I always knew it.
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I always knew it.
The essential stages of video game history. Please, add your own!
Think you know the difference between Arial and Helvetica? Know what makes a font serif or sans-serif? Are you a font of knowledge when it comes to fonts? Put your typesetting skills to the test.
Stuart Freeborn, the British make-up artist who designed Yoda, has died. Miss you we will. Here are some intriguing facts about Freeborn’s most famous creation.
Today is Facebook’s ninth birthday. Meet the students who celebrated its birth — and find out where they are now.
These continual image releases are a slow burn of happiness. Jed Brophy as Nori, Adam Brown as Ori and Mark Hadlow as Dori, three brothers who couldn’t be more different. View Image ›
I hope you’re sitting down for this.
Save your breath.
Video games are getting older, and so are you.
On Nov. 29, 1972, a crude table-tennis arcade game in a garish orange cabinet was delivered to bars and pizza parlors around California, and a multi-billion-dollar industry was born. Here’s how that happened, direct from the freaks and geeks who invented a culture and paved the way for today’s tech moguls.
A Japanese phone maker’s journey through every cell phone trend in history, from two-tone LCDs and big buttons to full-color touchscreens and 4G Internet. From NTT Docomo and Designboom.
This incredible life-sized Hylian Shield from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess debuts at Brickcon 2012 this weekend. The creators, Alise and Remi (AKA building team Bolt of Blue), are obviously awesomely nerdy Lego geniuses.
Have you heard that entropy isn’t what it used to be? Do you send Schrödinger’s cat flowers for his birthday/funeral? If so, then this post is for you.
The mid-season finale brings with it the end of an era, as Amy and Rory Pond say their final goodbyes to the Doctor. It is a dark day, fellow Whovians.
From Xerox to iOS. (via)
Amazingly, this happens every time there’s a big new release. It’s like the nerdy gusto of Mars Curiosity’s landing team, but with a corporate mandate. (Again, they’re required to do this, so don’t judge them too harshly.)