The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “environment”

TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day 3
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day 3

Embracing chaos, 57 things Google knows about you, and how to 3D-print a kidney.

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Who Is The World’s Most Typical Person?
Who Is The World’s Most Typical Person?

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The Wisdom of TED in Kinetic Typography
The Wisdom of TED in Kinetic Typography

What cross-disciplinary self-actualization has to do with motion graphics remix.

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The Day After Tomorrow: Our Aerial Future
The Day After Tomorrow: Our Aerial Future

What Spanish ponds have to do with Canadian tissues and Georgia O’Keefe.

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Stunning Images of Pollen, the Hidden Sexuality of Flowers
Stunning Images of Pollen, the Hidden Sexuality of Flowers

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day Two
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day Two

Redefining life, understanding consciousness, and why technology is humanizing education.

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TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day One
TED 2011: The Rediscovery of Wonder, Day One

This week, we’re letting our brains explode so you don’t have to.

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The Last Lions: NatGeo Photographers Tell an Urgent Story
The Last Lions: NatGeo Photographers Tell an Urgent Story

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Panorama: A Woodcut Fold-Out Travelogue Promoting Biodiversity
Panorama: A Woodcut Fold-Out Travelogue Promoting Biodiversity

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Fabulous Furniture Made of Unusual Upcycled Objects
Fabulous Furniture Made of Unusual Upcycled Objects

What vintage suitcases have to do with funeral homes and bowling alleys.

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