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Knowledge Navigator: An Apple Concept from 1987
Knowledge Navigator: An Apple Concept from 1987

What 1980s futurism has to do with the cola wars and presaging Angry Birds.

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Sound Unbound: DJ Spooky Explores Remix Culture
Sound Unbound: DJ Spooky Explores Remix Culture

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Susan Sontag: A Trifecta Remembrance
Susan Sontag: A Trifecta Remembrance

What frontpage news has to do with graphic design and the craftsmanship of the self.

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The Best Books of 2010: Business, Life & Mind
The Best Books of 2010: Business, Life & Mind

Time thieves, irrational pragmatists, and what bike-sharing has to do with coming out in science.

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Designing Media: Lessons from Today’s Greatest Media Innovators
Designing Media: Lessons from Today’s Greatest Media Innovators

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<em>The Power of Nightmares</em>: BBC on the Politics of Fear
The Power of Nightmares: BBC on the Politics of Fear

What al-Quaeda has to do with ancient Egyptian morality and Ronald Reagan’s liberalism.

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The History of Forgotten Phenomena: RIP Cliff Doerksen
The History of Forgotten Phenomena: RIP Cliff Doerksen

What award-winning journalism has to do with the hallucinations and the history of mince pie.

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The Best Books of 2010: Art, Design & Photography
The Best Books of 2010: Art, Design & Photography

Analog interactivity, or what flowcharts have to do with the history of street art.

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LoudSauce: Crowdfunded Advertising for Causes
LoudSauce: Crowdfunded Advertising for Causes

What bus shelters have to do with civic engagement and Marshall McLuhan.

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Journalism in the Age of Data: A Film
Journalism in the Age of Data: A Film

What bad writing has to do with war casualties and traffic over North America.

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