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xkcd – Hoverboard

You can’t help but love xkcd. Most of the time, the author Randall Munroe draws single, one-off images. Occasionally, he goes all out and creates truly wonderful comics. A few previous examples include Time, Pixels, and Click and Drag. This … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day

October 13th is Ada Lovelace Day. This day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM). Why does this day matter though? Suzi Gage explains it over at The Guardian. It’s all about … Continue reading

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Pixels

I’m a huge fan of xkcd. The most recent comic, entitled “Pixels“, is one of those that you can spend a long time getting lost in. Similar in scope to “Click and Drag” and “Time“, “Pixels” invites you to scroll … Continue reading

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Tesla Model S

The Oatmeal has created a brilliant comic for a magical space car – the Tesla Model S, from Tesla Motors. Read the comic, and marvel at how impressive the Model S is. If you don’t actually believe what is written, why … Continue reading

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Guardians Of The Galaxy Trailer 2

New trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy! It’s all very exciting, isn’t it? I really love the music in the trailers! A thief, two thugs, an assassin, and a maniac. What could possibly go wrong? Onwards!

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Free Speech

Free speech is important. Vital, even. However, some people don’t quite understand what free speech actually is. The above comic, from the ever brilliant xkcd, explains clearly what the right to free speech is. Read it, understand it, learn it. … Continue reading

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Helix

“I guess it all started with an idea, as all human actions do. What that idea was is pure speculation. But there is an artefact. A sculpture. From 40,000 years ago, that seems to show an idea, an act of … Continue reading

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