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April 29 2015

AD Entrevistas: Sebastián Irarrázaval / Bienal

April 24 2015

AD Entrevista: Giancarlo Mazzanti // ATRIO
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April 17 2015

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April 13 2015

ADMX Entrevistas Presentado por COMEX

March 26 2015

Carrera ADMX // 2015

March 25 2015

MFS v2

March 24 2015

Bee’ah Headquarters / Zaha Hadid Architects

March 20 2015

ODA15 // Ganadores
ADMX Carrera 10K // DF

March 18 2015

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"Baffling" Mars Plumes are Electric | Space News
"Baffling" Mars Plumes are Electric | Space News
Science news headlines around the world tell of a baffling mystery on the planet Mars. In March of 2012, amateur astronomers spotted enormous plumes jetting from the Martian surface. The plumes... From: ThunderboltsProject Views: 301 157 ratings Time: 07:28 More in Education
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Interviews from Quito: Special Edition - Ecuador Jazz 2015
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March 13 2015

ODA15 // Finalistas

March 11 2015

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The 3 Biggest Myths Blinding Us to the Economic Truth

1. The “job creators” are CEOs, corporations, and the rich, whose taxes must be low in order to induce them to create more jobs. Rubbish. The real job creators are the vast middle class and the poor, whose spending induces businesses to create jobs. Which is why raising the minimum wage, extending overtime protection, enlarging the Earned Income Tax Credit, and reducing middle-class taxes are all necessary.

2. The critical choice is between the “free market” or “government.” Baloney. The free market doesn’t exist in nature. It’s created and enforced by government. And all the ongoing decisions about how it’s organized – what gets patent protection and for how long (the human genome?), who can declare bankruptcy (corporations? homeowners? student debtors?), what contracts are fraudulent (insider trading?) or coercive (predatory loans? mandatory arbitration?), and how much market power is excessive (Comcast and Time Warner?) – depend on government.

3. We should worry most about the size of government. Wrong. We should worry about who government is for. When big money from giant corporations and Wall Street inundate our politics, all decisions relating to #1 and #2 above become rigged against average working Americans.

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Willow Brugh on Distributed and Digital Disaster Response
Willow Brugh on Distributed and Digital Disaster Response
The citizen response to 2012's Hurricane Sandy was in many important ways more effective than the response from established disaster response institutions like FEMA. New York-based response... From: BerkmanCenter Views: 9 0 ratings Time: 59:29 More in Education
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March 10 2015

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Dimitris Christopoulos im Interview
Dimitris Christopoulos im Interview
Dimitris Christopoulos - professor of political science at Panteion University (Athens) und vice president at the Hellenic League for Human Rights and at the International Federation for Human... From: Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Views: 10 0 ratings Time: 13:26 More in News & Politics
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Christian Fuchs - Krise, Kommunikation, Kapitalismus
Christian Fuchs - Krise, Kommunikation, Kapitalismus
Für eine kritische politische Ökonomie der Medien und des Internets im Zeitalter von Apple, Facebook, Google und Twitter. Luxemburg Lecture von Christian Fuchs. Christian Fuchs stellt in... From: Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Views: 3 0 ratings Time: 01:07:08 More in News & Politics
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