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TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 2
TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 2

Optical illusions, aquatic apes, and the sweat of genius.

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Artist Spotlight: Stephan Zirwes Aerial Photography
Artist Spotlight: Stephan Zirwes Aerial Photography

Soccer field species, abstracting nature, and why you aren’t nearly as big as you think.

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The Library Rethought
The Library Rethought

How to one-up the Greeks and what Shepard Fairey has to do with Copenhagen circa 1891.

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Design, Life, Digital: Best of DLD 2009
Design, Life, Digital: Best of DLD 2009

Predictability, simplicity, and why Munich is the epicenter of digital life and design.

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weekly newsletter

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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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Beautiful Connections: The Art of Conversation
Beautiful Connections: The Art of Conversation

The color of conversation, 6 million colors, and why Flash is more antisocial than your misanthropic uncle.

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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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Catch of the Day
Catch of the Day

Preservation the surfer way, or why farmers’ markets are now selling condoms.

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Globe-Trotting Goodness
Globe-Trotting Goodness

The big picture gets bigger, P2P filesharing gets legal, why the Japanese are better smilers than us, what Kentucky and Lithuania have in common, and how to replace the White House with a potato.

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