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‘It’s Nice That’ wrote about our ‘Tweet History Book’ project

After all our hard work its nice to see that people pick it up. It’s Nice That contacted us asking if they could write an article about our practice and our second project. Of course we were very happy to answer their questions.

A Tweet History affords us a space, away from the “unintelligible soup of triviality” that is the online world, for self reflection and revision. It serves as an important reminder of the impact of our digital activity, not to mention its existence in the first place. It provides people with a tool through which they can archive not just their comments and opinions, but their previous selves – something they can come back to later to acknowledge just how right – or terribly wrong – they were. “We feel that people are unaware of how important their online content can be, particularly to themselves,” says Jaap. “It is interesting to imagine what would happen if tomorrow all of it is gone. Some things are deserving of being preserved.”

Read the full article here

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Official launch!

We are happy to announce the official launch event of Odd Publications. It has been a year and a half of intense work and we are eager to unveil our website and our business model overall!

In this event we will share with you our philosophy and goals, showcase our first set of books, and give a sneak-preview of an upcoming project, in the form of an installation. In addition, you as a guest automatically become part of a special raffle where you can become the proud owner of a very limited edition Twitter book; in fact the one and only of its kind. We will explain why that is during the event.

We hope you can join us and celebrate this wonderful moment with us. First 2 drinks are on the house!

19:30 – 20:00 — Entry (+ free lottery entry)
20:00 – 20:15 — Speech
20:15 – 20:30 — ODD Publications official opening
20:30 – 21:00 — Lottery result & Launch of the Twitter book
21:00 – 23:00 — Drinks and music

See you the 22nd of May!

The Grey Space in The Middle
Paviljoensgracht 20, 2512
Den Haag