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Trespass: A Brief History of Uncommissioned Street Art
Trespass: A Brief History of Uncommissioned Street Art

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PICKED: Hello Rewind
PICKED: Hello Rewind

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The Bag Monster
The Bag Monster

Activism meets comedy, or what Texas has to do with Velcro.

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Peace Through Music: The Voice Project
Peace Through Music: The Voice Project

Participatory peace, or how cover chains are unshackling an imprisoned community.

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We’re Getting On: The Book That Grows Trees
We’re Getting On: The Book That Grows Trees

Life without Twitter, luddite literature, and why judging a book by its cover may at last be okay.

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Blog Action Day 2010: Water
Blog Action Day 2010: Water

What conversationality has to do with dirt-digging and twenty years of good life.

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PICKED: The Girl Effect, The Sequel
PICKED: The Girl Effect, The Sequel

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Bees, Bees, Bees: In Praise of an Extraordinary Creature
Bees, Bees, Bees: In Praise of an Extraordinary Creature

10,000 buzzing pixels, the real source of your breakfast, and what electron microscopes have to do with art.

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7 Must-Read Books by TED Global Speakers
7 Must-Read Books by TED Global Speakers

Design imperialism, what gender equality has to do with military spending, and where 185 pig parts go.

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Bike Culture: A Roundup
Bike Culture: A Roundup

How to slam-dunk rubbish, or what abandoned bikes have to do with the economy of war.

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