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here’s your weekly dose of treats 💌
a weekly list of goodies curated by Robert.
follow the white rabbit 🐇
🎶 something to listen to while reading

fiery stuff I've been ingesting
  1. A family whose faces change shape.
  2. Archetypal Rest Postures.
  3. UI-licious is a fantastic new tool for UX designers for testing user journeys instead of code.
  4. Spaceflight before 1951. Also in video format.
  5. Thirty-two percent of teen girls said that when they felt bad about their bodies, Instagram made them feel worse,” the researchers said in a March 2020 slide presentation posted to Facebook’s internal message board, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. “Comparisons on Instagram can change how young women view and describe themselves.” 
  6. Please stop saying you researched it + add.
  7. Netflix goes free in Kenya. Only a quarter of its inventory.
  8. Drone captures video from inside a hurricane.
  9. IoT Hacking and Rickrolling My High School District + video
  10. Always do extra.
Tweets for thought 🐦
Jason Bradshaw 🇨🇦🇧🇧
@NICKIMINAJ This is what research looks like. Let us know when you’re done!
Alternatively, you can trust the people who have been researching this stuff all their lives.
William Gilpin
Is chaos actually hard to predict? For NeurIPS this year I made a database of 131 known strange attractors, and trained state-of-the-art forecasting models on each one, to try to figure this out (1/N):
Dataset + Code:
The Nobel Prize
"As a child, I promised my mother I would win the Nobel Prize in Physics. 50 years later, I said to my mother, 'See, I have kept my promise. I won the Nobel Prize.' 'No,' said my mother, 'You promised it would be in physics!'"

- Kenzaburo Oe, awarded the 1994 literature prize
Lorna McILreavy
So a couple of weeks ago I shared the challenges of ADHD iceberg - but just found this amazing strengths one and it’s on the money! Going to show the 11yo and see what he thinks 😉Thanks @jessejanderson ❤️ #ADHD #ADHDStrengths
latest YouTube video
A Writing Inbox for Incomplete Notes
A Writing Inbox for Incomplete Notes
Visual Theory
Here’s the evolution of one of my side projects — Visual Theory. I am re-learning how to see.
➜ You can follow the project on 🐦 Twitter & 📷 Instagram
➜ you can also contribute an idea!
Thank you for reading!
How’re you and yours doing this week? Any major changes to your status quo, or are things fairly locked-in and predictable at the moment? I respond to every email I get—consider sending me a message and telling me a bit about yourself and what’s been up in your world.
— Robert
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