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Woman's ancient 'Clameur de Haro' rejected by Guernsey court | Channel - ITV News
"Rosie Henderson adopted the Norman ritual in an attempt to stop road works at Les Echelons. [...] It is described as a cry for justice and involves an aggrieved party, known as the ‘criant’, the alleged ‘wrongdoer’ and two witnesses."
law  history  language  nomic 
12 weeks ago by kevan
RCAHMW | Cropmarks 2018
"As the drought has persisted across Wales, scores of long-buried archaeological sites have been revealed once again as ‘cropmarks’, or patterns of growth in ripening crops and parched grasslands."
history  plants  weather  wales 
july 2018 by kevan
The Mystery Man Who Spent 20 Years Photographing North American Buildings - Atlas Obscura
"He was clearly fascinated with buildings and signs. [...] His travels took him to the Grand Canyon, the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, the Great Lakes, the Rocky Mountains, and across the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, but he did not take a single image of any of those wonders."
photography  signs  history  america 
july 2018 by kevan
Confessions of a Disk Cracker: the secrets of 4am. - Paleotronic Magazine
"Preservation is driven by pirates, who are driven by ego but constrained by the technical limitations of their era. In the 1980s, this meant storage space and network speed."
software  piracy  history  hacking  via:lmg 
july 2018 by kevan
Old Maps Online
"OldMapsOnline.org indexes over 400.000 maps. This is only thanks to the archives and libraries that were open to the idea and provided their online content."
maps  history 
may 2018 by kevan
Square Kufic Design
"One of the most common square kufic design principles is to arrange the text in a square or rectangle. Most of these texts are orientated in a spiral from one corner around the edge and inwards to the middle of the square."
design  writing  history 
may 2018 by kevan
Difficulties - The Chromatographic Chronicle of English History
"Each century is divided into one hundred squares, each square representing a year, to be read in decades from left to right."
history  books 
may 2018 by kevan
How Arrow-Wielding Men Mapped Britain in the 1940s - Atlas Obscura
"A quintessential revision point might be a scratch on a wall, or the corner of a doorway, or an old nail sticking out of a post—something so ordinary, unchanging and small, most people wouldn’t even notice it."
maps  history  secrets 
april 2018 by kevan
The Folly Fellowship
"The Folly Fellowship was founded in 1988 as a pressure group to protect, preserve, and promote follies, grottoes & garden buildings. At this time, many follies were in a ruinous condition (although some were built that way) and the genre was largely an historic one that we felt worth preserving."
architecture  history 
april 2018 by kevan
victoria j dean - The Illusion of Purpose
"Disconnected from the modern digital world, these material structures and the systems in which they once functioned are obsolete. With the simplicity and directness of a symbolic form, each structure withholds its message, alluding to a relic from a forgotten language."
architecture  history  via:viv 
march 2018 by kevan
On the Hunt for the Lost Wonders of Medieval Britain - Atlas Obscura
"When, sometime between the 9th and 12th centuries, a native son took up the task of listing the Wonders of Britain, he included a lake with 60 islands in it and a fountain of salt, a levitating altar and a shape-shifting royal burial mound—all told, 26 natural phenomena and small miracles."
maps  history  mysteries 
march 2018 by kevan
John Johnson and Harding Collections
"Writing Blanks, Board Games and other Educational Games of the 18th and 19th centuries from the John Johnson and Harding Collections" - historical boardgame scans from the Bodleian.
games  board  history  dice 
march 2018 by kevan
Deadly CO2 gases in the Plutonium of Hierapolis (Denizli, Turkey) | SpringerLink
"The site was first described by Strabo and Plinius as a gate to the underworld. During centuries, it attracted even ancient tourists. In a grotto below the temple of Pluto, CO2 was found to be at deadly concentrations of up to 91%."
poison  history  religion 
february 2018 by kevan
The Lion Man: an Ice Age masterpiece – The British Museum Blog
"An experiment by Wulf Hein using the same sort of stone tools available in the Ice Age indicate that the Lion Man took more than 400 hours to make."
