Glass Wings Blog: Year

20 years of orange cones: The history of VLC
40 Years of Weird: Al Yankovic’s Biggest Moments
50 years of tax cuts for the rich failed to trickle down, economics study says
50 Years of Text Games
50 years since Mike Oldfield began writing Tubular Bells: the pioneering album that changed the sound of music
8 years after the Rana Plaza tragedy, Bangladesh’s garment workers are still bottom of the pile
Australia sweltered through its 4th-hottest year in 2020
Australia-first research reveals staggering loss of threatened plants over 20 years
Barbie Career of the Year as a Window on Centrist Feminism
Beautiful, rare ‘purple cauliflower’ coral off NSW coast may be extinct within 10 years
Bushfires in a wet year have Australia's scientists looking to climate change
Daði Freyr (Daði & Gagnamagnið) – 10 Years (Official Video)
Dig this: a tiny echidna moves 8 trailer-loads of soil a year, helping tackle climate change
Fifty Years of Tax Cuts for Rich Didn’t Trickle Down, Study Says
Finding Infinity develops $100 billion zero-carbon strategy for Melbourne "that would pay for itself in less than 10 years"
For 50 Years, Tech Companies Have Tried to Increase Diversity by Fixing People Instead of the System
From Idea to Icon: 50 Years of the Floppy Disk
Ghost fish: after 420 million years in the deeps, modern gillnets from shark fin trade drag coelacanths into the light
Great, Lapland Just Recorded Its Hottest Temperature in 100 Years
Happy New Year 2021!
Headphones, saw blades, coat hangers: how human trash in Australian bird nests changed over 195 years
IBM Apologizes For Firing Computer Pioneer For Being Transgender...52 Years Later
Interview: Professor Jun Murai – The Father of the Internet in Japan, the Past 40 Years, and the Future to Come
Meet TIME's First-Ever Kid of the Year
Melbourne's birth destroyed Bunurong and Wurundjeri boundaries. 185 years on, they've been redrawn
New year, new rant: Linus Torvalds rails at Intel for 'killing' the ECC industry
Numbats at brink of extinction, not seen in NSW wild for more than 100 years, hang on with pest fence
One Year After Declaring Climate Emergency, Scientists Say 'Massive-Scale Mobilization' Necessary
Peatlands worldwide are drying out, threatening to release 860 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year
Pest plants and animals cost Australia around $25 billion a year – and it will get worse
Rewiring Australian households could save them up to $6,000 a year, research finds
Rich countries are hoarding COVID-19 vaccines. Elsewhere, the pandemic may keep killing for years
Say Goodbye To 2020 With The Year’s Top 10 Hubble Photos
The scientific genius who eschewed fame: remembering Thomas Harriot, 400 years on
Seven Years Ago, CERN Gave Open Access A Huge Boost; Now It's Doing The Same For Open Data
Ships moved more than 11 billion tonnes of our stuff around the globe last year, and it’s killing the climate. This week is a chance to change
Sixty years of climate change warnings: the signs that were missed (and ignored)
Split decision: Telstra’s carve-up plan comes 23 years too late for competition and customers
Stark choice for Israel as voters head to polls for fourth time in two years
Stunning Tiffany Stained Glass Debuts After 100 Years of Obscurity
This adorable mouse was considered extinct for over 100 years — until we found it hiding in plain sight
This French Pianist Has Been Playing For 102 Years And Just Released A New Album
This Japanese Shop Is 1,020 Years Old. It Knows a Bit About Surviving Crises.
Uighur family freed after three years, and reunited in Australia
Visualising 70 years of refugee journeys
We spent six years scouring billions of links, and found the web is both expanding and shrinking
We Wasted 20 Years Fighting the War on Terror Instead of Climate Change
The year everything got cancelled: how the arts in Australia suffered (but survived) in 2020
The Year in Cheer
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