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6 Six Places to Find Affordable Art
6 Six Places to Find Affordable Art

Sticker-shockless art, or what good taste and good deeds have in common.

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Curation with a Conscience: The Working Proof
Curation with a Conscience: The Working Proof

How to cover your causes and your walls, all at the same time.

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World AIDS Day Spotlight: Interview with Travis McCoy
World AIDS Day Spotlight: Interview with Travis McCoy

What a pair of sneakers has to do with a bridge in Manila and mobile cinema in South Africa.

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LBB + OLPC = GOOD
LBB + OLPC = GOOD

Why egocentricity is the new philanthropy, or how to turn your city know-how into a child’s bright future.

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GOOD Magazine: The Real Stimulus Package
GOOD Magazine: The Real Stimulus Package

How the best magazine around got better, or why taking a slight financial hit can get you an intellectual grand slam.

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Pencils of Promise: Grassroots School-Building
Pencils of Promise: Grassroots School-Building

How to give and own at the same time, or why Facebook is the new Peace Core.

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DoGooder: Do Nothing, Change Everything
DoGooder: Do Nothing, Change Everything

How to bypass annoyance with slick design and serious dogoodness.

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Smells Like Modern Art: Six Scents Series Two
Smells Like Modern Art: Six Scents Series Two

What cognitive psychology has to do with experimental film and the smell of roses.

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Product Design Spotlight: The Little Bottle That Could
Product Design Spotlight: The Little Bottle That Could

Why the key to revolutionary innovation is being completely incompetent.

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Illustration Showcase: 5 Artists to Watch
Illustration Showcase: 5 Artists to Watch

Shapes, colors, textures, and a whole lotta lovable monsters.

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