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Commonplace Reading - Issue #5

Late again. A long drive back from a client's offices on Friday night prevented the newsletter going
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Commonplace Reading - Issue #5
By Adam Tinworth • Issue #5 • View online
Late again. A long drive back from a client’s offices on Friday night prevented the newsletter going out Saturday morning, so this is now your virtual version of the Sunday Times, without the danger that dropping it will kill small mammals. 

Journalism & Publishing
Creating space to experiment is key for transition from print to digital-only
Breaking news, not breaking people: News organisations need to cooperate on vicarious trauma
Life on the Interwebs
Too many people have peed in the pool
Closing the doors
Why is Leslie Nielsen STILL dead?
Yes, there's really a Hearthstone dating show debuting on Twitch tonight
Tech
The Most Important Apple Executive You’ve Never Heard Of
The Playboy Centerfold That Revolutionized Image-Processing Research
Life for good and ill
Will Wiles on the backlash against clutter and the consumer design market
Blonde vs Brunette: Tinder experiment shows which one men prefer
Fin
Basically, I’m in marking hell right now. And as soon as I emerge, this will get back on schedule. 
But I hope you enjoyed it anyway…
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