The Curious Corner of the Internet


Every month I send out a bunch of links sourced from the most curious corners of the web. If you want to be in on the little following I have you only need to leave behind your email and confirm it once. Use the form below:

Wondering what other people say?
The only newsletter I read ~ Jelle Akkerman
A Field Guide to getting lost on the web ~ A passer-by
Ever get lost on the web? This makes me think about exploring the web, reading other books and listening to different podcasts ~ Peter Joosten
What to expect?

Scared for what may lie ahead? Curious about what could you encounter in the monthly newsletter?

Below you will find a short selection ranging from micro-biology, to epic poems, and technological feats. Including rare discoveries and undiscoverd arts...

Pinkies for the ex-mafia members.
This month is national writing month, but there's been a change of plans. Algorithms are in charge now!
Write Arabic with Latin script.
This camera takes a shot that takes 1000 years. Thanks Pim!
Swedes and sushi?
A mega-church with it's own 25 megawatt power plant.
Wikipedia has its own curious corner.
Why land on the moon? (1963)
Inventing a whole language.
What happens when algorithms read clouds?

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