history  religion  art 
february 2018 by kevan
How America Lost Its Mind - The Atlantic
"Treating real life as fantasy and vice versa, and taking preposterous ideas seriously, is not unique to Americans. But we are the global crucible and epicenter. We invented the fantasy-industrial complex."
america  psychology  history  delusions  politics 
august 2017 by kevan
The Lost Joys of the Screen Saver
"What we abandoned with the death of screen savers—themselves testifiers of disuse—was a culture that could accept walking away from life onscreen."
computers  history  art  via:linkmachinego 
june 2017 by kevan
BBC - Earth - There are diseases hidden in ice, and they are waking up
"Pathogenic viruses that can infect humans or animals might be preserved in old permafrost layers, including some that have caused global epidemics in the past."
pestilence  ice  history 
may 2017 by kevan
Germany's chess village hopes heritage listing proves 'leap of joy' move | World news | The Guardian
"If, in spite of the home advantage, a Ströbeck player was about to walk into a trap set by the visiting opponent, members of the audience were allowed to shout out the warning “Vadder, mit Rat!” meaning “Father, be careful” in the local dialect."
chess  history  germany 
january 2017 by kevan
A mysterious 14-year cycle has been controlling our words for centuries - ScienceAlert
"The study suggests that words get a certain momentum, causing more and more people to use them, before reaching a saturation point, where writers start looking for alternatives."
language  science  history 
december 2016 by kevan
Hanafuda - Wikipedia
"Each time gambling with a card deck of a particular design became too popular, the government banned those cards, which then prompted the creation of new ones. [...] Because hanafuda cards do not have numbers (the main purpose is to associate images) and the long length to complete a game, it has a partially limited use for gambling."
japan  cards  games  history  law 
november 2016 by kevan
Wild monkeys throw curve at stone-tool making's origins | Science News
"Without the intention of making a stone tool, and with the right rock types, capuchins produce objects that are shaped like stone tools. [The capuchins] did not use fractured pieces of sharp stone to cut, scrape or dig up anything."
monkeys  stone  history  illusions 
october 2016 by kevan
Light Capsules from Craig Winslow | Ghostsigns
"These ‘Light Capsules‘ are a non-invasive way of bringing ghostsigns back to life, allowing the letter forms and colours to be fully visible again." Bankside and Stoke Newington, 17-24 September.
light  history  signs  via:sarah 
september 2016 by kevan
Prehistoric tombs may have doubled as star-gazing observatories | New Scientist
"Now archaeoastronomers are making the case that [passage graves] could also have been used for spotting stars at dawn, when they are normally too faint to see."
history  secrets  space  light  eyes 
july 2016 by kevan
The London Underground's Iconic Typeface Gets A Redesign | Co.Design | business + design
"Today, the type foundry is announcing a new remastering of Johnston called Johnston100. [It] tries to bring a little bit of Johnston's original spirit back, with wider characters, looser spacing, and a slightly more eccentric feel."
fonts  design  history  london  tube 
june 2016 by kevan
Doc around the clock: BBC Arena celebrates 40 years in a day | Sight & Sound | BFI
"Approaching its 40th anniversary in characteristically thoughtful and ludic fashion, long-time producer Anthony Wall and editor Emma Matthews have revisited its archive of over 600 films from which they’ve terraformed a 24-hour film."
television  history  time 
may 2016 by kevan
Science Advisor (@civadvisor) on Twitter
Civilization alert boxes plus Wikipedia's fads-by-decade categories: "Discovery of Gangnam Style by Germans renders reality television obsolete."
history  creations 
may 2016 by kevan
Patrick Chaplin: Darts on the Wireless
"The BBC is determined to make us play games of one sort or another. Now they want us to play darts, not merely to listen to a commentary on someone else playing, but they are going to put one man in the studio to play against you!" (1938)
sport  radio  history 
may 2016 by kevan
Rules of Card Games: Cuttle
"The exact origin of this unusual two-player game is unknown. Dating from the 1970's at the latest, it is the earliest example I have found of a combat card game."
