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Torum: Social Media for Crypto Enthusiasts

23 Sep 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Plint

This weekend on Noise somebody was talking about Torum and I had no idea what it was. When I went to research I was surprised that there was this social media platform based on crypto that I had missed entirely! I can't imagine I am the only one that...

SiSi Bubble Tea: Den Haag (NETHERLANDS)

22 Sep 2021 3 minute read 0 comments bengy

  I think I first tried out bubble tea when a wave of popularity swept through Australia when I was at university. Over a very short period of time, there was suddenly a huge wave of bubble tea shops opening up in Sydney and people were going craz...

Cheap SFX library? Uppbeat just got better!

20 Sep 2021 4 minute read 0 comments PierreL

Hello and welcome creative people! Last week I talked to you about Uppbeat, the music library I am using for my upcoming videos, and they announced today the release of a long awaited feature: sound effects! So let's see how good (or not) it is.   Co...

Old Age in the Art and Politics of Enki Bilal.

18 Sep 2021 2 minute read 0 comments VVoytila

No spoilers aheadEnki Bilal, most known for his Nikipol Trilogy (1980-1992), has more to offer than just his ambitious and instantly recognisable art style, which I think on its own fully justifies the separation of "American" from "European" comic b...

Cheap Tech Review: The €20 bone conductive earphones

13 Sep 2021 6 minute read 0 comments Luca B

Bone conductive headphones are listening devices that deliver sound directly to the inner ear, bypassing the eardrums. While they have their roots in the hearing aid industry, the underlying technology has slowly but steadily gained traction for spec...

Week 60: THE BEATLES (420 to 30: A Music Retrospective)

12 Sep 2021 19 minute read 2 comments jozefkrichards

My favorite band, and the favorite band of many, is The Beatles, which you probably could have guessed by my dedication of four weeks to their solo careers earlier in this list and their absence to this point. To which I say, good guess! Between 1962...

Hodlnaut - The CeFi platform for everyone

12 Sep 2021 6 minute read 2 comments ifiwasfrank

If you have invested in cryptocurrency and you firmly believe in the future of internet money, you are what in industry jargon we call a “holder”. This category includes all those who accumulate crypto assets and do not use them to speculate on price...

Week 59: MICHAEL JACKSON (420 to 30: A Music Retrospective)

8 Sep 2021 17 minute read 0 comments jozefkrichards

Apex talent. Michael Jackson not only stands out among all musicians of the past century, but among all artists. He sang and danced, innovated, and inspired millions throughout his life. From the time he was a small child right up until his tragic de...

Week 58: RADIOHEAD (420 to 30: A Music Retrospective)

7 Sep 2021 14 minute read 0 comments jozefkrichards

Radiohead is an impressive band. Few can make claim to such consistent quality over such a long period of time like Radiohead can, and few have successfully taken as many creative risks while doing so either. Hearing each of their albums for the firs...

Astrologaster Review: A Shakespearean Comedy of Astrological Proportions

6 Sep 2021 4 minute read 0 comments Ghostcat

Did you know that during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, Doctors would look to the stars to figure what ails their patients? That is the main theme of this unusual game. When I first started to play this I didn´t know if calling it a visual novel is...