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August 2018

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half the Dominican government's revenue comes from selling passports - Economist
there are downsides to English "swallowing the globe" - Guardian
no deal plans show how Brexit "results in us losing all control and will drown businesses in red tape" - Politics
the evolution of bat echolocation - KoryosWrites
how schools abuse progress metrics: P8 and the European Computer Driving Licence - Medium
a personal view of school segregation in New York - NYT
the only way driverless cars will work is if we ban walking and cycling - Bloomberg
Ada Lovelace was a real programmer - there were bugs in her code - TwoBitHistory
Sydney is facing steadily increasing bushfire risk - Guardian
cars on the decline in Manchester property development - BisNow
a music-first primary school - Guardian
Australia tries to legislate around encryption - MarkNottingham
writing and literacy in ancient Mesopotamia - Cuneiform [my review]
ocean chemistry in its broadest context - The Oceans: A Deep History [my review]
Barcelona leads the way with municipalist politics - NYer
André Gorz: private cars are like private beaches - UnevenEarth [via @Urban_Turbo]
outsourcing local government: the poor bear the brunt of ideological experiments - Guardian
in praise of a prosaic curriculum - PrimaryTimery [via @MrEFinch]
give your children the gift of boredom - Guardian
some comments on the Gilligan report on cycling in Oxford - OxfordBlog
yes, Norway is expensive - OxfordBlog
why frictionless trade matters for the UK - IFG
don't eat raw centipedes, you might get rat lungworm disease - ScienceNews [via @gringene_bio]
reconstructing ancient Greek music - Conversation

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