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This week's top recommendation
Wikileaks: this topic has been all over us for the past six weeks. We nearly forgot about Christmas - hadn't Assange threatened to leak all lists of christmas presents. Among a wealth of news and commentary (some very smart, most of it ranging from superficial to plain stupid), it was hard to stay on top of it all. The more you read, the more complex matters became. Because this is what happens, when you expand your knowledge. GOOD has a nice infographic to clear things up, breaking the whole Wikileaks story down to "challenges facing the leakers" and "why the leaks will continue". The big picture for everyone a bit too deep into it - and a good intro for those who happened to be asleep for the past six weeks.
→ What's Next For Wikileaks (GOOD)
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→ 20 Predictions For The Next 25 Years (The Observer)
The best music list out there: The Top 50 records that received the most blog love in 2010 (full album streams included).
→ Music Blog Zeitgeist 2010 (The Hype Machine)
Respice finem! Up to 70 percent of Wall Street trading decisions are made by algorithms, not humans.
→ Algorithms Take Control of Wall Street (Wired)
A designer's dream, a printer's nightmare: A beautiful book on dreams, equipped with coloured threads, woven through the paper.
→ Traumgedanken (Maria Fischer portfolio)