Thursday, January 26, 2023

Friday Links!

We're super-light this week. 

If you're bored, go buy a book! The Man You Trust.

This is a fantastic read: Researchers look a dinosaur in its remarkably preserved face

From C. Lee, and these are spectacular: Our Favorite Student Artwork From Japan’s Graduating Class of 2023

From the previous website: Waguya: a 300-Year Old Cavernous Arts & Crafts Shop in Mie Prefecture.

My favorite Civ, and the Digital Antiquarian is so brilliant: Sequels in Strategy Gaming, Part 1: Civilization II

The scientific process here is remarkable: Scientists identify rare lead compounds in Rembrandt’s The Night Watch.

Of interest in relation to what we've been discussing recently: Do AI images violate copyright? A lawyer explains the Stable Diffusion lawsuit.

This is such an odd story, but it's genuinely amazing, too: Building a boat to sail around the world when you don't know boat building or sailing.

From David Gloier, and this is depressing: How Auto-Tune DESTROYED Popular Music. It's an interesting path from auto-tune and drum machines to music generation programs. 

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