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Tuesday TEA Time - Shooting the moon, pavement, and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland...

Tuesday TEA Time
Tuesday TEA Time - Shooting the moon, pavement, and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland...
By Nathan • Issue #78 • View online

The last couple weeks have been strangely full of optimism while also being dis-heartening. I suppose that’s just the way things go sometimes. How are things going for you? Have you found anything interesting online lately?
Russia wants to cut itself off from the global internet. Here’s what that really means.
There is already the problem where content rights different from country to country: so Netflix in Germany is different than in the USA. And now it really seems like it will be impossible to even keep the entire world connected; instead there will probably be a few different “isolated internets” across the globe.
If we cannot continue to innovate and solve scientific problems, then will we succumb to our own mistakes and environmental tragedies or will we somehow still be able to work our way out of it?
A 30-million page library is heading to the moon to help preserve human civilization
We are always shooting something to somewhere…
The first manuscript of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland written in 1846 included some amazing illustrations by Lewis Carroll. (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, the original author, went by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.) Checkout some of my favorites below:
Then, I found a re-imagining of the illustrations by Tove Jansson and they are fantastic!
Have you read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland? I haven’t, but I’m looking into it right now…
That’s all for this week. I hope you found something interesting and I hope you have a good rest of your week.
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