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Happy Friday people,
Here's your weekly dose of things I found interesting and inspiring from around the internet. Enjoy! 
  1. Album streams:
    1. Daylight Savings: ‘Surprise Chef’ is sun-soaked jazz-funk – a fine spread of instrumental, psychedelic grooves and sketches.
    2. Another Michael: ‘New Music and Big Pop’ is eclectic indie – mesmerizing vocals meandering through guitar pop, homespun R&B and dreamy folk.
  2. Gym: Excellent mini-doc about a legendary open-air gym in Kiev built from soviet era scrap metal and the characters that us it (3 mins)
  3. Sheep: Nice article on sheep and their impact on language and folklore.
  4. Animation: Delightful abstract animation choreographed to music (3 mins). 
  5. Words: Smart AI that uses machine learning to make up new words
  6. Rollercoasters: An engineer explains the design of various coasters (19 mins)
  7. Painting: Lynn Boggess uses varying thickness of paint for tactile landscapes.
  8. Concert: This stripped back Ólafur Arnalds set is so serene (15 mins) 
  9. Wheelies: Great piece about a person’s quest to pull off the perfect wheelie
  10. Nightlife: A lovely homage to the bustle of late night New York (3 mins)
  11. Pickpocket: Film about the plight of pickpockets during the pandemic (4 mins)
  12. Sacramento: Enoch Ku takes beautiful photos of ordinary Sacramento scenes.
  13. Retirement: Fascinating film about the inner and surrounding world of ‘The Villages’ America’s largest retirement community (7 mins)
  14. Crime: Grim story about pet detectives and the hunt for a feline serial killer.
  15. Fish & Chips: The history of fish & chips – an iconic British food (3 mins)
In case you missed it – the most popular link last time was this mind-blowing drone tour around a bowling alley (2 mins)  (5 mins).
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Have a great weekend.
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