games  cards  history 
april 2016 by kevan
Pub must be rebuilt brick by brick, orders council, after developers tore it down to build flats - London Evening Standard
"Council chiefs will next week issue an unprecedented enforcement notice to the firm that owns the Carlton Tavern in Maida Vale requiring it to “recreate in facsimile the building as it stood immediately prior to its demolition”."
demolition  simulation  history  london  architecture 
april 2015 by kevan
Mail Rail, British Postal Museum & Archive on Vimeo
"A total of 223 terrestrial laser scans were completed to document the existing condition of the Mail Rail site and to digitally preserve the location before major construction work commences."
london  underground  history  simulation  via:sarah 
april 2015 by kevan
16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways - My Modern Met
"[This] 16th century text has a special sixfold dos-à-dos (or 'back to back') binding with strategically placed clasps that makes it possible for six books to be neatly bound into one"
books  history  technology  via:nea 
april 2015 by kevan
Anglo Saxon remedy kills hospital superbug MRSA - health - 30 March 2015 - New Scientist
"Take cropleek and garlic, of both equal quantities, pound them well together... take wine and bullocks gall, mix with the leek... let it stand nine days in the brass vessel..."
history  pestilence  medicine 
march 2015 by kevan
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (1890), Duodecim Scripta
"None of the above passages shed much light on the details of the game. Our knowledge of them is mostly gained from an epigram of Agathias on a case of special ill-luck which befel the Emperor Zeno (A.D. 474-491)."
games  history  board 
march 2015 by kevan
They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside | WIRED
"So how do you spread your ideas? You publish esoteric rites as if they are exposures—public outings of Masonry. Except you publish in code, so only an elite cadre of fellow Masons can read the dangerous things you have to say."
secrets  history  cryptography 
february 2015 by kevan
The Eloquent Peasant » Blog Archive » Oldest papyri ever discovered document pyramid building, or More reasons why the aliens did not build the pyramids
"It took four days, using the Nile and connecting canals, to transport the blocks about 10km to the pyramid construction site, which was called the ‘Horizon of Khufu’. The logbook documents these activities for a period of more than three months."
history  paper  egypt  construction  via:adrian 
november 2014 by kevan
British Council Film Collection on Vimeo
"During the 1940s, the British Council commissioned over 100 short documentary films designed to promote an understanding of Britain and Britishness. They were created with an overseas audience in mind, and were intended to act as cultural propaganda, counteracting both negative Nazi propaganda and the popular perception of Britain as a country stuck in the past."
films  history  via:sarah 
may 2014 by kevan
The Oldest Living Things in the World — R a c h e l ⋅ S u s s m a n
"Since 2004 I’ve been researching, working with biologists, and traveling the world to photograph continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older."
trees  history  photography  via:viv 
may 2014 by kevan
How 3D printers forge new art from old etchings - New Scientist
"[Factum Arte] have worked from Piranesi's etchings of ancient Roman artefacts and created life-size, three-dimensional sculptures, realising forms that previously only existed on the page."
history  art  simulation 
march 2014 by kevan
Metal Detecting and Digging on the Thames Foreshore
"Scraping the Thames foreshore surface with any type of implement is considered digging."
london  history  law 
march 2014 by kevan
Prehistoric forest arises in Cardigan Bay after storms strip away sand | UK news | The Guardian
"The skeletal trees are said to have given rise to the local legend of a lost kingdom, Cantre'r Gwaelod, drowned beneath the waves. The trees stopped growing between 4,500 and 6,000 years ago, as the water level rose and a thick blanket of peat formed."
trees  history  wales  weather 
february 2014 by kevan
600 year old mystery manuscript decoded by University of Bedfordshire professor - beds.ac.uk
The Voynich. "But already my research shows conclusively that the manuscript is not a hoax, as some have claimed, and is probably a treatise on nature, perhaps in a Near Eastern or Asian language."
