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Here's What The Lost Boys From Hook Look Like 25 Years Later

In 1991, Steven Spielberg told us what happened when Peter Pan grew up. The film, Hook, was a big hit and garnered a huge legion of fans who saw it as kids. It hasn’t aged too well, to be honest, but these photos will make you either insanely nostalgic or incredibly depressed.

The Most Beautiful Landscapes From 10 Years Of Google Earth

Exactly 10 years ago, Google uploaded an announcement to its press page: Google Launches Free 3D Mapping and Search Product!

Google Earth turns 10 today, and to celebrate, the engineering team added 1500 new images to its great Earth View project, where it collects the most compelling images recorded by its source satellites.

How We Underestimated The iPad

The iPad just turned five. That’s five years of reading emails at breakfast on slabs of glass and aluminium. Five years of wondering what the hell we were thinking when we first heard about this subtly transformative device. Five years!

Happy Birthday Ames! Awesome Photos From 75 Years Of Aerospace Research

On the 20th of December, 1939, the second laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was founded. The facility at Moffett Field in Sunnyvale, California, would later be known as NASA’s Ames Research Center after the founding chairman of NACA, Joseph S. Ames — but no one could foresee how iconic Ames would become.

All The Supernovas Ever Photographed By NASA

Image Cache: NASA has revealed spectacular, newly reprocessed images of four of the most amazing supernovas ever captured by a human science instrument — the Crab Nebula (top), Tycho, G292.0+1.8, and 3C58 — to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Chandra observatory. I decided to go one step further and collect them all.

The Fastest And Weirdest Rubik's Cube Solutions

The Rubik’s cube is 40 years old today. It’s one of the most popular toys in the history of mankind, one that has obsessed kids and adults alike, making them compete to be the fastest and do the weirdest things with it. Here are a few examples:

Geeking Out On The 20th Anniversary Of Weezer's The Blue Album

Buckle that nostalgia-seatbelt: Weezer’s debut, The Blue Album, came out 20 years ago today. And in the two decades since, being geeky has gone from socially crippling to almost cool. Listening back through this album, it’s easy to understand why Weezer boomed when they did. The songs are so damned catchy and energetic, you can’t help but air-guitar along. There’s genuine earnestness here that must’ve been an absolute breath of fresh air compared to the grunge everyone else was trying to make at the time.

BASIC, The 50-Year-Old Computer Programming Language For Regular People

Computer coding ability has gotten especially hip recently. People who can’t code revere it as 21st century sorcery, while those who do it professionally are often driven to fits by it. It was 50 years ago today two Dartmouth professors debuted a coding language designed to be easy enough for anyone to use. The language that made that all possible. They called it the Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code — BASIC.

Fearless Felix Supersonic Space Jump Still Awesome One Year Later

Today is the anniversary of brave Felix Baumgartner’s space jump. His heart was racing at 185 beats per minute when he jumped from an altitude of 127,852 feet, then started to spin at 60 revolutions per minute and kept spinning for 13 seconds after jumping, reaching a maximum vertical speed of Mach 1.25. An incredible feat.

LOST Explained In Six Seconds

I really enjoyed LOST, despite how it ended and what everyone said. I have tried to get people into it after the fact, but six seasons of a show is a pretty daunting investment. Here’s a Vine explaining the show in six seconds.

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