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Highlights from TED 2010: Day Two
Highlights from TED 2010: Day Two

Suspended animation, augmented reality, and what sheep’s knuckles have to do with the future of cultural problem-solving.

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How the Dutch Do Title Sequences
How the Dutch Do Title Sequences

What steampunk, broccoli and an electrocuted apple have to do with celebrating indiscriminate curiosity.

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Phylomon: The Game of Life
Phylomon: The Game of Life

Pokemon meets Mother Earth, or what preschoolers have to do with the life of life.

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Highlights from TED 2010, Day One
Highlights from TED 2010, Day One

What one pound of tuna has to do with five years of chocolate milk, spider silk and a ukulele.

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One Cubic Foot of Life
One Cubic Foot of Life

Lap-sized habitats, or what Central Park gardens and Polynesian reefs have in common.

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Far Out: The Real Space Odyssey
Far Out: The Real Space Odyssey

Hyperkinetic smashups, amateur brilliance, and what Stanley Kubrick has to do with sea sponges.

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