• Meet the inspiring Adrianne Haslet-Davis, whose determination led her to return to professional ballroom dancing after losing her lower left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. [1 of 3]
 

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culture 27 Mar 2015

Leerom Segal is CEO and cofounder of Klick Health, the world’s largest independent health agency. He is also Chief Curator of MUSE, an experimental, modern-day salon that brings together the worlds of science, technology and art to inspire the Who's Who in health. Here, meet three of the inspiring presenters we had at MUSE last night in NYC. TWITTER

 
  • We love how Matthew Zachary is leading the way for young adult cancer survivors like himself through his Stupid Cancer charity and awesome support initiatives, like the Stupid Cancer Show, upcoming annual Road Trip, and CancerCon conference/social networking event. [2 of 3]
 
  • Nothing stops Adrian Anantawan from delivering breathtaking violin performances, not even being born without a right hand. He's a role model to all, teaching music to aspiring young musicians as he furthers his studies at Harvard. [3 of 3]
 
 

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culture 23 Mar 2015

Old music, new music listening with VSL editor Alexa Jaccarino.

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Chef Rachael Mamane turns an eye on global food waste.

tech 16 Mar 2015

Sarah Judd Welch believes that community is the future of society and economy on the internet.

 


  • “Like chest hair poking through a silk shirt, you can see Italo almost anywhere.” On Pitchfork, Andy Beta looked at Italo Disco and its reverberations through electronic music around the globe. [1 of 3]
 

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culture 23 Mar 2015

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  • Featuring music from the ‘30s - ‘50s, the Grandpa’s Naptime playlist on Songza gets two thumbs up and one deep recline my easy chair. [2 of 3]
 
  • ICYMI: Discover the all-in-one multi-instrument that’s taken Kickstarter by storm. [3 of 3]
 
 

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Sarah Judd Welch believes that community is the future of society and economy on the internet.

culture 11 Mar 2015

Louise Ljungberg looks at design that keeps humans in mind.

 


  • Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler casts a striking eye on the fine line between individual food waste and industrial food production. [1 of 3]
 

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food 18 Mar 2015

Rachael Mamane is the chef and founder of Brooklyn Bouillon, a value-added product company that helps livestock and mixed vegetable farmers make use of their entire harvests.

 
 
  • Ecovative combines agricultural waste with mushroom mycelium to create fully compostable packaging materials. [3 of 3]
 
 

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Louise Ljungberg looks at design that keeps humans in mind.

culture 6 Mar 2015

Singer Lady Lamb reveals the inspiration behind her newest album.

 


  • Compared to a modern-day Twilight Zone, Black Mirror begs us to examine how normalized technology impacts not just our day-to-day lives but the basic premise of social relationships. [1 of 3]
 

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tech 16 Mar 2015

Sarah Judd Welch is CEO/Head of Community Design at Loyal, a community development studio that works with brands and startups to solve business problems with people, increase engagement, and deepen customer loyalty. She believes that community is the future of society and economy on the internet. TWITTER  BLOG

 
 
  • With today's technology, the breadth of options for how to spend our days can seem endless. Rather than an escape from human connection, we can choose to use technology for the opposite. [3 of 3]
 
 

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culture 11 Mar 2015

Louise Ljungberg looks at design that keeps humans in mind.

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Singer Lady Lamb reveals the inspiration behind her newest album.

lit 4 Mar 2015

Writer Victoria Law explores zine libraries.

 


  • Design with humans in mind. That's the message behind The Urban Yoga photo book by Anja Humljan. She went off the mat and into the city to change the way we feel, move, and breathe in urban environments. [1 of 3]
 

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culture 11 Mar 2015

A Jill of all trades. Louise Ljungberg heads up digital PR for House of Radon, makes breakfast public for the Creative Mornings Stockholm, and loves to photograph botanical gardens for her followers on INSTAGRAM.

 
  • Tired of mass-produced art prints? Check out this experiment using meticulous design and smart programming that puts you in the centre of the final art piece - all through a single tweet. Running now on Kickstarter. [2 of 3]
 
  • In the "ICED FLOWERS" exhibition, Tokyo-based florist-artist Azuma Makoto observes the changing life of flowers that are locked in ice. [3 of 3]
 
 

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Singer Lady Lamb reveals the inspiration behind her newest album.

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culture 2 Mar 2015

Kyle Studstill is in pursuit of virtue.