Last Week in 5 Links #63

by | Mar 10, 2021 | FiveLinks

This week we have World Book Day, Sony’s Color DPT, an article about climate change, tourism to the Moon and a funny video about software testers in our selection, all handpicked by Attila Csizofszki.

World Book Day

In today’s digital world, it is important to pick a book and read it. Reading can improve brain connectivity, reduce stress, increase your vocabulary, your comprehension and more. Kids live in the digital world 24/7 nowadays, it is a challenge to make them read real books. Get out of the ‘Matrix’ and read a printed book. 🙂

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Sony’s Color DPT

This product is something that I want to try. I haven’t seen an E Reader with a colour display yet and I am very curious about it.

CO2 Emissions Bounced Back

Makes me very sad knowing it didn’t take long to get back to the pre-covid levels. What happened pandemic-wise is horrible, but at least our planet was able to take a deep breath. It seems we talk about it a lot, but nothing really changes.

Global Warming factory chimney emitting smoke
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Space Tourism – Moon

Space tourism fascinates me. If you have enough money, you can travel to the Moon. I don’t think I am brave enough to sign up for an adventure like this. However, I really want to see Earth from space one day. Will space tourism become widely available in our lifetime?

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Devs Watching QA

I laughed so much watching this. It is so typical. The developer writes the code as he believes it is flawless and the tester proves that it isn’t. Very real, very funny.

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