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Is Specialization Calcifying Our Ability to Create?

Writer Robert Twigger argues that a world of specialization has created a world of the unimaginative, from the jobs we do to the way we do them. It’s time for a new Renaissance. Are we narrowing ourselves so much that we can no longer innovate?

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Occupy UC Davis Pepper-Spray Cop Wants Workers’ Comp

The policeman who doused a group of protesters sitting peacefully (and later became the subject of myriads of memes), is claiming the event caused him psychological damage; Alex Gibney’s documentary about WikiLeaks is chock-full of propaganda meant to discredit Julian Assange; meanwhile, divers in Hawaii cleaned the ocean by hand and filled an 18-wheeler with human debris. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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We Screwed Up: A Letter of Apology to My Granddaughter

There were plenty of signs we took a wrong turn but we kept on going. Dumb, stubborn, blind: Who knows why we couldn’t stop? Greed maybe—powerful corporations we couldn’t overcome. It won’t matter much to you who is to blame. You’ll be too busy coping in the diminished world we bequeath you.

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