13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol.XXXII)

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29th Jul, 2013

1. A young (and rather strapping) Prince Charles

Found on Pinterest 

 

 

2. A Ghost Development on Private Caribbean Island for sale at $45m.

Set to become an ultra-luxurious hotel under the Mandarin Oriental banner, the development on Dellis Cay in the Turks and Caicos fell victim to the financial crisis in a big way. 

Full article found on Curbed

 

 

3. The smallest shop in London, 1900

A shoe salesman with a 1.2 square meter shoe store, found on History in Pictures

 

 

4. A Letter from Campbell Soup to Andy Warhol, 1964

Found on Letters of Note

 

 

5. Ceretto Winery, Italy

Found here

 

 

6. How to Marinate your own Feta

I get a little obsessed with Greek salads in the summer so this article on making your own marinated feta caught my eye… Recipe on Minimally Invasive

 

 

7. The First Apple Computer, 1976

The Apple I, devised in a bedroom by Steve Wozniak, Steven Jobs and Ron Wayne, was a basic circuit board to which enthusiasts would add display units and keyboards. In June, 2012, a rare Apple 1 computer, one of only two hundred built in 1976 by Wozniak and Jobs, sold at auction in New York at Sotheby’s for a whopping $374,500 to an unidentified bidder. Only fifty Apple 1’s are left in existence and only a handful are still working.

Found on Curious History

 

 

8. A one-seater Citröen DS

Artists Gabriel Orozco sliced out the middle, found on Design Boom

 

 

9. Paris, 1924

People walking on the chairs at the Maisons-Laffitte racecourse to escape the river Seine flood, 1924, found on 4H10

 

 

10. DIY Pastel colored dip dyed chairs

Found on Remodelista

 

 

 

11. Batman Cola circa. 1960s

Bottles or cans can sell at auction for up to $3,000. Found here and here

 

 

12. Google NYC Offices, complete with Vintage Train

See more of the office on Untapped Cities

 

 

13. Inside the Playboy Club, 1960s

Footage of club begins at 1m 15 second mark

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