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The Data Drive: A Paper Internet From an Alternate Universe

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Many artists and scientists have considered printing the Internet on the requisite 136 billion pieces of standard (8″x11″) paper — few have tried. Still fewer have fed such sheets of paper into a printer, printed out the world’s most famous websites, cut them up, resized and reassembled them with original content before scanning the product back into a computer and posting it online. As far as we know, in fact, only a person named Daniel Kolitz has attempted to create a robustly microcosmic, hyperlinked Internet out of scanned cutouts.
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‘Digging for Fire’ and Taylor Swift’s Approval: Links You Need to See

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Drinking Buddies director Joe Swanberg — whose forte is slice-of-life filmmaking — has a new film which Flavorwire Film Editor Jason Bailey deemed “a series of keenly observed moments that defy your typical (read: dull) three-act conventions in favor of something messier and, frankly, more interesting” and Variety describes as “a lovely slice of everything and nothing.
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