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Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
I’m writing today’s newsletter from Uno’s playroom with Uno and Ana are sleeping next door. It is Saturday evening. It is pitch dark outside. And besides a dimmed moon-shaped lamp, the room I am sitting in mirrors the outside darkness.
I’m excited to show you the secret surprise we are preparing, but you’ll have to wait until next Sunday. I think it is worth the wait. And before I switch off the computer, close the black screen, and join my family next door, I have one question for you: where are you sitting?
Match shapes to make baby-shapes. (I believe I’ve shared this before but it resurfaced my attention this week and deserves a second inclusion)
In this short YouTube travel log, Tiana takes you by the hand, as she descends down the YouTube ocean. I adore Tiana’s contributions to the Internet and her YouTube discoveries are cute and funny. More importantly, she makes an effort to equip you with a few simple tricks to go diving yourself. Please share with me any treasures you might find.
If you want to seek further on your Internet exploration, this odd site is a suitable place to pick up tricks while learning about the mechanics of search engines. I warn you that the site is confusing, (partly) broken, and (lovely) dated, so maybe skip it or jump straight to the subpage about Google.
Watch a stream with no viewers. Consider to engage in the comments.
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