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The man behind Linux and Git shares his thoughts and philosophy on life, work, management, collaboration and the need for quiet computers.

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Should we be putting humans on Mars? A panel of space experts brings up the big questions we need to ask before we blast off.

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“We still live in a world where the color of our skin not only gives a first impression, but a lasting one that remains,” says Brazilian artist Angélica Dass. She shows portraits from Humanae, the photo project she started to highlight the truly multi-colored hues of humankind.

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Filmmaker Ric Burns describes the turn of events that led to his latest project, a documentary of the prolific author and neurological anthropologist, Oliver Sacks.

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American society has branded marriage as an institution of love, and yet we cling to old-fashioned narratives about divorce. Astro Teller and Danielle Teller argue that this is harmful to individuals, couples — and society at large.

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Five years ago, a tsunami and nuclear disaster led to the mass evacuation of the Fukushima region of Japan. Photojournalist Michael Forster Rothbart kept in touch with some of those directly affected by the incident; last September he traveled back to see how they were getting on. He shares some of his photographs, interviews and thoughts about the trip.

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When Andrés Ruzo was just a small boy, his grandfather in Peru told him a story with an odd detail: There is a river, deep in the Amazon, that boils. Years later, he resolved to find it — and find out what’s going on — and headed to the jungle.