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Nese Devenot

It Takes a Village: Peer-to-peer Milksharing

is the optimal form of infant nutrition, but breastfeeding is not
possible for everyone, leaving many to rely upon the formula
industry. Milksharing
provides an alternative that feeds babies, saves money, and weaves
together human lives.

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Neurons to Networks: A Talk with Tiffany Shlain

Filmmaker and Internet pioneer Tiffany Shlain recently
released a short film and TED book. Brain Power: from Neurons to
Networks explores the parallels between the
development of a child's brain and the development of the global brain
of the Internet.

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New Ways to Dream Electric Sheep: An Interview with Scott Draves

Scott Draves is the brains behind the crowdsourced
iterative screensaver known as the Electric Sheep, a continually
evolving abstract animation with over 450,000 participants. Individual Sheep animations are voted on by
participants; the more popular sheep live longer and reproduce
according to a genetic algorithm with mutation and cross-over.

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Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics

Over the weekend of October 14-16, 2012, "Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics" — the longest-running
psychedelics conference in the United States — will convene in New York
City for its sixth year. In anticipation of this reunion of intellects,
I sat down for a conversation with Neal Goldsmith, the conference's
emcee and speaker curator.

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A Conversation with the Creators of Lucidity

Lucidity is an ongoing "web saga" that follows Jason and George — alter-egos of creators Sean Oliver and Danny Torgersen — on their exploration of lucid dreaming and alternate levels of consciousness. I recently talked with Sean and Danny about how this zero-budget, volunteer-based venture got off the ground, how it works, and where it’s headed next.

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Techno-Optimism: An Interview with Jason Silva

Jason Silva is a dynamic "performance philosopher" and techno-optimist whose eclectic, scientific-philosophical-literary discourse
remixes the likes of Buckminster Fuller, Marshall McLuhan, Carl
Sagan, and Timothy Leary into equal parts non-fiction and poetry. I recently talked to Jason about his most recent work and his plans for the future.

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