Link List #49: The Minecraft children lost in the digitalverse, death by selfie, and Monica Lewinsky on public shaming


With warmer weather arriving you’ve got less time to spend trawling the internet so we’ve gathered together the stories that might’ve slipped past you. Including an A-Z of teen films, a vault of the world’s rarest pigments, and an independent magazine start-up guide, these links will provide your internet fix so you can get back outside.

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FvF Cooks: The yogi punk bringing her own blend of community and non-conformity to Kreuzberg


There was a decidedly virtuous feeling among the FvF team after a visit from New Deli Yoga’s Maria Koimtzoglou. Perhaps it was the pre-breakfast yoga session, or the delicious vegetarian feast modeled on the menu served at her cafe, but it’s safe to say she brought a little slice of her laid-back life philosophy with her to the FvF Apartment.

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Link List #48: Award-winning photography, notes on a scandal, and gender balance in tech


Bringing you our favorite online stories from the past week. We discover the best in photography, read revelations in the wake of a scandal, and question gender balance in tech. It’s all here.

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Link List #47: Polish milk bars, Cuban musicians and Berlin on screen


Once again, we’ve done the browsing so you don’t have to and compiled a summary of our favorite online stories from the past week. Berlin on film, ideas that are changing the world, and emerging musical talent from Cuba—they’re all available to browse and share. Enjoy!

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FvF Cooks: Sicilian chef Fabio Adesso on the traces of travel in his crowd-pleasing desserts


Outside a tiny hole-in-the-wall espresso bar in Mitte, Berlin, a memorable sign announces, ‘Probably the best coffee on the street.’

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