The internet is a beautiful medium where people can exchange brain-tickling images in a wondrous marketplace of ideas. Just kidding. It’s mostly garbage. Here’s some garbage we found on the internet recently.
The Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, NY just opened a new installation, "Autopsy for a Nation: The Death of Abraham Lincoln," marking the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination. The exhibit's key items include handwritten notes by the physicians who conducted the President's autopsy.
It's easy to think of data journalism as a modern invention. With all the hype, a casual reader might assume that it was invented sometime during the 2012 presidential campaign.
Hey, happy Lincoln's birthday! Abe would have been 206 today, and the US Patent and Trademark Office took the chance to remind us of a strange and oft-forgotten fact: The United States' 16th president is the only one to ever hold a patent. And a very interesting patent, at that.
Dr. Charles A. Leale, a young army surgeon on leave for the evening, was the first physician to reach President Lincoln's
The guy recording this video of an impending storm says it best: Holy freak! Usually you KINDA see shapes in clouds, and you have to convince your friend that it totally looks like a bunny. Or an elephant. Or your grandma with her big glasses. But there's no convincing necessary with this one. Abraham Lincoln is…
Follow the 16th President of the United States from his meteoric rise to his untimely demise in stunning stereoscope!: Gullah Women of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, prepare sea island cotton for the ginning mills of the Alex. Knox Plantation near Charleston in the ca. 1864 photograph by George N.…
Aww, but he was a nice vandal!