Let’s just get this posted then. Rather than mucking about pretending more will be added shortly.
All sorts of things in here this time around. We have spies and traitors, snails and worms, apples and seeds, doctors and singers, computers and mecha, glasses and face recognition, texting and old games, horoscopes and comic books, 80s music and statistics, cartoons and web comics, creators and anniversaries, reasons and motor vehicles. It’s all happening. So jump right in and start reading a Q&A from the most well known “traitor” of recent times:
Once again, the date this was supposed to be posted has passed; the days slip away as we draw into a beautiful, and hot, Summer.
Lots of things happened over the weekend, Doctor Who being one of the biggest in some places and circles. Anywa, into it today with all sorts of things: time pieces that don’t tell the time, ways to escape working, surveillance in the city, cities on water, the rise of artificial intelligence, autonomous robots with guns, phones [and] sex, tiny computers, virtual money, and the Addams Family! Just jump in and start reading:
Well, this should have been posted days ago. For some reason it wasn’t and instead you get this minor trip back in time. It does include lots of webcomics and humour as promised last time though, so that’s something.
As to what’s contained herein, I’ve no real idea anymore. There is a large alphabeticised list of tags down the bottom, maybe that will help you sort out what is what. But there is plenty, and lots of fun little bits as well. Just a heads up, there’s two links as part of the first one, so enjoy the surfing:
So there’s quite a few technology and internet articles in here and a larger than normal number of links to movie and television stuff. Two doctors make an appearance – Who and Doctor[ow], the seedier side of the interwebs gets a run down, malware detection for mobiles, everyone’s favourite “WW”, VR making people sick, stupid theives, maps that never happened and maps that correlate the unrelatable, Cookie Monster wants it, advice for artists and role players, warehouses and horoscopes, a song of meat and vegies, the original jpg girl, baking companies going ironic, pictures from space, Bitcoins, bunked scientific theories, getting lucky in your underwear, copyright vigilantism, the return of Omni, cutting up time and some tomfoolery from the AVN Expo, last year. Yeah, I know, it’s late.