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Posted on July 7, 2017

Navireads is a weekly digest of some of the best stories we found on the web. Here’s what we were reading the week of July 7, 2017.

The Many Upsides Of A Happy Workforce ~ Research shows most of us aren’t really happy to be at work – but there’s a burgeoning new niche of consultants offering to inject some joy into the office | BBC

Building A Stronger Workforce: Asking Your Team To Dream Beyond Their Jobs | Forbes

These Are The Employee Perks And Benefits We’d All Love To Have | Global News

Canadian Companies Are Global Leaders Of The Digital Workplace ~ Yet 80% do not have a cohesive mobile-working strategy in place | Financial Post

How Trump Made Justin Trudeau A Global Superstar ~ After one year, Canada’s charismatic young prime minister was struggling. Then Trump was elected | Politico

Twisted Tracks: Watch Metro Maps Transform To Real-Life Geography ~ Transport maps distort a city’s true geography to strike a balance between readability and design. Scroll down to see how six metro maps compare to the real picture on the ground | The Guardian

For Some Millennials, Minimalism Is The Path To Happiness | The Globe and Mail

Audiobook Anxiety And What Constitutes ‘Real’ Reading ~ Romanticizing the printed word ignores all of the other benefits storytelling can offer | The Walrus

Newly Discovered Photo Suggests Amelia Earhart Survived Plane Crash ~ Researchers believe the famed pilot may have been captured by the Japanese | Huffington Post

‘Zombies’ Descend On Hamburg For G20 Protest | CNN

Shakespeare’s Politics ~ We know little of his political opinions, but there’s much we can learn of them from the recurrent themes of his works | The American Interest

Montreal Weather: Summers Will Be Hot As The Equator By 2100, Study Suggests | Montreal Gazette

30 Signs You Grew Up In Toronto In The 1990s | BlogTO

Your Hatred Of Fidget Spinners Is Righteous And Good  | National Post

Giant Duck Gives Toronto’s Waterfront A Boost ~ The Redpath Waterfront Festival broke its three-day attendance record and they’re thanking the duck| Toronto Star

Cryptocurrencies: Coming To A Quote Screen Near You | Forbes

Apple Is Making Samsung Rich | Business Insider


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