The odd world of kids on YouTube, some Brexit coverage, and relocation of a Swedish town.
The dodgy, vulnerable fame of YouTube’s child ASMR stars (Wired) — A dive into the world of children making thousands of advertising dollars through filming themselves chewing, whispering and tapping things for an adult audience.
Brexit III: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO via YouTube) — Part III of John Oliver covering Brexit. It all makes sense. You don’t need to see Part I & II to appreciate this.
Remember the Milk (rememberthemilk.com) — A website and app that is a comprehensive to-do list. Created in 2004 by two people in Australia and still an independent company fifteen years on. They have both free & pro accounts (currently $39.99 per year).
Biggest challenge of relocating Swedish town Kiruna is “moving the minds of citizens” (Deezen) — Sweden’s northernmost town and its 18,000 inhabitants are moving two miles east, to prevent it slowly being swallowed by an underground mine.
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