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Why We Love: Five Revelatory Books on the Psychology of the Heart
Why We Love: Five Revelatory Books on the Psychology of the Heart

What Oscar Wilde has to do with Hippocrates and the neurochemistry of romance.

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Collaborative Whimsy: Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir
Collaborative Whimsy: Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir

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An Ode to the Brain: TED + Carl Sagan, Autotuned
An Ode to the Brain: TED + Carl Sagan, Autotuned

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5 (More) Must-Read Books by TED 2011 Speakers
5 (More) Must-Read Books by TED 2011 Speakers

What information curators have to do with the revenge of technology and synesthetic autism.

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day 3
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day 3

Embracing chaos, 57 things Google knows about you, and how to 3D-print a kidney.

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Gilbert Tuhabonye on Genocide, Running and Forgiveness
Gilbert Tuhabonye on Genocide, Running and Forgiveness

What the human capacity for evil has to do with the divine gift of joy.

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Underwater Sculptures Help Corals Thrive
Underwater Sculptures Help Corals Thrive

What metal sculptures have to do with your DNA and the future of the world’s oceans.

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Hans Rosling: How the Washing Machine Sparked the Reading Revolution
Hans Rosling: How the Washing Machine Sparked the Reading Revolution

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Inside Out Project: Street Artist JR’s $100K TED Prize
Inside Out Project: Street Artist JR’s $100K TED Prize

What the global importance of women has to do with favela murals and graffiti in Kibera.

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day Two
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day Two

Redefining life, understanding consciousness, and why technology is humanizing education.

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