Oh, 15th-anniversary page, how we'll miss you. For 12 issues, we've used this space for overtly self-referential sesquidecimalizing. As the year comes to an end, we thought we'd take a look back at the way we looked back. Herewith, our favorite items.
On the first anniversary page, we ran a collection of all our covers that featured guys with beards
—14 furry-faced geniuses. Weirdly, 18 of them were George Lucas.
In September, we compared the number
of issues that mention Bill Gates (150) to the number of issues that mention Steve Jobs (110). Apple's lawyers have demanded we pick up the pace.
July's edition listed things we pronounced dead prematurely
(like, oh, Web browsers). Is this anniversary shtick really
In March, we charted the number of covers that used neon ink
. We love graphs. In fact, on the left is a little graph of how much we love graphs.
Two issues ago we created an "evil meter" to help Google navigate today's murky moral waters. They sued us.* Jerks.
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