The Mediterranean Sea
Happy (soon) Birthday Mom
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
Ana is on Mykonos, Greece. But unlike in the photo above from Naxos, Uno and I are far away. We are visiting my grandparents, Uno’s great-grandparents, in a small town on the Danish peninsula. It is a gift to witness generations interlace, just like it is to be entangled in Ana’s poetic gaze, and I am counting the days until we move to Athens and embrace The Mediterranean Sea.
Sunrise is what it says and by that it is perfection.
Foam is a mystery lurking you to visit an archive.
Making as Thinking is only for the web browser.
Hypha is a Wikipedia-like page that becomes unreadable.
The headline is the only thing bothering me about this stunning conversation between Elvia Wilk and Claire L. Evans in Pioneer Works. You’ll love it too if the following quote by Claire catches your attention: “Computers are just glorified rocks, in the end. If we can imagine that computers can be people and can be intelligent and can dialogue with us, then we can do the same with plants. It would actually require much less work, because plants are already intelligent.”
It is inspiring to follow the team behind Cursor Mag: they are dedicated, curious, and kind. Their Discord is active without being overwhelming and is the size where it still feels intimate with a welcoming culture. So come say hi, I’m there.
In our friendly celebration of roadside flowers it is time to vote between Can I Send You an Email? and Town. Remember that the selection is intentional, the pairing is random, and the voting criteria are for you to decide.
See last week’s result and follow the celebration here. Ps. on the occasion of a tiebreak, I draw between the two sites.
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Last week this letter was sent to 1296 people. Twenty-five are crazy enough to chip in every month/year to support me making time to write. Logo by Studio Hollywood. Photograph by Ana Santl.