Issue 4: Work & Play

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In this issue, we’re covering a variety of topics, from freemium gamers and Fitbit philosophy, from happy jobs and to Las Vegas tragedies. We interview best-selling time-researcher (and working mother) Brigid Schulte, as well as Nigerian theologian of play, Nimi Wariboko. There’s an essay on the real meaning of sabbath, and a self-improvement sermon against self-improvement. We also have two new works from the matchless poet Mark Jarman. In all of this, a common thread remains: one that marks out workweek from weekend, the world of demand from the world of freedom. Along this boundary lies much the world’s troubles, but also its hope, for a little bit of thought, and a lot bit of tomfoolery. Find out more here.

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Description

In this issue, we’re covering a variety of topics, from freemium gamers and Fitbit philosophy, from happy jobs and to Las Vegas tragedies. We interview best-selling time-researcher (and working mother) Brigid Schulte, as well as Nigerian theologian of play, Nimi Wariboko. There’s an essay on the real meaning of sabbath, and a self-improvement sermon against self-improvement. We also have two new works from the matchless poet Mark Jarman. In all of this, a common thread remains: one that marks out workweek from weekend, the world of demand from the world of freedom. Along this boundary lies much the world’s troubles, but also its hope, for a little bit of thought, and a lot bit of tomfoolery. Find out more here.

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