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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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...
- The garden of modern earthly delights.
- Scavenging for mushrooms in New York.
- A pop-up book about CERN and the large hadron collider. Magic particles have to hidden between pages!
- Tired of living on an euclidean plane, try the poincaré disk!
- The history of steel.
- The last few months, I've seen it arise more often, but it seems that basic minimal income has been explored.
- Rotoscoped ballet dancing.
- If you're thinking about going old-school with vinyl, sign up for Klekt!
- Small paradises on the back on the back of trucks.
- Perceptions of chance and numbers.