It's rather Google-centric (which should surprise absolutely nobody), but Google's latest inhouse video details its own history of search, as well as a glimpse of the future of Google itself. Search still remains Google's cash cow, and the six minutes that details Google's search history, including some areas where it realised points of weakness such as the September 11 attacks in the US make for interesting viewing. [Google Blog]
Google On The Evolution Of Search
Trending Stories Right Now
I’m sitting here on my couch having just watched a live-action Star Wars TV series and I still can’t believe it.
In America, the Honda Prelude is remembered as a fun, sporty little car, a reminder of a time when everything Honda made was clever and reliable, and the Prelude was their way of having some fun without sacrificing Honda quality. People in America have fond memories of the Prelude, which is why finding out that it was a flop in Japan is so hard to imagine. What’s even harder to wrap your head around is part of why: it had a “pervert lever.” Wait, what?