A quick one this week, no time for niceties, so once more unto the internet breach dear friends, once more…
First up, some sport.
Oh Micky, you’re so fine…
In 1988, I was standing on the terraces of Old Trafford watching Norwich City. I saw them do this. The reason it’s in a weekly web round-up is because it was selected as a NCFC fan favourite this week.
Catching up with Radiolab podcasts I listened to this fantastic episode on our relationship with sports, games & the underdog – go listen
Fear the Beard
I Suspect the San Francisco Giants might think Innocent smoothies have missed one?
Kubrick’s GIF’s of Glory
Rather than mention white rabbits or whatever to mark the start of the month – how about some Kubrick animated GIFs instead?
That revolution I was talking about…
The Education Revolution Will Be 3D Printed…
And this Nice 4-minute short on MakerBot is worth a quick watch
Why Makespace and projects like it matter: blog post from Camtechpole
Nice look inside LEGO’s Danish factory and then there’s this Classic photographs recreated with LEGO (via Eric Andersen and Jack Schofield)
How TV’s ecosystem is being disrupted Connected TV
Wired carried this story on how newspapers could be used to power cars
“I have seen the future and spoken in TV tongues…” Krishnan Guru Murthy returns from Edinburgh excited about the future
Star Wars plasticine
Last Exit T-shirts summed it up nicely when they said Love is not a strong enough word: http://www.plasticinetatooine.com/
The Folding CityCar Takes a Spin on Video
It would appear that the Libyan rebels are all fans of The Bugle