Archive for the ‘History’ Category
April 22nd, 2010
In the earlier 90s, this is one of my favorite TV, Maskman. It was a Japanese show from the late 80s, that time I was kid, jumping on sofa with a paper gun. I can still remember the characters, the fight and the music but one thing I didn’t realize, they actually go naked before the transformation. Check out the videos after the break. Read more…
March 22nd, 2010
Back in 1980, the 20GB IBM 3380 Disk Systems will costs you up to $1.1-million and plus you will need some help in carry it up to your office as it weighs 4400 pounds. But today you can pick up a 32GB microSD card at just $15 – $100 and you can just keep it in your wallet.
November 26th, 2009
Wish I have all of them. Those are the Coca Cola from the past.
September 25th, 2009
September 24th, 2009
Deep-sea diving suit circa 1882 was made by Alphonse and Théodore Carmagnolle and it is being shown at the National Marine Museum in Paris. Hmm… they did not described how this thing being used, it looks heavy. Read more…
June 29th, 2009
One of the popular and famous game in NES was the Contra. I remember there’s a cheat where you can get 30 life. When you look it back now, it looks easier to play. But those days, it took your whole day to play. Check out this contra speed run after the break. Read more…
April 24th, 2009
How’s a car concept in olden days? Have you thought of that? Yeah, this is the concept car from 1980 called Citroën Karin, a concept by Trevor Fiore in 1980. It is a three-seater car. More pictures after the break. Read more…
April 7th, 2009
Adrian Mann of New Zealand decided that he was going to build a piano when he was 16 years old, not just piano but world’s largest and longest grand piano. All done from scratch and entirely by hand. Four years later, he completed it.
March 26th, 2009
That’s fun, look for old pictures of places, print them out and go to the exact location and compare the past and present. This is done by Jasonepowell (flickr user), titled: Looking Into the Past. More pictures after the break. Read more…