Original Apple iPhone - 1983
www.methodshop.com/2007/07/1983-iphone.shtml The iPhone may be Apple's first "official" phone, but apparently they toyed with the idea 25 years ago. Way back in 1983, designer Hartmut Esslinger, the same guy who made the Apple IIc computer, came up with this phone/tablet prototype. The 1983 version of the iPhone obviously never made it into production, but it's still a cool concept. Although writing a physical electronic check seems a little silly now that we have online banking.
ikea spotting: soyburger's mac basement - IKEA Hackers
thursday eye candy. mark friesen tipped me on soyburger‘s collection of macs [and i do like macs 🙂 ] housed beautifully using the ikea stolmen system. and i must say very good use of it. anyone remembers the name of the low white media unit on the left? i wish it wasn’t discontinued. especially like …
The untold story of the architect who turned Spain’s modernist power plants into art
The untold story of architect Joaquín Vaquero Palacios and the art murals he created for Spain’s modernist industrial estates comes to light for the first time
These Vintage Computer Ads Show Just How Far We've Come
These ads from the 70's and 80's remind us of a time when computers came in briefcases and cost "Under $1800!"
Nuclear decay: Haunting images show the remnants of the Manhattan Project mission to build first atomic bomb
Photographer Martin Miller traveled to two nuclear-explosives production facilities, now stark and mostly abandoned, where America's top scientists developed the world's first atomic bomb during World War II.
Commodore PET 200
This is a (pretty bad) photo of my awesome Commodore PET 200 computer. I got it really cheap from some guy in a suburb of Stockholm, complete with a printer and a double diskdrive. It's equipped with a Swedish keyboard, making it a rare piece of computer history. More information about this computer can be found here: www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=746
Control Room by Roxy Paine - IGNANT
With the project ‘Apparatus’ which contains the ‘Control Room’, Roxy Paine introduces a new chapter in his work, a series of large scale dioramas. Inspired...