But I don’t need you to rescue me.

It’s not quite a week now, but here we are with an exorbitant number of links for people to preemptively ignore. This is not normal. Well, the ignoring is, but what can you do?

As we apparently went a little overboard there are links covering all sorts of things: more Raspberry Pi home projects, internet catasrophes, plenty of artworks and installations, internet manifestos, politics of gaming, computer trading, horoscopes as always, advice from famous people, spiders[!], lots of webcomics and funnies, working three dimensional vision, poor virtual reality, mobile gaming, political divisions, hackers and legal cases, Scandinavia getting personal, anatomies and histories, the benefits of space exploration, and finishing off with something about useful real world surveillance. Jump in, eat up and enjoy:

The Joker discovered snapchat.

Well, this is not overdoing it at all, right? Three posts in just over a week or something. Perhaps this is the new this. Whatever this is.

This time around we have less webcomics and more technology. Lots of fun things to learn about and be afraid. Inbetween the start and the finish you’ll find all sorts of different topics — robots, consoles, names, streams, heroin, amputees, burglars, tornadoes, doctors, consoles, ships, cells, fans, codes, foretelling, stupid, deletions, repeats, forms, board games, aerosol, grummles, consoles, and [400!] babies. We’ll start with some things about 3D printers, and end with a piece on lysdexia. Dive in and get yourself messy:

I think I’m good on shows right now

Lots happening this time around. There’s even been an effort put into getting this posted somewhat on time. Medals, congratulatory claps and cheers all round. Or not. Whatever.

There’s a pretty random collection of things today — from parody to serious and from music to maths — creeps and algorithms, robots and scanners, secure computers and girls names, lists and education methods, cardboard boxes and dinosaurs, lists and umbrellas, apples and wolverines, and starting with cops and cameras: