Tuesday, November 29, 2022

29: Ukraine

the term “shallows.” That’s why some of my colleagues in Norway even talk about the “shallowing hypothesis.” Many, many of us have, if you will, regressed to that earliest form of reading, in which we are barely skimming the surface of what we read, barely consolidating it in memory, and we are, in fact, reading less of what is there as a result. ........ the states you can achieve while reading. .

Why Are Lots of Kids Likely to Be Sick This Holiday Season? .

Beijing Is Tackling Its Air Pollution Problem. Why Can’t New Delhi? The return of smog season in India’s capital has again left residents asking why nothing has changed. The answer may be largely political.

Elon Musk Takes On Apple’s Power, Setting Up a Clash In a series of tweets on Monday, Mr. Musk accused Apple of threatening to pull Twitter from its App Store and of trying to censor.

A Sikh Temple Combats Loneliness With Chai and Laughter A village in northern India has found a way to address a growing global issue: a deep sense of isolation among older people.

There Are No Lone Wolves .

How a Faction of the Republican Party Enables Political Violence .

100 Notable Books of 2022 .

The Opposite of Schadenfreude Is Freudenfreude. Here’s How to Cultivate It. The joy we derive from others’ success comes with many benefits.

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