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The Origins of the Times Square Ball Drop
The sight was “a torch to usher in the new born, a funeral pyre for the old which pierced the very heavens,” The Times wrote.
nytimes  history  times_square  nyc 
15 days ago by tysone
Why the “golden age” of newspapers was the exception, not the rule » Nieman Journalism Lab
People have always cared about news. They have just found different modes to gather and consume it. The next decades will look more like the times before the golden age, when newspapers competed with many other methods to gather news.
newspapers  history 
may 2018 by tysone
Victor Keegan: Will MySpace ever lose its monopoly? | Technology | The Guardian
John Barrett of TechNewsWorld claims that MySpace is well on the way to becoming what economists call a "natural monopoly". Users have invested so much social capital in putting up data about themselves it is not worth their changing sites, especially since every new user that MySpace attracts adds to its value as a network of interacting people.
prediction  folly  facebook  history 
march 2018 by tysone
Your logo is copied – Ferdinand Vogler – Medium
After a few years in Design you eventually find out that everything has been done before. I figured out where some popular logos might have come from. When does copying become stealing? Is it even that bad?
design  history  logo 
august 2017 by tysone
Tow Center: Platforms and Publishers: A Definitive Timeline
The timeline below identifies key developments on tech platforms used by journalism publishers. Here you can explore the significant shifts in the platform landscape as these companies adjust to new relationships with publishers.
history  research  newspapers  internet 
august 2017 by tysone
Fascinating 1942 photos show the making of the New York Times, step by step
In September 1942, Office of War Information photographer Marjory Collins paid a visit to the offices of the New York Times, located at the iconic One Times Square and an annex on 43rd Street.
nytimes  history  photography 
may 2017 by tysone
Tools of the trade – Infographics for the People
John Grimwade: When I started making infographics, every freelancer in the business carried a briefcase everywhere they went. It was filled with all the equipment needed to make artwork. You needed technical pens, french curves, ellipse templates, compasses, ruling pens, paintbrushes, a craft knife, and so on. We spent a lot of time in art supply stores, buying designer’s colors and inks and everything else. I still love those places more than any other shops, although there are a hell of a lot less of them around now.
history  design  infographics 
january 2017 by tysone
The Bauhaus | Harvard Art Museums
The Harvard Art Museums hold one of the first and largest collections relating to the Bauhaus, the 20th century’s most influential school of art and design.
design  history  inspiration 
august 2016 by tysone
Farewell - ETAOIN SHRDLU - 1978 on Vimeo
A film created by Carl Schlesinger and David Loeb Weiss documenting the last day of hot metal typesetting at The New York Times. This film shows the entire newspaper production process from hot-metal typesetting to creating stereo moulds to high-speed press operation. At the end of the film, the new typesetting and photographic production process is shown in contrast to the old ways.
There are interviews with workers at NYT that are for and against the new technology. In fact, one typesetter is retiring on this final day as he does not want to learn the new process and technology.
This is the first time the film has ever been available in HD from the original 16mm master film.
nytimes  history  linotype  documentary 
january 2016 by tysone
Before there was Photoshop | graphic design tools | Photoshop 25th anniversary - YouTube
Follow along as Sean Adams mocks up a layout with a variety of traditional design tools.
design  history  toteach 
july 2015 by tysone
An oral history of the epic collision between journalism and digital technology, from 1980 to the present
journalism  history  toteach 
april 2015 by tysone
How the Military Waged a Graphic-Design War on Venereal Disease | Collectors Weekly
In many ways, such a coordinated public effort to alter sexual behavior was unprecedented. At a time when discussion of sexual activity was anything but frank, the VD posters of World War II addressed the topic directly using clinical language, ominous symbolic imagery, and jingoistic slogans to help enlisted men steer clear of sexually transmitted infections. While American sex-ed programs have taken many forms over the last hundred years, the military’s VD campaign left a unique trail of ephemera in its wake, featuring imagery that’s both gorgeous and deeply unsettling.
history  illustration  posters  war 
february 2015 by tysone
The Histomap. - David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
The Histomap. Four Thousand Years Of World History. Relative Power Of Contemporary States, Nations And Empires. Copyright by John B. Sparks. Published by Histomap, Inc. Chicago, Ill. Printed and distributed in the U.S.A. by Rand McNally & Co., Chicago, Ill.
charts  history  toteach  visualization 
february 2015 by tysone
A brief history of web design for designers. Explained with animations
So instead of debating whether designers should learn code or developers should learn design, let's set some common ground on how design for the web evolved and how we could bridge the gap between code and design.
design  history  toteach  web  css 
december 2014 by tysone
Please be patient - This Page is Under Construction!
