The Marginalian
The Marginalian

Reads tagged with “environment”

Globe-Trotting Goodness
Globe-Trotting Goodness

The big picture gets bigger, P2P filesharing gets legal, why the Japanese are better smilers than us, what Kentucky and Lithuania have in common, and how to replace the White House with a potato.

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Carriers Rethought
Carriers Rethought

Groupie paradise, FedEx vs. Donald Trump, why Earth is getting shrink-wrapped by strangers, and what TV show has an official couch.

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Birdseye Visionaire
Birdseye Visionaire

How a paraglider, a camera, and a blooming field of lavender will change the way you see the world.

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Reclaiming Urban Landscape | Part 1
Reclaiming Urban Landscape | Part 1

This week, we’re looking at ideas that claim our urban space back from the gruesome grip of commercialization, concrete and the general ugly of the city, or what scaffolding has to do with Bambi.

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Earth Day the Wired Way
Earth Day the Wired Way

This year, celebrate Earth Day with a simple but tangible touch to your wired ways.

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Live Responsible is the New LIVESTRONG
Live Responsible is the New LIVESTRONG

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RFID vs. Honor
RFID vs. Honor

What third world children have to do with NYC commuting and why RFID beats honor systems every time.

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Incredible Edibles
Incredible Edibles

What Skoda has to do with Chinese monkeys and Salvador Dalí.

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Down With The Man | Part 4
Down With The Man | Part 4

Why The Man hates Canadians. Welcome to the Down With The Man issue: Part 4.

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B-Sides and Breakaways
B-Sides and Breakaways

Dancing in the streets, digital Dickens, time retold, LEGO on Times Square, 34841003122 reasons we’re devolving, what Etruscan vases have to do with skin rashes, and how to out-BlackBerry the BlackBerry.

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