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How we reacted when we heard #GeorgeClooney got engaged.
Apr 28, 2014 / 1 note

How we reacted when we heard #GeorgeClooney got engaged.

fastcompany:

The former astronaut shares his views on the importance of innovation, collaboration, and leadership to the success of any project.
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Apr 21, 2014 / 174 notes

fastcompany:

The former astronaut shares his views on the importance of innovation, collaboration, and leadership to the success of any project.

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Apr 8, 2014
30 years ago today … 
Mar 24, 2014 / 2 notes

30 years ago today … 

Mar 21, 2014 / 878 notes

fallontonight:

Jimmy and Billy Joel form a two-man doo-wop group and make sweet a cappella music.

We *loved* this amazing doo-wop duet with one of our favorite singers — and Jimmy is pretty good, too. ;-) 

pbsamericanmasters:

The boy who became a rebel. The rebel who became a soldier. The soldier who became an icon. The icon who disappeared. 'Salinger' premieres tonight at 9/8c on PBS. 
Jan 21, 2014 / 42 notes

pbsamericanmasters:

The boy who became a rebel. The rebel who became a soldier. The soldier who became an icon. The icon who disappeared. 

'Salinger' premieres tonight at 9/8c on PBS

Why older adults should matter to every #CES2014 attendee.
Jan 7, 2014 / 1 note

Why older adults should matter to every #CES2014 attendee.

Jan 6, 2014 / 1 note

Today in 1964, Bobby Vinton’s cover of “There! I’ve Said It Again” would be the last #1 charting single on the Billboard charts before the Beatles would change pop music forever. 

newyorker:

Here’s a look at New Year’s Eve kisses from years past: http://nyr.kr/1k4z271
New York City, 1959. Photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum.

Happy new year! What a cool way to ring in the new year… With all kinds of kisses from the past.
Jan 1, 2014 / 935 notes

newyorker:

Here’s a look at New Year’s Eve kisses from years past: http://nyr.kr/1k4z271

New York City, 1959. Photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum.

Happy new year! What a cool way to ring in the new year… With all kinds of kisses from the past.

Do you remember flying in the era of the “sexy skies”?
theatlantic:

Sexy (and Sexist) Airline Ads from The Atlantic Archives

These days, air travel is anything but sexy. TSA pat-downs, inflatable neck pillows, reruns of CBS sitcoms—it can get pretty grim at 35,000 feet.
There was a time, however, when flying was both the literal and figurative height of sexiness. “The good old days,” Mark Gerchick calls them wryly in the January/February Atlantic. “When travelers were ‘mad men’ and flight attendants were ‘sexy stews,’ when the ‘sex sells seats’ mantra drove some carriers to adorn ‘trolley dollies’ in hot pants and go-go boots.”
While air travel ads printed in The Atlantic in those days were a little more… buttoned up (than, say, this 1972 Southwest Airlines commercial), it’s clear the “sexy skies” gimmick was an advertising boon. The campaigns were wildly misogynistic, hopelessly fantastical, and maybe a little bit racist. But sell seats they did, from Narita to O’Hare.
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Dec 23, 2013 / 34 notes

Do you remember flying in the era of the “sexy skies”?

theatlantic:

Sexy (and Sexist) Airline Ads from The Atlantic Archives

These days, air travel is anything but sexy. TSA pat-downs, inflatable neck pillows, reruns of CBS sitcoms—it can get pretty grim at 35,000 feet.

There was a time, however, when flying was both the literal and figurative height of sexiness. “The good old days,” Mark Gerchick calls them wryly in the January/February Atlantic. “When travelers were ‘mad men’ and flight attendants were ‘sexy stews,’ when the ‘sex sells seats’ mantra drove some carriers to adorn ‘trolley dollies’ in hot pants and go-go boots.”

While air travel ads printed in The Atlantic in those days were a little more… buttoned up (than, say, this 1972 Southwest Airlines commercial), it’s clear the “sexy skies” gimmick was an advertising boon. The campaigns were wildly misogynistic, hopelessly fantastical, and maybe a little bit racist. But sell seats they did, from Narita to O’Hare.

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