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The Video Game Revolution is a fascinating PBS site. The Video Game Revolution examines the evolution and history of the video game industry, from the 1950s through today, the impact of video games on society and culture, and the future … Continue reading
Li Zhensheng – the Chinese photography in the Cultural Revolution. Pictures from 1964 till 1976. Li Zhensheng was the one person who, through his unique photographic legacy, could convey this truth on the printed page. A few guidelines were established … Continue reading
La Révolution Des Crabes is a cute French Animation about crabs, the spirit of change and conformism, directed by Arthur de Pins. Well, I just started to learn French but I got some things on the video (but they could … Continue reading
Mexico: from Empire to Revolution is a very interesting exhibition with the history, maps, photos and chronology. Reproduced in the digital resource are cabinet cards, cartes-de-visite, albums, postcards and other forms of photography. The Photographers represented are either Mexican or … Continue reading
The Color Television Revolution the early days of colour television broadcasting in the 1950’s and 60’s. Information about the equipment, ads, channels, tv sets and more stuff.
The Paperback Revolution: the history of paperback books through an animated timeline, gallery, some texts and links. Very cool site with a beautiful design.