Archive for June 22nd, 2018

Books Where the Dog Dies, Rewritten So the Dog Doesn’t Die

There are quite a few literary classics in which the characters must deal with the death of a beloved dog. It's heart wrenching, but sometimes it's there to make a point, and sometimes it is the entire reason for the sto...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/06/22/Books-Where-the-Dog-Dies-Rewritten-So-the-Dog-Doesnt-Die/

Kitten on the Freeway

[https://youtu.be/hlLdIoC3UGw] (YouTube link) Hope for Paws got a notification of a kitten on the freeway in Los Angeles, on a fast lane with no shoulder. Eldad Hagar and Loreta Frankonyte were out transporting a dog wit...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/06/22/Kitten-on-the-Freeway/

Simon Jansen's ASCIImation Version of Star Wars

In 1997, downloading a short video clip took forever, Flash animation was still in development, we had never heard of Midi-chlorians, and people with time on their hands created little pictures with ASCII characters. New...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/06/22/Simon-Jansens-ASCIImation-Version-of-Star-Wars/

Cassette Navigation 1971

[https://youtu.be/KliWHCzE16c] (YouTube link)Imagine a GPS (or SatNav, if you're British) in 1971. There was such an idea, but since the satellite technology wasn't there yet, it came on pre-recorded cassette tapes that...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/06/22/Cassette-Navigation-1971/

Jon by Gail Galligan

Once, Jon Arbuckle of the comic strip Garfield was voted "The Most Depressed Comic Book Character." He serves as a comic foil for his cynical cat Garfield. That's not quite the case in this version of Jon by cartoonist G...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/06/22/Jon-by-Gail-Galligan/




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