A weekly-ish email to my internet friends

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

Read the latest issue:


Two Identical Puffs

Existential dread.

Written by dominik on March 11, 2019.

Hello internet friends,

have you ever been so generic that you saw a stock photo and thought it was you?

“Dominik, this could be something for your newsletter!” That wasn’t a wrong assumption at all.
Stone Age Cave Symbols May All Be Part of a Single Prehistoric Proto-Writing System – fascinating. Even more fascinating that we’re slowly moving back to that system these days. 🥳

This is very much my kind of humor: I commissioned an oil painting of Barbra Streisand’s cloned dogs
Just look at it.

I’ll share a secret with you – I, too, forget most of the articles I mention here in my emails. I do hope that every one of them is of interest to some of you, but like so many things most of these links are ephemeral, interesting for a moment, gone the next.
But some of them stay in my mind, often just under the surface and just once in a while they poke their head out to ask: “Hey, remember me?” And one of them is this pretty incredible story: I fell in love with a female assassin
That article is eleven years old now, did anyone of you ever watch the “major Hollywood film” that they wanted to make out of the story?


And here are a few older ones:


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.



Fart jokes are sometimes funny.

Written by dominik on January 21, 2019.


Still chirpin’

A map of weirdness.

Written by dominik on January 14, 2019.


It’s Cold Out There

A cable guy, a hitman and a curler walk into a bar.

Written by dominik on January 7, 2019.