Welcome to this weeks Favourite Friday! This week we have Adobe Flash & Twitter updates and features, A Lego paper airplane launcher and more!
4 Year old scores try against rugby legends
After this 4 year old wondered onto a charity rugby game in Australia. he probably didn't expect to be scoring a try and outrunning the entire team, quite impressively!
Superbowl Google Searches
On Monday, GoogleTrends released a pretty cool feature showing what viewers of the Sunday night Superbowl were searching for on Google. You can watch how the stats change from the beginning of the evening until the show finished.
New Twitter Timeline
Not a massive change per say, but the new Twitter timeline allows users to see Tweets they're more likely to take interest in first in their news feed. However, the feature is not compulsory: to turn it on or off, go to your Settings on your Twitter and under the Account section will be a tick-box for Timeline.
Google stops Flash Ads
You may have already heard about the irrelevance of Adobe Flash and it continues to die off in a recent post on Google+ by Google that they will stop running Flash Ads and instead they will be running ads that are 100% HTML, so that advertisers can reach out to all screens of a much wider audience.
Lego Paper Airplane Launcher
This is quite impressive- Using a mixture of robotics and Lego, it turns out (quite a lot!) of people have made Paper Airplane launchers- it even folds the paper to the ideal shape! It's also quite mesmerising to watch.