Space, sliders and spheres

A collection of links that mostly speak for themselves. A Brief History Of Gasoline: A Century And A Half Of Lies, the first of a ten part series at Jalopnik that explores the toxic culture of misinformation around fossil fuels, starting with the addition – and removal – of lead / relevant to our interests: The Tactile Beauty of Buttons, Meters, Knobs and Dials, a treasure trove of links and reminiscences / similar analogue vibes: Cross-stitch synths / also related, a comprehensive post about the work of Vangelis / move over TVGoHome: What happened to the kidnapped super horse? Vanilla Ice investigates the mysterious disappearance of Shergar in 1983 / Cuprinol Shed of the Year 2021 entrants / IanVisits on London’s last remaining pedestrian railway crossing / Buying a pink NFT cat was a crypto nightmare / related, the interoperability hell of modern gadgets / the elephant in the room, just one of the Everyday Experiments exploring new applications for AR / sort of related, Echolocation, an installation by artist Mat Collishaw / the evolution of screens in cars / a new Podcast from Wallpaper* mag about objects lost and found. Related, Remembrance of things past: ’10 readers on the lost possessions they will mourn for ever’ / How Self-Replicating Spacecraft Could Take Over the Galaxy / related, all about the Bernal Sphere concept.

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