Can the Internet Survive Climate Change?

In a tiny apartment in the Spanish coastal town of El Masnou, just outside of Barcelona, Kris de Decker runs a website completely powered by a small solar panel crammed into the corner of his balcony. With its light blue background and low-res imagery, the site for Low-Tech Magazine is intentionally retro—a callback to blogs and self-hosted sites from the[…]

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Writing for the smartphone in the modern era

We are writing on electronic devices all of our hours and days, in several different ways, with multiple styles and factors. The transformation of newspapers, from typographic to digital composition, the color above the black and white, the pixels over the pen signs. The digital editions of many newspapers around the world are deeply different from the analogic versions and[…]

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Surf the web anonymously and incognito

Anonymous navigation, incognito mode and many other similar terms are becoming commonly used terminologies thanks to the numerous implementations of different navigation methodologies to surf the web without leaving a trace. Available on all the most common browsers and on all the most widespread operating systems, these operating modes have given rise to some minor misunderstandings and, if on the[…]

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