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  1. Jim Clark in conversation with John Hennessy

    Stanford Engineering Hero Lecture In this lecture, Stanford University President John L. Hennessy leads a discussion with Stanford Engineering Hero Jim Clark, the entrepreneur and computer scientist best known as a founder of Silicon Graphics, Netscape and several other companies. Clark is a creator of the computer graphics technology revolutionized the design process for everything from bridges to airplanes to film and TV special effects.

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  2. In the Garden

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/p3epzicityz1qqt/Jordan_James_1997_Worship_01_In_the_Garden_Old_Creation.mp3?dl=0

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  3. How to Select a Movie for Family Viewing

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  4. Neil Gaiman - Inspirational Commencement Speech at the University of the Arts 2012

    Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012 One of the best commencement speeches. A must watch for any artist and everyone who hopes to be creative and successful. Make Good Art.

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  5. [PODCAST] Nassim Taleb on the The James Altucher Show - Nassim Taleb

    Nassim Taleb has been interviewed by James Altucher on his Podcast The James Altucher Show talking about technology and how different systems handle disorder.

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/altucher/JAS_NassimTaleb.mp3 JAMES ALTUCHER SHOW: EP.45 – NASSIM TALEB: WHY YOU SHOULD EMBRACE UNCERTAINTY

    http://nassimtaleb.org/2014/09/podcast-nassim-taleb-james-altucher-show/#.VwQE9PkrLRY

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  6. Charlie Kaufman: Screenwriting Lecture

    One of modern cinema’s most celebrated writers, Kaufman’s work includes surreal fantasy Being John Malkovich, cerebral sci-fi Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and comedy drama Adaptation. In this lecture held at BAFTA on 30 September 2011, he discusses the techniques of writing for the big screen.

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  7. 2 Experts Share Exactly How to Use a Productivity Journal (& Increase Productivity by 23%) FS099

    First of all: Christopher Walken performs the intro for the show this week. If that’s not enough for you, how about this: I rolled my eyes at the ide

    https://fizzle.co/sparkline/2-experts-share-exactly-how-to-use-a-productivity-journal-increase-productivity-by-23-fs099

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  8. The Tim Ferriss Podcast, Ep 15: Neil Strauss, Author of The Game | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

    Listen on iTunes, download (right click and "save as"), or stream it in the below player now: This episode is brought to you by…you guys. To help keep this podcast going, please check out the Tim Ferriss Book Club, where, every 1-2 months, I highlight one book that’s changed my life.

    http://fourhourworkweek.com/2014/06/24/neil-strauss/

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  9. Old-Fashioned Play Builds Serious Skills : NPR

    Elaborate toys, busy schedules and the demise of recess have left children with fewer opportunities for imaginative play — and it shows. Researchers say changing the way children play has changed their emotional and cognitive development.

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=19212514

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  10. Creative Play Makes for Kids in Control : NPR

    Play has radically changed — and not for the better, some researchers say. So, at one school in New Jersey, preschoolers are asked to fill out paperwork before they pick up their Play-Doh. The idea isn’t to take the fun out of play, but to get kids to think in advance about what they’re doing and how they’ll do it.

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=76838288

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