The Freddie Mercury Thermometer uses the Queen singer's voice to tell us the temperature.
The podcast is now back for it's third run! If you're new to it, and like a combination of toilet humour and trivia then you may enjoy it!
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After the latest batch of podcast recording sessions, the Tech Dif crew took a road trip. It lasted for hours. We cut it down to 90 seconds.
Watch The Road Trip here
A big box of sunglasses arrived unexpectedly in the post the other day. There was only thing that could happen: "50 Shades of Matt Gray"
To celebrate his 10,000th day on this earth Tom Scott held a Ridiculous Mini Golf Party for which I designed and built a mini golf hole inspired by a ball bearing Labyrinth toy.
Mini Golf: Joystick Controlled Labyrinth, and how I made it
Having seen a lot of talk on twitter about the recent solar activity and questions about how south an aurora may be visible, I put together a map which shows where in the UK twitter users report to be able to see the Northern Lights.
I have updated this so it is now possible to map tweets about aurorae being witnessed across the USA, Canada and South Africa as well as the UK.
Check out the #aurora map!
As a friend observed recently, paint colours always have silly names. I thought it would be right to suggest some additions to the colour range.
Try The Paint Colour Name Generator!
Three cream crackers. Two men. One minute. No water.
This is what happens when the Technical Difficulties crew meet up on a windy night in York, and someone mentions the one-minute cracker-eating challenge. They thought it'd be easy. They were wrong.
Watch The Northern Nocturnal Cracker Consumption Championships