For one reason or another, felt like waiting until the end of the day to share what has been impactful in reading. Impact is noticed when it happens, but the ripples are what we really respond to. Sometimes those ripples are positive effects (wisdom, understanding, or realization of a kind of humility, etc.). Other times, those ripples are an indication there was actually something a bit more perilous on the horizon (the tidal wave after an earthquake for instance). In any respect, impacts happen and then we recognize we have to move differently. This week, the reads which have stuck out relate an impact maybe felt immediately or later, but they will be felt.
- The Unsettling Ways Tech Is Changing Your Personal Reality
- How the heart became the centre of the Apple Watch | The Independent
- Cars All but Banned on One of Manhattan’s Busiest Streets — The New York Times
- A Sunday Conversation with John Forester —Peter Flax, Medium
- Overlooked No More: Karen Sparck Jones, Who Established the Basis for Search Engines — The New York Times
And a few from here:
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