Film's most famous fedora—back on big screens now—has a blockbuster-worthy origin story.
Tags: movies, fashion
“Doomer” is not the right word for someone who is simply paying attention.
Tags: climate, attitudes
Seventy five years ago, the University’s ‘Baby’ computer became the first electronic computer with a read/write memory to run a program. To mark this historic event, Professor Jim Miles (University of Manchester Department of Computer Science) describes how a definitive new image of the Manchester computer was recreated using rediscovered original negatives.
Tags: vintage, computers, photos
What I am saying is that a principle of ‘first do no harm’ is a necessary first step on any journey to profitability.
Tags: social media, ethics
Groundwater extracted for irrigation and other human activities displaced 2,150 gigatons of water between 1993 and 2010.
Tags: environment, science
Build your next website like it's not yet 1999. (Use lots of GIFs.)
Tags: web, culture
Norway may soon open waters in the Arctic and sub-Arctic to sea floor mining. The growing demand for important minerals, including copper and nickel, may require this new type of mining, the Norwegian government says.
Tags: environment, business
A good round-up of recent reveals and what we can do about it.
Tags: environment, ethics