Slow Media is a blog with a manifesto. I like manifestos.
In this manifesto, it advocates the aesthetic of Slow, “as in ‘Slow Food’ and not as in ‘Slow Down’.” It suggests that the coming decade will show a rise in demand for the well-considered, timeless, and progressive, rather than the improvised, ephemeral, and reactionary. I’d like to think they’re right.
“Slow Media are welcoming and hospitable. They like to share.” I could get into this Slow Media idea, I think.
[via The Casual Optimist]