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George Eastman and Kodak
Published by deepblue 71 months ago in Popular Culture | +37 votes | 17 comments
Going to an Airshow, Facts to Consider in Going to an Airshow
Published by deepblue 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +31 votes | 15 comments
Tips and guidelines for successful joke-telling; plus a sample of some pretty funny jokes!
Published by Sharla Smith 84 months ago in Popular Culture | +28 votes | 14 comments
Adolf "Adi" Dassler and the Success of the Brand with the Three Stripes
Published by deepblue 71 months ago in Popular Culture | +27 votes | 12 comments
The cosmetics industry uses specific modes of representation to pressure women into deriving their self-worth from becoming objects of desire. This has intensified in the digital era. It is now possible to airbrush photographs to create an image of physical perfection that is not possible in reality.
Published by MJ5446 82 months ago in Popular Culture | +27 votes | 9 comments
Are we, living in this technologically-advanced society, losing the skills and desire for real, face-to-face conversation? Discover how to enhance your conversation skills, and why.
Published by Sharla Smith 85 months ago in Popular Culture | +25 votes | 8 comments
‘Paparazzi’ is a term denoting photojournalists who specialize in candid photography of prominent people such as celebrities and politicians. The term originates from Italian and accordingly the singular forms are paparazzo (male) and paparazza (female).
Published by MJ5446 83 months ago in Popular Culture | +24 votes | 9 comments
In the 1930s Universal Pictures produced a series horror films which established the thematic preoccupations and iconography of the genre, not to mention its stars. Many of the horror genre's best-known conventions – the creaking staircases, the ruined castles and the mobs of peasants pursuing monsters with torches – originated in these films.
Published by MJ5446 86 months ago in Popular Culture | +23 votes | 15 comments
This week sees the release Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, a cinematic adaptation of John le Carré’s classic espionage thriller of the Cold War era.
Published by MJ5446 72 months ago in Popular Culture | +22 votes | 12 comments
the News of the World, history of the News of the World, first owner of the News of the World, first editor of the News of the World, Lascelles Carr, George Riddel, Emsley Carr, list of editors of the News of the Wordl,
Published by DeeBee 75 months ago in Popular Culture | +22 votes | 8 comments
Man with a Movie Camera (1929) is an experimental documentary film by the innovative Russian director Dziga Vertov.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +21 votes | 12 comments
A compilation of fifty quotes by famous people, from Einstein to Mae West, and Picasso to Mark Twain.
Published by Sharla Smith 91 months ago in Popular Culture | +21 votes | 17 comments
Henry F. Phillips and the Fastening System That Became A Trend
Published by deepblue 71 months ago in Popular Culture | +20 votes | 11 comments
which is Britains oldest cheese, where is Stilton cheese made, when did baked Beans first go on sale in the UK, when did chocolate bars first go on sale in the UK, when did Christmas puddings first go on sale in the UK, who invented crisps, what was the first British fizzy drink, who invented Marmite, how long has sliced bread been sold in the UK, which was the first supermarket in the UK, when were winegums first sold in the UK,
Published by DeeBee 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +20 votes | 5 comments
The United Kingdom is home to thousands of public houses, or pubs as they are usually known. Lying at the heart of rural villages or nestled in the streets of towns and cities, pubs remain at the centre of British life. Many of these cherished establishments are hundreds of years old and have distinctive names, the origins of which are based in history, mythology and folklore.
Published by MJ5446 83 months ago in Popular Culture | +20 votes | 10 comments
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