✩ Want You To Know: Have you ever seen 150 turtles being born?

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Watch this video and you can confidently say you have seen 150 turtles being released on a beach to fumble their way into the sea in an adorable manner. Mildly irritating music warning.

“Well, I guess that’s the last we’ll hear from her.”


Jerrie Mock, the first woman to fly solo around the world has died at the age of 88. Here's a great short piece about her by her granddaughter.


Public relations firm Wilson Hartnell released their 'Power 100' list of Irish political movers and shakers on Twitter. Oddly, there are 200 entries on the list of 100. The lower reaches feature Twitter accounts such as

So very influential …

PC gaming is not dead, for the umpteenth time

Six of the top 10 highest-grossing companies by game revenues are mobile or free-to-play first. The other companies are adopting those business models as well.

Google at least make an effort to counter their techbro culture by telling folks about unconscious bias in the workplace. The video is worth watching, although it is somewhat creepy. Using technology processes and analogies to make Human Resources more human seems a bit of a leap.

Eye Candy


Skull armchair, for all your supervillain lounging needs.

Worth Pondering


Totally Confused

Why your voice sounds different to you, Twitter = LinkedIn for the adult industry, conservative utopia gone wrong in Kansas, modern cities drawn Tolkien-style and a ship(wreck) named Typo.

Sportsing Corner

It turns out that repeatedly donning armour and banging your head off other armoured people doesn't have such a great outcome.

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