The oldest and most incredible footage of New York City ever, including where the WTC would be built. With added maps carefully researched to show where the camera was. 28 shots of classic footage with a new twist and a new soundtrack.
Full text of the foreword to Neil Postman's Amusing Ourselves to Death, which the comic was inspired by.
A Guardian article about George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four writing process.
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Jon Negroni, the other kind of enthousiast. While I love the 'dark world of Pixar', Jon takes his enthusiasm to a whole new level. Jon coined the idea of 'The Pixar Theory' - The theory that every Pixar movie takes place in the same universe, albeit thousands of years apart. Before you think: 'Okay, yeah well, that's not too weird, is it?', consider the astounding level of detail found in all the Pixar movies to support his theory. Furthermore, these aren't 2 or 4 movies that take place in the same universe, like for instance Blade Runner & Alien, but these are 13 seemingly unconnected movies, all with a unique strand of characters. Best of all, Jon captivates you with his explanation, well worth a read.
Have a look at his website to read the full theory. If the wall of text is just too much for you, there are YouTube explanations (1, 2) for the true, fat and lazy Axioms amongst us. Or have a look at the visual representation of Jon Negroni's Pixar Theory.
Jon recently even started writing a spin-off serial novel, 'The Pixar Detective' on his website, so if you really want to get versed in the Pixar universe...