Digital Future has NFTs for sale!
New Frickin' Titles... of books! For sale! - Vol. 27
Dusk Market was a great success! It was a pleasure to talk with so many new faces and spread Digital Future Magazine’s gospel. We appreciate all the organizers and friends that showed up to support us. We have the online Phoenix Zine Fest this weekend and one market *hopefully* in December. Check us out!
I was able to write and publish a physical newsletter for November that was available IRL, but if you would like to read it, please send me an email or dm, and I will send you the PDFs.
We have made all our new titles and merchandise available for purchase online!
We're still looking for contributors, so please get in touch with us if you'd like to pitch us an idea!
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And Just Like That… Carrie’s Back! vogue
My favorite culture writer profiled SJP for Vogue.
How Does a Hardcore Band Evolve? gq
Love or hate Turnstile, I don’t care. Sometimes interesting, sometimes not, there are arguments to be made about Turnstile’s music, but there is one thing that isn’t changing, and that’s Sam Reiss’ literary talent which is my only draw to this piece that I wouldn’t have read otherwise.
What Vivian Maier Saw In Color newyorker
A new way to bypass any paywalls ig
This new tool has been an effective tool to get past paywalls, but it looks like some sites have caught on… sad.
Dinosaur Jr. - Thumb (MTVs 120 Minutes) yt
I return to this for comfort quite often.
Scheme Newsletter Issue 12 substack
If Digital Future was only producing hardcore related content I would want it to look and sound like Scheme. I need to get that tee ASAP.
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The best tweet I’ve ever seen
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Here are some things I'm watching on eBay
If you have any magazines you'd like to sell, I'm buyin’. I'm specifically interested in anything printed before the 90s. Send me an email or DM me on Instagram.
The Gynoids by Hajime Sorayama
Issues Today Magazine - November 1970 ‘Youth Culture’
Racunari - July/August 1990
A computer magazine from Yugoslavia that lastest through the war. Known not for its exciting or profound content but its use of beautiful women on each cover.
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That’s it for this week! Peace and love.