Thanks to Kalev Leetaru, a Yahoo! Fellow in Residence at Georgetown University, you can now head over to a new collection at Flickr and search through an archive of 2.6 million public domain images, all extracted from books, magazines and newspapers published over a 500 year period.
The Guardian My favourite city film is … Blade Runner The Guardian From its opening panorama of Los Angeles in November 2019, plumes of flame billowing from refinery towers in an endless cityscape of skyscrapers and pyramids, Blade Runner changed...
A young man sees changing numbers floating above the heads of people around him and suddenly recognizes a woman who can do the same. But a tragic twist forces him to realize how the numbers—and what they tell you about people—can be a curse.
Reuters Venice Film Festival: The 10 best films to see BBC News Al Pacino features in a double bill at Venice: he stars alongside Holly Hunter and Harmony Korine in David Gordon Green's Manglehorn, and Barry Levinson (Rain Man, Wag the Dog) directs...
A collection of artists directed by Alejandro Garcia Cabbalero brought Mexico's 590-acre cemetery Panteón Dolores to life thanks to some little animated video projectors. And the result is really stunning.
Here's the sneak peek of season 4 that was shown ahead of the Person of Interest panel at Comic-Con yesterday. Finch and Reese's new alter egos are relatively pedestrian, but Root and Shaw's prove that the Machine has a sense of humor.
Speculative fiction is the literature of change and discovery. But every now and then, a book comes along that changes the rules of science fiction and fantasy for everybody. Certain great books inspire scores of authors to create something new. Here are 21 of the most influential science fiction and fantasy books.