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5 Must-Read Books on the Psychology of Being Wrong
5 Must-Read Books on the Psychology of Being Wrong

What Ronald Reagan has to do with gorilla costumes, Shakespeare and fake pennies.

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7 Essential Books on Music, Emotion, and the Brain
7 Essential Books on Music, Emotion, and the Brain

What Freud has to do with auditory cheesecake, European opera and world peace.

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5 Quirky Coloring Books for The Eternal Kid
5 Quirky Coloring Books for The Eternal Kid

What gangsta rap has to do with children’s healthcare and mid-century illustration.

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5 Must-Read Books by TED 2011 Speakers
5 Must-Read Books by TED 2011 Speakers

What doodling has to do with the evolution of consciousness and the raw beauty of the Arctic.

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7 Must-Read Books on the Future of Information and the Internet
7 Must-Read Books on the Future of Information and the Internet

From retrofuturist media prophecies to the cognitive consequences of mobile-everything.

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3 Iconic Film Directors Interpret Classic Operas
3 Iconic Film Directors Interpret Classic Operas

What arias have to do with Cousin It, cinematic pathos and eccentric Germans.

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Open-Sourcing Graphic Design: 3 Projects
Open-Sourcing Graphic Design: 3 Projects

What ugly ampersands have to do with wayfinding and vintage pictograms.

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5 (More) Must-Read Books by TED 2011 Speakers
5 (More) Must-Read Books by TED 2011 Speakers

What information curators have to do with the revenge of technology and synesthetic autism.

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Visualizing Loudness: The Dark Side of Music Digitization
Visualizing Loudness: The Dark Side of Music Digitization

From Bieber to boredom, or what 30 years of compression have to do with auditory freedom.

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Bohemian Rhapsody 5 Ways
Bohemian Rhapsody 5 Ways

What The Muppets have to do with hearing disabilities, self-cloning and TED.

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