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January 11, 2013
newsweek:

This week’s Newsweek cover is animated! 
(Big h/t to GIF-master Dianna McDougall for GIF-ing this cover.)
The cover story is about the (very likely) last government-funded human expedition to the depths of the ocean. In the future, machines! We sent reporter Tony Dukoupil out to investigate the robot takeover. 
The cover is animated exclusively in the iPad issue, because, y’know, paper don’t animate.

Paper still wins on the folding front, though.

newsweek:

This week’s Newsweek cover is animated! 

(Big h/t to GIF-master Dianna McDougall for GIF-ing this cover.)

The cover story is about the (very likely) last government-funded human expedition to the depths of the ocean. In the future, machines! We sent reporter Tony Dukoupil out to investigate the robot takeover

The cover is animated exclusively in the iPad issue, because, y’know, paper don’t animate.

Paper still wins on the folding front, though.

12:58 // 1 year ago
June 15, 2012
imwithkanye:

Happy 25th Birthday to the Animated GIF. According to the Daily Dot, “on June 15, 1987, Alexander ‘Sandy’ Trevor and his team, which included inventor Steve Wilhite, released an enhanced version of the GIF called 87a.”
Pictured above: The subtle world of animated GIFs created by If We Don’t, Remember Me.

Today in tools that can be used for good and evil, but have mostly found a niche in recent years to be used for good.

imwithkanye:

Happy 25th Birthday to the Animated GIF. According to the Daily Dot, “on June 15, 1987, Alexander ‘Sandy’ Trevor and his team, which included inventor Steve Wilhite, released an enhanced version of the GIF called 87a.”

Pictured above: The subtle world of animated GIFs created by If We Don’t, Remember Me.

Today in tools that can be used for good and evil, but have mostly found a niche in recent years to be used for good.

(via bbook)

11:25 // 1 year ago