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Copenhagen will be planting communal fruit trees so everyone can enjoy fresh fruit

Finland continue to plant 150million trees a decade, around 50% of cars sold in Norway are electric and this from Denmark. I love how the Scandinavians think.

Posted 30th Jan 2020 @ 10:49

This striking image of the Moon is a combination of 100,000 photos

I've linked to James McCarthy's images of the Moon once before, when he put together a 100-megapixel image of a lunar eclipse. To stitch 100,000 photos together takes some doing but to get the detail he has from Earth is just amazing.

Posted 30th Jan 2020 @ 09:00

New Logo for DK by Pentagram

The DK logo adorned a large number of books from my youth, I even have books targeted at teens and adults so I've seen the old logo many times over the past 30 or so years. The evolution is really nice use in digital places but actually translates quite nicely to the physical world too.

DK logo on books

I came across this change 5 days ago, but it took me a while to decide if I like it or not.

Posted 29th Jan 2020 @ 12:10

30 Countries could be 100% powered by renewable geothermal energy

At the bottom you can click through to see the data and Iceland could generate more than 200,000% of their energy use this way. Why climate change is up for discussion and why a solution hasn't been found or settled on already is beyond me.

Posted 25th Jan 2020 @ 12:26

New figures suggest Apple's location privacy controls in iOS 13 are working

This is great news, our privacy is priceless, but it's treated by Big Tech and advertisers in the opposite way.

Posted 24th Jan 2020 @ 13:00

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