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7 Celebrations of Nelson Mandela
7 Celebrations of Nelson Mandela

What Apartheid has to do with Victorian poetry and using peace as a weapon of mass reconstruction.

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Spomenik: Eerie Retrofuturistic Monuments of the Eastern Bloc
Spomenik: Eerie Retrofuturistic Monuments of the Eastern Bloc

The ghosts of communism, or what alien architecture has to do with societal memory and Serbia’s mountains.

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Nabokov’s Legacy: Bequeathing Butterfly Theory
Nabokov’s Legacy: Bequeathing Butterfly Theory

Getting schooled in the arts and sciences, or what literature has to do with lepidoptery.

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BBC’s The Human Animal
BBC’s The Human Animal

What offensive Italian hand-gestures have to do with beauty and the evolution of sexuality.

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Children and Established Artists Draw Autism
Children and Established Artists Draw Autism

What the spectrum of difference has to do with 12th-century demons and Google Earth.

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Polymorphic Computing, Explained in Vintage Stop-Motion (1959)
Polymorphic Computing, Explained in Vintage Stop-Motion (1959)

What wooden boxes and stick figures have to do with predicting the future of the social web.

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7 Essential Books on Optimism
7 Essential Books on Optimism

What the love of honey has to do with ancient wisdom, our capacity for hope, and the future of technology.

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Landscape Permutations: An Experiment in Place and Space
Landscape Permutations: An Experiment in Place and Space

What cross-disciplinary curiosity has to do with impermanence, memory and spatial imagination.

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DrawHappy: Ongoing Global Art Project on Happiness
DrawHappy: Ongoing Global Art Project on Happiness

What pie, cats and giant cheese have to do with life’s most elusive aspiration.

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Tweets from Tahrir: Rare Record of a Revoltuion
Tweets from Tahrir: Rare Record of a Revoltuion

What Gladwell’s fallacies have to do with changing media models and political paradigms.

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