Aren’t you wonderful taking little Hugo to the museums?

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:

Deduct a point from the effort gauge

Another strange week. Food appears to be a pretty strong theme this time around, with a spattering of news, music, science and art to round it out.

We’ll start with a thermometer tattoo, and move onto vinyl records and death games; search engine privacy, WHOIS lookup privacy, butterflies and wasps, hysterical photos, phones, the art of observation, repurposed coastal defences, insects and umami, why people are leaving Facebook, Grand Theft Auto V is released, lolita costuming, horoscopes and flying drones, something called a ‘swarm economy’, the internet of things and machines of death, the generation gap, and finishing up with the favoured burger of Hemingway. Emjoy: