10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #103

This week prepare yourself to understand the difference between a seal and a sealion, explore obscure solarpunk art, a pigment library, an ancient song as a haiku to life and death, Scots Gaelic words and much more, it’s edition #103 I hope you like it friends…

Comforting Thought: Eccentricity

“To live rooted on a changing earth is to create a new story. There are so few voices left that speak for wild nature first. It’s time to clasp hands (paws, fins, feathers, branches) and know where we stand.” Lyanda Lynn Haupt

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #102

See a medieval Slavic folk calendar, a guide to historical panics from history, a toe-bean model, Polish words in English, sublime stained glass windows of the Middle East, a hidden 80’s video store and much more, I hope you enjoy edition #102 let me know your thoughts below

Comforting Thought: Wild hearts breed protection of a wild earth

“We enter as pilgrims, as wayfarers knowing there is something we are seeking. Something nameless, beautiful, waiting and wanting.” ~ Lyanda Lynn Haupt

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #101

Let a cat with a stumpy tail lead you to his other cat friends, a tiny galaxy of sandy stars, some psychadelic art, a funky disco track you never heard before, a poignant lament for lost birds and much more in edition #101 thanks for joining me 🙂

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet Gigantic Gigatonnique #100th Weirdiversary Edition

See a mini pony take his first shy steps on specially made legs, a Gibson Girl riding a lobster, some serene paintings by Iris Scott and some frenetic modern punk music. It’s all here. Enjoy edition #92!

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #99

Breton lunar superstitions, a passionate barista champion, ancient Arabic art made anew, a woollen house and how to keep yourself safe during a protest and much more in the 99th edition of Interesting Things – stay cool!

Ancient Word of the Day: Siamang

Endangered siamangs are the largest type of the gibbon family. They have distinctive black coats and communicate using a complex system of booming calls. They have gorgeous throat sacks that swell up as they sing together. Like other gibbons they form gregarious and close-knit family groups. They face a major existential threat from palm oilContinue reading “Ancient Word of the Day: Siamang”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #98

Learn about how keystone species help to save ecosystems in a beautiful series of educational illustrations, see a knitted alien, a Frida Kahlo inspired wardrobe and the strangest bunch of male strippers in the world – it’s edition #98!

Comforting Thought: Holding a Frog

“Holding a frog – if you are quiet and slower than slow, you do not have to ‘catch’ a frog at all – you can just slide your hand beneath one and lift it up without inciting any hint of fear or effort to escape.” Lyanda Lynn Haupt