Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.
Mysteries of Venacular
26 short videos (A – Z) on the origins of English words and expressions.
A map of 26,684 memorial benches – you can contribute.
Data bombing and dead cats – how PR uses practices of secrecy to influence media and society
Loopholes wide enough to ‘drive a diesel truck through’ – how to tell if a business is really net zero
Thanks to this week’s contributors: Anonymous, Brenda Turner, gail benjafield, Nick Mcdonald, Teresa, Unknown.
One Reply to “Sunday Sundries”
John – I particularly liked the Loopholes story. The case study there is on a new coal mine operated by West Cumbria Mining. The mine head frame in their video – not identified, is Haig Colliery, which was a few years ago supposed to be turned into a mining museum. This is about a mile from where I was born in Whitehaven. It is the same coal seams that my Irish immigrant worked in the 1840’s and 50’s when he arrived in Whitehaven. Thanks for a modern story taking me down memory lane.