Huh. I used to work in the Elsevier subscriptions customer service department, back in 2001. I wasn't there long, but I recall the attitude was always "get the information to the customer" first and foremost. Having the journals online was still quite a new thing, so sometimes that meant searching old paper issues, making photocopies and posting them to the customer. We never charged for this, even for non subscribers. I don't recall any complaints of this nature, but I guess things…
Leonardo da Vinci was arguably "the most talented person ever to have lived;" his accomplishments speak for themselves, and in reviewing some of his ideas and inventions, it is easy to state that he was centuries ahead of his time.
The ants whose multi-coloured abdomens show exactly what they've been eating
The golden ratio should not need any introduction to those who have studied math and design in school. Some designers apply these mathematical concepts to come up with more visually appealing works. This infographic from covers a few golden ratio facts: