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Text by Maria Popova; artwork by Len Kendall; photography by James Duncan Davidson / TED

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Text by Maria Popova; artwork by Len Kendall

After a riveting first day, day two of TEDGlobal opened with a talk by Global Voices founder Ethan Zuckerman, who offered as much a bold case for globalization as he did a cautionary tale of the implicit hazards in it. Zuckerman pointed to "imaginary cosmopolitanism"—our tendency to think we know what's happening all over the world, while in actuality we're presented with a media-framed sliver of that reality—as a dangerous delusion driven by media's continued failure to reflect an increasingly global and connected world.

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The Decade in Culture

Ten years of trucker hats, bad TV, and social media. It's been a colorful decade in culture. Green became the new black, black...

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