A stream of things going in and out of the brain of Doug Belshaw
17 October 2020
🏞️ To Mend a Broken Internet, Create Online Parks
👶 Babies’ random choices become their preferences
😨 Dystopia as Clickbait: Science Fiction, Doomscrolling, and Reviving the Idea of the Future
👃 Why Are the Noses Broken on Egyptian Statues?
🧙♀️ New online database tracks historic ‘witch marks’ carved into England’s trees
Quotation-as-title by Comtesse Diane. Image from top-linked post.
Posted17 October 2020 — 07:02
Tagsbabies, choices, dystopia, Egypt, Eli Parisier, Hyperallergic, internet, Lonely Planet, noses, Tor, trees, WIRED, witches
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