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  • It addresses being "In-the-box" as the biggest failure of leadership. Comments on what does it mean - and how to get "Out of the box" and cure ourselves of self-deception - so that we can become real leaders that everyone will want to follow.
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  • Story of a true modern days slave - an African girl who was enslaved as a child and spent part of her life serving rich families in Sudan and Saudi Arabia.
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  • Interviews many successful SaaS companies founders and reveals their challenges firsthand.
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  • Interviews with founders of many famous companies (Microsoft, Facebook, Linkedin, Huffington Post, Eventbrite ...) about their journey to success. Hosted by Reid Hoffman, co-founder of Linkedin
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  • Talking to many entrepreneurs about their paths and mistakes they made - and lessons that they've learned from them. Moderated by Jason Feifer, editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur.com
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  • A nice local shop, where a community is creating useful everyday stuff through upcycling!
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  • This article takes the swarm intelligence aproach to the global brain, consisting of a network of Internet and its users.
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  • This fascinating research paper describes the processes of hive cognition, and how they are strikingly similar to the neural cognitive mechanisms.
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  • This short and entertaining video explains the basics of swarm cognition and how it can be harnessed to make human decision making more efficient.
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  • In this TED talk, the presenter describes how animal hive mind systems inspired her teams project of designin a swarm of robots.
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  • This video discusses how brain processes language, adressing how babies develop their language capacity as well as the common neurological aphasias.
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  • This research paper discusses the modern theories of language from a cognitive science’s perspective. This resource would be valuable for those willing to dig deeper into the subject.
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  • This video explains some popular scientific theories of language acquisition.
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  • This excerpt from an academic course describes the scientific research of language acquisition. Other parts of the course are also worth checking out.
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  • This is a fascinating talk in which the MIT scientist Deb Roy tells the story of the research he did on his own son’s speech development.
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  • This research article describes the language development among humans and other primates, discussing the role music can play in this process.
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  • The difference between hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons is simply explained in this video by BBC weather presenter Simon King.
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  • What started as a project of photographing the people of New York has grown into a photo blog of human destinies today. Each storyis summarized in an impressive photograph and several sentences of text. Humans are "ordinary" but destinies are "unusual" and we can find ourselves in many of them.
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  • Publication produced and reviewed by authoritative scientists, with the intention to give a simple overview of climate change for decision makers, policy makers, educators, and other individuals. It's a free e-book.
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  • Climate change teaching material prepared by NASA. Consists of simple explanations, images of climate change, animations and mobile applications.
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  • What are the barriers within ourselves that prevent us from taking seriously climate change? How can we overcome them? What actions can we take?
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  • Educational video by PBS network explaining in simple terms why is climate change not fair to all people, specially for those with lower income.
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  • It is a nonfiction thriller by author Richard Preston describing few viral outbursts in Africa and United States. Although you describe real life events, it is more exciting than many fictions. And it educates well about Ebola and similar diseases.
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  • Giving 10 charts based on scientific data that explain the climate change in visual way.
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  • Meteorologist J. Marshall Shepherd explains in a fun way why people are skeptical of scientific explanations and what influences our perception. He explains this on the example of climate change.
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  • A debate about what is the future of artificial intelligence, what dangers could be expected, and what limits need to be set. It's a debate between experts of different opinions and therefore brings value to this topic.
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  • Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges criticizes US politics (on all sides) and predicts the imminent "fall of the American Empire" if it continues. ---- Society ---- ---- Regional: United States ---
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  • Explaining how underwater farms can help producing "cleaner" food, only if they avoid methods seen in industrial agriculture.
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  • The climatologist answers the most frequently asked questions about climate change - and explains it from a scientific perspective.
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  • Cars shared by owners, covering many US cities.
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