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Working in Your Skivvies Might Be For YouQualcomm’s Low-Power “Mirasol” Cell Phone Displays Coming Stateside This YearUniversal Fiber Rescues Your Old Carpets From LandfillsField Notes – June 2009Resume Writing Tips for SuccessMaking the Most Out of a RejectionA Prescription For Doing Good – Pfizer’s New Ethonomic Treatment PlanTechnology: The Wild Green YonderGenomatica: Green and Profitable Chemistry with MicrobesThe Coda: A Mid-Sized Electric Volt Competitor Made in ChinaSolarix Sustainer: A Biodiesel Conversion System for the SurvivalistRoadmap for Recovery: Five Ways to Help Your Company Survive NowAl Gore: Oil “Junkie” America Needs Third World HelpA Sink That Doubles as a DishwasherDo You Obey Design Rules?Sony Ericsson Releasing Phones Made From CD Cases and Water Bottles15 British Design Stars Create Concepts for a Better LondonOh, the Places You’ll Go in Lorax Motor’s Solar TricycleDesign Roundtable: How Have Cell Phones Changed Our Behavior?The Standard Hotel’s Stunning Video Collage of Heaven and HellBuy in May and Go Away!Weathirization Barnraisings? Why Not?Bings $100 Million Ad Budget: A Lesson in Convincing VS EngagingThe 29 Best Buildings in Los AngelesYouth: A Disadvantage in Today’s Job Market?Energizer Solar Chargers Juice Up Portable ElectronicsThe Check-out of the Future: Fewer Humans, More Phones [video]An Innovation Lesson from Politics?More on Earnings in Nontraditional JobsTapping Into The Innovation Information EcosystemPositive People, Lifelong Learning and SuccessThe 10 Commandments, in TXT Spk: #3: No OMGsSony, Microsoft Motion Controls Will Beat Wii at Its Own GameSafari Is Junk, But Still Users GrowWorld Pork ExpoWork/Life: Whole-Body Scanners Aren’t a Peep ShowNew Meadowlands Stadium Will Be Blueprint for Sports Venues EverywhereDespite Wobbly Launch, Bing Will Steal Users From GoogleFive Days to New iPhone: Rumor Round-UpProfessor Copies the Inner Ear, Invents a Tiny Universal Radio ChipAttract the Right Type of Followers with a Balanced Twitter FeedCarGo Concept Is Compact Meets Pick-Up Meets Transformer AutobotOracle Considering a Sun Netbook, No JokeYouTube XL Lives for Your HDTVDell Now Gets Over a Quarter of Its Electricity From Renewable SourcesMicrosoft’s Dumb New Name for NetbooksGenomatica Figured Out How to Make Spandex From Sugar CaneThe Slick New Ads in iPhone OS 3.0Palm Pre Review Roundup: Why They Love It, Why It Might Not Beat the iPhoneSony’s Long List of Format Failure, From Betamax to MemoryStick MicroMicrosoft Launches Bing Travel Search, We Take It For a RideEcoGyzer Makes Fuel-Efficient Driving EasyIntel Buys Wind River, Wants More Intel Inside Your Mobile DevicesAn Open Letter to GM CEO Fritz Henderson on Day OnePublic Relations: Call off the UndertakersWhat Not to Wear If You Want to Dress for SuccessTEAM: TOGETHER EVERYONE ACHIEVES MIRACLESWhat Will Happen to the Chevy Volt Now That GM Is Bankrupt?Hara Software Helps Large Organizations Make Small FootprintsResearchers Invent Eye-Tracking Eyeglass Display, Star Trek-StyleDouble Take Design: The Return of Trompe L’oeilElectronic Entertainment Expo (E3)Three Ideas for Creating a Zero-Impact City Block in DallasWatch This High-Res OLED Screen Flex, Think of the Bendy Gadgets to FollowToshiba NB205 Kills the Netbook, But in a Good WayThe Real American Auto IndustryApple Won’t Sue Palm Over iTunes Syncing–There’s No NeedLiquidnet: Excellence Award for Innovative CSR/Philanthropy and CEO LeadershipHow to Subscribe to Fast Company’s NewslettersFive Stylish Ways to Reuse Your Grey WaterShawn Baldwin from CMG interviews David Thomson the