Stan Lee Timeline

Stan Lee Timeline

Yesterday, comics book legend Stan Lee died at the age of 95 because of complications from pneumonia. By creating iconic characters such as Spider-man, the X-Men and Black Panther, not only did he turn the small division of pulp magazines for which he was working into the well-known brand Marvel Comics, but he also contributed to superhero movies becoming the lifeblood of the blockbuster industry.

To pay tribute to the one who has revolutionized the superhero archetype and was a pioneering force in this niche, we have created the Stan Lee Timeline, which highlights important life events and some of his most enduring characters.

In collaboration with other artists, Mr. Lee introduced superheroes with a more humane and flawed identity that challenged the standards of the idealistically perfect figures that populated the comics magazines of pre-Marvel era. Thus, these figures would struggle with everyday worries like paying rent or wondering about their purpose in life. They would have fits of bad temper, melancholy or vanity. Endowing his characters with a more naturalistic personality, developing the first black heroes in the comics business and employing new methods of storytelling, the Marvel visionary ushered a new era and saw his work become a huge influence in the movie industry.

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Carl Sagan Timeline

Carl Sagan Timeline

Today, planetary scientist, cosmologist and pop-culture icon Carl Sagan would have turned 84. Best known for his work as a science popularizer and communicator in astronomy and other natural sciences, he brought a significant contribution to the field through his research on extraterrestrial life and was the one to assemble the first physical messages sent into space.

To bring an homage to the creator of Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, the most popular series in American public television, we have built the Carl Sagan Timeline, which overviews his life and achievements.

Promoting the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and pioneering exobiology - the scientific field concerned with the origin and evolution of life in the universe - Carl Sagan explained space in its perplexing glory like no one did before. Having served as an astronomy professor at Cornell University for almost 30 years, authored a plethora of academic papers and books, and worked on NASA's robotic missions, he built an astonishing career and became the face of science itself for many in America.

Almost two decades after his death, Mr. Sagan is still rememberd for his candid enthusiasm towards the vast and deeply humbling universe we are so lucky to live in and is fondly reffered to as the gatekeeper of scientific credibility by his fans.

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Matthew McConaughey Timeline

Matthew McConaughey Timeline

Beloved actor Matthew McConaughey celebrates his 49th birthday this Sunday. Having played in a variety of movies, ranging from romantic comedies and dramas to horror, crime and science fiction productions, Mr. McConaughey has garnered a panoply of awards and nominations, including an Oscar, Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor.

To wish a happy birthday to the one whose early performances inspired critics to call him the new Paul Newman, we have created the Matthew McConaughey Timeline, which summarizes his life and acting career, including some of his best known films.

After his breakthrough role in Dazed and Confused in 1993, the debutant McConaughey was then cast in two 1996 high-profile films (Lone Star and A Time to Kill), becoming a sensation and gaining the attention of numerous other directors. Throughout the early 2000s though, he had a series of appearances in romantic comedies that caused him to be typecast, for which reason he took a two-year hiatus to seek new opportunities and to move away from the genre.

He returned to the big screen in 2011 to portray a criminal defense attorney in the thriller The Lincoln Lawyer, giving what was considered one of his best performances until then. Two years later, losing 47lbs for his role as an AIDS patient in the biographical drama Dallas Buyers Club, he reached the prime of his career, winning 4 awards and multiple nominations for Best Actor.

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Bill Gates Timeline

Bill Gates Timeline

This Sunday, American investor, philanthropist and Microsoft’s principal founder Bill Gates turns 63. Included in Forbes’ list of the world’s richest persons since 1987, he was also named one of the 100 most influential figures of the 20th century by Time magazine. Apart from launching a business that would become the largest PC software company worldwide, Mr. Gates’ merits also include a strong involvement in a variety of humanitarian causes that earned him awards and international recognition.

To wish a happy birthday to the one ranked as the fourth most powerful person in the world by Forbes in 2012, we have created the Bill Gates Timeline, which highlights some of the most significant moments in his life and career.

Taking a keen interest in programming since his teen years, Gates wrote his very first computer program when he was just 14 and studying at Lakeside School. It was during his enrollment at this private preparatory school that he met Paul Allen, together with whom he would found Microsoft in 1975. Graduating with one of the highest SAT scores ever recorded, young Gates continued to display a remarkable level of intelligence devising innovative algorithms during his 2 years at Harvard. He nevertheless decided to drop out of college to fully dedicate himself to launching his own company – Microsoft.

After Microsoft went public in 1987, he became the youngest billionaire ever at 31 and held primary responsibility for the company’s product strategy until 2006. After that point, he gradually diminished his presence and active involvement and channeled his attention towards a series of important charity and humanitarian endeavors. As a result, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016, France’s highest national award (Legion of Honor) in 2017, and India’s third-highest civilian award for his social and philanthropic efforts.

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Paul Allen Timeline

Paul Allen Timeline

Paul Allen, American businessman, philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder, died yesterday from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 65. Apart from the world’s biggest software-making company by revenue, he also founded Vulcan Inc., which oversaw his business and philanthropic efforts that ranged from scientific research and private spaceflight ventures to arts, healthcare and environmental conservation.

To pay tribute to the one whom Time magazine listed among the 100 most influential people in the world for two years consecutively, we have created the Paul Allen Timeline, which overviews some of his most notable life events and achievements.

Dropping out of Washington State University in order to work as a programmer, the young Allen later managed to convince his high school friend Bill Gates to drop out of Harvard as well, so that the two of them could create Microsoft. Once the venture went public, the two became billionaires, but unfortunately Allen effectively left the company in 1982 after he received a Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis.

Despite giving up his active role within Microsoft and remaining only as a shareholder, Mr. Allen undertook a long list of investments in diverse areas such as aerospace, sports, filmmaking, science and research, and real estate. He also made significant philanthropic contributions for causes such as wildlife conservation programs and fighting the Ebola virus epidemic. His ongoing commitment to numerous charitable causes earned him multiple commendations including the Andrew Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy.

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