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Dramatic Dip in eBook Sales

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This article in the Guardian suggests a dramatic dip in ebook sales. This is perhaps an example of how people are beginning to value the tactile and embodied feel of real world ‘analogue’ objects over the disembodied feel of digital technology.  https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/apr/27/how-ebooks-lost-their-shine-kindles-look-clunky-unhip-

But what works?

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ZINC has posted this video. In the interest of adding as many perspectives as possible, watch this video: It does not ring entirely true, but may be that is not the point. Perhaps the message is more about reminding us to think about what works…

Through Young Eyes

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A touring exhibition has been in Nailsworth and Stroud (hometown of Crossfields Institute) this last week showing artwork created by young people in Gaza in response to the conflict of 2014, which brought destruction, death and displacement to their homes and families: https://medium.com/art-and-photography-in-development/gaza-on-gaza-through-young-eyes-66b7b4914a60#.fmc9gx5ii . A…

From Effectiveness to Faithfulness

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The Center for Courage and Renewal in the United States www.couragerenewal.org. seeks to create a more just, compassionate and healthy world by nurturing personal and professional integrity and the courage to act on it. There is a lot in common between the work of the…