This blog is now rarely updated, but remains as an archive of bits and pieces I've collected from around the internet. To see what's caught my eye more recently, find me on twitter.

Thursday, 28 June 2012


The evolution of evolution - these images chart the development of Darwin's On the Origin of Species as he published updated editions


Code Club - I wish there had been something like this while I was at school... and someone to force me to join...


And two just for fun:

and animation anatomy:


This week's long(ish)form articles:

What Facebook Knows - There's no shortage of paranoia and fear-mongering (not that those fears are necessarily unfounded) about Facebook's data collection habits, but this is a very interesting insight into what they're trying to do with it.

Snowbound - a surprisingly touching account of a trip to Savoonga: the community at the end of the earth, struggling with very modern issues of depression and identity-crisis.


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