A bit of a round-up of some interesting things we saw around the web last month.
Amazing and inspiring: Given Tablets But No Teachers, Ethiopian Kids Teach Themselves http://t.co/racL549L
— Almost Anything (@almostanything) November 2, 2012
This was an incredible story. You may have noticed how quickly kids get used to using iPods and tablets? In Ethiopia, kids are using tablets to teach themselves! Full story.
Every minute, two days worth of video is uploaded to YouTube (and 9 other amazing numbers) http://t.co/ySmtehdx
— Almost Anything (@almostanything) October 25, 2012
Some of these statistics are mind-numbing. I don’t know if they’re true, but they’re impressive! Get them all here.
This Is Not A Photograph – incredible talent! http://t.co/Gu7MTxSq
— Almost Anything (@almostanything) October 24, 2012
Still hard to believe it’s not a photo. See it here.
Chance of Krispy Kremes for morning tea today? Medium to high… 🙂 pic.twitter.com/dlZQA7bD
— Almost Anything (@almostanything) October 21, 2012
It’s become a tradition here that if someone passes though Brisbane airport, they have to bring back some for morning tea!
The simplest customer service frustration question of all: "Why isn't this as important to you as it is to me?" – Seth Godin
— Almost Anything (@almostanything) October 22, 2012