1. "Google Autocompletes The World's Opinion Of Women--And It's Not Pretty"
The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women uses Google's autocomplete feature to show sexist attitudes hiding in plain sight.
2. "This Map Shows What Every Country Leads The World In And It's Not Entirely Flattering"
With the help of this map, we now all know Mongolia leads the world in velociraptor bones.
3. "This High-Tech Underwear Keeps Your Farts From Smelling"
Perhaps the most revolutionary product of the year has arrived: underwear that stops your farts from smelling.
4. "All Of The Ways Apple's New Free Mac OS Hurts Microsoft Windows"
The latest version of Mac OS X is free for all Mac users. Windows 8.1 still costs more than $100. What's it all mean?
5. "The Best CEO-Designer Duos, Part II"
We take you from AirBnB and Facebook to J.Crew and Warby Parker for the most dynamic design partnerships shaping today's most innovative companies. Check here for part one.
6. "How Apple Created The Lightest iPad Yet"
Lighter, fast, stronger: How Apple delivered the iPad we've deserved all along.
7. "Inspiration From Pinterest For Offices That Stir Creativity"
Unfortunately, your office will probably never be as cool as Pinterest's. That doesn't mean you can't learn something from it though.
8. "A Scientific Guide To Writing Popular--And Sharable--Headlines For Twitter, Facebook, And Your Blog"
What words are we attracted to on Twitter? Why are we drawn to images on Facebook? All this, and the secrets behind writing perfect, irresistible headlines.
9. "Take An Eerie, Photoshopped Look At How Leonardo DiCaprio And Other Celebrities Will Age"
A contest on image site Worth1000.com gives us a peek at how some of the biggest names in music, movies, and television will look as senior citizens.
10. Is Bribery The Future Of Digital Dating?
Is new app Carrot Dating a sexist, shallow, prostitution app, or is it really all that different from the real world?
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