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Railway Maps of the World
Railway Maps of the World

What the evolution of standardized time zones has to do with train travel in Zimbabwe.

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Enchantment: Guy Kawasaki’s Guide to Success
Enchantment: Guy Kawasaki’s Guide to Success

De-fluffing authenticity, or why your cause is your only yellow brick road to success.

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day 3
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day 3

Embracing chaos, 57 things Google knows about you, and how to 3D-print a kidney.

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They Were There: Errol Morris Spotlights Computer Pioneers
They Were There: Errol Morris Spotlights Computer Pioneers

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LoudSauce: Crowdfunded Advertising for Causes
LoudSauce: Crowdfunded Advertising for Causes

What bus shelters have to do with civic engagement and Marshall McLuhan.

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Breaking In: Advice from 100 Advertising Rockstars
Breaking In: Advice from 100 Advertising Rockstars

Phoenix from the ashes of advertising, or what the big idea has to do with collaboration.

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The Art of Immersion: Dissecting the Future of Storytelling
The Art of Immersion: Dissecting the Future of Storytelling

Groping our way into next-gen entertainment, or how the original Star Wars trilogy birthed Lost.

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PICKED: Color Story Parallels, Past vs. Present
PICKED: Color Story Parallels, Past vs. Present

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Brain Pickings Redux 2010
Brain Pickings Redux 2010

A year’s worth of ideas, inspiration and innovation from culture’s collective brain.

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Mad Men: The Illustrated World
Mad Men: The Illustrated World

Tips for the modern metrosexual from the 1960s, or what martinis have to do with Twitter.

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