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🐙 CREATURES FROM THE OCEAN'S DEPTHS; WORDPRESS 5 HELP; NOIR GAMES FOR MOBILE
After a week of fighting a particularly nasty virus, and traveling in Ubers with ... samples for analysis it's great to be back.
The best of what I browsed from my sick bed is here for your enjoyment.
🕸️ The Cool Side of the Web
They also have a web series. My favorite is moment of tangency.
Admittedly I am biased towards the subject matter, but I am genuinely enjoying the Touchstones series from The New Yorker.
I went for the 56k modem. I was not disappointed.
🤩 Visually Pleasing
If King Kong was a business leader in Blade Runner this would be his logo.
These images explain why we focus on space and not the depths of the ocean. I'd rather deal with a Xenomorph than some of these fish.
⚒️ Tools and Resources
AFK will track your mouse and keyboard activity and let you know when you should take a break and do...sumthin' else.
'nuff said. They had me at illustrations because I read everything backwards.
Scans your inbox and allows you to delete accounts with just a few clicks. I'm not sure this is a wise tool to include in an emailed newsletter. Just remember I have a family to support.
🥇 World of WordPress
WordPress 5 is coming and Gutenberg will be a part of it. This plugin is one of the best Gutenberg stepping stones I have used. It includes pricing, testimonials, Google Maps, pie charts, and a few more. Very noice.
🧠 Tech Minded
At the very least, a great way to appear smart at parties.
🙃 Backwards talking dreams - Fun stuff
The Adventure of Detective Moustachio is a scrolling 80s game for mobile. It has many dashes of noir...highly recommended. 🕵️♀️
And, with that we say goodbye. I need to squeeze some noir stuff in...
"You know what he’ll do when he comes back? Beat my teeth out, then tweet me some links for the newsletter."
"You like forwarding. You’ve got a great big send button there where most people just have a heart."
"You know how to subscribe, don’t you Steve? You just click here, and…sign up."
I could have tried to force the line from Casablanca in there at the end. But...is it noir? I seem to remember it being a controversial subject and who wants to go down that road at the end of a newsletter? Not I.
That's all the links I have for ye,
Have a great week,