Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-11-05
- Various – Don’t Trust Your Neighbors: Early Albanian Traditional Songs & Improvisations, 1920s-1930s (Vinyl, LP) at Discogs
Various ?– Don’t Trust Your Neighbors: Early Albanian Traditional Songs & Improvisations, 1920s-1930s
- In the Land of Vendettas That Go On Forever | VQR Online
Prenga burst into the station with his brother and a cabal of associates, discharging several rounds of gunfire and hollering, “We will eradicate your tribe!”
- Theme 1: The information environment will not improve. The problem is human nature | Pew Research Center
Theme 1: The information environment will not improve. The problem is human nature
- Why an (interactive) picture is worth a thousand numbers – O’Reilly Media
Miriah Meyer explores how interactive visualizations can help us find meaning in mounds of data.
- MNT Reform: DIY Portable Computer
For a long time, I wanted a portable personal computer which you can…
Repair by yourself with parts from the hardware store or 3D printing
Thoroughly understand on any level
Take apart, modify and upgrade without regret
Adapt to your tastes and use cases, staying with you for many years
In Summer/Autumn 2017 I teamed up with industrial designer Ana Dantas to make this machine happen. Three months later, I can type this article on the first prototype of Reform, our DIY portable computer.
- Fact Checks | Search | Google Developers
If you have a web page that reviews a claim made by others, you can include a ClaimReview structured data element on your web page. This element enables Google Search results to show a summarized version of your fact check when your page appears in search results for that claim.
- The world’s biggest grave robbery: Asia’s disappearing WWII shipwrecks | World news | The Guardian
Experts said grave diggers might be looking for even more precious treasures – steel plating made before the nuclear testing era, which filled the atmosphere with radiation. These submerged ships are one of the last sources of “low background steel”, virtually radiation-free and vital for some scientific and medical equipment.