Creating meaningful content that is out of your lane can be a long drawn out process due to research, fact finding, image searches etc. Every once in while we’d like to get our CNN reportage on, but most likely by the time we’re done, the sh^ts old news. The solution to our delimna, infographics. [Read more...]
$352 billion was at one point the only tangible “liquid investment capital” available to some of your major financial institutions in 2008. 2 years later Bloomberg starts dropping dimes. This was the wildest news you never heard of in 2010. Not surprised. All good, thats what Wikileaks was suppose to be for. Check out the bonus video after the jump. [Read more...]
More imagery of the Banhof high-security computer storage facility in Stockholm. Once again this is what it looks like in the belly of the current Wikileaks safehouse. The elevated conference room is pure fire. Mind you, this is Sweden so you know the designer furniture is of the highest caliber. Natural waterfalls and vegetation through out the whole facility. The backup generators for the servers are powered by old German U-boats that serve as backup generators.
Pionen – White mountain was designed by Albert France-Lanord Architects in a former 1200 square meter anti-atomic shelter. Major inspiration came straight from the science fiction film genre. As well, make no mistake about it, there is plenty of James Bond 007 overdosage. But that’s not a bad thing. Google and Facebook need to hop of the grid and step their “interior fashion” game up. Word.
First off, if you don’t know what WikiLeaks is, you might want to consider a quick Google search. To make the whole scenario even more intriguing, here is a brief look into the current Wikileaks server location in Stockholm, Sweden. After Amazon gave current “Mad Villian” title holder Julian Assange the boot, he connected with Bahnhof, Swedish Internet service provider. All good because the new bodyguards put them up in a former nuclear bunker excavated in rock 98 feet below slabs of frozen rock.