This small collection was saved from the rapidly dying Geocities, which Archive Team is working desperately to save for a historical archive
gif  history  webdesign 
august 2014 by tysone
Why all airline maps look the same - Quartz
Some airlines have flirted with minimalism in the past. After inheriting a 1983 travel magazine of Portugal, which includes that shockingly restrained circuit diagram of TAP Air Portugal destinations you see above, I searched the internet for similar approaches—all of which were made before the 1990s. That’s probably not a coincidence.
cartography  airlines  history  inspiration 
august 2014 by tysone
Computer Chronicles - The Internet (1995) - YouTube
In this episode of Computer Chronicles, Stewart Cheifet will show you what the internet had to offer back in the 1990's. He would also show you how to get onto the internet. But first, You would need a Internet Service Provider (ISP). But for this episode of Computer Chronicles, Stewart Cheifet will show you the most popular ISP back in the 1990's, and that was Compuserve. Keep in mind that this TV Program was recorded and broadcasted back in 1995. Thanks for watching and enjoy the video!
history  computers  toteach 
april 2013 by tysone
Planning for The Wall Street Journal Online began before the World Wide Web burst onto the scene. Software for the service was to be distributed on disks and users would dial in to retrieve updates. This early prototype was developed by Neil Budde, who championed the new service. Plans for a dialup service would continue until January 1995, when plans shifted to an Internet service.
wsj  history  news_design 
november 2012 by tysone
Artists Commemorate the 25-year anniversary of the GIF
In celebration of the format’s 25th anniversary, the Daily Dot reached out to 19 GIF artists from across the Web to create special, commemorative animations for the occasion and to sound off on the future of GIF.
forsnd  history  internet  animation 
june 2012 by tysone
Coolvetica - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts
Coolvetica is a scratch built, sans serif font, based on an American chain store logo circa 1970. It was an era when everyone was modifying Helvetica, and not just for logo designs. Even font designers were at it.

The Photo Lettering Inc. catalog was loaded with playful helvariations.
typography  totry  font  history 
june 2012 by tysone
When Letraset Was King
For serious graphic designers, Letraset was the Adobe of the Seventies. Here’s a look at two of the company’s catalogs from 1970 and 1973.
design  history  forsnd  analog  typography 
may 2012 by tysone
Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus - The Atlantic
The New York City Municipal Archives just released a database of over 870,000 photos from its collection of more than 2.2 million images of New York throughout the 20th century. Their subjects include daily life, construction, crime, city business, aerial photographs, and more. I spent hours lost in these amazing photos, and gathered this group together to give you just a glimpse of what's been made available from this remarkable collection. [53 photos]
history  nyc  photography  amazing 
may 2012 by tysone
A Dear John Letter to Firefox by Mike Wilcox » Club✩AJAX
Life was never boring, and at the nearest hint that it was, you would whisper in my ear, “I have a new AddOn…” And boy oh boy, I’ll never forget the first night with that Greasemonkey.
firefox  history 
may 2012 by tysone
Field Notes Memo Archive
Field Notes owe their existence to a tradition of promotional memo books distributed to American farmers over the last hundred years by seed, tractor, and other agricultural companies. Co-founder Aaron Draplin has been collecting these for years, “rescuing them” from obscurity.
forsnd  design  history  video 
april 2012 by tysone
What newspaper are your children reading? | Modern Mechanix
• Does it do its best to present the whole truth?
• Does it give both sides of disputed questions?
• Does it have convictions—and is it fair to those who disagree?
history  newspapers 
april 2012 by tysone
Historical gossip juicy historical rumors American gossip blog from Perez Hamilton
Imagine if Perez Hilton was around during the founding of America…
That’s us, bitches!!!!!!!
