If you’re looking for short (6-12min.), evidence-based summaries of the pros and cons on scientific concepts, philosophical theories, and topics of political debate, try Kurzgesagt, which is German for "in a nutshell."
"Following eighteen months of work, more than 50,000 78rpm record “sides” from the Boston Public Library’s sound archives have now been digitized and made freely available online by the Internet Archive." —Chris Freeland, "Boston Public Library’s 78rpm Records Come to the Internet: Reformatting the Boston Public Library Sound Archives." Internet Archive. March 29, 2019.
"Reading the Pictures analyzes and reports news and media images. In an ever more visual society, we seek to better understand the levels of meaning, the underlying story lines and the various agendas reflected in the more prominent news pictures of the day. We also publish and provide a careful look at original photojournalism and … Continue reading Reading The Pictures
An kind of no-nonsense guide to the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Homes, etc. Heads up, there's some course language, if that bothers you. —Dumbass Home 2.0
Nice overview of the origins and evolution of cybercrime from 2000 to present. —The Evolution of Cybercrime and Cyberdefense
London's PUBLIC gallery is opening IM GOOD THANKS, a solo exhibition by the renowned Catalan artist Joan Cornellà. I've mentioned him previously. But, the link above has an image of his work, Mumm, that exemplifies everything that I love about his work, i.e., it's transgressive social commentary. Not for everyone, but I think it's hilarious.
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