Flowers for June
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
We are back home — and it is fantastic. In front of our house, the lilac is blooming with rich snow-white flowers, and everywhere I look, trees and plants are dressed in calming lush greens. Thanks to everyone who greeted us with open arms during our one month in Greece, I’m confident we’ll return soon. But first, I’m here for June.
Resounding Website lets you ring bells.
Promising Space is meditative journey in your web browser.
Weather Gradient is another type of weather information.
Whenever possible, I follow organizations by subscribing to their newsletters. I cherish the intimacy and commitment to perspectives that a good newsletter offers, so it is always with disappointment when I click unsubscribe after a few editions. For some reason, institutional newsletters feel like an after-thought. Fortunately, New_ Public’s newsletter is different from the majority, offering quality writing about digital public spaces. In particular, I enjoyed the interview with Deepti Doshi and the profile of Metafilter.
Melon's series of blog posts introduces Web Revival, a loosely connected movement of people making websites in the spirit of the early web, and work as a simple guide to making your own website using HTML and CSS. Whether you are already a webmaster or have no intentions of becoming one, I recommend you surf the links provided throughout the three posts. There are many of my favorites, such as status.cafe.
I’m including this article as a sheer appreciation for the depth of the internet. In the blog post, Colin Morris sets out to discover the least popular Wikipedia articles and, in the process, reveals obscure pages and uncovers the mechanics of the Wikipedia random button.
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Last week this letter was sent to 1064 people. Twentyeight are crazy enough to chip in every month/year to support me making time to write. Logo by Studio Hollywood. Print by Luka. Photograph by Ana Santl.