“The Cueva de las Manos (Cave of the Hands) contains an exceptional assemblage of cave art, executed between 13,000 and 9,500 years ago, which bears witness to the culture of the earliest human societies in South America.”
Another great Shorpy. Love this shot because, in my living room, I have a picture of Times Square from this angle and just about at this same time.
Following up on our Soviet theme from a few days back, a 1928 Russian language poster for a 1924 German film, Windstarke 9.
Interesting picture from Shorpy of Pampa, Texas circa 1943. It looks an awful lot like Gaithersburg, Maryland, circa 1975.
“Newsdealer says she uses viler language than the newsboys do.”
The equation that is itself: where X and Y satisfy the inequality set the bit to black. What you get is the formula itself.
Today’s Cracked has a great article about things in slow motion, including this brain-bursting video of what dropping a Slinky looks like if you slow it down.
Taken on July 19, 2013, Cassini took this picture of our planet (that tiny blue dot) as it was eclipsed by Saturn.
Shorpy has a great picture from 1956 of the General Motors Technical Center front lobby. Design by Eero Saarinen (of course).
Ross Wolfe’s blog has an excellent post featuring some early Soviet board games.