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What ordinary, everyday joy will you savour today?

You probably won’t remember much of today. Not unless something different or big or extraordinary happens. And you know what, that’s okay. That’s how the human mind is designed. Even though our brains…

12 Jan 2022 • 5 min read
Perceptive Madness by Nia Lizia Carnelio
Like Manna from Heaven

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27 Jan 2022
Life is a Sacred Text by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg
How to get a job in 2032 (and maybe sooner)

👋 Hello to the 879 Intentional Wisdom subscribers receiving today's newsletter. Wow—knocking on the door of 900—that is pretty cool. Appreciate all of your support as always! What's the over/under on…

27 Jan 2022 • 9 min read
Intentional Wisdom by Greg Campion
Reviewing My 2021 Apple Music Replay; 30-21

As the number gets smaller, the hits get bigger. 30. Life Goes On by Oliver Tree I started very lightly listening to Oliver Tree in 2020, but in 2021 found Life Goes On and I was just hooked. It’s such…

25 Jan 2022 • 2 min read
Articles from the Office by Andrew Diaz
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Power vs. Force

After posting the Letting Go … and Starting Anew Series Redux, I took my own advice and reflected on my work path forward for 2022. One was to acknowledge that we all still receive way too many emails…

24 Jan 2022 • 8 min read
The Integrity Habit by Suzanne Matthiessen
Do Not Read Until 2032

If someone told you in 2012, that self driven Robo Taxi’s would be roaming on the streets of Arizona, United States in 2022, you would have either labelled them a fool or a sci-fi nerd. To put things into…

23 Jan 2022 • 9 min read
Invest Karo India by Invest Karo India
Links for 2022-01-22

New Filter Doubles Nuclear Fuel Extractable from Seawater -> It pulls uranium out at record rates—but real-world tests are still to come [the future of nuclearpower is fully renewable] https://spectrum…

22 Jan 2022 • 1 min read
Axis of Ordinary by Alexander Kruel
Decoding the 'Phonics Only' claim

As has been pointed out to me over the last few days, I am a senior maths and physics teacher who has never taught reading. Perhaps this is the cause of a bias in how I interpret arguments about phonics…

22 Jan 2022 • 3 min read
Filling The Pail by Greg Ashman
Macron partage les emmerdes, jamais les bénéfices !

Comme écrivait Michel Audiard : "dans la vie, on partage la merde -jamais le pognon- personne..." (Jean-Paul Belmondo : 100 000 dollars au soleil). De la même façon, on le sait : la belle vie dorée sur…

21 Jan 2022
Lettre politique de Brigitte Pascall by Brigitte Bouzonnie
Numlock News: January 21, 2022 • Airline Seats, Icebergs, Snail Noodles

By Walt Hickey Have a great weekend! Bets A new survey found how ready many Americans are for sports betting, with 31 percent of respondents aged 35 to 44 saying they bet on sports at least monthly, slightly…

21 Jan 2022 • 4 min read
Numlock News by Walt Hickey
The Daily Agenda: He couldn't duck the filibuster forever

After spending his entire (albeit short) political career ducking, dodging and dancing around questions about the filibuster, Arizona U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly announced yesterday that he would support a one…

20 Jan 2022 • 7 min read
Arizona Agenda by Hank Stephenson and Rachel Leingang
This guy took video of Switzerland, labeled it "Gastonia," and got 5.6 million TikTok views

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20 Jan 2022 • 6 min read
North Carolina Rabbit Hole by Jeremy Markovich
Is Old Music Killing New Music?

I had a hunch that old songs were taking over music streaming platforms—but even I was shocked when I saw the most recent numbers. According to MRC Data, old songs now represent 70% of the US music market…

19 Jan 2022 • 11 min read
The Honest Broker by Ted Gioia
Ben Roethlisberger Was The Monkey's Paw Franchise QB

The first time I saw Ben Roethlisberger take a regular season snap for the Pittsburgh Steelers, I was in a hospital room visiting my grandmother recovering from a stroke. My mom was there that Sunday afternoon…

18 Jan 2022 • 8 min read
The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Shelter by Mike Tunison