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The Pipwick Papers

Hello there ! *spins office chair to face you*I actually spun my chair and pulled out my headphones from the PC by getting tangled up and also spinning makes me sick so there will be NO MORE ACTING. Instead let's take a look at some things from the internet. Hummingbirds! Microsoft Office competitions! A live feed of deep sea sponges on a canyon wall!

The Pipwick Papers: Polymer clay videos edition!

This week I finally made good on my promise to make some polymer clay food for a young relative's dollhouse. It's actually MY dollhouse but I'm thinking it's bad for my personal brand to get into a row with a four-year-old, especially a row I might lose, so I'm going to play the waiting game instead and claim my property in a few years! Anyway,…

The Pipwick Papers

This week is more of a nature/science week in terms of articles. There are beautiful insects, strange and numerous fish, peeks into space and a trip around the architecture of sports arenas. Enjoy!

The Pipwick Papers

Today is a day of mixed reading. One horrible, one friendly, one sad, one uplifting. Let's start with the happiest one and you can come back to it at the end if needs be!

The Pipwick Papers

This week's Pipwick includes the counterpoint to Gwyneth Paltrow's goop shenanigans I didn't bring you last week, a tribute to Prince and David Bowie which I missed at the time but which manages to encapsulate that sense of listening to music while working and feeling sad that an artist you value is gone, and the secret greenhouses at Kew Gardens...

The Pipwick Papers (a Doctor Who edition)

Image: Colin Hutton ©BBCSo I was going to do a regular Pipwick this week and then at some point during the paragraph about the Thirteenth Doctor it became A Whole Essay about the Thirteenth Doctor so I'll leave you with that and roll any interesting snippets and articles remaining into next week's edition!

The Pipwick Papers

This week I'm on various travels so I'm hoping to make a dent in my bookmarked article backlog as I ride around the country on trains! That would require me to stop looking out of the window at fields and trees or indulging in some sneaky napping, though... It's a tough life and no mistake. While I do that here's an AI generating artworks, a…

The Pipwick Papers

Hello there! I'm currently browsing my week's reading list while listening to the rise and fall in sparrow chirping outside my window. There's a baby in the nest box and an increase in the volume of tweeting means an adult has popped by with something for the baby to much on excitedly. The noise creeps up on me and I get used to it, as…

The Pipwick Papers

Hello! I'm actually enjoying the bout of warm weather in the UK so mostly I've been outdoors and not reading things on screens this weekend. That said, there are still some fascinating/important/cool nuggets to share here, so let's get started:

The Pipwick Papers

A handful of articles this week while the wave of E3 news breaks over the gaming world's shores. It's mostly odds and ends - a photo piece about young adults in Russia, a garden project in a defunct tube ticket office, a long read about people who became convinced they remembered committing a crime despite their exoneration, and a short celebratory bit about Paul Dacre's…

The Pipwick Papers

The ragged orange claws of Trump, the weird hollow core of the UK general election, the life story of an art forger and a piece about how to make your weekend seem longer in retrospect are just some of the pieces I've been reading this week. The rest of my reading has actually been offline, curling up with impulse-bought paperbacks on trains to and fro…

The Pipwick Papers

This weekend's reading was done on Bank Holiday Monday as the rain bounced off the roof. It was rather lovely and cosy, although every few hours I ventured out into the wet world with my gastropod bowl and glove to yank the visiting slugs and snails off the irises before they can truly lay waste to the beautiful blooms. The current crop are a lost…

The Pipwick Papers

A content warning of sorts, because a bunch of these articles aren't necessarily things you'd want to read on a work break if you might be fragile on that front or not in a good place to deal with some of the thoughts they might throw up - the pieces I've been reading this week have tended towards grief and healthcare. It's not any conscious…

The Pipwick Papers

This week a mixture of politics, pigments and pain relief. There aren't many stories here because a lot of what I had bookmarked ended up being either very long or ultimately not good enough that I wanted to include it. But let's start with virtual reality and pain:

The Pipwick Papers

After the long weekend you'd think I would have caught up on my reading. Well, I sort of did but only fiction and not my online reading BUT! I got through enough for a little edition of Pipwick and that is all I needed for this supporter post :)

The Pipwick Papers

WELL. Let's just dive into this collection of articles outside games! The writing of this is being soundtracked by the sparrow gang outside my window, some of whom are chilling in the bushes while a nesting pair bring all manner of vegetation to the nest box and chatter as they work. Also a song Alice linked me to earlier but the title of that would…

The Pipwick Papers

Hello! Here are a few bits and bobs which caught my eye over the last week or so. The image in the header is from Lowe, Garwood, Simonsen, Bradley & Withers' 2013 paper on metamorphosis.

The Pipwick Papers

I haven't done a Pipwick Papers in ages! It's because I've not really had as much downtime for reading and sharing articles. I've been leaning more towards books because of long journeys on the train or binge-watching shows before they get booted from various subscription services. But last night I went through a lot of feeds and emails and bookmarks and I have things I…

The Pipwick Papers

Graham's off gallivanting and I had a chance to catch up on my bookmarked reading thanks to several train journeys this weekend. Put those two things together and you've got yourself a sneaky Pipwick Papers. You'll find a grieving sherrif, Roald Dahl-inspired clothes, the psychology of why clowns are creepy and more!

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