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Week 201827

Red-hot planet
All-time heat records have been set all over the world during the past week
List of Netflix Categories
Seriously, Juice Is Not Healthy – The New York Times
What Cracking Open a Sonos One Tells Us About the Sonos IPO
Women on Waves’ three YouTube suspensions this year show yet again that we can’t let internet companies police our speech
article on Bits of Freedom
This Guy Served His Friends Tacos Made from His Own Amputated Leg – VICE
"And then the main course came out: fajita tacos made from Shiny’s severed human limb."

Week 201826

‘Cash is just grief’
why shops and bars want to make you pay by card
Talking about overpopulation is still taboo. That has to change.
How to make a city waterproof
Below the Surface
Archeologische vondsten Noord/Zuidlijn Amsterdam
Designer, Don’t Create Apps When Websites Suffice
Child Marriage Is Legal In 48 States. These Women Are Asking Why.
A Brief Word Regarding Our Air Conditioning Policy – McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
King of the Hyperpolyglots – The Morning News
On a quest to find the person who speaks the most languages on Earth, our correspondent encountered Emil Krebs, a German diplomat who knew, by some accounts, 65 of them—and happily swore in dozens.
Material Dashboard by Creative Tim
Open Source Bootstrap 4 Material Design Admin
Trent Reznor, In Conversation
BBC Computer Literacy Project Archive
In the 1980s, the BBC explored the world of computing in The Computer Literacy Project. They commissioned a home computer (the BBC Micro) and taught viewers how to program.
I Bullshitted My Way to the Top of Paris Fashion Week – VICE
And in doing so, made a market stall jeans brand the toast of PFW.
Keep on moving: the bizarre dance epidemic of summer 1518
the “dancing plague of Strasbourg” began in mid-July 1518, when a lone woman stepped outside her house and jigged for several days on end. Within a week, dozens more had been seized by the same irresistible urge
I Used The Web For A Day With Just A Keyboard
new project led by Prof. Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, taking place at MIT. The project aims to radically change the way Web applications work today, resulting in true data ownership as well as improved privacy.
“I Was Devastated” | Vanity Fair
Tim Berners-Lee, the Man Who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets

Week 201825

Inside Trials of Johnny Depp – Rolling Stone
Lawsuits, Drinking, Marriage Gone Wrong
15+ People Who Accidentally Dressed Like Their Surroundings
CSS Grid Layout Interface Builder | LayoutIt!
The best developer videos in one place

Week 201824

Dr. Ruth, Dr. Kissinger, and Trump’s Cruelty to Families | The New Yorker
Shy blob – face detection – tracking.js
Fairy Scapegoats
A History of the Persecution of Changeling Children
Biphasic sleep
Should you sleep in two shifts?
Who Invented Computer Passwords?
Forty-Five Things I Learned in the Gulag
Why You Need BEM
Opeth’s Martin Lopez and the Afro-Cuban Bembe
Pantera drummer and co-founder Vinnie Paul dies at 54 | Music | The Guardian

Week 201823

Nine surprising things worth more than this shimmering metal
What Happens When a Bad-Tempered, Distractible Doofus Runs an Empire? | The New Yorker
The Best Writing On Anthony Bourdain
Alternatives to Google Products (Complete List)
Hoe Pearl Jam verliefd werd op Tivoli Utrecht
Deepfake Videos Are Getting Impossibly Good
Iran’s Great Wall Is Now Buried and Forgotten – Atlas Obscura
The Great Wall of Gorgan, once the world’s largest fortification, was mysteriously abandoned.
Is America Ready for a Global Pandemic?
The epidemics of the early 21st century revealed a world unprepared, even as the risks continue to multiply. Much worse is coming.

