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Tired of the everyday grind? We offer you escape! An unusual magazine edited by .
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New Escapologist Sep 17
Millennials Throw in the Towel:
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New Escapologist Sep 15
Almost Nearly Perfect:
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Urban Tolerance Sep 13
I've Escaped. I've just got to avoid getting caught again.
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Robert Wringham Aug 28
“The film industry wants you excited for dinner before you’ve even had breakfast.” m’latest column kicks back and resists The Hot New Thing.
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Four Pillar Freedom Aug 24
Working One Day a Week Can Be Worth $100,000
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New Escapologist Aug 18
An Escapologist’s Diary: Part 53. Copenhagen.:
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Apala Chowdhury Aug 18
I’d love to share a ‘work pod’ w/ , but fear neither of us wld get any work done.May just have to wear a stick-on king tut beard in spirit
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New Escapologist Aug 1
Escape and Personal Responsibility:
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New Escapologist Jul 20
Big Willy’s Style:
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Robert Wringham Jul 9
m'latest column is about WORKPLACE BOREDOM, the silent killer. The rest of the mag is excellent and has stuff from Adam Curtis and Ali Smith - but only my column features the Fat Controller.
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New Escapologist Jul 4
This is good. Could almost be called How to Change Something, How to Actually Make Something Happen, or How to Have Agency.
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New Escapologist Jun 21
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New Escapologist May 25
An Escapologist’s Diary. Part 52: Bank Holiday:
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Landis Blair May 9
Riding the CTA, I am remembering this illustration I did a few years ago for a story in .
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New Escapologist May 2
Replying to @DavidLammy
Thank you. x
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Robert Wringham Apr 28
Lovely artwork accompanying m'latest column. This time, we're looking at escape to the seaside (with a cameo from no less). There's also a nice and funny letter from Lorna Donohoe in the mag about a previous edition of the column. Thanks Lorna.
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New Escapologist Apr 27
I Have Wasted My Life:
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New Escapologist Apr 17
Ray Kurzweil predicts will be commonplace in developed nations in the 2030s. Wee!
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New Escapologist Apr 11
“Facebook is a known behemoth corporate monopoly. It has exposed at least 87 million people’s data, enabled foreign propaganda, and perpetuated discrimination.” It’s probably time to escape Facebook isn’t it?
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New Escapologist Apr 4
Replying to @_toddmc
Phew!
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