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Earth Day The Reel Way
Earth Day The Reel Way

Just how stupid we really are, or what James Earl Jones and a giant humpback whale have in common.

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Interview with Chunnel.TV Founder Matthew Berman
Interview with Chunnel.TV Founder Matthew Berman

What Banksy, TED, and a global network of ad agencies have in common, or why the long tail is the shortest way to cultural revolution.

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Art of The Cover: Book Cover Design Inspiration
Art of The Cover: Book Cover Design Inspiration

Shepard Fairey on George Orwell, where we live, 8 decades of iconic cover designs, and what Banksy and a tranny have in common. Oh my!

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TED 2009 Highlights: Day 2
TED 2009 Highlights: Day 2

Lots and lots (and lots) of brilliance, wrapped in fascination and tied with a shiny ribbon of sheer jaw-droppingness.

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Lights, Camera, Ticket
Lights, Camera, Ticket

Time-lapsing across the Atlantic, or what airline bankruptcy has to do with ethereal photography.

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The MacGuffin Library
The MacGuffin Library

The secret lives of props, or what Hitler and Mickey Mouse have in common.

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Transform: The Journey to Creative Contentment
Transform: The Journey to Creative Contentment

Why the only thing that matters is that it shouldn’t matter.

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Perroquet: Photography, Science, Slow-Motion Beauty
Perroquet: Photography, Science, Slow-Motion Beauty

How three worlds of fascination collide through negative space and positive brilliance.

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TED 2009 Highlights: Day 1
TED 2009 Highlights: Day 1

A cultural dialogue on sex, Bill Gates releases more bugs into the world, and lots of caffeine.

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Artist Spotlight: Volkan Ergen
Artist Spotlight: Volkan Ergen

Immersive urban avant-garde film, or what a tabby cat has to do with the Bosphorus at night.

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