The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “omnibus”

Beyond the Business Card: Three Alternative Tools
Beyond the Business Card: Three Alternative Tools

How to bump strangers, who killed the Rolodex, and what to do about it.

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6 Six Places to Find Affordable Art
6 Six Places to Find Affordable Art

Sticker-shockless art, or what good taste and good deeds have in common.

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Mythical Beasts & Modern Monsters
Mythical Beasts & Modern Monsters

Beastly bullies, meek monsters, and why Donald Duck is finally proven totally useless.

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Top 10 Contemporary Cross-Disciplinary Conferences
Top 10 Contemporary Cross-Disciplinary Conferences

Ideas in real life, or how to increase the statistical probability of finding a clown, Malcolm Gladwell, and a rocket scientist in the same room.

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Art of the Toilet Paper Roll
Art of the Toilet Paper Roll

Simplicity and complexity, human emotion, and the intersection of craft and storytelling.

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Beyond Burton: Art Inspired by Alice In Wonderland
Beyond Burton: Art Inspired by Alice In Wonderland

Floating children, the rabbit hole of the social web, and what Dali has to do with manga.

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10 More Great Cross-Disciplinary Conferences
10 More Great Cross-Disciplinary Conferences

More ways to get stimulated in public, or how to fit a wealth of innovation into a plenary session.

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Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid
Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid

From thinking to tinkering, by way of color, music and photography.

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Best Albums of October
Best Albums of October

A whale, a 5-year wait, and imagining Amy Winehouse as a happy person.

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Vintage Album Covers
Vintage Album Covers

Private collections, public perceptions, and all that jazz.

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