Week 201822

Ancient Earth globe
Life and death on a superyacht | The Guardian
‘If something goes wrong, they can just raise the anchor and leave’
It’s time for Spotify to stop capping how much music you can save
Despite years of user complaints, libraries are still capped at 10,000 songs.
With GitHub, Microsoft would be buying a crucial part of the software ecosystem Was the Only Music Social Network That Made Sense
Inside the rise and fall of, the social network that understood how online music worked and that resembled bits of Facebook, Songkick, Blogspot, and Spotify.
How to Pose for a Photograph
Elongate your neck. Find your good side. Don’t say “cheese.”
How to start with variable fonts on the web

Week 201821

GDPR explained
What’s the GDPR? What does the new regulation mean for you as an individual? What does it mean for you as a company or organisation?
SmugMug Flickr acquisition AMA!
Fun UI Password Fields
critters who react to password field interactions
SQIP – SVG-Based Image Placeholder
Why is 11 am + 1 hour == 12:00 pm?
on the English Language Learners Stack Exchange
Design Patterns on CodePen
UTC is Enough for Everyone, Right?
On building a calendar and fun with time/date exceptions
Organize Your Music
Organize your Spotify music by any of a wide range of musical attributes including genre, mood, decade of release and more.
Tales from the far-flung Faroes – BBC News
Dit zijn de betere tatoeëerders die je in Nederland gaat vinden

Week 201820

Amorphis – Queen of Time Review | Angry Metal Guy
What historical event needs a movie? – AskReddit
Ancient Rome’s Collapse Is Written Into Arctic Ice – The Atlantic
A genealogist dug up facts on these anti-immigrant influencers. The results are telling.
A Forgotten War on Women | The New Republic
When Metal Festivals Get Political, It Feels Like Utopia – Noisey
xkcd: Earth Temperature Timeline
Flopstarter | A platform for bad ideas
How to Be a Middle-Aged Rock Star
An Appreciation of Maynard James Keenan
Amazon Pushes Facial Recognition to Police. Critics See Surveillance Risk.
On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union led a group of more than two dozen civil rights organizations that asked Amazon to stop selling its image recognition system, called Rekognition, to law enforcement. The group says that the police could use it to track protesters or others whom authorities deem suspicious, rather than limiting it to people committing crimes.
GDPR Hall of Shame
Bootstrap Grid: Mastering the Most Useful Flexbox Properties
How Facebook is influencing the Irish abortion referendum
De nieuwe Europese wet voor gegevensbescherming – Bits of Freedom
de regels geven jou meer regie over je gegevens. We zetten je belangrijkste rechten voor je op een rij.
Ireland abortion referendum
Country votes in landmark ballot
Hackers Trick Facial-Recognition Logins With Photos From Facebook (What Else?)
Dollar Street
project imagines the world as a street ordered by income…poor families live at one end and rich families live at the other. A team of photographers went out and photographed the everyday items owned by families of all income levels
Facial Recognition Tech Is Creepy When It Works—And Creepier When It Doesn’t
Internet Live Stats
Internet Usage & Social Media Statistics
Floor Jansen is internationaal onze grootste popzangeres.
Hoe kan het dan dat Nederland haar niet kent?

Week 201819

For six decades, ‘the man with the golden arm’ donated blood — and saved 2.4 million babies
Charles Mann: Can Planet Earth Feed 10 Billion People? – The Atlantic
I Used The Web For A Day With JavaScript Turned Off

Week 201818

Meet the ancestors… the two brothers creating lifelike figures of early man
De 5 mei-lezing van Stine Jensen
Fuck You Startup World – Startup Grind – Medium
Priority Guides · An A List Apart Article
A Content-First Alternative to Wireframes
50 Ways The World is Getting Better
Scenes Unseen: The Summer of ’78 – The New York Times
Long-forgotten pictures capture escape and discovery in the city’s parks.
Slayer’s Final Tour: A Tribute to the Metal Legends
The Story Behind Childish Gambino’s Symbolic "This Is America" Dance Choreography
Google AI Blog: Google Duplex
An AI System for Accomplishing Real-World Tasks Over the Phone
Discover Fascinating Vintage Maps From National Geographic’s Archives
More than 6,000 maps from the magazine’s 130-year-long history have been digitally compiled for the first time.
Stock photos of scientists reveal that science is mostly about staring
Ally Sheedy on Hollywood Sexism and Harvey Weinstein