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) 🫂.
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.
Things found, then shared online, last month, now curated in one place.
Facilitating Inspiration (aka Herding Cats) explores the components of effective facilitation & my reflections of the recent ‘Creative Ideation Workshop.’
From those clever duo at
The Minimalists, a guide to start a blog in 2020.
If Facebook were a country it would be North Korea.
someone posted about having cancer on Facebook their feed became full of ‘Alternative Care’ ads.
Astronomers detect regular rhythm of radio waves (I want to believe). WATCH
The above are the first three episodes of
Creative Welly… subscribe here!
customizable free SVG icons.
Rave DJ allows you to mashup up to songs (or more) on YouTube ( here’s my attempt).
Now’s your chance to
apply to be a TED Fellow!
A cascading cacophony of curios.
How many big companies are
freezing the sale of facial recognition technology to US Police Departments whilst Boston bans it outright in the city.
Zoom closes account of US-based Chinese activist after Tiananmen event.
Facebook software engineer resigns in protest over the social network’s ‘propagation of weaponised hatred’ – shudders. WATCH
This website for background noise for working (and / or for drifting off to sleep).
Art that can be used for posters, flyers & other personal or commercial projects with no attribution required.
Speedread bookmarklet, select text on the page and it will be displayed word by word (roughly).
Don’t know why you would ever need it but just in case…
a website which has the bouncing DVD logo.
AudioAlter, a collection of easy-to-use web tools for all your audio files.
Time to wrap up last months Tweetmails in one tasty curation post.
Brazil fines Facebook
(only) $1.6 million for improper sharing of user data.
The smartphone tracking industry has been rumbled (will anything change?).
Reasons to be cheerful from the international news review of 2019 (we need this).
A simple guide to exactly
how the United Nations is funded.
Tesla Cybertruck out of paper.
breathing visual to relax.
FuzzyTime makes it more human to tell the time on my Mac.
Move those hand-toes and journey around the internet superhighway.
419million phone numbers were exposed.
is right to panic.
The inaugural C2 magazine — big ideas for creative business leaders! WATCH
(Marvel) Avengers | Journey’s End – more goosebumps from
A fan made video from 400,000 images taken from the Rosetta probe:
Interactive weather platform.
Virtual Typewriter for those who dig the digital / analogue cross-over.
AI and machine learning design your logo.
Free to download and use copyright free are
100,000 faces generated by AI
Eddie Butlers speech from todays Wales independence march in Merthyr:
Time to get clicking and fill your eyes / brain / heart.
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. WATCH
“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): EXPLORE
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).