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Issue #354: supporter edition

Hi reader,
This week I have the following for you: an article that discusses creativity, FOMO, and whether deciding not to reply to email is a 'radical' act; a microcast that considers a question from Tim Stahmer about privacy and the rights of children; and a roundup of links that includes great articles on social media, free will, and automation.
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If you change nothing, nothing will change

On consuming less, creating more, and traversing the gap in between.
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Microcast #073 - Privacy and presence

Friday fermentations

Fermented vegetables
I boiled the internet and this was what remained.
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Until next week,
PS You can read what I've been up to this week in Weeknote 37/2019
Doug Belshaw
Dr. Doug Belshaw is an Open Educational Thinkerer, currently working with Moodle and We Are Open Co-op to improve our world.

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Some say he's autonomous. Others say he's ponderous. No-one thinks he's malodorous.
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