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“"Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge" ― Isaac Asimov”

Amusing Ourselves to Death - Neil Postman

, The Wandering Earth - Cixin Liu

, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams

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Startups 162 0
Journalism 88 0
Social Media 314.5 0
Big Tech 124 0
Media Industry 117 0
Business 87 0
Startups & Entrepreneurship 35 0
Innovation & Brainstorming 47.5 0
Design 23 0
Newspapers / Magazines 32 0
Analytics 31 0
L&D (Learning & Development) 37 0
Artificial Intelligence 34 0
Bad Actors (Bots, Trolls, etc.) 48 0
Productivity 23 0
Culture Trends 11 0
Breakthroughs (Technology & General Science) 10 0
Macroeconomics 34 0
No-Growth Economics 22 0
Communication 4 0
Typography 8 0
Social / Political Philosophy 29 0
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 17 0
Internet / Data Privacy & Rights 16 0
Futurism 20 0
Wellness & Mental Health at Work 4 0
Ideas / Creativity 20 0
Newspaper / Magazine Industry 4 0
Business Communication 10 0
Digital Advertising 4 0
Design Thinking 2 0
Education 2.0 12 0
Quantum Physics 3 0
Urban Design 10 0
Wellness & Mental Health 14 0
UI (User Interface) Design 14 0
Internet Psychology 20 0
Culture 9 0
Personal
Politics & Policy 968.5 0
Art & Culture 444.5 0
Climate Change 110.5 0
#Toronto 83 0
Cryptocurrencies 157 0
#coronavirus 118 0
NBA 132 0
Curious Finds 147 0
Urban Planning 81 0
Psychology 82 0
Education / Academia 89 0
Space 30 0
Blockchain 55 0
Neuroscience 33 0
Space Exploration 14 0
Personal Development 18 0
People 57 0
Civil Rights 42 0
Humour 27 0
Mental Health 23 0
Economics 38 0
Health 25 0
Transportation 40 0
Environmentalism 14 0
Investing 25 0
Cybersecurity 25 0
Literature 35.5 0
Good News 8 0
Sports 28 0
Nature 15 0
Facebook 14 0
Mobile Phones (Electronics) 17 0
Sociology 56 0
Food 34 0
History 43 0
Anthropology 46 0
Arts & Culture 12 0
Advice / Wisdom 20 0
Advertising / Marketing 15 0
Neurology 9 0
NHL 20 0
Travel 29 0
Medicine / Medical Sciences 15 0
Philosophy 27 0
Food & Drink 5 0
Baseball 12 0
Electronics 12 0
Anime 4 0
Criminal Law 11 0
Political Science 16 0
Places (Travel & World) 6 0
AR / MR / VR 10 0
Basketball 39 0
Human Rights 6 0
Astronomy 5 0
Programming / Coding 13 0
Basic Income (Economics) 13 0
Sustainability 10 0
Film 44 0
Local Cultures & Traditions 4 0
Music 7 0
Wildlife 9 0
Podcast Industry 12 0
Football / Soccer 10 0
Law 23 0
Crypto Investing 25 0
Apple 3 0
Logic 8 0
Philanthropy 14 0
Architecture 1.5 0
Painting 19 0
Mobile (Internet & Technology) 10 0
#Romania 43 0
General 11 0
Linguistics 4 0
Agribusiness 17.5 0

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