history  secrets  mysteries  language 
february 2014 by kevan
Eye Magazine | Feature | Rub-down revolution
"By the 1970s, punk had got its anarchic hands on Letraset, using it for handbills, record sleeves and posters, the rubdown letters’ tendency to break and crinkle suiting the movement’s rampageous, in-yer-face aesthetic."
fonts  history  via:james 
february 2014 by kevan
Metro Makeovers for the Abandoned Stations of Paris | Messy Nessy Chic Messy Nessy Chic
"The ambitious mayoral candidate Nathalie Koziuscot-Morizet has also put forward plans for reviving the Little Belt (Petite Ceinture), the inner city railway, abandoned since 1934."
paris  transport  architecture  history  via:adrian 
february 2014 by kevan
The Past and Present of Croydon's London Road
"In the articles on this website, I follow the history of each individual address [on Croydon's London Road] back as far as possible — in most cases, to the time when it was first built."
history  architecture  cities  croydon 
february 2014 by kevan
For Nearly Two Decades the Nuclear Launch Code at all Minuteman Silos in the United States Was 00000000
"[Having] a bunch of nuclear missiles sitting around un-launchable because nobody had the code was seen as a greater risk by the military brass than a few soldiers simply deciding to launch the missiles without proper authorization."
war  history  secrets 
december 2013 by kevan
Thin Wire — Makeshift Magazine
"References to hawala date back to the eighth century, when it emerged as a way to protect tradesmen from the pirates and bandits that plagued the long-distance trade routes of the Indian Ocean or Mesopotamia. [...] Money instead moved time zones and continents via a single communication between two hawaladars or thadekars (hawala agents): a promise that the cash had been deposited on one end, and thus could be withdrawn from the other."
money  history 
november 2013 by kevan
Big Game Hunter - 2008 Summer Journey - TIME
"As Finkel translated the bewildering blend of Babylonian and Sumerian words, he began to realize it was a treatise on the Royal Game of Ur."
board  games  history 
september 2013 by kevan
Oldest Gaming Tokens Found in Turkey : Discovery News
"[The] elaborate pieces consist of 49 small stones sculpted in different shapes and painted in green, red, blue, black and white."
board  games  history  mysteries 
august 2013 by kevan
Telegraph "spam", 1864 - CHM Revolution
"I have never had any dealings with Messrs. Gabriel, and beg to ask by what right do they disturb me by a telegram which is evidently simply the medium of advertisement?"
spam  history 
august 2013 by kevan
A Boris Bus visits a Ghostly Village
"Route 23A runs just once a year, from outside a mainline train station to nowhere in particular via a totally empty village where no one lives."
transport  history  secrets 
august 2013 by kevan
Shipping galleries 3D model - About us - Science Museum
"Originally opened in 1963, the Shipping Galleries were home to the Museum's maritime collection until 2012, when the galleries closed. Before the 1800 objects on display were moved into storage, a 3D point cloud model of the space was created."
museums  history  simulations  via:sarah 
july 2013 by kevan
Atlas of True Names - British Isles
"The Atlas of True Names reveals the etymological roots, or original meanings, of the familiar terms on today's maps of the World, Europe, the British Isles and the United States."
maps  history  language 
june 2013 by kevan
Obsolete Constellations
"The following list contains former constellations that are no longer recognized as official by the International Astronomical Union."
space  history  via:james 
june 2013 by kevan
The 36-Hour War: Life Magazine, 1945 | Restricted Data
"Visualizing nuclear war is an old media past time. How old? One of the most vivid early depictions of this sort of atomic apocalyptic thinking come from Life magazine’s issue of November 19, 1945 — only a few months after Hiroshima and Nagasaki."
