For me, seeing this picture was just like finding out there’s no Santa Claus.
Business cards for Glammer Education Institute of Hair Design.
The Russians Used a Pencil: Running iPhone Apps in the Foreground -
Much has been written about the iPhone’s lack of ability to run third party apps in the background, a limitation that has likely been imposed to conserve CPU, RAM, and battery. This is something that will undoubtedly be made possible with a future hardware upgrade (potentially as early as the next…
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The suitably incredible business letterhead of Nikola Tesla, circa 1900. Inventions featured, clockwise from top-left: Oscillation Transformer, Telautomaton (wireless, remote-controlled devices; pictured is a remotely-operated boat, showcased in 1898), Steam & Gas Turbine, Induction Motor. Centre: Wardenclyffe Tower (never completed).
Related letterhead: Thomas Edison.
Nikola Tesla Company, c.1900 | Submitted by Gina
Harry Houdini, 1923 | Source
Letterhead used by Houdini in the 1920s when sending a lettergram (a fast means of written communication similar in many ways to a telegram), complete with pre-printed disclaimer for the accompanying message’s informal, brief nature; for the modern equivalent, see “Sent from my iPhone.”
Adolf Hitler | Source