Screenshot of John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 cult hit “Pulp Fiction.” From silent films to sci-fi flicks, the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress contains hundreds of motion pictures that span more than … Continue reading
#TBT: 10 years ago, @BritneySpears topped our Zeitgeist as the top-trending search term. Who will it be this year? pic.twitter.com/ARspcBjvGw — A Googler (@google) December 12, 2013 NewsHour Extra has teamed up with Google and Meograph for the #MyZeitgeist challenge. … Continue reading
The National Geographic Society’s “Women of Vision” exhibition showcases the work of 11 female photographers and shares the stories behind the captivating images of war, poverty and culture they captured. Jeffrey Brown interviews some of the featured photojournalists about their work. Continue reading
Popular sci-fi series “Doctor Who” celebrates 50 years on Saturday. Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images The adventure started on November 23, 1963. Viewers stepped inside a police box that was “bigger on the inside,” and met the Doctor, played by … Continue reading
Blank on Blank, a PBS Digital Studios production, and PRX animated a 1965 Grace Kelly interview about the late President John F. Kennedy.
First Daughters Sasha and Malia Obama take a selfie to commemorate their dad’s inauguration in January. Photo by Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images
3D models of President Abraham Lincoln’s life masks are just two of the Smithsonian’s 137 million artifacts digitally archived and available for the public to see. Image courtesy of Smithsonian Digitization Program Office Using 3-D printing and scanning to archive … Continue reading
Move over Cyber Monday. China’s annual online shopping festival has you beat. Alibaba.com, China’s biggest e-retailer Sales on Singles’ Day — also known as Double 11 because of it’s date on Nov. 11– totaled $3.1 billion for China’s biggest e-retailer, … Continue reading