it’s personal and micro – simply.

Psst! Wanna take a beautiful walk?

The social-network-internet of today is best understood when you hold in your mind the image of a faceless person scrolling down a screen endlessly for all of eternity, but yet for whom satisfaction never comes.

[via kwon]

a call to web explorers - can I get an Amen!

Just this morning, a nudge from a pinboard friend reminds me of a familiar netizen’s projects, particularly Status Cafe. I just gots to explore it again!

Damn, this seems awfully familiar to me. Oh yeah. I shared his garden at the wiki - in fact, I had to create a delightful.finds category for it. It was fun then and it’s fun again now! Then I check out another user:

gotta remind myself, every day, that i dont HAVE to fully render my art. i can just doodle. i can just sketch. dont touch that paintbrush

Yes, I need to see more. So I check out his site - bang! Got me a new pointer, thank you.

and the point is

The fun I had this morning is exactly what I’m hoping my sites’ visitors will experience when they explore the links I share. A little attention goes a long way - take some time to explore… and enjoy!

kudos to these honest conservatives

Lost, Not Stolen
The Conservative Case that Trump Lost and Biden Won the 2020 Presidential Election

Efforts to thwart the People’s choice are deeply undemocratic and unpatriotic. Claims that an election was stolen, or that the outcome resulted from fraud, are deadly serious and should be made only on the basis of real and powerful evidence.

[via nwhyte]

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