Newsweek Interactive Cover

Here's something I'm pleased to have been a part of. I computer-generated the egg. (Hey, maybe it's just an egg, but it's an egg on the cover of Newsweek.)

This May 31, 1993 Newsweek cover story is one of the articles that introduced the general public to the concept of the internet itself. They hadn't even settled on a common term for it yet, instead putting it under the general rubric "interactive."

Kind of a cool bit of internet history, don't you think?



We made a variation for stock. You can see it in use here - trying to get the goose to lay more golden eggs?

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