YouTube, Drugs and North Korea.
Hello internet friends,
you know how bats tend to leave their sleeping areas in huge groups, forming big clouds and managing to do that without crashing into each other? Well, turns out they do crash into each other quite a lot. Make sure to watch the video, it is rather interesting.
More animal nerdery news — if you enjoy the deeps of the ocean, have a look at Nautilus Live. It’s a livestream of a remote controlled submarine with real-time commentary by a bunch of often rather giggly marine scientists.
When I was a child I spent my summers doing stupid stuff like trying to figure out how fast I can read The Lord of the Rings or how long I can pretend to be asleep in the morning before someone actually started to worry about me. Turns out there is at least one rather fascinating, yet highly questionable alternative way for children to spend a summer.
Remember Marina Joyce from two weeks ago? The YouTuber who suddenly was in the middle of a strange conspiracy theory? The Guardian talked to her and her mother about this weird situation.
At least her fans only had to imagine their idol being brainwashed. Things can be pretty different in other parts of the YouTubery.
Turns out when you legalize one drug, people who profit from illegal drugs pivot their business.
This is an archived version of the email I sent to my internet friends on August 15th, 2016. If you want to be my internet friend and receive these emails, you can do so on irregularity.co.
Whoops, pardon me. Image: bioGraphic/YouTube The sight of bats bursting forth from caves at dusk is majestic enough to…motherboard.vice.com
Explore the ocean LIVE with Dr. Robert Ballard and the Corps of Exploration aboard E/V Nautilus.nautiluslive.org
August marks the time when many children pack their bags and head out to summer camp. But each year, a few hundred…qz.com
New research seems to prove the theory that brainy people spend more time lazing around than their active counterparts…www.independent.co.uk
Hello internet friends, besides a constant sense of dread (which in itself is of course a bit silly - the world isn't…irregularity.co
What do you do when the internet decides you've been kidnapped? It sounds like a strange question, and it is. Yet that…www.theguardian.com
"There's a problem with the power structure on YouTube," Fletcher told Mashable. "The whole point of YouTube is that…mashable.com
Originally published at irregularity.co on August 15, 2016.