Memories of salty sands

By Marisa Baars

The way we practice our hobbies is vastly different than we used to, and really, it’s not surprising. The books we used to hold and crease in our hands are now replaced by a single e-reader, magazines have switched over to digital tabloids, and music is just a tap away. It’s all too easy, too forgetable… too digital. Technology evolves, and so do we. But the way we’re heading in is turning into a timeline where nothing gets preserved into a physical medium. Eventually, people will lose the ownership of the media they love and cherish. So what do we do about it? We step up to love it properly. Let it be felt, seen, heard. All of it.