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Engaged Reading Time - Issue #84

Engaged Reading Time
Hello, there,
It’s summer holiday time in the northern hemisphere, and for the first time in a couple of years, I’ve actually been on holiday. We’ve been camping in a coastal valley with no WiFi and the merest sniff of 3G connection (if you climb part the way up a hill, and balance on a gate).
It was bliss.
I’ve been reading actual books and magazines while I’ve been away. And it felt good. A much-needed reminder of how stressful our always-on, constant distraction culture is.
But I’m back, and catching up on what I missed while I was away (and before I went away, if I’m honest). Here’s a first selection of things I found interesting.
I hope you will, too.

Climate Crisis
Monks Wood Wilderness: 60 years ago, scientists let a farm field rewild – here's what happened
This is an award-winning short film. Just watch it. You'll see why.
This is an award-winning short film. Just watch it. You'll see why.
Post-pandemic working
Do Chance Meetings at the Office Boost Innovation? There’s No Evidence of It.
What if Remote Work Didn’t Mean Working from Home?
Children's Culture
Classic Disney Princess Trope Isn't Damaging to Children, Study Finds
Peppa Pig, a Pandemic Favorite, Has American Children Acting British
Twitter Social Distancing
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