New research shows that the first work dogs were designed in two sizes for two different jobs.
Source: Dogs have been working alongside humans for much longer than we thought
This infographic shows the many technological advances made throughout the history of solar energy – going all the way back to the Neolithic Era in China.
Source: The History of Solar Energy, Going Back to 4,000 B.C.
In our previous two posts, we looked at some of America’s pioneering women of midcentury automotive design. This week, we travel to Europe to explore the story behind an unlikely figure whose early exploits helped shape the automobile for centuries to come. Portrait of Bertha Benz as a young
Source: Bertha Benz, the Fugitive Road-Tripper Who Helped Launch the Modern Automobile – Core77
On a recent trip to Antarctica, photographer Julieanne Kost (previously) spent several days weaving in-between icebergs around Black Head, Cuverville Island, and Pleneau Bay, spending her time aboard a zodiac boat in order to experience the beauty of the continent’s blue ice at eye level. H
Source: Photographs of Antarctica’s Blue Ice at Eye Level by Julieanne Kost
An amazing article about some of the measures used to foil counterfeiting of banknotes.
Source: Anti Counterfeit Measures
Adventures make us more productive, happy, and creative. But if you feel you don’t have time to get out there it’s time to say hello to ‘microadventures’.
Source: How microadventures boost your creativity – Crew blog
Joni Niemelä captures the moments within nature often looked over, the extreme details seen best through macro photography and an imaginative eye. One of Niemelä’s photographic obsessions is the carnivorous plant Drosera, more commonly known as the “Sundew,” a nickname which refer
Source: Joni Niemelä’s Macro Photographs Capture Carnivorous Plants’ Alien-Like Structures