And the WWWonderful Awards Final
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
We arrived safely in Tenerife late yesterday evening. It’s too soon to share any travel reports, as we haven’t seen much besides the flickering light of human activity in the night during our car ride from the airport to our hotel and the nearby beach where we rested in the morning.
From tomorrow we’ll be exploring the entire island. Ana is here for work. She is asked to photograph the environment and the poetry hidden between the development projects. If you want a travel report, consider ordering a personal postcard.
Forest Green is color poetry.
Careful Words is a little bit more than a thesaurus.
Castles is floating, rotating, and colorful.
Kernel Magazine published all their second-issue contributions. I prefer the submissions that experiment in styles, such as Jasmine Wang’s poem and Adora Svitak’s short fiction story. If you want to learn more about Kernel, I recommend the conversation with their editors in Zine Munch.
At first glance, the People’s Graphic Design Archive appears random. And while it is true that a wide representation is encouraged, this in-depth interview with the project caretakers reveals their rich consideration and that the randomness is intentional.
See last week’s result and follow the celebration here. Ps. on the occasion of a tiebreak, I draw between the two sites.
I’m happy to receive submissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi, I’m Kristoffer and you have just read Naive Weekly — Observations from the Internet Wilderness.