Perez Hamilton delivers the HOTTEST gossip from the New World, as it happens. We mean drama SO steamy that everyone will be talking about it — for centuries.
blog  history  hilarious 
april 2012 by tysone
Railroad company logo design evolution
100 logos from American and Canadian railroad companies
logos  design  history  inspiration 
march 2012 by tysone
text from “the net” ca. 1988-94
internet  history  links 
march 2012 by tysone
language  history  profanity 
february 2012 by tysone
Map of How Manhattan’s Grid Grew - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com
In 1811, John Randel created a proposed street grid of Manhattan. Compare his map, along with other historic information, to modern-day Manhattan.
nytgfx  nytimes  nyc  history  maps 
january 2012 by tysone
Oregon Trail: How three Minnesotans forged its path
FORTY YEARS AND TEN iterations later, the Oregon Trail has sold over 65 million copies worldwide, becoming the most widely distributed educational game of all time. Market research done in 2006 found that almost 45 percent of parents with young children knew Oregon Trail, despite the fact that it largely disappeared from the market in the late '90s.
games  history  nostalgia  from instapaper
december 2011 by tysone
The Sketchbook of Susan Kare, the Artist Who Gave Computing a Human Face
The challenge of designing a personal computer that “the rest of us” would not only buy, but fall crazy in love with, however, required input from the kind of people who might some day be convinced to try using a Mac. Fittingly, one of the team’s most auspicious early hires was a young artist herself: Susan Kare.
forsnd  mac  apple  design  icons  history 
november 2011 by tysone
9/11 Newspaper headlines: design and typography
The images above are from newspaper Extra’s published on september 11, 2001, the images below from september 12. It’s an experiment. I was just curious how each newspaper brought the news that day. How big their headlines were in comparison to the size of the pages. How objective the content would be.
toteach  typography  newspapers  journalism  history  9/11 
november 2011 by tysone
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
In 1662, the newly formed 'Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge' was granted a charter to publish by King Charles II and on 6 March 1665, the first issue of Philosophical Transactions was published under the visionary editorship of Henry Oldenburg, who was also the Secretary of the Society. The first volumes of what was the world's first scientific journal were very different from today's journal, but in essence it served the same function
history  science 
october 2011 by tysone
Daily Heller, Lest I Forget Tibor
Two names changed design in the eighties and nineties: Mac and Tibor. One changed the way we work, the other the way we think. The former is our tool, the latter was our conscience.
tibor  design  history  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Attached > ... > Apple Computer > Macintosh Newsweek advertisement
Apple bought all of the advertising space in November/December special election issue of Newsweek in 1984, and devoted it all to Macintosh. Below you can see all 39 pages of the advertisement, as well as Newsweek’s front cover.
apple  advertising  history  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Everything Is Terrible!: INTERNET FOR KIDZ!
Okay guy's the first thing you need to know is the internet is amazing!
toteach  internet  history  video  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Apple's 1987 Knowledge Navigator, Only One Month Late - Waxy.org
So, 24 years ago, Apple predicted a complex natural-language voice assistant built into a touchscreen Apple device, and was less than a month off.
apple  history  prediction  iphone  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
The Evolution of Apple Ads | Webdesigner Depot
Here’s a stunning compilation of some of Apple’s most notable advertisements from the 70s until the present day, including a few videos ads.
apple  history  advertising  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
"Linotype: The Film" Official Trailer
"Linotype: The Film" is a documentary about Ottmar Mergenthaler's amazing Linotype typecasting machine and the people who own and love these machines today.
forsnd  typography  video  history  design  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
Center Of Attention | The Art Of Record Center Labels | Home
Welcome to Center Of Attention. This is a website dedicated to the artwork, graphics and logos of record center labels, set up by me (web designer and ex-record collector Simon Foster)
records  music  history  design  inspiration  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
Data Visualization: Journalism's Voyage West
This visualization plots over 140,000 newspapers published over three centuries in the United States. The data comes from the Library of Congress' "Chronicling America" project, which maintains a regularly updated directory of newspapers. 
forsnd  visualization  history  newspapers  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
World War II in Photos - Alan Taylor - In Focus - The Atlantic
This series of entries will last from June 19 until October 30, 2011, running every Sunday morning for 20 weeks. In these photo essays, I hope to explore the events of the war, the people involved at the front and back home, and the effects the war had on everyday lives. The entries will follow a roughly chronological sequence, with some broader themes (such as "The Home Front") interspersed throughout. These images will give us glimpses into the real-life experiences of our parents, grandparents and great grandparents, moments that shaped the world as it is today.
wwii  photography  photojournalism  history  from delicious
june 2011 by tysone
Roseanne Barr on the Lack of Change in the TV Industry -- New York Magazine
Roseanne Barr was a sitcom star, a creator and a product, the agitator and the abused, a domestic goddess and a feminist pioneer. That was twenty years ago. But as far as she’s concerned, not much has changed.
hilarious  history  television  feminism  from delicious
june 2011 by tysone
The 'Times' As Tardy Leader and the History of Women's Suffrage | The Awl
What can we learn about the paper's process of leading, following or getting out of the way from its coverage of the women's suffrage movement—and of the relationship of this coverage to future successes of social movements?
nytimes  history  women  from delicious
june 2011 by tysone
First NY Times restaurant review, circa 1859?
