This Month – June


Read – Online

Rat Magawa retires: After Years Of Detecting Land Mines, A Heroic Rat Is Hanging Up His Sniffer

COVID Has Caused Millions to Lose their Sense of Smell—One Writer’s Journey to a Scentless Life and Back

Myspace-famous musician Dahvie Vanity was accused of child sex abuse for years. Now the FBI is involved. It’s been almost a year since this article, and as far as I know he’s still walking around somewhere. Fascinating, how that works?  /sarcasme

Arabelle wrote another interesting article: Dress-Coding: Arabelle Sicardi’s study of fashion vs. technology, weaving and code and gave an interview: Arabelle Sicardi’s Favorite Word to Say is “No.”

Singer Wes Madiko, author of the hit “Alane”, dies at the age of 57

The Modern Trap of Turning Hobbies Into Hustles

Chris Crocker, ‘Leave Britney Alone’ Video Creator, Reflects On What’s Changed

Listened to – Music

Listened to – Podcasts


Watched – Films and Documentaries

I went to the In-Edit music documentary festival and saw the following documentaries:

Sisters with transistors about female electronic music pioneers

Rockfield – the studio on the farm

Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne

Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché

Watched – TV and Youtube

For the people who enjoy friendly competition shows: The Big Flower Fight

Before Are “Friends” Electric?: How Synth-Pop Became Synth-Pop


Miscellaneous awesomeness

Osomeegg, a vegan hard boiled egg. Unfortunately only available in Singapore at the moment.