I’ve not posted links for a while, these are some of the things I’ve found interesting in the last couple of weeks.
- Ian Betteridge on Meta and Mastodon
- Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6 – The Verge
- The Opt Out Project Yes, you can live without Big Tech. If data is the new oil, then I’m here to help you go electric. via Joe Jenett
- delightful creative tools again via Joe
- Hello World RSS Feed podcast feed from Raspberry pi folk
- Environment data logger | micro:bit for next session in school?
- Hedy – Textual programming made easy Hedy is suitable for kids aged 10 and up and designed for classroom use. Teachers can use our free, built-in lesson plans, but can also author their own lessons and load these into the Hedy user interface. I’ve never tried text based coding with pupils, afair
- Episode 1: The Apes of Gibraltar – Fearful Symmetry intereguing podcast, I’ve only listen to this episode, hard to describe.
- Worldwide Weather | Joe Woodham Worldwide Weather is a lo-fi foley adventure. Featuring wailing guitars aboard hypnotic tape loops, gale force bass VI and squally seagulls.
Featured image found with Openverse, attribution copied from the caption. Winding Chain – Triple Square Link with Wooden Spacers, 5½-inch Pitch, Wrought Iron, 1850s-1870s by Photographer: David Thompson is licensed under CC-BY 4.0
Some of the things I’ve pinned to the board this week.
Featured image, a bit of processing slit-scanning strangness, guess the source.
Grist from the pinboard.