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Unpleasant design -- many examples worldwide, manifested as "silent agents" that modify behavior in public space, without the explicit presence of authorities

Unpleasant design -- many examples worldwide, manifested as "silent agents" that modify behavior in public space, without the explicit presence of authorities

Great Apes Understand When Humans Are Wrong

Great Apes Understand When Humans Are Wrong

What Lies Beneath: Inside London's Secret Subterranean Spaces

What Lies Beneath: Inside London's Secret Subterranean Spaces

Every year millions of tourists flock to London to marvel at its historic buildings, parks and attractions, but if you scratch beneath London's surface, you'll reveal a dark, intimidating web of abandoned stations, military tunnels and historic catacombs.

Data artist Nicholas Rougeux turned all 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets into squiggly signatures.

These Squiggly Signatures Are Actually Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Data artist Nicholas Rougeux turned all 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets into squiggly signatures.

After studying Alien in intimate detail, it’s time to look at the typography and design of Ridley Scott’s other classic sci-fi movie, Blade Runner. Based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream…

After studying Alien in intimate detail, it’s time to look at the typography and design of Ridley Scott’s other classic sci-fi movie, Blade Runner. Based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream…

Awesome! WTF fun facts I didn't know that! That's the zoo I've been to so many times I can't count! And it happened 6 days before I was born... The gorilla's name does sound familiar...I've probably seen her. Weird.

Teachers have been dealing with the specter of Donald Trump long before he was actually elected President of the United States. They’ve apologized for assigning the presidential debates as homework, faced frighteningly emboldened bullies, and comforted the terrified children of immigrants. This was imagined, by many, to be a temporary problem.

'What Do I Say?': Stories From the Classroom After Election Day

Teachers have been dealing with the specter of Donald Trump long before he was actually elected President of the United States. They’ve apologized for assigning the presidential debates as homework, faced frighteningly emboldened bullies, and comforted the terrified children of immigrants. This was imagined, by many, to be a temporary problem.

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