Stop a while, looks around, explore, digest, reflect, apply.
This Guardian piece on a rare piece of hope in the climate emergency.
About a Cryptoqueen scammed the world, then vanished.
How after 15 years the browser Firefox is leading the privacy-first renaissance.
Why it’s not too late to save the planet from someone who is doing more than their bit.
If this were our last conversation…
10 random questions answered through music…
The 1999 future as envisaged from 1967…
Beautiful News for uplifting stats on the world.
The “Unlocked Recordings” category on Internet Archive has over 750 digitized LPs available in full.
NASA’s image of the day.
The Derek Sivers podcast (for short inspirations).
Follow the links for connect to stories and wondrous things.
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).
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:
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.
Mouth-watering selected offerings from my tweetmailing.
Here we go:
- Introducing the Citizen Equality Act of 2017 by @lessig : Vimeo link / Tweetmail link
- The British Library put 1 million images for up ‘re-use’ : Flickr link / Tweetmail link
- Older people reacting to 3D printing : Youtube link / Tweetmail link
- From US Marine to Zen Monk : Vimeo link / Tweetmail link
- CH25 is a showcase of creators & innovators who are working to drive the world forward : Website link / Tweetmail link
- Mindfulness: From the monastery to the startup : Article link / Tweetmail link
- Why “follow your passion” is an astonishingly bad piece of advice : YouTube link / Tweetmail link
- NASA posts 8400 high-res Apollo mission pics in public domain : Flickr link / Tweetmail link
- A zine to spark imagination : Website link / Tweetmail link
- 100 images for visual brainstorming : Slideshare link / Tweetmail link
- ‘Unicorns’ & ‘decacorns’ and the potential looming dot com bubble : Article link / Tweetmail link
- The Story Of Light from Bell Labs : Vimeo link / Tweetmail link
Why am I doing this? Read previous Twitter Roundups posts.
Just in case you want to follow me on Twitter (or better yet, follow your dreams instead).
A fan made video to promote space travel—from the creator:
I got frustrated with NASA and made this video. NASA is the most fascinating, adventurous, epic institution ever devised by human beings, and their media sucks. Seriously.