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Bulletins about the book, the blog, Warren, and questioning in general.

Google and “beautiful questions”

Google and “beautiful questions”

“You should sue Google!” That half-joking suggestion was from a friend who’d seen a new TV ad for Google—a 1-minute ode to the power of a question.

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“Today, we can’t afford to become adults”

“Today, we can’t afford to become adults”

MIT’s Joichi Ito’s thoughts on change, questioning, and childlike wonder

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Visualizing questioning

Visualizing questioning

A new art form is flourishing—the art of visualizing talks. See how some skillful visual notetakers have made art out of my beautiful questions presentations.

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Want to change your life? Start with this “small” question

Want to change your life? Start with this “small” question

One question could help you make simple, but meaningful, improvements in your work and life. Interviews with authors A. J. Jacobs and Caroline Arnold.

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These three questions can help you tackle any problem

These three questions can help you tackle any problem

Asking the right questions, at the right time, can help you begin to tackle problems and guide you toward a solution.

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Things I learned about my book from Amazon

Things I learned about my book from Amazon

For an author, Amazon.com holds an undeniable fascination. There, all on one page, is a microcosm of your “product”—particularly what your readers think of your book.

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How much is this amazing app worth?

How much is this amazing app worth?

This app isn’t a recent product from a sexy new startup, but tons of kids are using it every day. A blogshare to give you the good news about it.

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The Rubik’s Cube: A question waiting to be answered

The Rubik’s Cube: A question waiting to be answered

A great Google video about nurturing the next generation of “scientists, engineers, artists, designers, inventors, or something no one’s ever been before… but you can bet we’re going to need.”

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Stephen Tobolowsky: “Improvisation works because it’s about the leap and not about the landing.”

Stephen Tobolowsky: “Improvisation works because it’s about the leap and not about the landing.”

Actor Stephen Tobolowsky on how asking questions helps you get to the truth of any situation and the importance of improv training for real life.

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