List of the best movies on Netflix this Christmas 2019 plus the essentials….
Godus is a new ‘god game’ from the creator of ‘Populous’. Something to play before Age of Empires IV?
These ‘mobilised’ Lemmings look the same, still make the same Worms-type sounds, but… they’ve had to evolve and adapt for a post-Angry Birds era….
There were many a mobile title in 2018, but if you had to choose, what one game ticks the boxes for what a finger-pressing ‘distraction’ should ideally provide to the majority of young (and older, stressed-out) smartphone-bearers… Can you guess…?
From one PC classic game to full, epic, sofa-geared videogame puzzle-adventures… here are a few awe-inspiring titles for young minds…
An overview of the better Crypto Portfolio tracking tools I use and why here in July 2018. I was just using Blockfolio plus Google Sheets, but why bother with macros, when you get some great sites that give you graphical charts and stats etc. They give a much better report on trade history or, for example, realised and unrealised gains, and just how far you’ve come since original investments, after many an impulsive or measured trade…
A new wave of book genres like ‘GameLit’ or ‘LitRPG’ relating to gaming culture and video game fantasies is gaining firm ground – but what’s it like to read or to write it? And why?
Some of the important films from Yann Arthus-Bertrand…
Malick’s resonant ‘Tree of Life’: you just can’t hide from his work, the scenes….film paintings with stories that can be re-watched…in parts…..
So, you might choose to be transported into that unique realm where myth and history combine together. A new film, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, from the director of Sherlock Holmes and fast-paced gangster titles comes out 19th May. What about the real story though, and the history?
One of my ‘evolution’-inspired illustrations used for intriguing book article…
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Have discovered Soundtrap.com as a great new way of making music – and possibly collaborating too – online…
Singing the praises of Google Keep, one app that hits the nail on the head…
A great, green website full of pretty decent + green-ish ideas for kids… http://www.learning4kids.net/
‘Animal communication and human language once seemed to be separated by an unbridgeable gulf… [but now] We are beginning to understand in broad outline how the most unique and important […]
Recommended poems steeped in natural imagery… …and this one from ‘Last Load’… ‘The trees shake out their masses, joyful, Drinking the downpour. The hills pearled, the whole distance drinking And […]
Reading the achievements of WWF, World Wildlife Fund, is one of the most inspiring aspects of this more and more relevant charity… Also, there’s such great graphic design behind the […]
For a thorough appreciation, understanding and background in Natural Understanding, Greenwise Design recommends any of these above…
Featuring some nice, clear, green-themed webdesign, this is also a bold move that is early days, but may hopefully gain ground… Click above to see a well-made video outlining the […]
Welcome to the land of online snacking: Graze.com We ordered the free intro box and have since kept it rolling. Highly recommended for office and home snack times, with interesting […]
Bjork’s new music project on the iPad worth a good look… wikipedia (I would have called it ‘Cybernature‘ !)
The Apple iPad comes recommended here at Greenwise Design. It brings the internet to a very accessible level in the house and out. No waiting for anything to boot up. […]
Essential viewing: this well-written, birds-eye-view documentary mixed with a strong environmental message and awareness of humanity – from earth’s perspective.
Some reviews on available Applications for your iPads/iPhones etc… 5 Green Apps We’re Excited About for the iPad Top 10 Green iPhone / iPad Apps – guardian.co.uk 50 Green Apps for […]