Anything, Anywhere, All in Time
Life is full of cycles. The days; the seasons; the years. These cycles give life rhythm—a cadence. It seems like everything is desperate for our attention. We open our phones quickly, only to get sucked into swiping endlessly.
Kawara lets you follow anything, anywhere, on your own time. From once every few days, to every few months. Instead of updating endlessly, it provides you with a daily collection, and doesn’t update again until tomorrow.
Never Forget a Good Mix
You’ve favorited a tune or saved a mix, but there’s new music released all the time. Drop it in Kawara to remember later; because there’s more to life than reverting back to Drake.
Finesse Your Social Media Habits
Some people post. A LOT. Not naming names. We want to stay in the loop, but on our own time. Don’t “delete your account”, k? Just use it more wisely. Also, who else is tired of all the ads in your feed? Yeah.
Remember What Inspires You
How many times have you saved something to reference later, but never actually revisit it? Level up your digital hoarding habit by reminding future you of what’s exciting now.
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This list is nothing more than a random collection of things I’ve recently added to Kawara. One thing they all have in common is how they get drowned out by other things.
Kawara + Are.na
Generating context around what inspires you is a process greatly enhanced by the right tools. Kawara compliments Are.na by helping to introduce a cadence to your process, and improve on the habits you have with what inspires you.
A Mix of Rhythm
When describing time it’s useful to use musical metaphors. In anticipation of Kawara’s release, here is a mix highlighting contemporary percussion and tracks encapsulating the overlap.
The Start of Another Decade
Somehow it’s not only the beginning of the new year, but also a new decade. Life is full of these cycles. The days, the seasons, the years themselves. Longer cycles tend to prompt reflection, and with each new year we look to the past, often in search of some insight about the future.