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Ian Hutcheon tests for illegal nuclear activityTwitter’s Dumbest CelebritiesInfographic of the Day: What That Amazing Facebook Map Left OutMeet the Man Who Gave “Black Swan” WingsIBM, Telvent Teaming Up to Fight Traffic Issues for Small CitiesProject FishMap Finds Restaurants, Markets That Sell Sustainable SeafoodiFive: Bailed Assange Back to Work, Facebook’s Memories, California’s Greenhouse Gas, Virgin Aims at Orbit, Apple Leakers JailediPhone App Word Lens Instantly Translates Life Into Something AmazingInfographic: Apple’s App Store VisualizedTron: LegacyMission’s “R” Electric Racing Superbike to Make World Faster, FuriouserChinese Math, or the 1% Mistake That Cripples 100% of EntrepreneursBuy Google’s New Cr-48 Notebook for $11,100–Free Shipping!Sarajevo Virtual Museum Explores War-Time IngenuityWorld Bank Gets Into Eco Tourism With Elephant-Friendly Mozambique HotelHow to Run Better Presentations and Improve ResultsTED Fellow Seeks Collaborative “Magic” and Cancer Cure (and Might Actually Have a Shot)The Coming Decade of Radical TransparencyNASA Finds Amino Acids on Impossible Meteorite, Improves Chances E.T. ExistsSix Ways to Refuel Your Energy Every DayAmazon Brings Newspapers, Magazines to Kindle Apps, Starting With AndroidFrom the Movie Theater to the Operating Theater: 3-D Enters a Patient’s BodyMichael Vick Lesson #3: Get NoticedKeep Fast Company Free Online by Taking This SurveyWalking in a Winter Wonderfarm: Urban Farming Getaway for Kids“Underdog” Bing Talks Facebook Partnership, Google RivalryHow Would You Fix The Country?California Approves First Large Scale Cap and Trade System in the U.S.The Future of Logging In–Without PasswordsInfographic of the Day: Where Do NYC Foodies Spend Their Dough?KEEN’s Kicks Go (Really) Old School With Vintage Vulcanization MachinesHow Apple’s iPhone Widens the Trade Deficit With China (And How to Fix That)iFive: Warrantless Cell Tracking, Facebook Earns $2 Billion, Mobile Beats Mags, Dual-Core Smartphones, Stuxnet Screwed IranPolar Bears Will Survive If We Reduce CO2–But With Heavy CasualtiesWhy the Kids Don’t Blog and Grandma’s on FacebookBing to Lap Google in Making Search an App?Apple’s Mac App Store Opens January 6thSan Francisco Aims for 100% Green Power by 2020Smartphones Are Cool for Kids, Dumbphones Doomed: Global SurveyLondon’s Black Cabs Win Green Cred With New Energy Award [Video]How 23andMe Wants the Internet to Change MedicineWhy Lightspeed Invested in BonobosThe Battle for Control of Smart CitiesDuke Invites Cisco to Show ‘N’ Tell With Telepresence and New ToysFlying to Cambodia: A $1 Billion AerotropolisThe Difference Between Friends, Fans, and FollowersSchool Experiment Proves Kids Are Wicked Flu-Spreaders, Mass Vaccination RequiredAfter Touting 28-Day Advantage Over Netflix, Blockbuster Agrees to Same DelayCharlene Li on Social Technology and Open Leadership (Part 2)Bad News for Entire Solar Industry: Giant Desert Array Halted by JudgeOnes and TwosIn Online Chat-Up Lines, the Lips Have ItTop 10 Trends of 2010 Roundup: iTunes, Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, AmazonChange Generation: Emily May, Executive Director, Hollaback!Coming Soon: Bayer’s Newest Brand of Genetically Modified RiceCould Microcarbon Finance Help Eliminate Poverty?How Luxury Goods Affect the Brain and Drive More PurchasesThe 8 Coolest Holiday Pop-Up ShopsInfographics of the Day: Amid Climate Change, Some Countries Luck OutHow Multimillionaire Zita Cobb Plans to Turn a Tiny Canadian Island Into an Arts MeccaTimeline of a Bee Massacre: EPA Still Allowing Hive-Killing PesticideFor Eco-Friendly Santas: Algae Milk and Cookies50 Cent’s New Vitamin Water: 3-D SunglassesiFive: Air Force Censors News, Assange’s Trial Tweeted, Movies on Windows Phones, Twitter’s Ads, FBI Backdoors in CodeHow to Get a Limited Edition Google Chrome Cr-48 NotebookFoursquare Checkin Unlocks This Apartment Door, DIY Kits Coming SoonOnline Fast Track To China’s Luxury MarketClothes Site Moxsie Lures Future Employees With Foursquare-Style SystemDelete Button for the Internet: Tool Removes Personal Info From Google, FacebookFacebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Named Time’s Person of the Year“Turbulence,” an Interactive Movie, Coming Soon to an iPad Near YouPredicting the Growth of Your Social NetworkIreland’s Strong-Willed Entrepreneurs Find Inspiration in CrisisRetailers Push 3-D TVs on Uninterested ConsumersWhat Jack Welch Started, Jeff Immelt EndsPearls of Wisdom From Bootstrapping EntrepreneursThe 5 Most Interesting New TED Fellows: From Living Fashion to a PowerPoint KillermSpot Beats Apple to Streaming Music From Cloud to iPhonesWhy It’s Critical That You Reference Check Your VCQatar’s Solution for World Cup Housing: Cruise Ships“Turbulence,” an