It seems the New Year optimism has passed, in record time too. This week's grab bag has a bunch of Evil stuff for you to consider. We've got everything dystopian, from the facial recognition app powering law enforcement (and scraping tonnes of collateral data) through a list of the most evil companies to research that proves your cat would eat you if given the opportunity.
On the other hand, there is a website that generates haikus based on map data. So, not all bad.
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The Ten Must See Links Of The Week
- A website that writes haikus based on map locations (North America only it seems).
- The definitive list of evil companies.
- A database of words that can't be translated.
- Avoid meetings with Look Busy. This app will fill your calendar with fake, but realistic looking, events so you can work in peace.
- No-BS games has a list of ad-free, no in-app purchase games for Android and iOS.
- Does your business really need a new website in 2020?
- Your cat would definitely eat your corpse.
- Most make money on Fiverr articles are poor. However, this in-depth article is legit. It covers everything you need to know about making scratch on the competitive platform.
- As an Australian, I am permitted a certain number of green articles a week. If you're running a website, consider a green web host.
- Disco Task helps you break large tasks down into manageable chunks.