All the things I tweeted this month curated for your delectation.
After posting the
20th episode, a reflection piece on ‘ Connecting Humans In A Beautiful Way‘ regarding Creative Welly.
This journal paper which says what it does on the tin (in bigger words):
Survival of the Friendliest: Homo sapiens Evolved via Selection for Prosociality.
all of Britain was put on Denmark’s red list – apart from Wales (the first time an EU country has differentiated between the UK’s four nations when specifying entry requirements).
zero-carbon approach to heating homes by flooding old coal mines. WATCH
Template Maker is a bunch of free custom sized templates for paper craft & packaging for all creative occasions.
A place to find and
copy special characters (for pasting) to your clipboard.
Sheety, which turns Google spreadsheets into powerful APIs to rapidly develop prototypes, websites, apps & more.
This open-source software license that developers can use to prohibit the use of their code by applications or companies that threaten to accelerate climate change through fossil fuel extraction.
RocketChat is an open-source Slack alternative.
A delicious free font called
Extract vocal and instrumental tracks from any audio using AI.
Go for a digital adventure by following some / all of the links below which I tweeted last month.
Venezuela exodus reaches record levels: “More than 5.6 million have left the country since 2015, when it had a population of 30 million, escaping political, economic and social hardships.”
How in Argentina,
cheap government-issued netbooks sparked a musical renaissance.
Be careful what you say to
Baby Boomers, they are more sensitive than Millennials (study showed).
Google / Android are making it harder to opt-out of targeted ads (tracking, basically) so
here’s how to do it.
An all-in-one browser called
Slide Ace Ventura is why the web was invented.
An illustration of how we
grow around grief / trauma.
Two audio episodes which are delightful:
On Being discussing the new Rainer Maria Rilke translation of Letters To A Young Poet and Monocle chatting with Sir Tom Jones about his new album ‘Surrounded By Time’.
Delight in some random things I tweeted from the world wide web.
The knicker throwing started in the Copacabana in New York in 1968’ via Tom.
Google is testing out its controversial new ad targeting tech on millions of Chrome users, sighs,
check here if you’re worried.
whistleblower personal account & another reason to leave Facebook whilst you can.
If you’re in Ireland,
thousands are urged to sue Facebook in mass action over leaked data.
A site to
see a satellite tonight.
growing list of those being brought to justice for the ‘Capital Breach’ of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C, on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021.
This guessing game pops you into the ambience of a random city and you have to guess where you are.
A gathering of things found which has surprised and delighted.
Fears over DNA privacy as 23andMe goes public in deal with Richard Branson.
Bebo reveals plan to take on Facebook & Twitter.
Facebook asks users to
opt into activity tracking ahead of iOS 14 changes.
this massive amount of ZX Spectrum games online.
GutenSearch: Looks inside the books of Project Gutenberg.
This jungle wilderness simulator for relaxing, sleeping or working.
Comprehensive list of templates for
There’s a new hugging emoji (
Unicode PDF details) 🫂.
Time to explore the wonderful offerings online to learn and delight the human condition.
Singapore reveals COVID19 privacy data to the police.
Life without COVID19: the nations that have sidestepped the pandemic so far—feeling so grateful to be living in a country talked about here.
Celtic Tree Calendar is fun stuff to read and smile at how humans were hungry to figure out the world through nature.
Join the cosmic star gazing community and
look at what the Hubble Telescope is looking at right now.
Take some time and
mix your own electronic music just by clicking a few buttons.
AI Powered Automatic Colorization for line drawings.
Finally made the switch from Dropbox to
Sync after doing some privacy research & here’s a referral link if you’re interested.
A single-purpose site to
create an emdash.
Stop. Stay awhile. Linger. Browse. Explore.
If you own a Mac and updated to the new operating then ‘
Your Computer Isn ‘t Yours‘, so sad.
Activists are now turning Facial Recognition tools against the police, the trackers become tracked.
French bulldog elected mayor in Kentucky hamlet.
Handz, A 3D illustration library available for free (or pay what you want).
Tiles, a great little free window manager / app for MacOS.
Eau de Bookstore‘ which is a fragrance from one of my fav book stores.
Make WordArt like in the old days with
An online tool just to
loop over and over a YouTube video.
A barrage of stuff to wade through and be delighted / surprised / challenged by.
The moment Wales went into
national two-week ‘firebreak’ Covid lockdown.
Brexit Is Looming | The Emergence Of The New United Celtic Nation.
Peru opened Machu Picchu ruins for one tourist.
This thread of me handing out the TEDxWellington Call for Speakers / Performers cards.
The Rasterbator: enlarge images to multiple pages so you can print and combine them into huge posters.
If you need to chill and with
8 hours of sounds / views from sleeping in a tent when it rains outside. Top video: Learning and Work Institute’s Annual Raymond Williams Memorial Lecture was presented by the Actor and Campaigner, Michael Sheen. The event was organised in partnership with The Open University in Wales and took place on the 16th November, 2017 (
LINK). Full (pdf) transcript here.