Science Confirms That Old People Really Do Have a Smell

Think back to when you were a child visiting your grandparent's home. Do you recall a distinct scent when you walked through the door? Many people do and as it turns out, it's not just in your head. Read More >>

What's the Oldest Tech You Have to Deal With at Work?

When I was getting a haircut a few weeks ago, I found myself in the chair, staring at the cash register from behind, and I couldn't help but notice how damn old their setup was. The CRT display looked to be 15 years old at least, the keyboard chunky and probably never cleaned, and all this attached by a rats' nest of cables crowded next to the enormous tower peeking out from under the desk. Read More >>

What Outdated Tech Do You Miss The Most?

Technology is always marching on, and for the most part, that's a good thing. Gadgets get more efficient, more powerful, cheaper, smaller, all around nicer. But for every innovation that you don't know how you ever lived without, there's something—usually something little—that you miss. What old, antiquated gadget makes your heart swell with nostalgia, even if it's demonstrably inferior to what followed it in just about every single way? Read More >>

Facebook's Oldest User is a Whopping 101 Years Old

Yesterday Facebook announced their oldest registered user, Florence Detlor from California who is an astounding 101 years old. Not only that but she is also the oldest person to visit Facebook HQ in Silicon Valley. Read More >>

Ever Wondered What It's Like As a 75-year-old? Here's the Age Man Suit To Let You Know Exactly How

The world of medicine is a constant, evolving beast that looks to treat the ill and essentially extend the length of life for everyone. But I wonder, have doctors ever thought what it's actually like to be an old person interacting in the world? Researchers have come up with a suit to help answer that question, as it enables younger bodies to feel what it's like to be an elderly person. Read More >>

Can You Find the Hidden Mothers in These Old Photographs?

Back in the olden days of photography, big box cameras had slow-as-snails shutters, so it was nearly impossible to get kids to sit still for the duration of the long exposure. If they moved, the pictures would be blurry! So what was the old photog solution? Why let's have their mothers hide under blankets and blend into the background to comfort the kid! Read More >>


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