We debunked dozens of fake photos this year, covering everything from Charles Manson’s baby photos to John Lennon’s skateboarding skills, and everything in between. It was another busy year for anyone spreading fake images on the internet.
The internet is overflowing with fake images. But who has time to debunk them all? Sadly, we do. Today we’re releasing the debut episode of our new video series Totally Fake. This week: Dead celebrities.
Today is the anniversary of the first meeting between John Lennon and Yoko Ono in a London art gallery (at least according to some versions of the story). A lot of Beatles fans would curse this day, but I'm not one of them. "Oh Yoko!" is a great tune from Lennon's Imagine.
Pull up a chair, Beatles fans, I have a story for you, a story about politics, pot, and rock and roll, starring John Lennon and Timothy Leary. IT'S A GOOD ONE.
John Lennon of The Beatles, Eric Clapton of Cream, Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, and Mitch Mitchell of the Jimi Hendrix Experience—each helped found some of the biggest musical acts in history. But for one magical night in 1968, these four musical maestros teamed up to form the superest of supergroups ever…
Today in 1980, the world lost a true music icon much of whose work is as relevant today as it ever was. While it's pretty futile to try and touch on John Lennon's influence on modern music in its entirety, "Imagine" stands as a classic that sounds just as good today as it ever has. So take a few minutes to give it a…
Google is getting even more daring (and bandwidth-hogging) with their doodles, with today's logo celebrating John Lennon's 70th birthday being their first to feature video. It's a clever embedded YouTube of Imagine, one of the greatest songs ever written.
The OLPC Foundation's last advertising effort was close to perfect, with a strong message and affecting imagery. Their latest? A creepy, boomer-manipulating, possibly effective oddity.
Finally! Paul McCartney has signed a $400 million deal, which will see the Beatles catalog make its way to iTunes, at long last. UPDATE: While the UPI is a great source, and their story was written as fact, Sony/ATV, holders of much of the Beatles publishing rights, are throwing doubt on any of this being true. The…