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From Philosophy to Art, 10 Essential Books on Protest
From Philosophy to Art, 10 Essential Books on Protest

What Billie Holiday has to do with Burma, growing your own marijuana, and the American Revolution.

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5 Fantastic Daily Email Newsletters for a Better Life
5 Fantastic Daily Email Newsletters for a Better Life

What world peace has to do with dog soap and why everything you knew about baby carrots is wrong.

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See Something Cite Something: A Fair Use Flowchart
See Something Cite Something: A Fair Use Flowchart

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PICKED: <em>Influencers</em>
PICKED: Influencers

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The School of Life
The School of Life

The classes you actually wanted to take in college, or how to master coolness while munching on a caramel bar.

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Aftercrimes, Geoslavery & Thermogeddon: Lexicographer Erin McKean’s TEDBook on New Words
Aftercrimes, Geoslavery & Thermogeddon: Lexicographer Erin McKean’s TEDBook on New Words

How to spot wordishness when you see it, or what serendipity has to do with digital publishing.

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The Internet Is My Religion: Jim Gilliam on the Divinity of the Web
The Internet Is My Religion: Jim Gilliam on the Divinity of the Web

Startups, spirituality and why connectedness is next to godliness.

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Visualizing Enlightenment-Era Social Networks
Visualizing Enlightenment-Era Social Networks

Why Mark Zuckerberg has nothing on Voltaire.

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Words of the World: The Secret Stories of Words
Words of the World: The Secret Stories of Words

What liberals and Nazis have in common, or how we define our time.

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The Talking Tree: Vegetation Does Social Media
The Talking Tree: Vegetation Does Social Media

Facebooking flora, or what biometric feedback has to do with broadening empathy.

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