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Na era do Big Data

Para que o Big Data não vire uma ditadura das informações, é preciso regulação e tecnologia, diz Kenneth Culker, editor da revista “The Economist”.
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The Art of Cleanup

As a longtime fan of Swiss artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli’s playful crusade to organize the world, I was thrilled for the English release of The Art of Clean Up: Life Made Neat and Tidy (public library).
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Arco-íris Holandês

O fotógrafo francês Norman Szkop foi até lá para registrar os jadins de tulipas mais impressionantes e lindos que existem!
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Um mapa do Vale do Silício

Causou estranheza, para alguns leitores, a afirmação que saiu por aqui, semana passada, de que o Google não é lá muito inovador em produtos de consumo.
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130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy

The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, part of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register for the preservation of cultural documents, have been delighting and terrifying children since 1812, transfixing generations of parents, psychologists, and academics.
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The Touch-Screen Generation

On a chilly day last spring, a few dozen developers of children’s apps for phones and tablets gathered at an old beach resort in Monterey, California, to show off their games.
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An Illustrated Vintage Bicycle Safety Manual

On the heels of yesterday’s vintage infographics comes this charmingly old-timey bicycle safety manual circa 1969, which admonishes cyclists against common perils, street hazards, and show-off behaviors.
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Bicycle Culture and Style” Book

Beyond the messenger and fixed-gear scenes, contemporary bicycle culture is more fashionable, diverse, and alive than ever before. According to Dustin Nordhus of Berlin’s Cicli Berlinetta, “people who live in a big city are becoming aware that it’s nicer to have a beautiful bicycle than a car.”
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