nonlinear optics and Thomson scattering. She served on the committees that investigated the STS-51L Challenger and STS-107 Columbia space shuttle disasters, the only person to participate on both. Ride died on July 23, 2012, at the age of 61, seventeen months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Following cremation, her ashes were interred next to her father at Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica, California. (credit: NASA-JSC)

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1951 ... solving the California drought!

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FCC Reminds AT&T It Was Insane to Offer Unlimited Data

Way back in 2007, if you wanted one of those brand new iPhones (“from the company formerly known as Apple Computer,” as one news article put it), you …


Here’s What Happens to Your $10 After You Pay for a Month of Apple Music

You don’t have to pay anything to try Apple’s new streaming music service, since the company will offer a free three-month trial when it launches at the end of June.

But if you stick around after that, you’ll need to pay $10 a month for the on-demand, all-you-can-eat subscription service. And Apple …

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