With a few hours delay.
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
We were packing for Tenerife, but when Uno was sick, we had to postpone our trip. I must have looked exhausted while pushing the stroller determined through the autumn-covered streets to the soothing tunes of Brian Eno’s latest album, because I was showered with silent nods and kind smiles from passersby. One went so far as to open his mouth and, with a reassuring voice, tell me that “they grow bigger.”
Thank you for reading, and I apologize for today’s delay: my heart and mind were elsewhere. Next week, I’ll hopefully be writing to you from the Canary Islands.
Parkulator shows spaces for cars around the world.
ATMA is an abbreviation generator I don’t understand.
Crouton is an admirable emoji dedication.
This generous workshop aims at assisting non-developers with creating websites: it is free from requirements and rich on reflections about the web. I appreciate the notion that “the most crucial learning is ‘how to think’ and ‘how to write queries and prompts’ more than anything else.” Thank you, Chia.
Everest Pipkin decided to host their pandemic birthday party in Roblox, a popular gaming universe. As always with Everest’s writing, it is calm, refrains from slander, and instead offers a nostalgic reflection on the peripheral places where we can make a world of our own.
In our friendly celebration of roadside flowers it is time to vote between The Sound of Love 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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