After a couple of years of just letting Twitter dump schwack into it, only human-considered and hand-written articles will be once again posted into this thing. It’s good to be back to something that is only rarely considered nowadays amidst all the cross-posted, scheduled, or otherwise automated tools. Perhaps, one day our children will revert to elegant writing instruments, using fragile and exotic, though planet-friendly, papers made of the finest print-making polymers, translated through some unheard-of digital medium that will reflect both a time when things took time, a time when people had to wait for something good, and a time when things were instant, all wrapped into a new time. Their time. A time where craft and technology truly find the best in each other.