[nonostantement #122] - the hardys / sounds of the pandemic / google & incognito mode
NOW with more links about living a secluded life!
|Jun 7, 2020|
Welcome to nonostantement:
a weekly newsletter with good-humoured, controversial and out of the ordinary stuff found all over the Internet.
Hello my name is Joele Lucherini and I am Digital Strategist living and working in Barcelona, Spain - I spend my time mostly on the Internet.
I don’t have a soundtrack for this mail, I suggest you to listen to the noises coming from your window, maybe record them. And share it with the world, would ya?
[Video] - WEB EXTRA: Bumper Tables Help Maintain Social Distancing
”Fish Tales in Ocean City, MD showed off an interesting way to maintain social distancing this weekend. The restaurant is takeout only for now, but employees tried out some bumper tables as a way to help keep people apart once they open to dine-in customers.”
Meet the wilderness couple who are masters of social distance
”The Hardys live completely off-grid in the wildest reaches of the American West. As most people struggle with avoiding others, they're determined to maintain a remote life together to the very end.”
Pandemics have fueled the rise of mega-corporations—and they’ll do it again
”The long-term result of the Black Death was the strengthening of the power of big business and the state. The same processes are happening much more rapidly during the coronavirus lockdown.”
International Archive of Dreams
”The International Archive of Dreams is a library/archive and floating boat museum dedicated to dreaming, which invites people to document their dream experiences and participate in workshops, drink tea and dream.”
Sound Of The Earth: The Pandemic Chapter
”the Dallas Museum of Art in collaboration with experience and sound designer Yuri Suzuki wanted to create an open platform for people to express themselves and to capture our shared experience of the fleeting moments around us during this period.”
The influencers trampling nature - and the man who's trying to stop them
”One man has made it his mission to stop bad behaviour by social media stars in national parks and public spaces. But not everyone's happy with his methods.”
Google sued for at least $5 billion over claimed ‘Incognito mode’ grab of ‘potentially embarrassing’ browsing data
”Google says it makes it clear to users that ‘private’ browsing data can be gathered”
Find The Police And Military Planes That Monitored The Protests In Your City With These Maps
”As protests against police brutality ramped up across the nation, aircraft operated by law enforcement and the National Guard were flying overhead.”