Remember when we took 24 photos, developed them, and looked at every single one? Today’s With the centennial of World War 1 upon us, it’s fascinating to look back at how different Europe was just 100 years ago. Then again, it was a lot different just 30 years ago too. GeoCron’s World History Atlas is an fascinating tool for peering back into the past and getting perspective on how different the world has been, even if the year you’re curious about is 2950BC. Although quite dated, the site makes it easy to travel anywhere from 3000BC up to the present day, watching the changes in civilizations as they rise and fall.world means taking thousands of pictures and looking at only a few—but not if you own a Lomo. This camera company is keeping it old-school and making film cameras so cool people get ‘em as tattoos.