Just because we are all digital it doesn’t mean we don’t like books. Quite the opposite, we love love love books. And what we love even more is stumbling upon treasures like this: the Library of Congress’ collection of rare classic children’s books… online! Those wonders are just a click…

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A year and a half ago, we started working on Timbuktu, the iPad magazine for parents and children. We launched two issues (one from Milan and one from San Francisco), worked with an international network of artists and got featured by newspapers around the world and by Apple in the…

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This short video explores how pipelines are used in our everyday life, it’s directed by Daniel Gies and it was produced by the Science Alberta Foundation, that is also the winner of 2012 Bessie Award (Best Education Software). Their other videos “Do you know what Nano means?” and “What to…

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Scenes from an incubator (Adventures of an Italian team at 500 Startups) Four weeks ago we got started at 500 startups. It’s called an accelerator program and the name is really well deserved because you feel that they actually put a rocket in your company. The network of people that…

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David Doubilet is a very special photographer. He takes pictures underwater. Actually, let’s be exact: he takes the most incredible uderwater pictures we have ever seen. To us, these pictures look like they were taken in a dream. Like this one:

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Infinity is perhaps the most mind-boggling concept. That the universe never ends, that you can keep on counting forever and there would always be one more number: these are unimaginable thoughts that stretch the mind and make the head spin. It’s fascinating and makes you feel very, very small. This…

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The New York Times announced an amazing new feature for kids. Every day or so they will ask children in the audience to render a current event in pictorial form and submit it to the newsroom. The best drawings will then be presented in a gallery on the NYT website. The first…

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