📨 So what's this about?
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🤨 Wondering what 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
Highly recommended! ~ Martijn Aslander
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📫 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 undiscovered arts...
- How far can you go by mailing strange items?
- Repopulating rare butterflies in a backyard.
- The earth is big, but how big is Google Earth? Around 3,017 TB.
- A subway named Mobius.
- A font designed for bad vision.
- Memory transfer between snails.
- The difference, between roads, avenues, drives, lanes, courts and boulevards.
- A library of wood.
- Anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing at that moment.
- A theorem a day.