<p id="internal-source-marker_0.848127273544092" dir="ltr">Our latest roundup of things that win at the internet, including a hilarious twitter feed, some hard work for good causes and the best application of Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction to date.</p> <p>In no particular order, here is our selection of things that go us going and ruined office productivity this fortnight. Enjoy!
Our latest roundup of things that win at the internet, including a hilarious twitter feed, some hard work for good causes and the best application of Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction to date.
In no particular order, here is our selection of things that go us going and ruined office productivity this fortnight. Enjoy!
The official twitter feed for the Galactic Empire’s public relations team. Making sure that the record is set straight about those pesky Rebels and showing that the dark side has softer moments … occasionally.
Courtesy of Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s World Wide Web Foundation. Here, the inventor of the world wide web (along with colleagues) has developed the planet’s first multi-dimensional measure of the web’s impact and growth.
Ever wanted to combine cooking with the very best of electromagnetic induction? Well, now you can thanks to the ingenious thinking of barbeque enthusiastic geeks.4. Scribus
For the aspiring self-publisher. Scribus boasts all the features of expensive professional software but as an open-source programme is totally free.
We’re only a few weeks away from the beginning of November - so we all know what that means. Gentlemen, put down those razors and let that upper-lip get hairy.
A new font aimed at stopping spinning and word flipping for those who suffer from dyslexia. By making letters heavy weighted, a sense of ‘gravity’ is added to help reinforce the line of text.
Possibly one of the weirder tumblr pages out there but definitely worth a look. Basically, the usual post consists of an image in static world with a single rotating figure.
Musicovery is an interface that helps the indecisive music listener help to find music by interpreting their mood. With two sets of variables set into a handy little gizmo, this is an awesome way to discover new music.
An open source multiplayer environment set in real cities where the participants are encouraged to alter, edit and improve the digital world. The idea is a creative attempt to improve creative collaboration between the public and the developers when it comes to urban design.