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UPDATED: Maps Of The Week’s Mystery Mass Animal Deaths

Click for larger image Following the mystery large-scale animal deaths that are sweeping the globe, Canada’s National Post has compiled this handy map for us. UPDATE: Google have created a real-time map… Mass Animal Deaths map courtesy of Google Yesterday io9.com offered some rational explanations for...

Best NASA Photos of 2010

Caroline Hirsch of the New Yorker has kindly compiled her favourite Hubble telescope images released by NASA this year and there are some stunners, like the one above. Check more out at The New Yorker.

Abbey Road with Alan Parsons

This weekend I went along to Abbey Road in London, the world’s most famous recording studio, to attend an extraordinary talk by Alan Parsons.

New Com Truise Track: Colourvision

Colorvision (WIP) by Com Truise As I mentioned in my rundown of the best music of 2010, Com Truise has good times up ahead of him, whoever she/he is. Yes, there’s an awful lot of crap styled around the 1980s but Com Truise have nailed...

Master Yoda Reads SatNav Instructions

I can’t believe I only just saw this year-old viral ad for Tom Tom SatNav. It’s a brilliant and rare example of someone using a LucasFilm licence in a way that doesn’t make me want to rewrite my childhood. Indeed, it’s a great example...

10 Years Of The Beatles’ Styles

Illustrator Maxim Dalton has just released a limited run of 500 prints of this cool poster showing how the biggest selling band of all time evolved sartorially through the 1960’s in a fifteen-step change from all black Pierre Cardin suits to the confused, messy...

Incredible Colour Footage of London Streets & Landmarks in 1927

This amazing film shows London in 1927 - 12 years before World War II tore through Europe and changed London’s people and landscape forever. We see people enjoying Hyde Park, dodging buses in the road, going shopping and generally doing the stuff we still...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – Multiplayer World Premiere

8th November 2011. That’s the release date for what looks like an awesome follow-up to the game that kept us warm all through last winter. The trailer shows some of the London multiplayer map, peeks at new weaponry (what’s that rotary blade sticky bomb?)...