1. GRID 2011 Jake Ward "Three Things That Will Change Your Life"

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    Popular Science's West Coast Bureau Chief explains how satellites, industrial chemistry and quantum computing will change our lives.

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    • GRID11 Highlights

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      Highlights from GRID11 – it takes courage was the theme, and the talks highlighted a wide range of what courage is. Get a taste of what it was to be at GRID11. To learn more about GRID, please visit www.bonniergrid.com.

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      • Anna Järvinen at GRID11

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        Listen to Anna Järvinen sing "En sommardag som stängs av" and "Ruth" at GRID11. Shy, with hubris – that's Anna Järvinen in her own words. It would also be an adequate description of her songs. On the cover of her new, widely acclaimed album Anna själv tredje (Anna Herself the Third) she poses as the Virgin Mary, Mary's mother Anna, and Baby Jesus all at once. She lives in Stockholm, but her childhood in Finland lets Järvinen's lyrics run free in the open space between Finnish and Swedish. It seems this language teacher's fragile voice might break at any second, but the imprint it leaves is anything but modest. To learn more about GRID, go to bonnier.com/grid

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        • Anna Järvinen: Vals för Anna

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          Listen to Anna Järvinen sing "Vals för Anna" at GRID11. Or listen to "En sommardag som stängs av" and "Ruth" at vimeo.com/bonnier/grid11-anna-jarvinen-2

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          • Jeppe Wikström: A Day in the World | GRID11

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            A Day in the World will be a massive snapshot of contemporary human life, and the largest single-day photographic project in history. No place, person, thing or act will be irrelevant when photographers in every corner of the world simultaneously pick up their cameras. The project's driving spirit is photographer and publisher Jeppe Wikström. His career began as a lucky mistake, when at the age of 14, he applied to be a reporter at the Bonnier paper Expressen, but was handed a camera instead. Jeppe was one of the speakers at GRID11. To learn more about grid, go to bonnier.com/grid

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            • Kai-Uwe Bergmann: Yes Is More | GRID11

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              In combining playful and practical, Kai-Uwe Bergmann’s Copenhagen-based architecture firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) has created courageous and provocative architecture all around the world. Led by the idea of “hedonistic sustainability” one of their latest projects is a waste management plant doubling as a ski slope, using smoke rings as tell-tale signs to increase environmental awareness. Bergmann is a man who knows how to think BIG. Kai-Uwe was one of the speakers at GRID11. To learn more about GRID, check out bonnier.com/grid

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              • Kiran Bedi: Yes Madam, Sir | GRID11

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                Known in India as one of the toughest and highest-ranking police officers and recipient of the Asian Nobel Peace Prize, Kiran Bedi has spent her life fighting corruption and demanding social change. Alongside Anna Hazare, a Gandhi-like 74-year-old man who staged a hunger strike in protest of the government’s stand on corruption, Kiran Bedi has become a leading figure in what’s being called the Indian Spring. Summoned to parliament to apologize and explain why she had insulted parliamentarians, she couldn't make it to Stockholm. Instead she sent this video. Kiran was one of the speakers at GRID11. To learn more about GRID, check out bonnier.com/grid

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                • Rolv Erik Ryssdal: Courage in Oslo | GRID11

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                  When the terror bomb went off in the government quarters of Oslo, the editorial office of the newspaper Verdens Gang was blown out and quickly relocated to the headquarter of the owners, Schibsted. Norwegian Rolv Erik Ryssdal is the CEO of Schibsted, Bonnier’s fierce competitior on the Scandinavian media market. Previously the head of two of Scandinavia’s best selling tabloids, VG in Norway and Aftonbladet in Sweden, Ryssdal believes in the printed newspaper and is also committed to the Schibsted group taking a lead in the online classified market. Rolv Erik was one of the speakers at GRID11. To learn more about GRID, check out bonnier.com/grid

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                  • David Romanelli: In a Moment | GRID11

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                    Wine and chocolate may not be the typical yoga diet, but in the classes of American yoga teacher David Romanelli, tastings play a vital part. He has become famous for his unconventional way of combining yoga with the mindful enjoyment of all the senses. In a world where we watch the news while eating, eye our email while conversing, and only look at the full moon through our iPhone cameras, he offers an alternate way of life. Yeah Dave's Guide to Livin' the Moment is an American bestseller. David was one of the speakers at GRID11. To learn more about GRID, check out bonnier.com/grid

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                    • Kathryn Schulz: Is it Wrong to be Wrong? | GRID11

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                      Wrong is something most people hate to be. Journalist Kathryn Schulz has spent the last five years thinking about being wrong, and why it might not be such a bad thing after all. In her book Being Wrong she travels through medicine, politics, literature and crime to explore what it is to be wrong, what we can learn from it, and how we can challenge our own sense of rightness. This world-leading wrongologist writes for TIME, Slate, the New York Times Magazine, and Rolling Stone magazine. Kathryn was one of the speakers at GRID11. To learn more about GRID, check out bonnier.com/grid

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