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Media I've enjoyed recently 2012


(these words, forever) - The Memory Palace

The art of the eco-mindshift - Natalie Jeremijenko (2009) - TEDtalks

Single Device Captures Sun's Light and Heat - 60-Second Science

(high above lake michigan) - The Memory Palace

E-voting without fraud - David Bismark (2010) - TEDtalks

(the moon in the sun) - The Memory Palace

Eythor Bender demos human exoskeletons (2011) - TEDtalks

(a brief eulogy for a consumer electronics product)  - The Memory Palace

404, the story of a page not found - Renny Gleeson (2012) - TEDtalks


History & Politics:

(the messrs. craft) - The Memory Palace

Global power shifts - Joseph Nye (2010) - TEDtalks

(presidente walker) - The Memory Palace

(this ungainly fowl) - The Memory Palace



(you know you're sick) - The Memory Palace



Thomas Dolby: Never Never Land - The Moth Podcast



Eccentric Style - Put This On


Biology & Food:

Tagging tuna in the deep ocean - Barbara Block (2010) - TEDtalks

Salamanders Provide Room and Board to Algae - 60-Second Science

The roots of plant intelligence - Stefano Mancuso (2010) - TEDtalks

Sustainable seafood? Let's get smart - Barton Seaver (2010) - TEDtalks

A vision for sustainable restaurants - Arthur Potts Dawson (2010) - TEDtalks



What nonprofits can learn from Coca-Cola - Melinda French Gates (2010) - TEDtalks

Making global labor fair - Auret van Heerden (2010) - TEDtalks

A feminine response to Iceland's financial crash - Halla Tomasdottir (2010) - TEDtalks



Teaching kids real math with computers - Conrad Wolfram (2010) - TEDtalks

Lawrence Krauss: Students Need to Learn Effective Failure - 60-Second Science


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