Issue No. 29: Contract for the Web, Pianos in War, the Mistake That Toppled the Berlin Wall & More...

Worth reading:

  1. Permanent Record by Edward Snowden
  2. Contract for the Web - A global plan of action to make our online world safe and empowering for everyone
  3. Game Chronicle - A History of Japanese computer games, in a game.
  4. Paranoia Is Now a Best Practice
  5. When the Pianos Went to War
  6. Google reportedly collects health data on millions of Americans without informing patients
  7. 4 Feminist Lies That Are Making Women Miserable
  8. Russia to ban sale of devices that don’t come with “Russian software”
  9. Canals: a four part visual glimpse into the history of 17th century canals of Amsterdam
  10. The Gambler Who Cracked the Horse-Racing Code

Worth watching:

  1. The mistake that toppled the Berlin Wall
  2. Demolition 
  3. Shoebill's Meal Time
  4. Is the world getting better or worse? A look at the numbers | Steven Pinker
  5. Three Ingredients for Murder: Neuroscientist James Fallon on psychopaths and libertarians

Worth listening to:

  1. Hobo Johnson and The Lovemakers
  2. Orville Peck - Dead of Night
  3. Playing Well: Frightened Rabbit. Chris Hawkins examines the life and legacy of Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison.

Resources: 

  1. Share The Meal. The world’s first app against global hunger.

Worth seeing: 

  1. Boxhagener Platz, Berlin. For food, coffee and weekend markets.

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