Last Week in 5 Links #98

by | Feb 11, 2022 | FiveLinks

In this week’s selection, we have coffee statistics, The art of Luca, Global warming’s effect on pregnancy, medieval chicken boiled in butter recipe and the Lightyear trailer, all handpicked by Anett Kindl.

Drinking Coffee Can Be Healthy [HUN]

It was interesting to read this article, mainly because most of my colleagues here at Sponge Hammer have a particular interest in coffee or brewing methods. Knowing that three coffees won’t do any harm to your body is relieving.

Photo by Chevanon Photography from Pexels

The Artbook of Luca

I haven’t seen the movie, but the artbook is just beautiful. I find it magical how pencil drawings are becoming 3D art. And the amount of work they put in there is astronomical. When we sit down to watch an anime or cartoon, we never think about how much is in there and how many things the creator needs to check to ensure the final product is flawless.

Global Warming Affects Pregnancy

You wouldn’t think that global warming is affecting pregnancy, but here we are. It’s shocking that we can see the effects of climate change everywhere, but we still don’t do anything to prevent it. I’m trying to do my part in that, but unless it’s coming from governments or big corporates, we won’t be able to make a significant change individually.

pregnant woman wearing beige long sleeve shirt standing near brown tree at daytime
Photo by Negative Space on Pexels

Medieval Recipes: Chicken Boiled in Butter

Well, it is…interesting. Probably tasty too, but that much butter! Surely it isn’t healthy.

Lightyear Trailer

I loved the original Toy Story, and I watched it many times when I was a kid. Watching the trailer made me think if this one is still made for children or adults? The colours, themes, action, and humour are all for adults, nope? Anyway, I can’t wait to see it.

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