The Joy of Interwebz: Part Five

An irregular series of interesting stuff on the web.

Hindsight is a new blog with a focus on culture, heritage, and creativity:

Each post consists of a historical image from a cultural repository and a new work of art inspired by it. The blog also features monthly profiles of memory institutions in interview form.

I love how poet Helen Heath turns a Papers Past advert into a story, and into a poem in It all unfolds.

Gareth Shute explores the wonder of airships, and check out Chris McDowall’s venture into the world of hexagonal maps.

There are also profiles of cultural institutions like the Alexander Turnbull Library and DigitalNZ. Sign up to get the latest posts delivered.

Meanwhile, on Twitter …

Christchurch, 100 years ago

Language

The perennial “What to read” problem

The lighter side

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