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|It's simply a weird/funky/interesting looking symbol. Don't know what it is though. ||03/20/2006||441|
|Not so much a circle as it is a funky image in somebody's field. Near St. Louis||03/21/2006||765|
|Not the worlds most exciting shopping centre but it does have funky pyramid shapes sticking up out of the roof everywhere and it is often the greenest thing during Canberra's droughts.||09/17/2005||284|
|A weird looking plane on one of the Marshall Islands. The wings have a red/white striped pattern.||11/05/2006||550|
|Valdemar Poulsen (23 November 1869, in Copenhagen – 23 July 1942) was a Danish engineer. He developed a magnetic wire recorder in 1899, the prototype for tape recorders we know today.|
|The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is part of the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, a United States government agency. It is not a library in the usual sense but is a research facility and a museum. The archives is a repository of approximately 27 million pages of Jimmy Carter's White House material, papers of administrat...||12/06/2005||342|
|BBC Maida Vale contains four sound studios for music and drama. The studio was home to John Peel's Peel Sessions, a regular slot in which a current popular band would play a set exclusively for the show. It was also home to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, created in 1958 to produce sound effects and new music for radio. The most famous of the Workshop's creations using 'radiophonic' techniques...||02/28/2006||239|
|In december 4th. 1971 during a concert by Frank Zappa a fire occured. Zappa shouted "FIRE" but the audience thaught it was a part of the gig. Someone had lit the ceiling with a flare-gun. The casino burned down.|
At the concert were also the band Deep Purple who had in mind to make their 1972 released LP "Machine Head" at the casino. But they had to go to a clo...
|Konrad Zuse (June 22, 1910 in Berlin – December 18, 1995) was a German engineer and computer pioneer. His greatest achievement was the completion of the first functional tape-stored-program-controlled computer, the Z3, in 1941. The Z3 is sometimes claimed to be "first computer" as such, though this depends on complex and subtle definitional issues, as the machine was not truly general-purpose i...||10/17/2005||386|
|The Museum is a private institution, founded in 1911 in Copenhagen, where the collection was only occasionally on exhibit. In 1966 the museum moved to Elsinore and opened its first building and in 1969 the second at Nordre Strandvej, Elsinore. |
From september 2002 the entire museum has relocated to 25, Fabriksvej in the southern part of Elsinore.
The museum has been extend...
|Friar Park is the 120-room Victorian neo-Gothic mansion previously owned by the eccentric Sir Frank Crisp near Henley-on-Thames and bought by the musician George Harrison as his new home on 14 January 1970, as he left his former home Kinfauns, in Esher.|
Harrison installed a 16-track tape-based recording studio in a guest suite, which at one stage was superior to the one at EMI's ...
|Built by Dan Maddox in 1957, RCA Records Studio B was constructed at the request of Chet Atkins and Steve Sholes to facilitate the needs of RCA Victor Records and other record labels. According to Chet Atkins in his autobiography, the plans for the studio were drawn up on a napkin by Bill Miltenburg, RCA's chief engineer and recording manager.|
Construction took 4 months, and the ...