Welcome to nonostantement:
a weekly newsletter with salubrious, pugnacious and anomalous stuff found all over the Internet.
Hola, I am Joele, an Italian Digital Strategist writing to you from that weird place called Barcelona. Last months have been a wild ride. How are you doing?
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Tune In, Drop Out
”In the face of social and professional pressure, many young South Koreans are simply opting out — and the economy is adapting to them.”
Covid Conversations With One of America’s Richest Men
”How a pandemic unfolds when you’re a Wall Street billionaire.”
”Open a new window somewhere in the world”
Patti Smith's Cure for Insomnia
”How many times have I played this game, always falling short of the swinging tassel, but at the worst winding up in a dream somewhere?”
The garden of forking memes : how digital media distorts our sense of time – AZL
”[…] we are all trying to figure out how the ‘alien language’ of digital tech has transformed our psyches and warped our sense of time.”
[Video] - La Télévision, œil de demain (1947) - J.K Raymond Millet [Extrait]
”[…] the evolution of television in transportable pocket format, and the way in which humans will interact with the object.”
Dazzling Vintage Photos Show Life In 1980s Italy
”During the 1980s Traub visited various parts of Italy for 2 to 3 weeks at a time, documenting the intriguing lifestyle he called La Dolce Via (the Sweet Way). The freedom, slow pace, and diversity were the trademarks of the time which is now witnessed mainly in photos.”
The Collapse of the Soviet Union in Pictures
”Despite its ‘permanently revisionist stance in international affairs’, the state had become moribund. The revolution was over.”