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Geek Wednesdays: The Ephemeral Web
Geek Wednesdays: The Ephemeral Web

A modern time machine for data and what we can learn about the web from Victorian toys.

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Blooper Troopers
Blooper Troopers

Droops, bloopers and what geeks, babies and whales have in common.

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Don’t Click It
Don’t Click It

Why hover is the new click and how to undo 30 years of habituation.

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Image Search Redefined
Image Search Redefined

How to hunt down interestingness by its hexadecimal color.

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Hodgepodge of Cool | Mindless Fun
Hodgepodge of Cool | Mindless Fun

We continue our weekly tribute to all the random, eclectic awesome stuff out there. Welcome to Part 2 of the Hodgepodge of Cool issue: Mindless Fun, or what blue balls and Stephen King have in common.

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Playing Nice: 5 Pro-Social Web Games
Playing Nice: 5 Pro-Social Web Games

Rice from Shakespeare, how to help cure cancer, 60 million ways spam helps literature, a first-person snooper, and solid proof you may be the wrong gender.

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Best of Election Season Innovation
Best of Election Season Innovation

Private confessions, citizen voyeurism, a shot at redemption, why it pays to have famous friends, and how graphic design changed politics forever.

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Breaking: YouTube Clicks Into Retail
Breaking: YouTube Clicks Into Retail

What peer pressure has to do with revolutionizing social media monetization.

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Just Press Rewind
Just Press Rewind

What Beethoven, your high school sweetheart and a boombox have in common.

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5 Ways to Get More of Life in the City
5 Ways to Get More of Life in the City

Ideas that claim our urban space back from the gruesome grip of commercialization, concrete and the general ugly of the city.

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