You know Ollie, I have a song about that

This group is out of sorts again – far more comics and humour than other stuff. Perhaps that means there’s been nothing worth noting. Or maybeit’s a frame of mind issue. Whichever the cause, this is how we are doing it.

Scattered through this post are the gamification of edumafication, K-pop and animals, bookface and typeface, candid snaps and computer-aided surgery, abandoned homes in middle-class America, pop singers mixing with fascist dictators, coffee – not even once, remote identification and peaks of crazy, philosophy and icecream, paperclips and pickup lines, artistic towers and swimming pools. And some other stuff. Wade in and enjoy:

Joke’s on you, Judge Thompson

So apparently nearly a week has gone past again. Just hasn’t been as much to put up here I suppose. The list this time around is made up of Murphy’s Law and apocalypses, miners and creepy dolls, super heroines and mobiles, lunchbags and posters, telescopes and televisions, professors and horoscopes, amusement parks and passwords, resistance and deletions, fiction and asian women and microbial friends. So jump right in:

Weeeell, it’s a long story

Let’s get this one out before it’s more than week since the previous. Very few categories this time, books, art, news, internet and technology, and of course the obligatory humour and horoscopes. We’ll run through some takes on Disneys business model, various writers rules for writing, privacy and the Big Gs as well as some satire on the subject, a note on why brand name awareness is important, speculation on new phones, an older article on mafioso coders, books in the palm of your hand, their hovercraft is full of eels, how to quit the big Fb, and advice on taking the best selfies from the best of the best.

So, let’s start with Disneys latest anthropomorphic venture:

And finally a little something more serious: