small significant things in everyday life by giovanni, webdesigner and almost anthropologist
on the alps in paris on the alps in versailles (changed home often, lately).
Love mountains? See you on my mountain and climbing blog stile alpino
Il y a un an / One years ago
Massif des Bauges [Savoie, France]
Go to a Facebook profile, and ponder what we have now. Instead of having adventures into the great unknowns of the web, we instead now spend most of our time on social networks: boring, suburban gated communities, where everybody’s “profile” looks exactly the same, and presents exactly the same content, in the same arrangement. Rarely do we create things on these networks; Instead, we consume, and report on our consumption. […]
The web we have today is a sad, pathetic, consumption-oriented digital iron curtain, and we need to change that.”
Me, my (new) longboard & the Beach Boys in Paris. And this evening: sliding on the berges de la Seine!
A tribute to ROGER EBERT
These are holy words :
To make ourselves unhappy is where all crime start.
We must try to contribute joy to the world.
New jacket: Salewa SQUAMISH.
Walter Gropius a una finestra della sede del Bauhaus a Dessau.
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“[O]ur individual salvation depends on collective salvation. Because thinking only about yourself, fulfilling your immediate wants and needs, betrays a poverty of ambition.”
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