I'm not well versed in the history of food criticism, but I believe this is perhaps the first restaurant review to appear in the Times and that the unnamed gentleman who wrote it (the byline is "by the Strong-Minded Reporter of the Times") is the progenitor of the paper's later reviewers like Ruth Reichl, Mimi Sheraton, and Frank Bruni.
food  nytimes  history  nyc  from delicious
june 2011 by tysone
Celebrating Linotype, 125 Years Since Its Debut
Around for a century, Linotype machines were made obsolete in the 1970s by changing technologies -- but they have not been forgotten
forsnd  typography  history  from delicious
may 2011 by tysone
Everything Is A Remix: KILL BILL on Vimeo
An extrapolation on the "One Last Thing" from Kirby Ferguson's web series Everything Is A Remix - Episode 2:
cinema  remix  history  film  Tarantino  from delicious
may 2011 by tysone
Inside the Hindenburg in colour | HOW TO BE A RETRONAUT
‘The two Hindenburg-class airships were passenger carrying rigid airships built in Germany in the 1930s named in honor of Paul von Hindenburg. They were the last such aircraft ever built, and in terms of their length and volume, the largest aircraft ever to fly.’
retro  history  photography  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
15 years of NYTimes.com on Vimeo
An overview of NYTimes.com homepages from 1996 to 2011. Screenshots from Archive.org's Wayback Machine. Compilation and video made by Vostok design studio (vostok.es). Music: Newspapers by Jonny Hahn.
nytimes  history  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
Map of How Manhattan’s Grid Grew - Interactive Map - NYTimes.com
In 1811, John Randel created a proposed street grid of Manhattan. Compare his map, along with other historic information, to modern-day Manhattan.
nytimes  nytgfx  nyc  history  maps  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
It'll Never Work!
This started out as a list of negative and pessimistic comments about new ideas, but, to provide some balance, I've begun to add a few overly enthusiastic and optimistic comments.
prediction  lists  history  brilliant  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
YouTube - Chain of Fools : Upgrading through every version of windows (HQ)
An experiment to see the effects of installing every major upgrade version of windows, in order, on the same machine.
microsoft  hilarious  history  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
A Collection of Black History Charts
Linda Eckstein writes, "The stunning charts you see here were hand drawn and colored at the turn of the 19th century, by Sociology students at Atlanta University. Their professor at the time, African American activist W.E.B. Du Bois, was organizing the upcoming “American Negro” exhibit for the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris."
forsnd  visualization  charts  race  history  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
List of common misconceptions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This list of common or popular misconceptions describes documented ideas and beliefs which are fallacious, misleading, or otherwise flawed; however, these ideas have been repeated as though they are true. "Misconception" redirects here. For the Law & Order episode, see Misconception (Law & Order).
wikipedia  history  culture  hilarious  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Abnormal Use: Views of 2011 From 1931
Way back on September 13, 1931, The New York Times, founded in 1851, decided to celebrate its 80th anniversary by asking a few of the day's visionaries about their predictions of 2011 - 80 years in their future. Those assembled were big names for 1931
nytimes  prediction  history  amazing 
december 2010 by tysone
Dangerous Minds | Deconstructing ‘Gimme Shelter’: Listen to the isolated tracks of the Rolling Stones in the studio
Holy shit is this revelatory. Wonderfully demonstrates how the Rolling Stones sound is more than just the sum of its parts, with the component tracks of one of their key songs, “Gimme Shelter,” from 1969’s Let it Bleed album.
rollingstones  music  history  deconstructed 
december 2010 by tysone
Press: New Paths to Buried Treasure - TIME
1986: "The power of this thing is unbelievable," says Journal- Bulletin Reporter Elliot Jaspin. "Newspapers are either going to start doing what we do, or they're going to be bypassed and out of date."
journalism  history  car  data  prediction 
november 2010 by tysone
Isarithmic History of the Two-Party Vote « David B. Sparks
Isarithmic maps are essentially topographic or contour maps, wherein a third variable is represented in two dimensions by color, or by contour lines, indicating gradations. I had never seen such a map depicting political data — certainly not election returns, and thus sought to create them.
