TGIF, Gizmodo citizens. Against all odds, we’ve made it to another Friday. Unless we’re stuck in some kind of time loop and we never left last Friday. Either way, it’s nearly the weekend. Pull up a chair and your beverage of choice. How the hell are you?
If you're going to go through the trouble of whitewashing Huckleberry Finn by taking out the n-word, why not replace it with something more anachronistic. Like robots. I mean, it only makes sense, after Twain met Data, that he'd incorporate them into his stories. The more you donate to the project, the cooler the end…
There's little action, no sound, and the footage is grainy. But this brief clip may be the only existing video of writer Mark Twain and his daughters Clara and Jean. It was captured in 1909 by inventor Thomas Edison.