Friday, 10 July 2015

Friday Linkfest.

I can't believe it's already Friday again, time really is flying by!

Here are a few interesting or amusing links to spice up your Friday:

The Con Man trailer has been released.

Andreas has found an interesting snippet about dietary preferences of the French as compared to the Germans - from the fifteenth century.

Alasdair blogs about the Amazon review system (which the Big River wants to tweak), and reviews in general.

Finally, if you read German, here's an article about a lawsuit that Unicef is running against one of their benefactors. If you don't read German, here's the summary: A man who died in 2013 willed two thirds of his >one million Euro to go to Unicef, the rest to his brother. His brother died before he did, but, assuming it is clear that the money then would go to his brother's family, he did not change his Last Will. Now Unicef is trying to get all of the money through a lawsuit... and the internet is not amused.

That's it for this week. Don't forget to tune in (if you can) for the radio interview Gillian and I will have on this afternoon, some time between 14:15 and 15:00 CET (see yesterday's blog post for details if you need them).

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