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The following books have inspired our thinking for the film Four Horsemen and the accompanying book Four Horsmen:The Survival Manual.

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Mark Braund tells us about his new novel, a political thriller entitled The Blueprint, which has just been published.

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Western’s are dead – long live the Western!

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The PICNIC 2012 series. We speak to Daan about claiming his space between autonomy and interaction, beauty and bullshit and soft & hard capital of art.
The PICNIC 2012 series. We speak with Louisa Heinrich. In the current era of techology, data and humanilty what does it mean to truly ‘own’ our quantified selves?
PICNIC, together with its partners and friends, has investigated what “New Ownership” means and what new opportunities it offers for our personal lives, society, businesses and planet. We meet with the organisers and see how they approached this years festival.

The PICNIC 2012 series. The Renegade Economist speaks with Tim O'Reilly, from O'Reilly Media about the emerging 'sharing economy' and his thoughts on the future shape of economics.

James Robertson has been described as the ‘grandfather of green economics’; he might equally be called the father of Renegade Economics: over the last three decades nobody has been more eloquent or straightforward in their advocacy of a new economic order.

This chart tells millions of stories. I’m trying to get my head around its implications.
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