Covid-29?, farewell to Ravenholm, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#18)

Busy week in the lab, running experiments that worked quite well (cool!). Temperatures on the rise, and not a lot of rain in sight (cool cool!!). Finished The Rhythm of War, a book that destroyed me, just to re-build me from the pieces left (cool cool cool!!!). Anyway, let's share some reads for the weekend: …

Sigue leyendo Covid-29?, farewell to Ravenholm, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#18)

Secret Cosmere books, dreams of Californication, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#09)

Lots of news this week. For the last few days I have been very focused on the conflict on Ukraine, and I was quite worried that the recap could seem a bit mono-thematic. However, I had the luck to come across interesting things to lighten up the mood a little. Let's get to it: My …

Sigue leyendo Secret Cosmere books, dreams of Californication, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#09)

Maus, the Pixel experience, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#04)

I. Need. To. Sleep. Week. Has. Been. Ex. Haus. Ting. Fox only, no items, final destination A couple cool pieces on how mainstream video games have become. The one on FT goes along the huge amounts of money the industry has been generating during the last decades, overcoming other forms of cultural content such as …

Sigue leyendo Maus, the Pixel experience, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#04)

Publish or go home, ramen coins, driving is hard, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2021#27)

Another week, another batch of nice reads. Three more until summer holidays! Let's start. Life finds a way As every month, astonishing bundle of science-related images, with amazing stories behind. Sea snot, stars and sleeping elephants — June’s best science images, on nature Publish or die Really happy to see that people are catching up …

Sigue leyendo Publish or go home, ramen coins, driving is hard, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2021#27)