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Journalism in the Age of Data: A Film
Journalism in the Age of Data: A Film

What bad writing has to do with war casualties and traffic over North America.

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The Johnny Cash Project: Global Collaborative Storytelling
The Johnny Cash Project: Global Collaborative Storytelling

Frames, doodles, and how to weave a digital quilt out of legendary music and cultural history.

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Introducing the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
Introducing the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts

What liquor stores have to do with the advancement of the digital arts.

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Bicycle Built for 2,000
Bicycle Built for 2,000

Why 2,088 people are singing Stanley Kubrick’s praises for $0.06 each.

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Hodgepodge of Cool | SHEEP!
Hodgepodge of Cool | SHEEP!

We continue our weekly tribute to all the random, eclectic awesome stuff out there. Welcome to Part 3 of the Hodgepodge of Cool issue: SHEEP! …or what 10,000 strangers, the BBC and Soulja Boy have in common.

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Data Flow, The Sequel
Data Flow, The Sequel

What seven years of eye candy have to do with the future of design in the age of data.

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Top 10 Contemporary Cross-Disciplinary Conferences
Top 10 Contemporary Cross-Disciplinary Conferences

Ideas in real life, or how to increase the statistical probability of finding a clown, Malcolm Gladwell, and a rocket scientist in the same room.

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Into Post-Digital Creative Culture: OFFF 2009
Into Post-Digital Creative Culture: OFFF 2009

What Lisbon and spaghetti have in common, or why failure is the key to creative success.

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Geek Tuesday: Data Immersion Gone Wild
Geek Tuesday: Data Immersion Gone Wild

Making sense of the world one dataset at a time, or what Mahnattan men and the poverty line have in common.

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<em>My Visual Diary</em>: A Month-in-the-Life in Stop-Motion
My Visual Diary: A Month-in-the-Life in Stop-Motion

What people-watching and the love of cereal have to do with fostering visual literacy.

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