Vintage Computing & Gaming (VC&G) shared a long Fast Company article, with embedded images and YouTube videos, showing the amazing, little-known backstory of the most popular arcade game in United States (U.S.) history.
- Cannot Unseen showing the United States of America (USA)'s Presidents' before and after mugshots.
VideoSift shared a 5.25 minutes YouTube video showing "What Is the Real Unemployment Rate? -- In which John Green discusses the 'real' unemployment rate in the United States (U.S.), and how different ways of calculating jobless rates have led to vastly different conclusions about the health of the U.S. economy...
This National Broadcast Company (NBC) News article answered on "Ever Wondered What It Takes to Cover an Election? A Lot of Pizza... Whether November 8 sees victory within the Republican party or the Democratic Party, America's true winner might just be the pizza party.
Cannot Unseen shared National Public Radio (NPR)'s interactive United States (U.S.) map showing "The Most Common* Job In Each State 1978-2014".
This Savage Chickens comic strip shows a better idea on what to do with crappy Mondays!
Back in 2013, The New York Times reported that "In High-Tech Japan, the Fax Machines Roll On ... Japan is renowned for its robots and bullet trains, and has some of the world's fastest broadband networks. But it also remains firmly wedded to a pre-Internet technology — the fax machine — that in most other developed nations has joined answering machines, eight-tracks and cassette tapes in the dustbin of outmoded technologies.
VideoSift shared an almost nine/9 minutes YouTube video documentary showing "Exploration #4 - Oil Of L.A. -- Twenty/20 billion barrels of oil sit beneath Los Angeles. Hidden in plain sight, thousands of wells pump day and night all over the city covered by hollow office buildings, camouflaged next to high schools, and concealed behind shopping malls. We put on our boots and went exploring."