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It's no surprise appearance by Daft Punk at your neighbor's Bat Mitzvah, but scan the March issue's table of contents and you'll see reason for giddy abandon. Content from our first all-digital issue will be arriving all this week, so stay tuned, but today check in with R/GA's Nick Law as he writes about the Next Creative Revolution, read profiles of innovators like Flash developer Eric Jordan, the gurus behind Processing and NYC shop Honest. Lastly, set aside twenty minutes to read our Futurama feature, a digital Poor Richard's Almanack if Ben Franklin were 18 of today's top interactive players involved in a flourishing love affair with the Internet.