Think back: Before Yo, before the cloud, before ubiquitous mobile connectivity, you first interacted with the Internet in your desktop browser. Sir Tim Berners-Lee and others who built the first database of linked information that later became the web haven’t stopped thinking about those early days, and how we can defend the open culture the […]

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Leadership expert Simon Sinek expands on his massively popular talk with five books and two documentaries that inspire him.

Photographer Adam Magyar shoots the world at high speed and then slows it down to 56 times the length of reality.

Alain de Botton picks 6 of his favorite philosophers — whose works have inspired him to think more deeply about success.

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Journalist Rose George cares a lot about poop. But, she would argue, so should everyone. Here she gives four resources about toilets and sanitation.

Roboticist Raffaello D’Andrea describes his work on three new autonomous flying machines, including one that “knows” what to do when it loses a propeller. (Hint: it doesn’t crash.)

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Dan Pallotta has an unconventional view of nonprofits: To innovate and really make an impact, he thinks they should function with business-minded acumen. But, bringing principles of the corporate world into the nonprofit sector can be a tough sell. Here, he recommends 8 articles that give more insight into why we should put a value on effective philanthropy.