In another one of the best speeches of the 2011 TEDxPhoenix conference, Kelli Anderson spoke of her passion for creating “disruptive wonder.” Her belief is that the world is full of order that doesn’t necessarily deserve our respect. One should look for the hidden talents of every day things and notice the ritual as it becomes empty gesture. We approach every day things with certain expectations, which led her to the creation of one of her best-known “disruptions”: The fake newspaper. In this perfectly duplicated copy of the “New York Times,” she and her team substituted real articles for utopian articles – ones that read of governments apologizing for their faults, lasting peace, and sane economic plans – and even redid the advertisements. Follow the link below for more details, pictures, and reaction footage (that’s definitely worth watching).