Recently I realized that I haven’t post anything here for three years. To make it short, I had a digital overload after years of intensive multitasking, digital perception of time, procrastionation and fragmented concentration after heavily using Twitter. It took me about 5 years to declutter myself from it. I guess I’m ready to be back with recreational semi-private blogging few times per month.
Isn’s this a lovely statement after so many years?! :o)
Or to be more polite…
First illustration is taken from here: https://webdevstudios.com/2015/09/24/monotasking-stay-focused-one-thing-time/; and the second from here: https://twitter.com/Locomalito/status/575662038665588737
Good to see ya!
And here is the first e-book ‘OpenWear. Sustainability, Openness and P2P production in the world of fashion’ written by Bertram Niessen, Oleg Koefoed, Lise Skov, Zoe Romano, Alessandro Delfanti on the behalf of last year’s established open source fashion and maker community Openwear.
Openwear gathers via its online space small fashion producers, makers, designers, stylists, students, interns, tailors, photographers, models, crafters, sewing cafes, silk-screen printers, fashion schools and others. The concept is based on shareable and open sourcing culture emphasizing DIY concepts .
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted the first recommendation in Readaholic… Thus, enjoy the world of prototyping and creating some clothing based on wirez, fabric and electricity with the help of free e-book Open softwear – fashionable prototyping and wearable computing using the Arduino.
OK, folkz! It’s just about perfect time for a new section on my blog, and that would be Readaholic. Yeah, we’re gonna read together some selected (read: free) books, articles and comics I will dig for you on the web.
It’s not gonna be very demanding or something, promise… Coz, I know that it’s not the same to have printed book in your hands… I don’t wanna make any comparison with anything, right?!