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Commonplace Reading - Issue #10

Good morning. For the Brits, here's some reading to keep you intellectually fulfilled through the Ban
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Commonplace Reading - Issue #10
By Adam Tinworth • Issue #10 • View online
Good morning. For the Brits, here’s some reading to keep you intellectually fulfilled through the Bank Holiday Monday. For the rest of the world: here’s something useful you can do over coffee that isn’t quite work, but probably counts. 
We start with sex and babies - because sex-related links always get the most clicks, you dirty bunch. But there’s more serious - or at least less salacious - stuff after that. Honest. 

Scenes from the culture wars
Life after the Ashley Madison affair
Why Are Powerful Women Icons Always Wearing High Heels?
The Horror Of The “Me-ternity Leave”
A Better You
Looking back on your past can make you less likely to suffer depression in the future
Why So Many Smart People Aren’t Happy - The Atlantic
The Worst Human Addiction and 3 Steps to Get Clean
Other Lives
Life in the remote villages of the Faroe Islands
Beautiful color photographs of 1920s England
Meet your digital ego
It’s me, your digital ego
Big skies on Shoreham Beach
Big skies on Shoreham Beach
And here ends the rather mellow set of reading for this week. I’m trying to enjoy a relaxed and low-to-no work Bank Holiday weekend for once, and spend the time with the family rather than blogging, writing or triaging e-mail. And so far I’m succeeding:
Team Tinworth Adventures
Team Tinworth Adventures
Back to the grindstone tomorrow…
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