Useful Links: January 2012

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A list of items I’ve come across recently that I found potentially useful, interesting, or just plain funny:

  • TimeRime – Create and view timelines of historical events (via Mark Locke)
  • ITU statistics on global ICT usage – A collection of statistics from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) (via Mark Locke)
  • Minty Geek – Compact components that slot into a neat little mints tin: making learning electronics and building circuits fun and easy (via Computing)
  • DoesFollow – Find out who follows whom on Twitter (great for checking if someone follows you when you have more than a few tens of followers)
  • Scale of the universe – Amazing interactive scale of the universe tool (via Jason Perlow and Adi Kingsley-Hughes)
  • – Learn new words

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