My Facebook and Twitter feeds during late-June and early-July very rarely mentioned anything apart from the Greek Referendum. As if it was meant to decide not only the future of the Greeks but also the future of everyone else’s hope. Everyone that has ever lived under austerity.
I knew I wanted to read something that reflected my experience of the internet in the days/weeks prior to the event and something that – in the busy and distracting www – had captivated me enough to read it top to bottom more than once without checking new notifications on social media or wandering off on google searches and exploring hyperlinks found throughout;
Dan Rebellato’s blog “Enter the Greeks” did that.
Read by Andre Neely