Have been away once again. This time because of physical moments. Seasons changing does some interesting, yet humbling, things to our sense of time and energy. At times, we can navigate feeling the best of all the energies the sun has to offer. And then there are those longer, colder winters — where it’s more about perseverance than much else. It’s shaping up to be an interesting end to the year. And time taken from regular affairs to attend to our bodies could make for a more impressive finish.
Does that also mean this week’s reads landed in a sense of wellness? Perhaps. Here they are for you to explore:
- Data Changes Everything: How Data Visualization Design and Interface Design are Different
- Catapult | Catapult | Are We Ever Disabled ‘Enough’ When You Don’t See Our Disabilities? — s.e. smith
- Google Acquires Fitbit: What it actually means to wearables and the industry — DC Rainmaker
- Student in Peru makes history by writing thesis in the Incas’ language — The Guardian
- Three Prison Inmates Beat Harvard in a Debate. Here’s What Happened Next. — WSJ
No pieces this week from this end. Cadence returns along w/health. Here are some former pieces to chew upon until the next:
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