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Shapes of Reading

Liked Shapes of readers; shapes of reading ⁂ Antilibraries Analects ⁂ (buttondown.email)

Prioritizing depth: reading everything there is to read in a focused niche (but: may lack context and variety). Prioritizing breadth: reading widely across many areas (but: may stay on the surface).

A common way to balance the two is what I’ve seen called a “T-shaped” approach.

This is a fun thing to consider when I do my next annual reading reflection.

By Tracy Durnell

Writer and designer in the Seattle area. Freelance sustainability consultant. Reach me at tracy.durnell@gmail.com. She/her.

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