๐Ÿ“จ So what's this about?

Every month you will get a bunch of links sourced from the most curious corners of the web. If you want to be on the receiving end of this, you only need to leave behind your email and confirm it once:

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Of course the content of the talk is entirely up to the internet itself... However, we can guarantee our enthousiam and a hightened interest in all sorts of unrelated things!

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๐Ÿคจ 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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๐Ÿ“ซ 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...

  • 4-way Tetris.
  • A sea water antenna.
  • The last glacier of Venezuela.
  • The decay of digital stuff.. (only on the archive.org).
  • The secret language of ships.
  • Every likes magnets, but polymagnets are way more fun!
  • How the world looks to you phone.
  • A visit to the spaceship, a Burroughs Wellcome building.
  • The woman who gave Macintosh a smile.
  • Inside the theater that is the metro of Moscow.

Still unsure if you want this? Have a look at our FAQ or subscribe for a month and drop out when you want too! We won't use your email for anything else! Want to know more or have you found a curious corner? Shoot me an email at: jsplattel@gmail.com.

Thanks,

Joost & Kees