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PICKED: <em>Sintel</em>, a Global Collaborative Animated Film
PICKED: Sintel, a Global Collaborative Animated Film

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Global Collaborative Film: life.turns.
Global Collaborative Film: life.turns.

What 1205 strangers have to do with Gmail, virtual zoetropes and the anatomy of walking.

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7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less
7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less

Inconspicuous consumption, or what lunching ladies have to do with social web karma.

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OpenIDEO: Collaborative Design for Social Good
OpenIDEO: Collaborative Design for Social Good

A global drawing board, or what your DQ has to do with making the world a better place.

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The Geometry of Pasta: A Minimalist Design Cookbook
The Geometry of Pasta: A Minimalist Design Cookbook

Canestrini, canestri and what design minimalism has to do with the perfect sauce.

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PICKED: Maximum Balloon
PICKED: Maximum Balloon

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13 Words: Lemony Snicket + Maira Kalman
13 Words: Lemony Snicket + Maira Kalman

A despondent dog, a busy bird, and what iconic illustration has to do with the iPad.

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News21: Next-Gen Storytelling for the Multimedia Age
News21: Next-Gen Storytelling for the Multimedia Age

From frontlines to bylines, or what the future of journalism has to do with a countryside ranch.

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13 Most Beautiful: Songs For Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests
13 Most Beautiful: Songs For Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests

From Nico to Sonic Boom, or what black-and-white silent film has to do with pop art.

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Peace Through Music: The Voice Project
Peace Through Music: The Voice Project

Participatory peace, or how cover chains are unshackling an imprisoned community.

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