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Reads tagged with “collaboration”

Paola Antonelli on Design & Innovation
Paola Antonelli on Design & Innovation

Design as a systemic solution, or what an octopus has to do with democratizing innovation.

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Life in a Day: Google Crowdsources Humanity
Life in a Day: Google Crowdsources Humanity

Documenting the world, or how to take one of 6.7 billion pathways to Sundance.

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The Art of Conversation: London – Berlin
The Art of Conversation: London – Berlin

Playing broken telephone over VoIP, or why predictability is overrated.

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10 More Great Cross-Disciplinary Conferences
10 More Great Cross-Disciplinary Conferences

More ways to get stimulated in public, or how to fit a wealth of innovation into a plenary session.

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Introducing the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
Introducing the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts

What liquor stores have to do with the advancement of the digital arts.

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Dark Night of the Soul
Dark Night of the Soul

Cultural treasure-hunting, or what priceless music has to do with expensive photography.

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Press Pause Play: The Evolving Creative Landscape
Press Pause Play: The Evolving Creative Landscape

From basement art to media glory, or why ones and zeros are the new chalk.

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CreativeAllies: Artist, Meet Artist
CreativeAllies: Artist, Meet Artist

Artist meets artist, or why street cred beats petty pay every time.

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Top 10 Contemporary Cross-Disciplinary Conferences
Top 10 Contemporary Cross-Disciplinary Conferences

Ideas in real life, or how to increase the statistical probability of finding a clown, Malcolm Gladwell, and a rocket scientist in the same room.

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Troika Moonshine 300
Troika Moonshine 300

Three random things, 300 words, a story.

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