October 13th, 2017


…the thirteenth! [orchestra!]

And time for your Friday Links!



“Native-Land.ca is a resource to help North Americans learn more about their local history.”

Note: this can take a little time to load, but it’s impressive.

First nations tribe information overlaid on a Google map of North America. Start with just territories.

You can include overlays for certain treaties, and first nation languages, or you can select just one and investigate its history, culture, languages, etc.

This has clearly taken some significant effort. Well done.

Eiko Mori: Toast Art

Eiko Mori: Toast Art

“Eiko Mori Food Coordinator / Cooker / iPhone 7 / Kobe / JAPAN”

These are just delightful! She’s currently on a Hallowe’en kick and it is amazing.

If Dr. Seuss Books Were Titled According to Their Subtexts

If Dr. Seuss Books Were Titled According to Their Subtexts

Funny / concise

Universal Paperclips

Universal Paperclips

Your role is to be an A.I. with simple controls that lets you figure out the market for manufacturing and selling paperclips.

It’s hard to explain but I found it extremely addictive. It’s not really a game. More like an economic simulation? I guess.

It’s interesting.

It’s surprisingly making the rounds.

And that’s what Iive got.

Happy Friday everybody!

See you in a week.