Netymology: From Apps to Zombies – A Linguistic Celebration of the Digital World by Tom Chatfield My rating: 5 of 5 stars For those of us who love languages almost as much as we love the internet, this is a lovely stroll through the lingo of the internet and the origins of the words we…Continue readingNetymology
Andrew Prescott aka @ajprescott did a nice overview of Digital Humanities in his keynote today at #dh14dk, this quick write-up won’t do it justice, but it was chock full of interesting links, so I wanted to share a bunch here: He described the first wave of digital humanities was using computers to access, research and…Continue readingDigital Humanities
Værsgo’ Techsistens: 50 Mbit plus det løse: Andelsforeningsfiber holder 😉 Kablet, naturellement – på min airport er det svundet lidt: På hans router har jeg ikke ordentligt hul igennem, så det er han nu sat til at fikse – nørdehjemmet har selvfølgelig his’n’hers router, min virker ordentligt 😉 På Københavns Universitet har vi til gengæld…Continue reading#speedywebs
Cute and totally right too! A Dr. Seuss-Inspired Guide to Twitter from HootSuiteContinue readingTwitter as Dr. Seuss would have explained it
Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.Continue readingDNA explained in plain English
BJ Fogg is the founder of the Stanford Behavioral Lab (seen here with The real stars of the show: Monkey & Frog) He’s researching how people make new habits – and his message is fairly simple: Make tiny changes to form new habits. The big life-altering “change-who-you-are-in-two-weeks”-solutions mostly fail anyway. So pick a tiny habit, do…Continue readingTo succeed: Change your tiny habits, not who you are!