Printer ink costs over seven times more than Dom Perignon vintage champagne per millimeter.
Apple makes their employees work on fake projects until they can be trusted.
Women were not the first choice as telephone operators. Prior to September 1, 1878, when a woman named Emma Nutt became the first female operator, boys were the preferred choice. It was soon apparent, however, that boys often insulted and prank customers.
The Soviet Tu4 was a reversed-engineered copy of the US B29 bomber. Copied to such detail that every Tu4 had a rivet hole in one wing exactly where an unknown Boeing engineer mistakenly drilled it in the B29 used as a template.
In 1936, the Russians made a computer that ran on water.
Emily Howell is a computer program that can make classical music.
Twitter, Wikipedia, and AOL IM all crashed at 3:15pm the day Michael Jackson died.
It’s not possible to delete a Skype account.
Carrier pigeons beat internet upload speed as late as in 2010. They actually sent pigeons over with USB sticks the same time they started uploading a video over broadband and the pigeons won.
70% of Iran’s science and engineering students are not men, but women.