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New Escapologist May 27
A Soupy Twist:
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💧 McKinley Valentine May 12
Henry David Thoreau. It is such a simple thing to imagine, but also entirely revolutionary.
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New Escapologist May 10
Replying to @NewEscapologist
Down with private car ownership. Cars spoil everything.
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New Escapologist May 10
The transport hierarchy. Worth explaining to people who think you're weird/extreme for having no car or even a bike and don't use Uber. is king! (Snipped from "Connecting Glasgow: creating an inclusive thriving and liveable city." )
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New Escapologist May 9
Wow! This guy, , is running for President on a () platform. Listen to him on this podcast. Imagine if he were the one to take down Trump; reason and logic over fear and basic instinct.
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Robert Wringham May 6
Some top-drawer illustration and design by for m'latest column. Thanks Alice! (No sooner had I crowed in this column about a period of great health did I get immediately, hilariously sick. ).
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New Escapologist Apr 26
“My resignation was quickly written out but not so easily accepted.”:
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New Escapologist Apr 11
There's a special offer email coming to people on the New Escapologist mailing list. Cheap, beautiful books up for grabs! Do check your spam folder, especially if you're a gmail user. Or, go directly to the message here:
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New Escapologist Apr 4
TH's newsletter today convincingly likens to the Reformation (giving pause as to how far into the future this disastrous and sudden severing of ties could actually reach):
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New Escapologist Apr 3
"the four-day week is more than just an innovative business idea ... It should be seen as a fundamental aim of our economy, one that would directly address a range social justice issues including persistent economic and gender inequality."
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New Escapologist Mar 26
Rise Above the Noise:
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New Escapologist Mar 23
Letter to the Editor: a major flaw in your argument:
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New Escapologist Mar 22
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New Escapologist Mar 14
"We seriously underestimated the savings." The DISTORTED version of Monbiot's window-knocking story in this post is a bit naughty but clearly on-side. And the letters beneath the article abound with happy case studies of going car-free. Good stuff:
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New Escapologist Mar 7
"Yes, the car is still useful – for a few people it’s essential. It would make a good servant. But it has become our master, and it spoils everything it touches." EXCELLENT article from . Let's scrap the car once and for all.
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New Escapologist Mar 6
Replying to @jessicamcmul
So true!
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New Escapologist Mar 6
Replying to @jessicamcmul
It’s a thing sadly missing from most modern jobs. Bumper-to-bumper tasks and meetings is business-as-usual to so many people, even if it’s all in service to something utterly pointless.
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Jessica Mar 5
‘When you enjoy something time is a disconnect’ I think this also applies to one of the best things about doing a PhD and just having space to think
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Matthew De Abaitua Mar 5
The term “social media” no longer applies. I suggest “elective surveillance and coercive anxiety platform” or ESCAP. It’s looks like an escape but it is not.
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Robert Wringham Mar 5
Rather gorgeous train-themed artwork by to go with m’latest column. The theme of this edition is the madness of commuting.
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