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Feedbag: Tate Modern's Happy Clouds, Ed Ulbrich at TED and Spike Jonze on the couch

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  • Times are tough all over and it can be hard to decide just how to cheer people up. Artist Stuart Semple decided to release 2057 smiley faced clouds into the sky over London. (Thanks, Today and Tomorrow.)

  • Sure it was three hours long and a tad reminiscent of a guy named Gump, but whatever your thoughts on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, one thing is indisputable -- the effects were some serious top shelf work. Here, Digital Domain head honcho explains the technology behind aging Mr. Pitt backwards.

  • Even when followed around by a New Yorker reporter, Jonze takes some time to talk to Crailtap about life, business and armpit hair.
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