Category: Links of the week

  • Links of the week: don’t touch your face, online card games, coronavirus painting

    Links of the week: don’t touch your face, online card games, coronavirus painting

    In a week where half the world is taking the advice of their respective governments and staying home a lot more, I have been sat at home coughing, fending off heavy headaches and wheezing my way around the apartment. I’ve not been tested, but can’t help but wonder if I have had the newly-famed COVID-19 […]

  • Links of the week: Planting trees, hacker news & self-reflection

    Links of the week: Planting trees, hacker news & self-reflection

    Some weeks you can feel like you can do a lot but have nothing to show for it. This week almost feels like one of those weeks. I have been busy, but I can’t tell you what I’ve done. And not because I am keeping it a secret. This weekend is coming to a close. […]

  • Links of the week: Evil tech, hot stuff, good posture

    Links of the week: Evil tech, hot stuff, good posture

    A while ago I bought a health tech device; Upright Go. It’s meant to correct your posture by giving you a little nudge when you’ve been hunched over too long. Last time I used it, all was going well until I messed up my back playing football and then I put the device in the […]

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    This week, where highlights include playing Android: Netrunner with my friend Tor for four hours straight and carefully positioning a drinking glass between my cat’s bottom and the litter tray in order to catch some pee, I read some news online. I don’t even know if I need to explain any more. Everyone has hobbies, […]

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    People like pictures, right? I’m going to try and make future links posts a bit more colourful than previous ones by throwing some pictures in there – maybe some alternative styling along the way. The meat of the post will still be links, but the pretty pictures will make it more digestible. Speaking of digestible […]

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    Imagine walking along the street then a drone comes up and sets you on fire! That’s just one hot take in this week’s list of hot takes.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    Have you ever found yourself victim to a seagull? It’s a legitimate concern in the UK. In tech, the developer of Twitter’s retweet button regrets his life decisions and more!

  • Links of the Week

    Links of the Week

    Finding shoes on a beach, brutalist mosques in Australia, new typefaces from Apple and more.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    Google react to being called out over anti-trust issues. Is the Google alternative Ecosia legit? And some extra CSS-related links.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    This week Spotify complain about Apple, but also complain about paying song-writers more money. Mozilla also launched a file-sharing service.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    This week’s links include a new search engine, a new Twitter, a new Manchester United comeback and the same old online privacy issues.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    The odd world of kids on YouTube, some Brexit coverage, and relocation of a Swedish town.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    This week we find out whether elephants are the best animals, how Google is subject to censorship from Russia and celebrate UK citizens being one step closer to staying in Norway.

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    Stewart Lee Improvised Around Industry Prejudice To Make His Name (YouTube) — stand-up comedian Steward Lee having a conversation with stand-up comedian Jamali Maddix. A nice insight into the behind-the-scenes of comedy. Also available as a podcast. One Of The Biggest At-Home DNA Testing Companies Is Working With The FBI (Buzzfeed News) — The FBI […]

  • Links of the week

    Links of the week

    Meet the man behind a third of what’s on Wikipedia (CBS News) — Steven Pruitt has made nearly 3 million edits on Wikipedia and written 35,000 original articles, subsequently listed alongside Donald Trump, J.K. Rowling and Kim Kardashian West as one of the most influential people on the internet by Time magazine. Facebook convinced teens […]