- Phil Whittall is on a roll with some good posts recently – this is a very interesting on about the early church and their handling of child sexual abuse
- This looks like an important book: Marcus Paul’s The Evil That Men Do reviewed
- John Sutherland is a remarkable individual – a senior police officer, who has battled with depression and is a Christian – this is a great post – thoroughly recommend following his blog.
- A little compilation of links for the late stats genius Hans Rosling
- Neil Postman’s son – My dad predicted Drumpf. SPOT ON
- Another take on Drumpf’s media strategy – “darkly brilliant.”
- Arabic words explained with illustrations of their literal meanings
- This is definitely NSFW and quite disturbing – but it is an ingenious and courageous way of highlighting an aspect of violence against women (a topic covered a lot recently on this blog). 19-year old Emma Krenzer shows who has touched where on her body after she had been sexually assaulted.
- Really shocked by this – it’s SO SOON after it finished but this is what’s happened to Rio’s Olympic Facilities – is it all worth it?
- Using architectural sketches to illustrate mental illnesses – Federico Babino is a genius who has used his skills for a whole range of different themes. This is fascinating
- Beautiful – the first ever photos of snowflakes from 1885
- A moral here: it takes vision to see what something ordinary and even ugly can become – an architect transforms a cement factory into a castle home
- A VERY DESCRIPT MAN – a poetic work of genius by J H Parker
- Incredible playable organ made entirely out of paper and cardboard!
- Amazing HD video of Iceland under Full Moon from O Z Z O Photography