1. Blender's Birthday
January 2nd 2018 marks blender's 24th birthday.
Whilst it's not the date that blender (as a full standalone program) went live, that day an idea emerged from its egg.
Ton Roosendaal explains it as such the backup data, dates back to 2nd of January 1993.
Thus the blender-father decided for his baby to celebrate it's birthday that particular day.
2. Blender, The Origins
On April 1st 2006 Ton Roosendaal left the developer team to work for Autodesk...
As Bart from Blendernation explains on the first of April 2006. LINK
3. Life without "UNDO"!
4. BLENDER, THE NAME
5. BLENDER'S OPEN MOVIES
7. SINTELGATE !
8. NASA is using Blender
9. THERE'S A GAME
10. HOLY BLENDER!
To wrap things up, here's a wonderful story about animals given a second chance with the help of Blender and a fabulous science team.
You all know that there are many features implemented into Blender.
Animation, Modeling, Simulation,
Particles, Video Editing,
Compositing, etc, etc.
But have you ever heard of the >SAVETHEANIMALS< Button integrated in Blender?
Here's some prove: