The letter in which sand is the main character.
Another Sunday, Another Naive Weekly — Observations From The Internet Wilderness.
Stones are small worlds. And after a handful of days in Athens, a city of five million people, we arrived at Samos, where Uno and I have spent our days building sand mountains from a trillion sand corns while staying within a radius of 900 meters.
Uno thrives in these small gigantic worlds. We decorate our mountains with stairs from pebbles, and at the foot, we make lakes with wooden stick boats. And when the breeze arrives, we drizzle fine sand to make snowstorms.
The sand carries us through the day and finds its way into our bed. In between, we dance to the repetitive beach bar bass, pick roadside flowers for our shared notebook and draw yellow excavators. It is a summer holiday in the middle of May. Maybe we will send you a postcard?
ABOUT POSTCARD PLACE
On the first day of Mercury retrograde, I got the simple idea of sending postcards to all of you from our Greece trip. So if you want to receive a personal postcard in your mailbox, you can order one from our current location. I can’t afford to pay the postage for a thousand people, so I’m charging a small fee of €5 to cover the cost. If the price excludes anyone who would like to receive a postcard, please just reply to this email.
Incorporeal Company is web poetry for your browser.
Pentad World displays the 72 Japanese microseasons.
Sunday FM is the sound of Sunday.
Learn Korean Numbers is as foreign for to me as it is beautiful.
Internet Girlfriend Club is a webzine about teenage love. The stories are from the late 90s and early 00s, so while teenage love is universal, you might enjoy the tales more if you had your own experience with sites and programs such as LiveJournal, Runescape, AIM, AOL, and Geocities.
I recommend you to explore Sasha Portis’ abundant project descriptions. Each of the projects is a prompt to expand our online world by playing with accessible web formats, and I am impressed with the quality of references included. Consider to start with the project called Newsletter Publication.
Hi, I’m Kristoffer and you have just read Naive Weekly — Observations from the Internet Wilderness.
Last week this letter was sent to 963 people. Thirtyone 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.