Category: Collection

June 11 2018

The Donald Duck weekly comic magazine, Dedicon foundation and Bibliotheekservice Passend Lezen have published the adventures of the popular cartoon character Donald Duck in an accessible format for people with a visual impairment. To accomplish this, the Donald Duck weekly has been remediated in the form of a large folder with pages on which the main […]

April 28 2018

Things I Read This Week #17, which might also be of interest to you, dear reader: Snoozers are in fact, losers. On a typical workday morning, if you’re like most people, you don’t wake up naturally. Instead, the ring of an alarm clock probably jerks you out of sleep. (…) Then you throw out your arm […]

April 25 2018

Well hello, good evening, Are you the kind of person that enjoys a little strange occasionally? Then here’s your chance to receive excellent short fiction – free of charge – by Steve Toase on the regular in your inbox. And! Because rounded numbers are the bees knees, you’ll now also have the chance to win […]

April 21 2018

“We want to bring museums and their expert knowledge directly into the classroom. Unique physical interactions and hands-on experience form the basis for novel curriculum grounded learning activities.” (..) “One of our design goals is to make Museum in a Box work without a screen, even though it’s built on a digital core. We’re interested […]

April 18 2018

Well, this concept looks scrumptious. Think I’d use the eraser more than the pencil to draw.

April 16 2018

“It is not that we have a short time to live, but that we waste a lot of it. Life is long enough, and a sufficiently generous amount has been given to us for the highest achievements if it were all well invested. But when it is wasted in heedless luxury and spent on no […]

April 12 2018

Eiko Kadono’s playful tales about a young witch and her furry companion have entertained generations of Japanese readers, and have now earned her one of the highest honours in children’s literature. Last month the 83-year-old was awarded the 2018 Hans Christian Andersen Award, sometimes called the Little Nobel Prize for Literature. read on at the […]

April 10 2018

  “Suspected to mate for life, Raven pairs serenade each other with these gentle “comfort sounds” while bonding.” Listen to the sound and a 1.3 min story about the warble

April 9 2018

“And once you know the world is full of things like that, your life is never the same.” GNU Terry Pratchett.

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