All posts tagged Breadcrumbs

#18 June 2020 | Monthly Digital Breadcrumbs

Time to surf the information superhighway for treats and things.

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Why an Amazon executive resigned over company’s ‘chickenshit’ firings of employee activists (stop buying from Amazon).

A flood of coronavirus apps are tracking us – now it’s time to keep track of them.

Our lives are now run by ‘Persuasion Engineers‘ – shudder!

How Facebook could use Giphy to collect your data.

Another Apple whistleblower goes public over lack of action – “I am extremely concerned that big tech companies are basically wiretapping entire populations…”

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Your illustration dances to the music.

The spoken articles list of Wikipedia.

A curated timeline of COVID pandemic events related to Wellington city here in NZ.

The British Museum has added 1.9 million images free to use for anyone under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

Free video conferencing background images of empty sets from the BBC Archive.

Play with Mikutap – great for bored kids / kidults alike.

Blush: Create, mix, and customize illustrations made by artists around the world – then use them commercial free.

AutoDraw which converts rough scribbles and doodles into beautiful, symmetrical icons/clipart that you can download for free.

Check out this platform which make acapellas from any song or this one which remove vocals from any song.

thisworddoesnotexist.com creates words which does not exist using AI.

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Image credit: By en:Charles Burton Barberhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gelert.jpg, Public Domain, Link.

#9 September 2019 | Monthly Digital Breadcrumbs

Time to get clicking and fill your eyes / brain / heart.

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Boris Johnson’s threat of a no-deal Brexit will not break EU unity, says the the Brexit coordinator for the European parliament.

Seven of the top carbon emitters are being sued for their failure to protect New Zealanders from climate change, in a new High Court proceeding.

Facebook launches ‘clear history’ tool – but it won’t delete anything.

Electric scooters aren’t as eco-friendly as they seem, study finds.

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“For the first time in a thousand years, I have no path”:

Official 10 Hour Version of a track which is scientifically proven to chill you out:

The hope generator that is TEDxWellington (full 2019 event review here):

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Outlier.org: the world’s best for-credit online courses (from the cofounder of masterclass.com).

This online collaborative effort to name every color in the RGB/web space.

2019 Montana HATCH Experience will take place in Paradise Valley, October 13-16th, at Mountain Sky Guest Ranch! Take a tour of their facility (gutted not to be there this year).

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Image credit: Photo by Alfonso Ninguno on Unsplash

#8 August 2019 | Monthly Digital Breadcrumbs

Chase down the content below and fill your face with good wholesome stuff.

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This article from the Brexit coordinator for the European parliament about what the UK is getting wrong.

Love this exploration of how happiness doesn’t follow success: it’s the other way round.

If you use Zoom for your conference calling you might want to rethink as it has horrible bugs.

My take on how TEDx is a ‘Hope Generator‘.

If you have an Amazon Alexa in your home did you know the voice recordings are kept forever?

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Brian Eno on his ‘Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks’ project:

Another AMAZING video essay from Like Stories of Old:

How positive thinking is harming your happiness w/ Derren Brown:

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Here’s a free in-browser image editor, supporting PSD, Sketch and XCF files.

MARK YOUR DIARIES #CLNZ19 is back REGISTRATIONS OPEN 9am, Mon 5th Aug:

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Image credit: Photo by Tapio Haaja on Unsplash

#7 July 2019 | Monthly Digital Breadcrumbs

Follow the links for connect to stories and wondrous things.

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How the brain makes no distinction between a broken bone and an aching heart (sighs).

The news that Amazon got sued over Alexa child recordings in US (shudder).

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The launch video from (along with the 2019 speakers / ticket registration announcement):

The anti-CEO playbook by @hamdiulukaya:

A jazz pianist improvising in tandem with a piano that plays itself:

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Search NASAs library of 140,000 high definition photos, videos, and sound clips.

There are 91,000 historic maps in this collection to play around with and remix.

Attend the Weta Workshop Workshops (if you’re in Wellington): from sculpting to leather & chain-mailing to movie make-up.

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Image credit: Y Ddraig Aur (The Gold Dragon), c. 1400 – c. 1416, the royal standard of Owain Glyndŵr, Prince of Wales

#6 June 2019 | Monthly Digital Breadcrumbs

Click for cerebral adventures.

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Unpacking my experience of C2 Montréal 2019.

“I co-founded Facebook. It’s time to break it up.

The number that can change the world (it’s 3.5%).

Amazon’s Alexa is spying on us / you.

Protect solar system from mining ‘gold rush’, say scientists.

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When it’s time for a little (chair) dancing:

Superhero supercut:

How to save our planet:

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This satellite tracking website.

New search engine indexes 300+ million public domain images.

Check out this fun team page.

How to hack your iPhone’s “Do Not Disturb While Driving” function to significantly improve your life.

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Image credit: Bloomberg Businessweek (US), “The apology machine”