The Frank Capra classic isn't known for its special effects. But since It's a Wonderful Life was shot in the sweltering heat of June and July of 1946, the filmmakers had to develop a new type of artificial snow.
Oh, Kodak, once the acme of all things camera, now a stark lesson in Darwinism in technology. You adapt and evolve, or you die. It was revealed today that Kodak is shedding more than £45 million a month. Let's hold hands.
The first time I saw a JVC Videosphere with my own eyes was at a flea market a couple of years ago. I nearly lost my shit at its retro-future goodness and was hellbent on bringing it home with me. Unfortunately, my wallet didn't agree.
Winter is coming, Mr. Stark. Over here at Casa Brown, that means it's time to break out the hot water bottles. Booyah. It doesn't get a lot snugglier than a down duvet with a little football of warmth lurking underneath it.
I inherited one of these 70s handheld games from a box of junk when I was five. It was a Harlem Globetrotters-branded basketball game. It was downright incomprehensible. This Pulsonic baseball game looks no different.
Despite the fact that every single facet of NASA's moonwalks were government-controlled expeditions, astronauts were not exempt from the annoying processes involved with foreign travel. Case in point, this customs form, signed by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.