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Reads tagged with “collaboration”

One Fast Move Or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur
One Fast Move Or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur

What literary genius has to do with indie music icons, a cabin, and San Francisco.

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Creativity for Sustainability: Glove Love
Creativity for Sustainability: Glove Love

All gloves are off in the war on climate change, or what models have to do with natural history.

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The Darwin Song Project
The Darwin Song Project

A Brain Pickings quickie about a cultural biggie.

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Collaborative Creation: PSST!
Collaborative Creation: PSST!

Transcending the ego, or why the future of storytelling is in its past.

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Revolutionary Fringe-Think: Sputnik Observatory
Revolutionary Fringe-Think: Sputnik Observatory

Why big minds play in small spaces, or what bacteria and architecture have in common.

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Crowdsourcing 2010: Behind the3six5 Project
Crowdsourcing 2010: Behind the3six5 Project

An experiment in the collaborative authorship of history and our collective reality.

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Google Groupies Galore: Goollery
Google Groupies Galore: Goollery

What album covers have to do with shoe shopping and Renaissance paintings.

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Remastered, Reinvented, Reimagined: Record Club
Remastered, Reinvented, Reimagined: Record Club

What Iceland, Andy Warhol, and a dying goose have in common.

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Digital Choreography: Synchronous Objects
Digital Choreography: Synchronous Objects

Twenty desks, one python, and what the human body has to do with lines of code.

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Street Art: From All Sides & Five Continents
Street Art: From All Sides & Five Continents

The urban anthropology of creativity, or why copyright law is a sad case study in swimming against the cultural current.

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