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    Jason Pontin, Technology Review’s Editor in Chief and Publisher, explains how and why we choose our young leaders.

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    Kati London, named to the 2010 TR35, explains how she designs games that incorporate real-world data to educate players at Area/Code’s offices in New York.

  • Fighting Disaster with Crowdsourcing

    David Kobia, the 2010 TR35 Humanitarian of the Year, explains how Ushahidi grew from a single blog post to a sophisticated online platform that can manage crises around the world.

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