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  • 11.01.05

Datebook

Critical calendar listings for November.

November 4

Computer-animated Chicken Little, the first truly three-dimensional film, opens today in 100 theaters across the country, courtesy of Disney, ILM, and Dolby Labs. You still wear glasses, but not the dorky paper red-and-blue jobs.

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November 11

PodKive, Podvertiser, and Podblaze–they’ll be among the emerging “iPod economy” players at the two-day Portable Media Expo & Podcasting Conference in Ontario, California. Find out why NASA’s is the year’s hottest podcast, and learn how to prevent dreaded podcast backfire.

November 11

Yoga, wheatgrass . . . now, add the Creativity Workshop to your Treo to-do list. Exercises in guided visualization, storytelling, free-form writing, and photography at this four-day NYC creativity-fest promise to free your problem-solving chakra.

November 21

Bohos trapped between boring gray dividers can jaunt down to Longboat Key, Florida, for Discovering Design, Herman Miller’s traveling exhibit of mid-20th-century industrial furniture–before cubes ruined everything. It offers new twists on old faves like Noguchi and Aalto.

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Danielle Sacks is an award-winning journalist and a former senior writer at Fast Company magazine. She's chronicled some of the most provocative people in business, with seven cover stories that included profiles on J.Crew's Jenna Lyons, Malcolm Gladwell, and Chelsea Clinton.

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