war  history  future  apocalypse 
april 2013 by kevan
Charles A. A. Dellschau Dreams of Flying: The Amazing Story of an Airship Club That Might Never Have Existed - Rebecca J. Rosen - The Atlantic
"The whole idea that during the Gold Rush, a group of men would have gathered weekly to drink while concocting designs for balloons, dirigibles, and other flight craft is 'totally plausible,' according to Baker-White. It's more the specifics than the notion of the Sonora Aero Club that are historically suspect."
transport  air  mysteries  history 
march 2013 by kevan
BBC News - Liverpool's lost Williamson tunnels unearthed
"The tunnels were built and conceived in the early 19th century by eccentric businessman Joseph Williamson, who paid soldiers returning from the Napoleonic war to build them. No records were kept of how far they stretch, nor which direction they go in."
underground  secrets  history  via:simon 
march 2013 by kevan
List of Buddha games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The Buddha games list is a list of games which it is reputed that Gautama Buddha said that he would not play. As such it dates back to the 6th or 5th century BC and is the earliest known list of games."
games  history  board  dice 
december 2012 by kevan
What a Wonder is a Terrible Monitor « ASCII by Jason Scott
"The phosphor glows [in Asteroids], the shots look like small stars floating across the glass, and a raster line is not to be seen. It’s an entirely different experience, and the teenagers at MAGfest had never seen it before, and unfortunately, it is well on its way out."
games  computers  history  light  via:blech 
december 2012 by kevan
The history of AOL as told through New York Times crossword clues - Quartz
"Below, I’ve compiled nearly every appearance of AOL in the Times crossword from 1997 to 2011, taking the company on a journey from “Prodigy competitor” (Jan. 14, 1997) to [...] ”Company with Patch Media” (Oct. 9, 2011)."
history  crosswords  business  via:waxy 
december 2012 by kevan
Untroubled.Org Spam Archive : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
"This directory contains all the spam that I have received since early 1998."
spam  email  history  via:leonard 
november 2012 by kevan
The First Men on the Moon: The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing
"The presentation includes original Apollo 11 spaceflight video footage, communication audio, mission control room conversations, text transcripts, and telemetry data, all synchronized into an integrated audio-visual experience."
space  history  video 
october 2012 by kevan
Sudden Sway: Neuro-Activity Modules and Klub Londinium | Cope
"Klub Londinium was a specifically media-based experience, possibly one of the first real transmedia experiences, more than twenty years ago, before portable technology included CD players let alone MP3s, GPS or Google Maps."
london  walking  history  sound  secrets 
september 2012 by kevan
BLDGBLOG: War Sand
"On Normandy beaches where D-Day landings took place, you will find sand-sized fragments of steel [...] an artificial landscape of eroded machines still detectable, albeit with specialty instruments, in the coastal dunes."
history  stone  metal  war  via:linkmachinego 
august 2012 by kevan
Tai shogi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Before the discovery of taikyoku shogi in 1997, tai shogi was believed to be the largest playable chess variant, if not board game, ever. One game may be played over several long sessions and require each player to make over a thousand moves. It was never a popular game; indeed, a single production of half a dozen game sets in the early 17th century was a notable event."
board  games  history  via:leonard 
july 2012 by kevan
IU media historian's find in stacks at Wells Library could represent oldest record in world: IU News Room: Indiana University
"[Emile Berliner's] words -- preserved as an image in a German magazine from 1890 and resurrected through today's technology at Indiana University -- represent what can be considered the oldest record in the world."
sound  history 
july 2012 by kevan
Dazed Digital | Nick Gentry's Interface
"As identity evolves in the digital age, and society is constantly discarding, recycling, and moving forward, Gentry’s portraits are set on a canvas of floppy disks; a canvas which unites subject and medium."
art  history  computers  via:travishodges 
july 2012 by kevan
Scott and Scurvy
"Somehow a highly-trained group of scientists at the start of the 20th century knew less about scurvy than the average sea captain in Napoleonic times. Scott left a base abundantly stocked with fresh meat, fruits, apples, and lime juice, and headed out on the ice for five months with no protection against scurvy, all the while confident he was not at risk. What happened?"
