Neighborhood Cat Food
And jungle dreams.
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
Sun-bleached overhangs in pastel colors cover overgrown potted plants on balconies stretching from edge to edge of the low-rise buildings with rooftop terraces. Pick-up trucks circle around the hilly streets, calling in tired megaphones for scrap metal, retired furniture and dismissed belongings.
The pavements are occupied by parked cars, fallen citrus fruits, crackled tiles, and generous food portions for the neighborhood cats. We are now tenants of Koukaki, Athens. People have lived here for possibly five thousand years, and it feels like a solarpunk jungle dream.
No HTML is unique-code website.
River is a web experiment in flow and space.
The Barnacle Goose Experiment is poetic factory clicker game by Everest Pipkin.
Handmade Data Set is collecting intimate moments for print.
Clara is a friend and photographer. She resembles a spirited guardian from a Studio Ghibli movie, which is to say that her pace through life is unlike most other people I know. This is the first post of her newly launched newsletter. It is not about the internet but is poetic, philosophic, and appealing, so I bet it fits you and your inbox.
In this short post, the wonderful Gemma Copeland makes the case for (re-)introducing the RSS Reader to your life and shares a list of her favourite feeds. If you are looking for a reader to make your own, I recommend Fraidycat, and you’ll find a link to a goldmine of blogs to include in the collections below. Ps. thank you for reading along, Gemma.
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