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Laconia: An Architecture of Thinking
Laconia: An Architecture of Thinking

Multimedia landscape as a language pattern, or what Ezra Pound has to do with Twitter.

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The Future Belongs to the Curious: A Manifesto for Curiosity
The Future Belongs to the Curious: A Manifesto for Curiosity

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Marshall McLuhan on New Forms and Old Assumptions (1960)
Marshall McLuhan on New Forms and Old Assumptions (1960)

What the golden age of television has to do with human nature and today’s Internet intellectuals.

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Woz on Creativity: Work Alone
Woz on Creativity: Work Alone

Groupthink, the origin of originality, and why most inventors are like artists.

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The Dawn of the Microprocessor and the Birth of Venture Capital
The Dawn of the Microprocessor and the Birth of Venture Capital

“Announcing a new era of integrated electronics.”

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Fashioning Apollo: How the Spacesuit Was Designed
Fashioning Apollo: How the Spacesuit Was Designed

What Neil Armstrong has to do with combinatorial creativity, underdog innovators, and sports bras.

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