Eat it, Pac-Man’s the most influential video game ever
On the weekend, classic video game Pac-Man celebrated its 30th birthday, with even the Google logo joining in the festivities. The little gobbling blob was the first video game to ever win mainstream popularity.
In a very moving piece of anniversary journalism, the NY Times investigates citizens from Port au Prince, Haiti, a year after the tragic earthquake killed hundreds of thousands and left over a million people injured, displaced and struggling to survive.
Classic video game Pac-Man is celebrating 30 years of being chased by ghosts, eating dots and finding Ms Pac-Man inappropriately hot. Wired has a great interview with its creator Toru Iwatani about how the game came to life.
It's 20 years since the world's most famous puppeteer, Jim Henson, passed away. Watch his moving memorial service, featuring tributes and performances by his fellow puppeteers and the saddest song you'll ever hear by an 8ft bird puppet.