The Marginalian
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100 Places to Remember
100 Places to Remember

What the world’s best photographers have to do with nipping carbon emissions.

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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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Tom Waits Reads “The Laughing Heart” by Charles Bukowski
Tom Waits Reads “The Laughing Heart” by Charles Bukowski

On finding light in darkness, knowing chances and the ownership of life.

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The Moment Jars
The Moment Jars

A timecapsule of human existence, or what childbirth and a moose have in common.

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Gift Guide Part 3: Free
Gift Guide Part 3: Free

DIY goodness, intellectual enrichment, and how to go cheap without being cheap.

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Steve Jobs on Working with Legendary Designer Paul Rand
Steve Jobs on Working with Legendary Designer Paul Rand

A brave assault on the paradox of choice, or why the best option is the only option.

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Brain Pickings Redux: Best of 2009
Brain Pickings Redux: Best of 2009

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

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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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Music Meets Philosophy: The Happiness Project
Music Meets Philosophy: The Happiness Project

Neighborly wisdom, music innovation, and the extraordinariness of ordinary human speech.

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A Stop-Motion Treat from BBC Radio 1
A Stop-Motion Treat from BBC Radio 1

42,000 antidotes to anonymity, or how to close the feedback loop by opening up the silo.

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