Interactive Movie, Coming Soon to an iPad Near YouMichael Vick Lessons #1 and #2: Guard Your Story and Pick Your PlotWanted: the Mac App that Rips Songs from YouTubeThe 2010 Black List: Hollywood’s Hottest Unproduced ScriptsYouTube, Google to Make Original Content With Acquisition of Next New Networks?Samsung Snags Willow Garage’s PR2 RobotFive Things I Learned This Year“The Mullet” Speaks: BlackBerry Owners Are More Engaged With AdsRice Husks Provide Alternative to Chinese Coal in CambodiaMake It Easier to Cut Your LossesGorillaz iPad-Made Album Available for Christmas, But Is It the First? [Video]Silicon Valley Venture Funds Head East to ChinaTwitter Raises $200 Million, Now Valued at $3.7 BillionThe Spirit of Authentic DialogueHardcore History and Modern Conspiracy: Behind the Scenes With the Writer of Assassin’s Creed: BrotherhoodFacebook and Other Sites Lift the Drawbridge in Reaction to Gawker HackEnergy Dept: U.S. Will Take 15 Years to Break Dependence on Chinese MetalsStart the New Year Off Right: Break Old HabitsYes Men Attack Apple, Advertising Special “Conflict-Free” iPhoneBen Schwegler on science behind Disney magicInfographic of the Day: The Facebook Map of the WorldChange Generation: Compass Partners Can Help College Students Become Social EntrepreneursWanted: Ink From These 10 Handmade Tattoo GunsApplied Materials and the $1.5 Billion SunFab FlameoutEnvironmental Defense Fund Is Winning Over Walmart’s Chinese FactoriesGawker, McDonald’s, DeviantART Attacks Suggest Massive Hacker Race for Glory: ExpertMTV Unveils Music Meter: A Hot 100 for the Social Media AgeiFive: Microsoft’s Slates Inbound, IBM Playing Jeopardy, Brits Back Assange, Kindle Sells Millions, Cuba’s WikipediaBetter Place and Renault Delivering 115,000 Electric Cars in 2011Gawker, McDonald’s, Walgreens Hacked: Your Questions AnsweredTwitter’s 10 Most Powerful Tweets of 2010Athlete, the Robot, Runs Like You Do – May Soon Win the Race [Video]Chevrolet Volt Hits U.S. Dealerships – Sort OfAmarillo: Hotbed of Freelancers, and Other Outsourcing Surprises From 2010Can Apple Fix Ping?China and India Race for Routes to Pakistan by Land, AirEven Santa Needs Media TrainingU.S. Marine Corps Becomes First Military Organization to Buy Smith Electric Trucks [Video]Trends in Sustainability“The Mullet” Speaks: BlackBerry Owners Are More Engaged With AdsAsian Development Bank Sinks $250 Million Into Microfinance Risk ProgramKatie Couric on Privacy and Personal BrandingTwitter, Google, Facebook’s 2010 Memes Reveal Each Site’s StrengthsThe Hiring Process Is BrokenThe 2010 Black List: Hollywood’s Hottest Unproduced ScriptsA Game Plan for Game ChangersYahoo, Nokia Ditching Staff–How the Mighty Are FallingWhat Dell Is Doing to Create Customers for LifeJ.C. Penney Opens Complete Store Within FacebookA Torn Public: To Love or Loathe Michael Vick?Should Facebook Sniff Out Terror Talk?Wake Up and Smell the TeaBusiest Mailing Day of the YearTech the Halls: The Web’s 7 Geekiest Holiday DecorationsJournalist or Terrorist? Why It Really Matters NowInfographic of the Day: Just How Unpopular is President Obama?Infographic of the Day: Tumi Transformation with SAPHow B2B PR Drives SalesHow B2B PR Drives SalesInnovation Agents: Tim Westergren, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Pandora Internet RadioHow Video Games Are Infiltrating–and Improving–Every Part of Our LivesPrepare for the Next Round of HacktivismDailyBooth’s iPhone App: Picturing the Future of Status UpdatesiFive: Gawker Hacked, WikiLeaks Rival Out, Holiday Spending Goes Digital, The Atlantic Magazine’s Money, Sports Illustrated AppJudge Dismisses Billionaire Paul Allen’s Suit Against Apple, Google, Facebook, YahooWanted: Sneakers for WinterVerizon’s Phone Sales Figures Reveal the iPhone Wound Is DeepWanted: Sustainable, Cheap Alternatives to CottonTime Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes Attacks NetflixHow Health Care Nonprofit Living Goods Learned a Lesson From Avon LadiesTimeline of Failed Predictions (Part 2)Shibumi Should Be on Your List!Senate Approves Bill Requiring Silent EVs Like Nissan’s Leaf to Make NoiseWhy Your Future Wi-Fi Router May Have a Plasma AntennaThe State of the Blogosphere 2010Beekeeper Who Leaked EPA Documents: “I Don’t Think We Can Survive This Winter”Russian Billionaire Unleashes Country’s First Hybrid VehicleTop Google Engineer: Google Instant Has No Brand BiasSix Simple Ways to Prepare for a Meeting: It’s All About ThemDeer in Headlights DieEco Specs: The Greenest Glasses on the PlanetThe New WikiLeaks Documentary: View It Here [Video]Charlene Li on Social Technology and Open Leadership (Part 1)Internet Use Explodes, Occupies As Many Hours As TVAmerican Airlines Chinese Road Less TraveledDespite Steve Jobs’ Predictions, RIM’s BlackBerry Catches Up to Apple’s iPhoneWhat Financial Freedom?