Technological development usually makes our lives easier eliminating human intervention in many fields, but in the same time it is taking away someone’s job, sometimes even forever. Therefore we have listed below 15 jobs that were taken away by the technology. Knocker-uppers We all set alarms on our smartphones, those who trust technology less
FIFA World Cup takes its roots back in 1930 and already then lots of discussions around the subject were created. The main issue was the ball choice as there was no universal shape accepted. For the final match between Argentina and Uruguay it was decided that one team chooses a ball for the first
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Old photos in the process of colorization in these gifs created by the Dutch website NSMBL.
The 20th century has brought a lot of inventions that turned upside down our lives: a television, a computer or a plane. Nevertheless, there are numerous strange things among these inventions that have not found users’ support. Below are listed 20 inventions that the majority would not even figure out how to use. Prior
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Napoléon Bonaparte’s final defeat was the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Even after his death in 1821, the surviving soldiers of Grande Armée revered his historic leadership. Each year on May 5, the anniversary of Napoléon’s death, the veterans marched to Paris’ Place Vendôme in full uniform to pay respects to their emperor. These photographs