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The 2018 B2B Trade Show Hashtag Report

The top 150 hashtags for B2B trade shows in four market segments (marketing, technology, auto, and media). Order today

Rare Film of Monet, Renoir, Rodin and Degas art enthusiasts will appreciate these fascinating 100-year-old film clips of four of the most celebrated artists in history; Claude Monet, Pierre

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How to Make Your iPhone Black and White (And Why You Should)

Medium--The candy-colored interface on your phone triggers your brain into using it more. Use grayscale mode to make the junk less appealing.
December 03, 2019 Go to Medium

Alexa and Google Home abused to eavesdrop and phish passwords

Ars Technica--Amazon- and Google-approved apps turned both voice-controlled devices into "smart spies."
October 21, 2019 Go to Ars Technica

Kurt Vonnegut Diagrams the Shape of All Stories in a Master's Thesis Rejected by U. Chicago

Open Culture-- “What has been my prettiest contribution to the culture?” asked Kurt Vonnegut in his autobiography Palm Sunday. His answer?
October 17, 2019 Go to Open Culture

Media Bubbles Aren't The Biggest Reason We're Partisans

FiveThirtyEight--Maybe you call it a bubble. Maybe you call it a silo. Maybe you just call it an echo chamber. But whatever metaphorical, narrow and enclosed space you prefer, t…
October 08, 2019 Go to FiveThirtyEight

Yale Presents an Archive of 170,000 Photographs Documenting the Great Depression

Open Culture--During the Great Depression, The Farm Security Administration—Office of War Information (FSA-OWI) hired photographers to travel across America to document the poverty that gripped the nation, hoping to build support for New Deal programs being championed by F.D.R.'s administration.
September 10, 2019 Go to Open Culture

In 1886, the US Government Commissioned 7,500 Watercolor Paintings of Every Known Fruit in the World: Download Them in High Resolution

Open Culture-- T.S. Eliot asks in the opening stanzas of his Choruses from the Rock, “where is the knowledge we have lost in information?” The passage has been called a pointed question for our time, in which we seem to have lost the ability to learn, to make meaningful connections and contextualize events.
June 27, 2019 Go to Open Culture

Enter an Archive of 6,000 Historical Children's Books, All Digitized and Free to Read Online

Open Culture--We can learn much about how a historical period viewed the abilities of its children by studying its children's literature.
June 26, 2019 Go to Open Culture

Science Discovered That Banning Small Talk from Your Conversations Makes You Happier (Try Asking These 13 Questions Instead)'s time to delete questions like 'what do you do?' and 'where do you live?' from your vocabulary forever.
April 21, 2019 Go to

26 incredibly useful things you didn't know Google Calendar could do

Fast Company--Upgrade your agenda with this cornucopia of advanced options, shortcuts, and features for Google Calendar.
April 08, 2019 Go to Fast Company

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