The Warners Bros. logo throughout the years.
This is impressive.
Artist turns violent subway movie posters into bloody interactive displays
“There have only been a half-dozen shows, and yet to read the press and hear the comments, you would think Netflix had found the cure for cancer.”
Just when Hollywood thought it had Netflix figured out, the company flipped the script, creating a playbook for any business that aspires to upend an industry.
One way to have more energy at work? Eat smarter. If you don’t get enough protein in your diet—as in, you survive on bagels and coffee, like Ms. Hepburn above—then you’re inviting the low-energy grump into your life. As Lifehacker writer Jason Fitzpatrick notes:
A diet comprised mainly of carbohydrates… . is a recipe for a constant cycle of blood-sugar highs, lows, and the accompanying feelings of exhaustion that go with them. If carbohydrates are the kindling of your metabolism, protein is the slow burning old-growth wood that keeps you going.
How to get more? Fitzpatrick recommends eggs, peanut better, and working in some protein powder. 8 unobvious ways to have way more energy at work
Have you ever considered the way in which computer interfaces are portrayed in movies? It’s actually incredibly entertaining.
This, and a few other great things our news hacker Gabe Stein found on the Internet this week.
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A massive sand dune threatens to destroy the set of Tatooine.
When it sweeps through the Tatooine ruins, which are in the Tunisian desert, the sand dune is expected to significantly damage what’s left of city landmarks such as Watto’s junkyard. The site could be spared with the intervention of Tunisian
Jedis authorities, who want to safeguard the future of Tatooine.
Made in anticipation of the newest Superman movie, Man Of Steel, this new infographic visualizes the evolution of Superman logo from its debut in 1938 to 2013.
Julia Solis takes photos of abandoned theaters.
The drama plays out in the abandoned theater as moisture invades the walls and causes the paint to peel off the walls, plaster decorations crumble to the floor, and velvet seats become dusty and mildewed.