Boston, you’re a beautiful harbor city.
“In 1981 I happened to see Joe Strummer – he was the singer for the punk rock band The Clash – on the tube. I saw him sitting on the other side of the seat, but I thought he was too private – he might get too angry – but I was trying to be brave, I went up to him and asked him ‘may I take a picture of you.’ he smiled and said ‘yes’, and I clicked several shots.
Just before he got off the train he said to me, ‘You should take photos of whatever you want. That’s punk.’ ” Herbie Yamaguchi.
Remember this? Lucasarts evolved the First-Person Shooter to include the abilities to jump, crouch, and alternate fire for weapons. Most importantly for the genre, this game included an involving story. This game wasn’t just about reaching an exit alive. The player stole plans for the Death Star, solved puzzles, escaped captivity at the hands of Jabba the Hutt (being forced to fight a Krayt dragon bare-fisted, by the way), infiltrated and stowed away aboard the Executor, and a whole lot more. This is one of many gems produced by Lucasarts that just won’t happen anymore.
Janus and Epimetheus orbiting outside Saturn’s F Ring; Prometheus is on the inside. Photographed by Cassini, 24 February 2006.
The perspective of the orbits of the co-orbital moons hurts my brain.