Disassembling Our Home
And the winner of the WWWonderful Awards.
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
“Is this nice?” Uno is walking with determination up the tiny mountain path. His question is rhetoric because his entire being shines with happiness as he steps over small rocks, picks wayside flowers, and points Ana in directions to photograph.
Our Tenerife trip was a pleasant hiccup of summer in the midst of autumn and a welcome break from disassembling our home before our move to Athens in a few weeks. On that note, we’re saying goodbye to most of our belongings, including the last remaining Naive Weekly prints.
June’s Map is an invitation to get lost.
Slow Road is an endless browser-window-road-trip.
Petit Tube is videos with no views.
Pentad World won the inaugural edition of the WWWonderful Awards. While I figure out an appropriate reward for the site’s composer, Laurel Schwulst, an Internet poet and a tiny NYC apartment resident, I’d like to thank you all for participating and encourage you to read the linked introduction to the project.
Channon looked into Google’s location history to uncover how often her path crossed with her boyfriend before they became a couple. It is cute and nerdy and ends like this: “Past Channon had not the foggiest clue what impact an unnoticed stranger would come to have on her. Since learning this I can’t help but look at the passers-by in my day-to-day life in a different light.”
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