This month I reminisced about that time Paul made and ate a Birmingham Egg (with help from Jon) and used doing so as a comment on Web siloisation and how it may be reducing diversity of “weird” content online. I also contemplated what recent observations about neural nets might mean for our understanding of child psychology and language development (in an only slightly tongue-in-cheek way).
<canvas> programmers who try to get great effects into only 140 characters of code, and a fabulous vlog telling a story about an unusual first-time RPG participant.
Posts marked by an asterisk (*) are referenced by the summary above.
- Dan Q found GLV85XH3 ??Le Sentier de la forêt?? : LA MADONE *
- Dan Q found GLV85X2Z EABDG : Margaret la reine de fer *
- Dan Q found GLV85W40 LA MADONE DU GRAND BO ! *
- Dan Q couldn’t find GC629TH EABDG : La vache qui tourne dans le Tour de France
Reposts marked with a dagger (†) include my comments or interpretation.
- Violin Plots * †
- Dwitter * †
- Visualisation of bike rides around Tampa, Florida †
- Ride the World’s Longest Zipline in the UAE †
- Games to Play With Your Child in Which You Barely Have to Move or Talk
- Storytime: Rebel Lieutenant *
- We’ve Always Hated Girls Online: A Wayback Machine Investigation
- Faceswapping, Unethical Videos, and Future Shock