The first ever macy’s store ( i was gunna do the first emoticons but i got really lazy and felt i needed an attempt at a christmas theme.) We here’s Macy #1 right in the center of new york. (constructed way back in 1858) oh and here’s a fun fact, it used to be known as Macy’s dried goods :O.
Ladies and fish monsters I give you the octo-auto built by engineer M.O Reeves in 1911 and back in a time when shocks were non-existent this car promised a smooth ride. Alas, this car sold just about as well as those Hitler action figures and he only managed to sell 2 units. But, hey this was mankind’s first attempt at an all terrain vehicle.
Greetings everyone this is mechanical man. He’s one of the first robots to appear in television
Back in 1932 people for some reason passionately believed that waterwheeling a sport that doesn’t need much imagination to imagine would become a sport. As you can guess this didn’t amount to anything
(apple,jobs,vintage) The title explains itself, now think back to the specs and the price to the last computer you bought.
(London 2012,)Well, with the first images of the opening ceremony coming to us New Yorkers, i assumed it was appropriate to remind of all of when this all started; let’s go back to 1896,Greece where the first modern Olympics under french man Pierre De Coubert held it’s games back then only 13 nations competed (compared to today’s 205) and events such as tug-of-war were actually considered legit sports. Abet all the differences though one thing remained the same the United States won a majority of the medals so once again…TEAM USA!
STRAIT FROM THE AGE OF RACISM AND SWAG COMES ONE OF THE FIRST INDOOR SKATES EVER CREATED. The first indoor skates were made around 1819 by M. Petitbled from france. The model you are seeing this fine (yet douchey) gentlemen was created around 1910 and could reach speeds of 20 mph. These things were reserved for the upper crust of society and only the richest could enjoy getting a concussion at break neck speeds
This is the first ever website created called http://info.cern.ch way back in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee. Unshockingly, the website was simply an explantation of what the world wide web was and served as a sort of directory to find other website despite the fact that no other websites existed……akward.