visualization  politics  history 
november 2010 by tysone
In Hunt for Nazis, an Incomplete History - Interactive - NYTimes.com
A secret internal history of the Justice Department’s Nazi-hunting unit, the Office of Special Investigations, chronicles numerous hidden chapters in the office’s 31-year-existence. But a heavily redacted version of the report turned over by the Justice Department in response to a lawsuit deletes more than 1,000 passages in the report, including many of the most intriguing references. Here is a sampling of the original passages in the unredacted report, obtained by the New York Times, as compared with the deleted versions.
nytimes  projects  history  government  nazi  dc 
november 2010 by tysone
Apple: Their Tablet Computer History
Now that Apple has released the market-leading iPad, with a barrage of other tablet computers and dedicated eReaders flooding the market, it’s worthwhile to look back and see where all of this came from. The focus will be on Apple, and their history with tablet computers.
forsnd  apple  tablet  ipad  history  design 
november 2010 by tysone
First NYT Election Map? « Matthew Ericson – ericson.net
The speed with which the results made it into print boggles the mind given the technology of the day (especially considering that in the last few elections in the 2000s, with all of the technology available to us, there have been a number of states that we haven’t been able to call in the Wednesday paper).
nytimes  history  elections 
november 2010 by tysone
Trailer for "Linotype: The Film"
"How does the Linotype fit in with new technology? It doesn’t."
forsnd  typography  design  history  video 
november 2010 by tysone
Flowchart: Understanding the Web, for Fans of Charles Dickens | Fast Company
In this latest installment, the author of "Everything Explained Through Flowcharts" (out Tuesday) travels to 19th (and 31st) century London--braving the plague, Jack the Ripper, and countless robbery attempts--to explain the 20th century's most life-changing tool.
hilarious  visualization  history  illustration 
november 2010 by tysone
486 - "A Really Greater New York" | Strange Maps | Big Think
In 1911, Dr T. Kennard Thomson proposed to expand New York into its adjacent waters for a grand total of 50 square miles. Thomson was neither a lightweight nor a crackpot.
nyc  brooklyn  history  maps 
november 2010 by tysone
DISUNION - Opinionator Blog - NYTimes.com
One-hundred-and-fifty years ago, Americans went to war with themselves. Disunion revisits and reconsiders America's most perilous period -- using contemporary accounts, diaries, images and historical assessments to follow the Civil War as it unfolded.
nytimes  history  war 
november 2010 by tysone
Ideas and Trends - One State, Two State, Red State, Blue State - NYTimes.com
The Times, which published its first color presidential election map in 2000, followed the networks, although Archie Tse, a graphics editor who made the choice, provided a different rationale: ''Both Republican and red start with the letter R,'' he said.
history  nytgfx  politics  color 
october 2010 by tysone
How to Understand Typography Like a Professional Designer - How-To Geek
Typography is so overwhelmingly ever-present we hardly notice it there anymore. As elemental as it is to our culture, it’s actually bizarre to think it has a history at all. This article will serve as a condensed education on the basics of typography, including typographic terms, proper usage of fonts, unusual characters, and history.
toteach  typography  history  design 
october 2010 by tysone
You're Stealing it Wrong: 30 Years of Inter-Pirate Battles on Vimeo
Historian Jason Scott walks through the many-years story of software piracy and touches on the tired debates before going into a completely different direction - the interesting, informative, hilarious and occasionally obscene world of inter-pirate-group battles. A multi-media extravaganza of threats, CSI-level accusations and evidence trails, decades of insider lingo, and demonstrations of how the more things change, the more they still have to keep their ratios up.
internet  history  video 
october 2010 by tysone
Artistry and Artifice in The Times Studio - NYTimes.com
Such pictures are easy to dismiss today as stilted, archaic and fantastic. But they offer a window into their time that even an armchair anthropologist can open. Men conquer the planet. Women are introduced to society. Everyone is white and — except for actors — terribly earnest.

And reality is an illusion.
nytimes  photojournalism  history 
september 2010 by tysone
DOE - NNSA/NSO -- Historical Test Films
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has embarked on the Nuclear Weapons Film Declassification Project to make available to the public and many users films that contain historically significant events in the development of the U.S. nuclear weapons program.
history  footage  military  nuclear  video  science  archive 
september 2010 by tysone
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