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BBC vs. MTV: Poetry Season
BBC vs. MTV: Poetry Season

Old rock, new roll, and why MTV has nothing on Lord Byron.

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TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 2
TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 2

Optical illusions, aquatic apes, and the sweat of genius.

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Kickstarter: Crowdsourced Culture-Funding
Kickstarter: Crowdsourced Culture-Funding

Legal love from strangers, or what The Kinks have to do with Denver’s homeless.

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Multimedia Spotlight: Vocal Improvisation Animated
Multimedia Spotlight: Vocal Improvisation Animated

How a laptop and a highway play together, or what geometry has to do with music.

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Artist Spotlight: Zee Avi
Artist Spotlight: Zee Avi

From island paradise to bushfire, or why the best new music puts all of SXSW to shame.

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TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 4
TEDGlobal Highlights: Day 4

Solid sand, the art of curation, why doing nothing matters, and how to get 700 of the world’s smartest people singing.

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New Music Spotlight: Regina Spektor “Far”
New Music Spotlight: Regina Spektor “Far”

What Seinfeld has to do with the best new album by the best old favorite.

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Labuat: Soy Tu Aire
Labuat: Soy Tu Aire

Paint by notes, threads of voice, or why the future of music is up in the air.

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Behind the Scenes of Project N.A.S.A.
Behind the Scenes of Project N.A.S.A.

From Jamaica to L.A., by way of the underground.

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Animation Spotlight: Forget
Animation Spotlight: Forget

Balloons, nested dolls, and a man with a cardboard box on his head.

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