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  1. Glen Henry: What I’ve learned about parenting as a stay-at-home dad | TED Talk

    Glen Henry got his superpowers through fatherhood. After leaving behind a job he hated and a manager he didn’t get along with, he went to work for an equally demanding boss: his kids. He shares how he went from thinking he knew it all about being a stay-at-home parent to realizing he knew nothing at all — and how he’s now documenting what he’s learned.

    https://www.ted.com/talks/glen_henry_what_i_ve_learned_being_a_stay_at_home_dad

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  2. How adoption worked for me

    Talent is universal, but opportunity isn’t, says TED Fellow Christopher Ategeka. In this charming, hopeful talk, Ategeka tells his story of being orphaned at a young age — and how being adopted gave him the chance to experience a new culture, acquire an education and live up to his full potential. "We may not be able to solve the bigotry and the racism of this world today," Ategeka says, "But certainly we can raise children to create a positive, inclusive, connected world full of empathy, love and compassion."

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    Original video: https://www.ted.com/talks/christopher_ategeka_how_adoption_worked_for_me
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  3. How Designers Destroyed the World - Mike Monteiro, at USI

    Information and subscription on http://www.usievents.com

    Mike Monteiro run Mule Design Studio. He came to USI to talk about moral responsibility in its job. Designers have a responsibility, not only to themselves and to their clients, but also to the wider world: as designers, we create new things. That’s a huge responsibiliy that can be amazing, only if you wonder “what do I want to create, and not to create?”

    We are designers because we love to create, but creation without responsibility breeds destruction. Every day, designers all over the world work on projects without giving any thought or consideration to the impact that work has on the world around them. This attitude leads to destruction, and this needs to change. To illustrate its talk, Mike Monteiro use the exemple of broken lifes because of a change in Facebook Confidentiality Parameters. For Mike Monteiro, every designers should wonder what are the consequences of their job : “be more scared of your work’s consequences than you love the smartness of your own ideas”.

    A French report of the conference is available on the USI blog: http://bit.ly/1DyCe54

    Follow USI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/USIEvents Follow USI on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/13Ls21Y Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/19sPpSp

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIcM21l61TE
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  4. Hitler in History

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  5. The Imposter Episode - Boagworld Show

    This week on the Boagworld show we talk Imposter Syndrome, whether designers should code and finding inspiration.

    https://boagworld.com/season/16/episode/1604/

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    Michael Rosen talks to Steve Jones about language and our genes.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b098jjr4

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  7. Waking Up Podcast #49 — The Lesser Evil | Sam Harris

    Andrew Sullivan edited The New Republic from 1991 – 1996 and was an intellectual architect of the campaign for marriage equality. He is the author of The Conservative Soul and Virtually Normal. Sullivan’s blog, The Dish, pioneered online journalism from 2000 – 2015. He is at work on a collection of essays and a book on the future of Christianity.

    Andrew Sullivan. “I Used to Be a Human Being.” New York Magazine. September 18, 2016.

    https://samharris.org/podcasts/the-lesser-evil/

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  8. Waking Up Podcast #57 — An Evening with Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris (1) | Sam Harris

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    https://samharris.org/podcasts/an-evening-with-richard-dawkins-and-sam-harris-1/

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  9. Waking Up Podcast #57 — An Evening with Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris (1) | Sam Harris

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    https://samharris.org/podcasts/an-evening-with-richard-dawkins-and-sam-harris-1/

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  10. Waking Up Podcast #60 — An Evening with Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris (2) | Sam Harris

    In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Richard Dawkins at a live event in Los Angeles (second of two). They discuss Richard’s experience of having a stroke, the genetic future of humanity, the analogy between genes and memes, the “extended phenotype,” Islam and bigotry, the biology of race, how to find meaning without religion, and other topics.

    https://samharris.org/podcasts/an-evening-with-richard-dawkins-and-sam-harris-2/

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