Manuel Lima Visualizes Knowledge in Our Interconnected World in a Brand New RSA Animated Video

Throughout 2010 and 2011, the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA) developed a series of catchy videos that feature the words of thought leaders accompanied by the fast-moving animation of Andrew Park. Along the way, we have highlighted RSA talks by Stephen PinkerSlavoj ZizekBarbara EhrenreichDaniel PinkSir Ken Robinson, and Renata Salecl. Now, after a fairly long hiatus, the series returns — this time with Manuel Lima (senior UX design lead at Microsoft Bing) explaining how networks helps us map and create knowledge in our modern world. You can watch the full  unanimated) lecture here.

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