Blogger Minnesotastan perfectly captions this satellite image of Sally, Paulette, Rene, Teddy and Vicky. There must have been a Tropical Storm Vincent by now.
Here’s an amusing account of what you can do with an Instagram of former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s boarding pass. It’s a little scary just how easy some systems are to exploit. Not that we ever would, of course.
The perfect calendar for 2020. Simple but effective.
Google have published a list of all the .new links that we can use to get things done quicker. I knew about the doc.new and the sheet.new shortcuts, but there are hundreds here — from Adobe PDF converters and MS Office documents, to eBay, Medium and Github.
The fallout from the exams fiasco continues, with reports that Williamson was warned weeks before results day that the algorithm was flawed and unfair. He’s previously said that he was only aware of “real concerns” after the results were published. But perhaps the system was always broken.
The New York Times have compiled photos of students around the world returning to classrooms this week. Poignant attempts to get back to normal in a world where the virus has, in only eight months or so, infected over 25,000,000 people and killed more than 850,000.
WordPress have launched P2, their new internal communications platform—a potential competitor to Microsoft Teams, and perhaps Google’s Shared Drives. It’s free so naturally I immediately signed up. But, as with so many things like this, I’m only ever in teams of one (aww), so I may find it of limited use.