Thursday, February 2, 2012 3:38:50 PM
The source has me wondering how much or how little truth is in this.
From another of the "articles" on that site, on "real" time travellers:
Pasko Kuzman is a Macedonian archaeologist whose findings are considered incredibly important in his field — oh, and he's also a self-proclaimed time traveler. He wears multiple watches on one arm, which he says help him travel through time: one takes him back to the Bronze and Neolithic Age, one takes him to the future, and the third is "The Archeologists` Watch," which alerts him to the presence of gold. Could his archeological fame be due to actually having visited the past?
Thursday, February 2, 2012 3:29:02 PM
I think the whole slideshow thing is caused by software limitations (much like what we've seen here on IAB in fact) I`d guess their software doesn`t allow articles with lots of full sized pictures, so they get around it by making a slideshow with the article cut up to fit into the captions. There are probably a few who`ve decided to stick with the slideshow in spite of software upgrades because they think it`s easier than writing and formatting a proper article, too.