99% Invisible

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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we’ve just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org. A proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.

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99% Invisible

Roman Mars
101 183- Dead Letter Office2015-09-30 03:21:36
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102 182- A Sweet Surprise Awaits You2015-09-23 04:00:18
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103 181- Milk Carton Kids2015-09-15 23:17:08
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104 180- Reefer Madness2015-09-09 04:00:13
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180- Reefer Madness

There are around 6,000 cargo vessels out on the ocean right now, carrying 20,000,000 shipping containers, which are delivering most of the products you see around you. And among all the containers are a special subset of temperature-controlled units known … Continue reading ?…read more

105 179- Bathysphere2015-09-02 04:00:21
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106 178- The Great Restoration2015-08-26 05:45:14
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107 177- Lawn Order2015-08-19 04:00:02
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108 176- Hard to Love a Brute2015-08-12 03:46:17
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109 175- The Sunshine Hotel2015-08-05 04:03:09
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110 174- From the Sea, Freedom2015-07-29 04:01:49
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111 173- Awareness2015-07-22 03:51:44
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112 172- On Location2015-07-15 03:01:16
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113 171- Johnnycab (Automation Paradox, Pt. 2)2015-07-01 06:58:56
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114 170- Children of the Magenta (Automation Paradox, pt. 1)2015-06-24 00:13:13
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115 169- Freud’s Couch2015-06-17 05:55:27
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116 168- All In Your Head2015-06-10 07:57:45
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117 167- Voices in the Wire2015-06-03 03:08:27
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118 166- Viva La Arquitectura!2015-05-27 04:21:10
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119 165- The Nutshell Studies2015-05-20 04:47:53
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120 164- The Post-Billiards Age2015-05-13 04:33:18
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