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The Best Children’s Books of 2010
The Best Children’s Books of 2010

Lost owls, found cats, and how contemporary art is helping sick children heal.

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SAVED: Upcycling Through Design and Storytelling
SAVED: Upcycling Through Design and Storytelling

What old tees have to do with indie music A-listers and shrinking carbon footprints.

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You Better Believe It
You Better Believe It

Why we drink, scandal!, the world’s most expensive clock, theft-worthy animation, what Radiohead and Goldfrapp have in common, and how diarrhea can save the planet.

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All Things Hacked
All Things Hacked

Junkyard chic, 4.8oz of gawk, outsmugging Mac guy, Victorian computers, pre-electricity Internet, a museum of the future, how to get strangers to instantly trust you, what The Blue Man group and diaper changing tables have in common, why a missing comic book hero is the modern Nietzsche, and whose entire life you can buy on eBay.

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Expectation Shmexpectation
Expectation Shmexpectation

Flanking Apple, acoustic adventures, fashion you can see from space, ditchmail, temporal liberation, what a stranger, a grocery store and art have in common, and why Conversationality really is where the money’s at. Welcome to the Expectation Shmexpectation issue.

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