Everybody has a crazed elderly relative who uses the term "the best thing since sliced bread". Turns out sliced bread was invented in 1928, which means crazed relatives have been using that term for 85 years this year.
The cars we love aren't always the fastest, the flashest or the most powerful. This new history section nods to cars that have an effortless, timeless cool. We thought we'd start small. And they don't come smaller than this.
So universally panned was the E.T. videogame, that when Atari found itself stuck with millions of unsold cartridges, it dug a hole in the New Mexico desert and threw them in, literally hiding their shame. Now a film crew wants to dig them up.
Every year, ten new sound recordings are added to the National Registry of Recorded Sound in recognition of their cultural and historical significance to Australian life. And you can nominate what makes it in this year.
The most important historical records of Australia’s gold rush were discovered by accident in a suburban garden shed. How they got there we don’t know, but that’s a pretty Aussie way to store our heritage.