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Babak Fakhamzadeh

Traveling. Like a boss. at Baba's projects

São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil

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  1. Babak Fakhamzadeh added an article Dérive app, a mobile app for exploring an urban environment, now on iOS
  2. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on Authentic outsiders? Welcome to the age of the 'post-tourist'
    @hitriddle Hey there. It seems I don't get an email if I don't check my notifications here on the site :( I'm not really the right person to ask; I am one of the two people behind Dérive app. :…
  3. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on Authentic outsiders? Welcome to the age of the 'post-tourist'
    Well well. Hello Derive app and Kompl.
  4. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on Karun: Misadventures On Iran's Longest River [private screening]
    Enjoyable!
  5. Babak Fakhamzadeh added an article Help us test a city discovery app that *obfuscates* information
  6. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on The World's Least Accessible Landmarks (& How to See Them)
    All places in that list are visited by millions of people each year. (Well, Machu Picchu by perhaps half a million.) That doesn't seem like they are 'least accessible'.
  7. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @Renegade_Image Very nice.
  8. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @ElaineAxten Feather merchants! That's quite... unique.
  9. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @amyggalexander Yes. The origin of glitch art lies with corrupted image files in 8-bit computer systems, dating back to the 1980s. In case anyone is interested, I create 'glitchie' selfies: https://w…
  10. Babak Fakhamzadeh added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @gwenmccauley From Wikipedia: "Psychogeography is an approach to geography that emphasizes playfulness and "drifting" around urban environments." So, the answer to your question is 'no'. And, this mak…