Here are the articles or web sites that I’ve found this week and linked to on my Pinboard Bookmarks:
- 10 Fad Diets, DebunkedTen fad diets and why they probably won’t do what they claim
- Artist Removes One Letter from Famous Movie Titles and Illustrates the ResultsFilm titles with one letter removed, illustrated
- Drop dead | ~mathowie"There’s a web-accessible photo of my naked ass somewhere and I have no idea where it is or how easy it is for anyone to find. Wonderful."
- More Office. Everywhere you need it. – The Official Microsoft BlogYou can now edit documents in Office for iPad without an Office 365 subscription
- Five Things You Didn’t Know About The First Underground Line | Londonist5 little-known facts about the opening of the London Underground
- Blue ticks on WhatsApp: What they really mean – BBC NewsbeatEver wondered what the two blue ticks mean in WhatsApp? Wonder no more!
- www.mirror.co.ukBrits effectively pay £34/year each for EU membership – here’s what we get in return
- 17 Euphemisms for Sex From the 1800s | Mental FlossEuphemisms for sex taken from the Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, the 1814 equivalent of Urban Dictionary
- The woman tax? Let’s stop buying into the great gender con | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett | Comment is free | The Guardian"Imagine the same method being used to advertise a man’s bollock razor. It just wouldn’t happen."
- From Jaffa Cakes to Weetabix, who really owns Britain’s favourite foods?Many of our iconic British food brands are now owned by foreign companies
- Dropbox and Microsoft form surprise partnership for Office integration | The VergeWoah – Microsoft’s Office iPad apps will work with Dropbox as well as OneDrive in future. Great for users.
- 14 Regular People Who Became Memes | Mental FlossWho are the people behind memes such as Photogenic Guy and Success Kid?
- Nexus Player Review: Android TV Isn't Ready For PrimetimeGizmodo’s review of Google’s Nexus Player is pretty scathing; not worth it when a Roku is half the price
- How to Debug Your Brain and Build Better HabitsHow to ‘debug’ your brain – using programming logic to build better habits
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