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David Nunez

David Nunez

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That New Computer Smell

Computational nostalgia haunts me. I have become the vintage computer, to be sold off at a garage sale.

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Anything but NFTs

Hello friend, Thank you for all the outpouring of kind words for my newsletter last week. It was a huge catharsis to write it, and I was so touched that it seemed helpful to many of my readers. I'm still working through responding to the many of you who sent

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The Grief Multiplier and Gratitude

Thank you for the overwhelming feedback on this essay. I had a couple of good cries while writing it and I'm crying as I read all of your kind words in return. I'm doing my best to write back to every one of your letters. It is truly a gift

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"Happy" New Year? If you say so.

Hello friend, Uhhhmmm… Happy New Year? This week, we watched unprecedented events unfold at the United States Capitol, and as I am writing this, we don’t know how many more twists remain in this Shakespearean drama. I regret my jokes at the end of last year about how “it

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Rapid Output 1

This is an experimental blog post to test what it would be like to free write on my iPhone Someone told me that composing writing on an iPhone is somehow faster than writing using a normal keyboard. Apparently there is something about the thumb typing that is both physically faster

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Patience

There's something about December that sends me into a frenzy of trying to wrap up projects as if I'm trying to make up for not being as productive as I could have been all year. Resolutions are unmet. Projects are incomplete. Life is still in disarray. Obviously, it's all in

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The Show Must Go On(line)

I have a confession. Somewhere in middle of Act II of Hamilton, I think between "The Adams Administration" and "We Know," I fell fast asleep. This was the original cast on Broadway, mind you, and I was sitting in some of the best seats in the house. I was so

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Choose Your Own Adventure

Hello friend, Due to my choices, I died many, many times when I was a child. Luckily, I kept my fingers inside the pages and could always undo my mistakes. My brothers and I grew up with a shared library of Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) books. These non-linear stories

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Bricolage 002

Hello friend, This is another Bricolage episode of the newsletter. From the first Bricolage: I made a plan for weeks like this, where an extended essay on a single theme is a bit out of reach for me. Every once in a while, I will publish a much shorter, skimmable

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Election Day 2020

Hello friend, Today is Election Day in the United States in the middle of a pandemic. Citizens will participate in a presidential election that will be a crucible for the American form of Democracy. Photo by Tiffany Tertipes on Unsplash" loading="lazy" width="2000" height="1333">Photo by Tiffany TertipesPresident