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belonging no where and everywhere

Five or so years ago I was sitting at a kitchen table in Dublin with my sister and cousin, having reconnected after not having seen one another for years, and not having spent more than an afternoon together for much longer than that. 259 more words

World's Ugliest Woman

Lizzie was a sweet little girl, born to two very excited first-time parents in Austin, Texas. She was very small at birth—she was born four weeks premature and weighed less than three pounds. 705 more words

Activism: Clint Smith and The Danger of Silence

In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.   ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968…

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We Are Innovation Because we are life artists

In our last post analysing innovation impact on society (The Disrupted Society) we talked about the new creativity that arises with diverted use of newly developed technologies. 300 more words


Ted Talks: Nancy Frates: Why my family started the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The rest is history


When 27-year-old Pete Frates injured his wrist in a baseball game, he got an unexpected diagnosis: it wasn’t a broken bone, it was ALS. 83 more words


TED Talk Favorite #8

So completely enjoyed this one. I couldn’t help but giggle at all his jokes – “Eat, Pray, Love” – BAHAHA.

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