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Infoviz Education: Animated Visualizations for Kids
Infoviz Education: Animated Visualizations for Kids

Helium, carbon, and what Little Red Riding Hood has to do with malnutrition in Africa.

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Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part One
Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part One

Maps of Utopia, posh Brooklynites, and what Whole Foods has to do with high school mixtapes.

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The Red Book: When Carl Jung Lost and Found His Soul
The Red Book: When Carl Jung Lost and Found His Soul

Psychotherapy as theater, or interpreting the imagery of one of history’s most famous interpreters.

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Actions Speak Loudest
Actions Speak Loudest

What Jimmy Carter and Mia Hamm have in common, or how to kick-start a decade of betterment.

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The Bookshelf Rethought: 5 Innovative Designs
The Bookshelf Rethought: 5 Innovative Designs

Earthquakes, minimalism, and how to reconcile your inner bookworm with your design fetish.

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Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part Two
Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part Two

Charting happiness, why you should tip your waiter, and how to tug at heartstrings right.

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Philosophical Timecapsule of Today: Wisdom
Philosophical Timecapsule of Today: Wisdom

Intelligent insight, the fountain of youth, or what’s love got to do with it.

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Far Out: The Real Space Odyssey
Far Out: The Real Space Odyssey

Hyperkinetic smashups, amateur brilliance, and what Stanley Kubrick has to do with sea sponges.

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The Happiness Project: Gretchen Rubin Spends a Year in Pursuit
The Happiness Project: Gretchen Rubin Spends a Year in Pursuit

A year’s worth of ideas, inspiration and innovation from culture’s collective brain.

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Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid
Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid

From thinking to tinkering, by way of color, music and photography.

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