After the wildfires comes the superbloom.
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
This week, the sun did nothing but shine. The same as always, you might say, and rightful so. However, for the first time in what feels like years, there were no clouds to hide the rays from my pale winter skin.
I passed forward the vitamins of the sun to a dormant personal project. So I'll soon be revealing what's behind Codename WFC, a project most relevant for the people in my near vicinity.
Feral Web is accessible depending on season, time, and local weather conditions.
Emoji Fortunes is refresh for (good) advise.
Karen lets you experience being stereotyped online.
Tap to Relax is the best button to click.
I write to forget: to say goodbye to ideas and let new thoughts prevail. Derek Sivers writes to remember. Furthermore, unlike Derek, I oppose most systems for organising thinking, so you might wonder why I am including his blog post about writing. But where our motivation and process for writing diverge, I share his conviction for writing plain text files.
From Matt Round, the human behind Vole.wtf, a catalogue of Roadside Flowers, comes Vmail. It is yet another newsletter but the format is refreshing. Every edition is a collection of emails written by the readers, and as you can imagine, people start to reply to each other’s submissions. I’m surprised that I have not seen this format being used more frequently, given that it has been working for generations in newspapers. Ps. Wilderness Land was included in the second edition.
Hi, I’m Kristoffer and you have just read Naive Weekly — Observations from the Internet Wilderness.
Thank you Tine for the paid subscription. I’m forever grateful for everything you have taught me.
Last week this letter was sent to 794 people. Thirtythree are crazy enough to chip in every month/year to support me making time to write. Logo by Studio Hollywood. Print by Luka. Photograph by Ana Santl.