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Week 201905

The cast of the new Dune film is the Avengers of talent – The Verge
Starting to look forward to this..
Beyond The Vast Nineties: Exploring Extreme Behaviour In Black Metal
Eating breakfast is not a good weight loss strategy, scientists confirm – Vox
Cereal companies created a myth about the first meal of the day. Researchers keep debunking it.
Speaking with Satanic Temple Co-Founder Lucien Greaves at Sundance Made Me Want to Join His Reasonable Religion
Public APIs
A collective list of free APIs for use in software and web development.

Week 201904

Bootstrap Sidebar Tutorial
Step-by-step tutorial with 5 sidebar templates
Here are 21 covers of Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid”

Week 201903

Office Space 20th anniversary
Behind the scenes of the cult classic
I’m Marie Fucking Kondo and You Can Keep All Your Fucking Books, You Ingrates
The Great Divide | CSS-Tricks
The divide is between people who self-identify as a (or have the job title of) front-end developer, yet have divergent skill sets.
What I Learned from a Month on the Carnivore Diet
How LiveJournal pioneered (then lost) blogging
How This All Happened
This is a short story about what happened to the U.S. economy since the end of World War II.
Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?

Week 201902

Karin Spaink – Merk, media en marketing
The Rise and Demise of RSS
A medieval woman’s work left blue pigment on her teeth
The weird reason Danes speak better English than Germans do
Interview: Melchior Tersen – Killing Technology
This book documents the frontline of its symbolism: patches and patch jackets, DIY garments that fans build up themselves, sometimes over many years
Ben Shapiro March for Life speech – Vox
the Baby Hitler controversy, explained

Week 201901

The Best Continuation of The Terminator Saga Has Already Happened: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Great show, just started a rewatch
Zero Carb – The Carnivore Diet
Ars Christmas downtime special: four movies retold as medieval tales | Ars Technica
Will 2019 be the year of lab-grown meat?
After years in the lab, will meats derived from animal cells finally break into the mainstream consumer market? The products could have huge implications for the planet, human health and animal welfare.

Week 201952

@YearOnEarth
Almost done!
The Year That Was and Wasn’t – The Morning News
My mother learned to read at 63 – she was still the smartest woman I know
35 years ago, Isaac Asimov was asked by the Star to predict the world of 2019. Here is what he wrote | The Star
83 Things That Blew Our Minds in 2018 – The Atlantic
Ranking Vegetables by How Healthy They Are

Week 201851

It’s 2018. Here’s What People A Century Ago Thought Our Lives Would Be Like
Why 536 was ‘the worst year to be alive’
US explorer Colin O’Brady completes first unaided solo trek of Antarctica | World news | The Guardian
Endurance athlete took 54 days to walk 932 miles across frozen continent, dragging a 170kg sled

Week 201850

The designer who radically suggested that women should wear what’s comfortable – The Washington Post
How I Quit Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon – Motherboard
A reflection on my month without Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon, plus a how-to guide if you want to quit the biggest companies in tech.
These faces show how far AI image generation has advanced in just four years – The Verge
Those people on the right aren’t real; they’re the product of machine learning
Adactio: Journal—Browsers
" Microsoft’s Edge browser is going to switch its rendering engine over to Chromium. I am deflated and disappointed."
Frankie Boyle’s review of 2018
‘Let’s forget Brexit and enjoy our last Christmas with running water’

Week 201849

2019 may be the hottest year yet, spurred by El Nino and climate change—here’s why
The State of UX in 2019
We have isolated a few trends in what our industry is writing, talking, and thinking about. Here’s what to expect for UX in 2019.
WALL·E | Typeset In The Future
From a trash-filled Earth to the futuristic Axiom and back again, WALL·E is a finely crafted balance between consumerist dystopia and sixties space-race optimism.
Teaching kids to code
I’m a developer and I think it doesn’t actually teach important skills.
Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret – The New York Times
Dozens of companies use smartphone locations to help advertisers and even hedge funds. They say it’s anonymous, but the data shows how personal it is.
Meat allergies are on the rise. The weirdest part is that we know what’s causing it.

Week 201848

Spectaculair incompetente mensen bekleden de hoogste posten in Groot-Brittannië (en nog twee lessen van Brexit) – De Correspondent
Bowel movement | The Guardian
the push to change the way you poo
The Digital Maginot Line
We are immersed in an evolving, ongoing conflict: an Information World War in which state actors, terrorists, and ideological extremists leverage the social infrastructure underpinning everyday life to sow discord and erode shared reality.
We have 12 years to avert dire climate change consequences: UN report
Earth is on track to face devastating consequences of climate change — extreme drought, food shortages and deadly flooding — unless there’s an “unprecedented” effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, a new United Nations report warns.
The World Needs to Quit Coal. Why Is It So Hard? – The New York Times
Coal, the fuel that powered the industrial age, has led the planet to the brink of catastrophic climate change.
Major sites running unauthenticated JavaScript on their payment pages
David Attenborough says civilisation will collapse if humanity doesn’t take action on global warming at climate change talks | The Independent
Quitting Instagram
Why did one of the original employees of the social media platform quit the company and delete the app?
Esri Leaflet
A lightweight set of tools for using ArcGIS services with Leaflet.
Hoe de doorgedraaide mode-industrie het leven eiste van geniaal ontwerper Alexander McQueen
Net de docu gezien, erg aangrijpend.. Aanrader!
How Close-Up Glamour Shots Are Generating Buzz for Bees – Atlas Obscura
The Philosophy of SimCity
An Interview With the Game’s Lead Designer
The Planet Has Seen Sudden Warming Before. It Wiped Out Almost Everything.
In some ways, the planet’s worst mass extinction — 250 million years ago, at the end of the Permian Period — may parallel climate change today.
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nailed the ’50s
Amy Sherman-Palladino Reveals How
The Enormous Life of Anthony Bourdain, According to Those Who Knew Him Best | GQ
NK Tegenwindfietsen: een beetje sterven op Neeltje Jans | Zeeuws nieuws