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Obsolete Occupations: 7 Cinematic Short Films
Obsolete Occupations: 7 Cinematic Short Films

What fruit machines have to do with the last samurai armer and Louis Armstrong.

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The Year in Ideas: 8 Best of 2008
The Year in Ideas: 8 Best of 2008

8 things that shaped the year’s innovation footprint, or what Buckminster Fuller has to do with tap water and Michael Phelps.

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Science, Religion, and the Big Bang: An Animated Clarifier
Science, Religion, and the Big Bang: An Animated Clarifier

From the non-beginning to the singularity, by way of belief-muddling misnomers and beneficial ignorance.

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Do It: 20 Years of Famous Artists’ Irreverent Instructions for Art Anyone Can Make
Do It: 20 Years of Famous Artists’ Irreverent Instructions for Art Anyone Can Make

“Art is something that you encounter and you know it’s in a different kind of space from the rest of your life, but is directly connected to it.”

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Creative Pause: Todd St. John & HunterGatherer
Creative Pause: Todd St. John & HunterGatherer

What preschoolers have to do with a dancing robot and Jack Johnson.

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Ada Lovelace, the World’s First Computer Programmer, on Science and Religion
Ada Lovelace, the World’s First Computer Programmer, on Science and Religion

“Everything is naturally related and interconnected.”

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Religion vs. Humanism: Isaac Asimov on Science and Spirituality
Religion vs. Humanism: Isaac Asimov on Science and Spirituality

“The soft bonds of love are indifferent to life and death.”

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