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Engaged Reading Time - Issue #45

Hello, all. Hope you’re enjoying some time off in August. Here’s a miscellany of links to keep you en
Engaged Reading Time
Engaged Reading Time - Issue #45
By Adam Tinworth • Issue #45 • View online
Hello, all.
Hope you’re enjoying some time off in August. Here’s a miscellany of links to keep you entertained this rainy weekend.
(If it *is* rainy where you are. It is where I am. But I hate to assume…)

Apple Transforms Central Park Into an Augmented Reality Gallery
Being open-minded literally changes the way you see the world
REDEF ORIGINAL: The Absurdities of 'Franchise Fatigue' & 'Sequelitis' (Or, What Is Happening to the Box Office?!)
Buying Coffee Won’t Make You Poor
Angry old internet man yells at digital clouds
The Internet that wasn’t
20 Years of Blogging: What I’ve Learned
What Was Instagram Like at the Start?
Good and bad
Photographers, Instagrammers - Stop Being So Damn Selfish and Disrespectful
Engaged watching time
Lovely short documentary from the NYT. The internet is the perfect place for these short stories - which work so much better at a tight 10 minutes than a whole half hour.
Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings? We Found Them.
Where Are All the Bob Ross Paintings? We Found Them.
Cool Cosplay
That Star Trek fandom, of all groups, would have a problem with this cosplay is a real indictment of how bad the culture wars have got.
I think it’s awesome.
Blair Imani
Some people didn’t like my hijab being added to a Star Fleet uniform. Luckily TRUE FANS of @StarTrek know that diversity is KEY to Roddenberry’s vision. Thank you to everyone defending me against the trolls. Lots of love 💕 https://t.co/bwVgap6CfO
1:01 AM - 22 Jul 2019
Nostalgia chaser
Nostalgia chas
Opening Day at Disneyland: Photos From 1955
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