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Market Maketh Man: Distortions of Democracy
Market Maketh Man: Distortions of Democracy

Equilibrium, apathy and what John Stuart Mill has to do with medical marijuana.

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Wake Your Inner 8-Year- Old: Errandboy Interview
Wake Your Inner 8-Year- Old: Errandboy Interview

Inner children, manual CGI, and what a bucket of confusion has to do with skate culture.

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Brain-picking CurrentTV’s Max Lugavere & Jason Silva
Brain-picking CurrentTV’s Max Lugavere & Jason Silva

The art of wow, transcendent interconnectedness, and why science is a creative lubricant.

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Interview with Illustrator Christina Tsevis
Interview with Illustrator Christina Tsevis

What Coldplay, Oscar Wilde and Plato have in common and why the commodification of art may be a good thing.

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Interview with Chunnel.TV Founder Matthew Berman
Interview with Chunnel.TV Founder Matthew Berman

What Banksy, TED, and a global network of ad agencies have in common, or why the long tail is the shortest way to cultural revolution.

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The 2020 Project: Visions of the Connected Future
The 2020 Project: Visions of the Connected Future

What Scandinavian luminaries have to do with LEGO and the future of humanity.

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Beyond the Dunbar Number: Picking Dunbar’s Brain
Beyond the Dunbar Number: Picking Dunbar’s Brain

Kinship vs. friendship, the cognitive demands of monogamy, or why 400 Facebook friends may be a health hazard.

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Steve Jobs on Working with Legendary Designer Paul Rand
Steve Jobs on Working with Legendary Designer Paul Rand

A brave assault on the paradox of choice, or why the best option is the only option.

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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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