best selling author of Blueprint to a BillionQuirky: A Crowd-Sourced Way to Produce Your DesignsWhat Is Sugar, Inc. and Why Is It Worth $31M in VC Funding?An Ethics Pledge for MBAsHands on With Hulu DesktopHow to Conjure Water From Thin AirLiving for Social Networks, LiterallySubscribe to Fast Company Today, Your First Issue Ships TomorrowCall the Mission: A Lesson In Ethical Leadership with a Nod to Dan ArielyGoogle Releases New PowerMeter ImagesSony Impresses, Nintendo Disappoints at E3Stop Being So Shallow—Use Your Dirty Past to Give Your Book DepthHelp Michigan: Buy What They are Going to MakeEden Project’s Geothermal Plant Could Power 10% of British HomesMachine Turns Boring Office Memos Into What They Should Be: Toilet PaperTokyo for the glare of the television skyTest-Driving the Latest High-Tech Office Chairs [video]Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and CharismaTop 5 Unconventional Brand CampaignsThe Most Creative People in Business: Top 10 Lists by IndustryNews Flash From the Future: What Will Journalism Look Like?Nova Spivack’s Twine Is Red-HotInside MAYA Design’s Innovation Boot Camps5 Ways Big Business Weathers the Economic StormCan Contemporary Design Make Harris Tweed Cool Again?High-Design Public Bus? Maybe in LondonSensFloor Makes Sidewalks SmarterFeedbackLetter From the Editor: Think Randomly, Execute StrategicallyContributorsBiofuels Take FlightHow to Overcome Infatuation and Make the Hard SellThe Apple Wannabes: Dell, Microsoft, Pepsi, and GoogleWhy It May Be Wiser To Hire People Without Meeting ThemTalk Is CheapWorld Food Business Summit Leaders Dish Future TrendsFast Company Recommended Events June 2009Cisco’s Web Engine: A Growth MachineIs Sustainability Scalable? A Visit to the IceStone HeadquartersHere Comes the Bridal BusinessMortgage Madness Inspires Two New BooksWhy Design Still Has Such Limited Corporate Impact–and What to Do About ItPay With Facebook? No Thanks.How Much Would You Pay Your Doctor to Tell You to Behave?Oscar the Grouch’s BirthdayMicrosoft’s Bing Search Arrives Early, and ImpressesBamboo Living’s School is Earthquake and Hurricane SafeThe Silent, Fan-Free Future of Laptop Cooling?Seven Days to New iPhone: Rumor Round-UpMercedes Benz’s Latest Bike Folds Two WaysE-Ink’s Sale Clears Path for Color Kindle in 2010Pimp My Molar! Print My Book! Two 20-Year Technology “Overnight Successes,” Finally AvailablePSP Go Leaks, Looks Like MYLO Media Player Minus UMDVolvo Launching Plug-In Hybrid With a Twist: Diesel PowerGRID-IT Laptop Case Organizes Your Electronics EffortlesslyMicrosoft Brings Social Networking and 3-D Motion Capture to Xbox 360Fluid Studio talking Twitter—featured on CBS affiliate KUTV Channel 2 in Salt Lake City, UtahWant to Network in Southern California? 2 Organizations to KnowHow to Build an Engaging Video Library for your CustomersBusiness People Interested in Nonprofit Boards: Up or Down In This Economy and Post-Madoff?Don’t get “ism’d” away from your goals!IBM Breaks Ground On $12.4 Million, Super Energy-Efficient Data CenterEPEAT-for-TV: A New Environmental Standard for TVsMore Funding, PleaseTo Tweet or Not to Tweet?Nine Stylish Ways to Banish Powercord ClutterCan a Building Make You Happy?Six Ways to Avoid Landing in the Product Failure BinThe Puzzle Switch and Five Other Low-Tech Designs That Increase Energy AwarenessJay Leno’s Last Tonight ShowProject FROG’s Green Modular School of the FutureWould You Work in an Office Building Made of Shipping Containers?The UAE’s Not Dead Yet: Three Stunning Buildings Near Completion [UPDATED]Zipcar Takes Its Ads to the Streets–LiterallyComing Soon: Open Green Map’s Google Mashups