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Commonplace Reading - Issue #17

Hello, again. It's been a few months since I got one of these out. Well, in all honesty, this is the
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Commonplace Reading - Issue #17
By Adam Tinworth • Issue #17 • View online
Hello, again. It’s been a few months since I got one of these out.
Well, in all honesty, this is the first issue this year. But I’m trying to get back into the rhythm of blogging and news letting writing for reasons outlined in this post
I’ve got quite a bit on my mind, which I’ll explore in coming newsletters, but much of it revolves around the idea that we’re letting digital determine what we do, rather than actively shaping what digital becomes. We need to be more active architects of our own future  — and you folks, by signing up to a curated newsletter like this are the sorts of people who might be able to do just that.
So, like I said, “Hello again”. 
Have some links:

The Journo Business
Is Trump Trolling the White House Press Corps?
How do you succeed with subscriptions? We asked Amedia's Pål Nedregotten
We need a conversation about the ethics of digital doorstepping
Digital transition
Amazon adds live TV channels to Prime Video
Did Disney Ruin Pixar?
In Wreckage of the Fyre Festival, Fury, Lawsuits and an Inquiry
Good Readin'
Apple’s New Campus: An Exclusive Look Inside the Mothership
Male Affection: A Photographic History Tour
The Curse of Being Labeled a Star
Subscribe: Our Man Inside
And that’s it for this issue. If you’ve enjoyed it, then please forward it on to someone who you think would appreciate it!
Until next time (which will hopefully be less than 5 months away….)
Adam
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