A weekly-ish email to my internet friends

Once a week I write an email to my internet friends.

Read the latest issue:



Click. Click. Click. Click.

Written by dominik on April 1, 2019.

Hello internet friends,

no shit, Sherlock: Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control)
I’m pretty sure the contents of this article are only a surprise to people who don’t procrastinate. But hey, read it anyway, maybe it helps you to not have to do something else right now?

I am in the lucky position that I have a whole bunch of very good art museums nearby. (And as with most other privileges, I just squander it by not going regularly.) And so the logistics on how certain special exhibitions with art works from all over the world happen are pretty fascinating to me: How to move a masterpiece: the secret business of shipping priceless artworks

Click. Paperclip. Click Click Click, more paperclips. Remember Universal Paperclips? Well: The Unexpected Philosophical Depths of the Clicker Game Universal Paperclips is a very neat article with a lot of background information. Including the awesome fact that someone is working on a movie script based on the game.

Last but not least: The case for being grumpy at work


And here are a few older ones:


As Far From Civilization As Possible

Let's get drunk together.

Written by dominik on March 25, 2019.


Fish Zapping

A lot of stuff under water. And a big explosion.

Written by dominik on March 18, 2019.


Two Identical Puffs

Existential dread.

Written by dominik on March 11, 2019.


A Thief And A Skier

Typos everywhere.

Written by dominik on March 4, 2019.



IoT, influencers, Survivor and a killer chicken.

Written by dominik on February 25, 2019.


Mirrorworld 26000

The future. Even more of the future. And email newsletters.

Written by dominik on February 18, 2019.


No More People

Can't wait.

Written by dominik on February 11, 2019.


Ghost Town

The cool kids and the horses

Written by dominik on February 4, 2019.



Lifejournal, the desert and tea

Written by dominik on January 28, 2019.