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This weeks links (2018-01-22)

In brief: * Escape rooms in Melbourne (2017-Aug-24) [TimeOut] * Where to Eat American Barbecue in Melbourne (2017-Aug-15) [Concrete Playground] Running: * Suds on the Singletrack (2015-Feb-26) [Trail Runner Magazine] So what about trail and ultrarunning specifically seems to pair … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2018-01-15)

In brief: * Underworld Speculation (DDIA-XGE) written by Chris Lindsay as the Introductory Adventure for Xanathar’s Guide to Everything. It is a two-hour adventure for level 1-4 characters and a D&D Adventurers League legal adventure. Now available from DMs Guild. … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2018-01-08)

In brief: * To the stars and beyond – reasons to look up in 2018 (2018-Jan-05)[Australia’s Science Channel] Missions to Mars and Mercury, visits to not one but two asteroids and getting up close and personal with objects in the … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2018-01-01)

In brief: * No boundaries: Exfiltration of personal data by session-replay scripts (2017-Nov-15) [Freedom to Tinker] You may know that most websites have third-party analytics scripts that record which pages you visit and the searches you make. But lately, more … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2017-12-18)

In brief: * Geekbench and Reddit think they’ve cracked why iPhones get slower over time [Updated] (2017-Dec-20) [ARS Technica] * iPhone Performance and Battery Age (2017-Dec-18) [Geek Bench] Users expect either full performance, or reduced performance with a notification that … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2017-12-11)

In brief: * The Future of Coding in Schools (2017-Dec-07)[Edutopia] Mitch Resnick, one of the creators of Scratch, on why he thinks coding should be taught in all schools—it’s not the reason you’d expect. * Inside the 6 Hypotheses that … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2017-12-04)

In brief: * Fallout board game celebrates the series’ excellent storytelling (2017-Nov-30) [Polygon] Fallout is a narrative exploration game for one to four players. Driving the action is a preposterously huge stack of more than 150 quest and encounter cards. … Continue reading

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