13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCLXXVIII)
1. "University L", somewhere in Belgium Captured by this urban explorer, with an excellent Flickr account of urban decay. 2. Karen Leadlay working on computers in the space division of General Dynamics, 1964 “Note to self: Invent printed circuits.” Via Straker's World. 3.
THE ATOMIUM - Popular Mechanics (Jan, 1958)
By G. H. Davis SINCE THE DAYS of the Great Exhibition in London in 1851, every large world's fair has had some spectacular piece of architecture as a central attraction. The 1851 exhibition had its Crystal Palace, the 1889 exhibition in Paris produced the Eiffel Tower, the 1939 fair in New York had the Trylon and Perisphere, and now the Brussels Universal and International Exhibition of 1958 will have its Atomiumâ€”-probably the strangest structure of them all. This oddity, to symbolize the…
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