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  • 03.19.12

The 10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week

Catch up on the stories people were clicking, reading, sharing, tweeting, Facebooking, pinning, and more–from the Fast Company network.

This week’s top 10 features some valuable advice on how to choose a job, and how to leave it later. Fast Company readers also went crazy for beautiful pictures, slide shows, and design this week. This is without a doubt our most visually stunning top 10 yet. Enjoy.

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Kerrin Sheldon outlines why choosing a startup might be better for your career and personal development.

iTunes

Kit Eaton digs deeper into the Netflix and iTunes partnership to unearth Apple’s payment revolution plans.

Infographics

Suzanne LaBarre has compiled a veritable feast for the eyes. Enjoy.

Khan iPad

Khan Academy enters the iPad world with a powerful new app. Check it out to see how Khan is innovating online education.

Don Draper

Nidhi Subbaraman presents the most intriguing quitters, both real and imagined.

Mersey Beatles

Amber Mac outlines how not to leave your job. Keep it classy, New York.

PowerPoint Glass

With the rise in infographic popularity, Visual.ly aims to make beautiful data representations accessible to all.

High Line

Suzanne LaBarre gives us a glimpse into some of the fantastic design and landscape features of the final High Line phase.

Coffee

Ariel Schwartz makes the case for breaking out of your cubicle. Your boss might even thank you.

Yoda

Check out some of the coolest and most outrageous Star Wars art around. No Jar Jar Binks. I promise.

danah boyd

Amber Mac’s interview with danah boyd was the most-watched video this week. Check it out for some email strategy/psychology.

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