It’s National Robotics Week!

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British Pathé’s collection of 20th century film clips, Robots & Futurism, highlights what we humans hoped technology would do for us then: light cigarettes, open doors, and mow the lawn.

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It’s National Robotics Week!

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In Tinybop’s new app, The Robot Factory, kids create the robots of the future. During play-testing at Tinybop HQ, kids built robots that do homework, live in hotels, help people, and like to party.

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EXCERPT: Go Ahead & Like It

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Making lists of the things that we like is a meditative practice of daily gratitude. Here is how I recommend you start.

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EXCERPT: Go Ahead & Like It

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Whether Go Ahead & Like It is used as a writing prompt or a model for self-discovery, I hope readers will end up delving into the simplicities of life and finding inspiration.

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Go Ahead And Like It

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Making lists of the things that we like is a meditative practice of daily gratitude. Here is how I recommend you start.

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Go Ahead And Like It

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I want to help people connect with the details that add meaning to everyday.

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Powerful Minimalism In Storytelling

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Little Tree — exceptional, minimal, peaceful; Katsumi Komagata’s Little Tree touches on the pathos of living things and shows just how much can be done with so little, so simply. The sustaining power of paper.

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