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60-Second Lectures: A Tapas Bar of Academic Insight
60-Second Lectures: A Tapas Bar of Academic Insight

Consciousness, the unknown and why your childhood aversion to math is finally validated.

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7 Image Search Tools That Will Change Your Life
7 Image Search Tools That Will Change Your Life

What martinis have to do with reverse art lookup and obscure German calendars from the 1990’s.

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ThoughtBubbler: Visual Storytelling for What Matters
ThoughtBubbler: Visual Storytelling for What Matters

What a pig that can’t walk has to do with mental pollution and the DNA of kindness.

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The Beast File: Infographic Storytelling
The Beast File: Infographic Storytelling

Catholic priests, Greenpeace terrorists, and what Tim Burton has to do with Obama’s entourage.

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5 ½ Werner Herzog Gems
5 ½ Werner Herzog Gems

Monkey philosophy, literary incongruity, and what eating a shoe reveals about the state of contemporary culture.

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What Is Procrastination: 5 Perspectives
What Is Procrastination: 5 Perspectives

We meant to publish this last Friday.

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What Does It Mean to Be Human?
What Does It Mean to Be Human?

Primates, philosophers, and how subjectivity ensures the absolute truth of our existence.

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7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less
7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less

Inconspicuous consumption, or what lunching ladies have to do with social web karma.

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Everyone’s Favorite Guessing Game: 7 Must-See <em>What’s My Line</em> Episodes
Everyone’s Favorite Guessing Game: 7 Must-See What’s My Line Episodes

What girdles have to do with civic activism.

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7 Must-Read Books by TED Global Speakers
7 Must-Read Books by TED Global Speakers

Design imperialism, what gender equality has to do with military spending, and where 185 pig parts go.

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