George Washington did not have two sets of testicles, and he may or may not have had a schnauzer, but in the spirit of Presidents Day, here's a satirical take on the first commander-in-chief's legendary life. Out of the weird brain of Brad Neely from Creased Comics, it's probably my favorite YouTube video of all…
It's Presidents' Day, the annual Monday in February when we close our banks and sleep in to honor our leaders. But who was the first early-adopter-in-chief to use a telephone? To ride in a car? To send an email? Here's a look back at which of our 44 presidents have been on the forefront of technology.
It's President's Day! You probably know this because of your horrible hangover and the fact that you were in bed until noon. But Europeans, who have less reason to stay on top of American holidays, are apparently reminded by their Windows Phones.
Dealing with the technology of the day is part of the President's job description, but some have looked to the future more resolutely than others. Today being President's Day, here are five Commanders in Chief who gave their geek constituents stuff to actually geek out about.
Apart from bringing us laws, wars, peace, hanging chads, lobbies, sex scandals, First Ladies and Rough Riders, there have been presidents and Founding Fathers who have brought us all kinds of gadgets and inventions. Jump to see the best tech that the fearless leaders of the free world had to offer us.
To: The Presidents of the United States
Happy Presidents Day, where we honor our first president, George Washington, born in 1732, and our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, born in 1809. What does this have to do with gadgets? Well, there were plenty of techno-devices in the lives of these presidents, and some of them were precursors to those we worship…