And back to the 7am schedule. Also sorry for skipping last week's issue.
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
It is peak transition time. In four days, we say goodbye to our home for the past two years when we fly to Athens on an open-ended ticket with as little luggage as possible. Instead of storing our stuff, we have spent months finding new owners, a liberating and draining escapade.
Uno is using the few unavoidable moving boxes to build makeshift homes within our home. Meanwhile, Ana and I are counting the days and glancing in disbelief at all the remaining tasks. But below the exhaustion rests a deep gratitude for the best home I ever had and a brewing curiosity for what awaits.
Bubbles is a soap foam for your browser window.
Rock Collector is Uno on any walk filling his (and our) pockets.
Childishism is a visual search engine I don’t understand.
I appreciate the academic rooting of Cursor, an infrequent magazine about the internet. Foucault is a starter-level reference, and within a few paragraphs, I’m expanding my curriculum with cultural anthropologists and media theorists. However, it is the raw and inclusive approach to contributions that I cherish the most because it provides a fertile environment for voices to take shape and pollinate. I’m contributing a small piece titled An Interface Between Us.
I’m breaking a personal rule by including a link to the latest edition of Nevoazul because the articles are only available in print. However, Inês and her team are doing an incredible job of nurturing a poetic web in Portugal, so if you can spare the money, I’d recommend ordering the magazine and read essays by Everest Pipkin and Laurel Schwulst, two of my favourite people on the web. I was invited to write a short guide for calm Internet walks, and I’m happy to share with anyone who replies to this email.
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