disease  medicine  science  history  food 
june 2012 by kevan
Technology - Alexis Madrigal - The Mechanics and Meaning of That Ol' Dial-Up Modem Sound - The Atlantic
"What you're hearing is the way 20th century technology tunneled through a 19th century network; what you're hearing is how a network designed to send the noises made by your muscles as they pushed around air came to transmit anything, or the almost-anything that can be coded in 0s and 1s."
history  sound  computers  phones  via:waxy 
june 2012 by kevan
Stephen Walter’s Map Of Subterranean London | Londonist
"Walter has painstakingly charted the buried rivers, Tube lines, bunkers, sewers, government tunnels and other hypogeal secrets of London."
london  maps  underground  secrets  history 
may 2012 by kevan
Why Some Civil War Soldiers Glowed in the Dark - Mental Floss
"The chemical cocktail that P. luminescens uses to clear out its competition probably helped kill off other pathogens that might have infected the soldiers’ wounds."
bacteria  history  science  blood  via:ole 
april 2012 by kevan
The ASC: Spomenik—Jan Kempenaers and “The End of History” « John Bailey's Bailiwick
"Some of the Spomeniks show clear evidence of neglect, with underbrush and trees taking root around them. It is difficult to determine whether the piece shown above is a fallen fragment of a greater structure—or whether its concrete kindling tumble is its actual design."
architecture  war  history  dereliction 
april 2012 by kevan
The Foreign Language of 'Mad Men' - Benjamin Schmidt - Entertainment - The Atlantic
"Using digitized books, movie subtitles, and tools like the Google Ngram viewer [...] it's possible to write a computer program that looks at every single phrase to see if it really appeared in print in the 1960s."
language  history  television  via:danielle 
march 2012 by kevan
London’s Longest Roads And Where They Lead To | Londonist
"A single road connects Lambeth North Tube station to Brighton Pier. The A23, as it’s now known, is another old Roman road, a fact that becomes readily apparent if you follow its largely straight course on a map."
travel  london  brighton  maps  history 
march 2012 by kevan
Tom Phillips: Sculpture & Mixed Media: 20 Sites n Years
"Every year on or around the same day (24th May - 2nd June) at the same time of day and from the same position a photograph is taken at each of the twenty locations on this map."
photography  history  london 
february 2012 by kevan
The Millions : The Arcades Project: Martin Amis’ Guide to Classic Video Games
"He’s technically correct, too, about the fact that, when the aliens descend to the very lowest rung, “you can slide around underneath them, touching them with your nozzle, and survive!” — but I’m not sure he’ll be wanting that sentence to show up in The Quotable Amis, should such a volume ever appear."
games  writing  history  secrets  via:infovore 
february 2012 by kevan
The Goon Who Saved 'Manos'!
"A common refrain I've heard is that without Joel and the Bots, the movie is 'unwatchable,' but I suspect a big part of that is the bad visual presentation that the movie has always had. [...] Though it's doubtful I will change anyone's mind about Manos, I would like to send a message that every film, regardless of the place it holds in movie history, deserves a fair shot to be maintained and presented in the best way possible."
films  history  via:zarba 
february 2012 by kevan
BBC News - The road sign as design classic
"The girl in the school children crossing sign is based on a picture of [Margaret Calvert] herself. She didn't like the grammar school overtones of the earlier sign, which featured a boy wearing a cap and carrying a satchel."
signs  design  history 
december 2011 by kevan
Info Tech of Ancient Democracy
"Once all the candidates' tickets were slotted in, the archon took a quantity of small bronze balls -- some colored white, the rest black -- and poured them into the funnels at the tops of the kleroteria."
technology  history  politics 
november 2011 by kevan
Google Kills Its Other Plus, and How to Bring It Back - Waxy.org
"On Wednesday, Google retired a longer-standing 'plus': the + operator, a standard bit of syntax used to force words and phrases to appear in search results. The operator was part of Google since its launch in 1997 and built into every search engine since."
web  hacking  history 
october 2011 by kevan
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