Category: technology

Interface Design for Lone Echo

Ui Art Lead: Davison Carvalho, Art Direction: Nathan Phail-Liff, Ui Concept Art: Ash Thorp, Mike Sekowski, Bruno William, UI / UX design: Shaheed Khan

Interface Design for Lone Echo

Ui Art Lead: Davison Carvalho, Art Direction: Nathan Phail-Liff, Ui Concept Art: Ash Thorp, Mike Sekowski, Bruno William, UI / UX design: Shaheed Khan

An abandoned gas station and its public facilities.

Near Thrall Road outside Ellensburg, WA.

Things you don’t see on new buildings: intricate letter logos.

Top: Sunset/Pacific Telephone & Telegraph (11th & Fawcett, 1901)
Bottom: Tacoma National Bank (10th & Pacific, 1920)

In the 1930s when Chichen Itza, which dates back to the 6th century, was being unearthed in the 1930s they discovered a pyramid inside of it. Researchers discovered a second pyramid inside last year via some high-tech tools, found below the first one, and indicates that near the center of the structure is a ramp and an altar.

Today’s funny: A postal clerk making a different kind of delivery, 2010.

When CD-R media first came out, it wasn’t 700mb / 80 minutes, and the top recording speed was 2x to 4x.

yesterdaysprint:

The Salina Daily Union, Kansas, November 13, 1914

Because oil lamps, a tub and washboard, and an icebox are so primative.

Galaxy Magazine is now on the Internet Archive:

jagged-fragments:

1960s-70s candy machine, still in use, at The Feed Store in Seattle.