10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: Email Faux Pas, Japan’s Startup Culture, And More

1. You Need To See This 17-Minute Film Set Entirely On A Teen’s Computer Screen
Watch a screen on a screen in Noah, a new film that beautifully illustrates a digital generation in 17 minutes.

2. 5 Phrases You Should Never Use In An Email
Fast Company
If you want to sound like an intelligent person rather than a robot, take this advice.

3. Infographic: The Periodic Table Of Alcohol Is The Ultimate Cocktail Primer
Because if you’re going to be drinking, you might as well learn something in the process.

4. Apple’s Untold History Reveals Why The iPhone 5C Will Be In Color
It’s worth noting just how seriously Apple takes its color palette.

5. With The iPhone 5S, Apple Is Making You The Device
Apple’s fingerprint technology is the first step towards the ultimate product: iYou.

6. Why Apple’s iPhone 5C Case Is Pure Trash
Was Apple’s iPhone 5C case intentionally made ugly so consumers don’t cover up their devices?

7. I Left Google And Lived To Happily Tell About It
Fast Company
Yes, you can leave one of the world’s top companies for something better.

8. The 10 Happiest Countries In The World, And Why We’re Not One Of Them
According to the United Nations’ recently released World Happiness Report, we’re not smiling enough (but people in Denmark are).

9. The Best Wedding Party Ever, Captured At 160 Frames Per Second
How do you preserve memories in style? Slow them down.

10. Hey Japan, What’s Up With Your Startup Culture?
When Japanese hear the word entrepreneur, they think “selfish, greedy, untrustworthy criminal.” Why?

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