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Tuesday, 5. March 12019
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This Is Silicon Valley.

“The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads.”

Monday, 4. March 12019
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A quantitative analysis linking seabird mortality and marine debris ingestion (via spiegel.de).

Saturday, 2. March 12019
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The Brixty Four: Commodore 64 built with Lego.

Yesterday I received the package with the @amabrush. I backed it on Kickstarter in August 2017

In the meantime I bought a Sonicare which I am very happy with. Wondering whether to unwrap the thingie or just give it away…

Relevant: Crowdfinanzierte Startup-Zahnbürste Amabrush kämpft mit Kritik.

Indie Open Source publishes free business model resources for independent open source software developers.

Friday, 1. March 12019
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cuddleclones.com and shelterpups.com create custom stuffed animals of your special pet and offer a variety of other unique pet gifts.

Extinct: Bramble Cay melomys.

(…) we can now claim the first mammalian extinction thought to be primarily attributable to global warming.

Relevant: In the Mariana Trench, the lowest point in any ocean, every tiny animal tested had plastic pollution hiding in its gut.

A Conversation with Manfred von Thun, who produced the Joy programming language.

This Perpetual Calendar Hidden in an Italian Chapel Is a Mathematical Marvel.

The 19th-century device accurately tracks 4,000 years with nine cylinders and a crank.

This Is Every Generically Cool Restaurant’s Playlist.

If there’s a small plate on the menu, this is what’s on the speakers