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Don’t be So “Fast” That You Miss This8-Bit Music Game That Savors the Passing WinterHow the Internet Creates a New Strain of DemocracyYuri Suzuki Builds Doorbell Chimes From Cookies and Glass [Video]Improving Office Life With Chic Furniture That Integrates PlantsMatthew Carter Helps Revive a Masterpiece of 16th-Century Type DesignInfographic of the Day: Who the Broadband Revolution Left BehindCoralie Bickford-Smith Shares the Inspiration Behind Her Book CoversThe Lady Gaga Effect: Pop Star’s Social Media Savvy Helps the MAC AIDS Fund Raise Millions of BucksBMW’s New Plant Built With Aging Workforce in MindiFive: Zynga’s Billions, No iPhone Mini, Gov’t vs FCC’s Net Neutral Rules, Apple App Store Bills, Facebook Hosts “Civil Union”Egypt’s New Military Rulers Launch Official Facebook Page, Attract 75,000 Fans in 24 HoursApple Patents Glowing, All-Metal Touchpads–What Wondeful Future Does New Tech Suggest?Social Network Tackable Turns Rubberneckers Into Mini Media MogulsTelekinesis 2.0What Lance Armstrong’s Retirement Means for LivestrongCan Anyone Compete With the iTunes App Store?iOS Leads Android in Mobile Ad ImpressionsJournalism Majors Beware: New Tests Hold Schools Accountable for Students’ Practical SkillsHere’s Your Chance to Advise the White House on InnovationBaked In: BranchOut Lets You Manage Your Climb Up the Ladder From Within FacebookScare Tactics: Norton’s Cybercrime Index Tracks Internet Dangers in Real-time, Frightens Old FolksCampbell’s Soup Does M’m…M’m Good!8 Questions to Help Decide If You Should be Raising Money NowSouth Korea to Invest $7.18 Billion in Smart GridFood and Energy Security Go Hand in Hand, Says UN AgencySaudi Arabia Wants Piece of $100 Billion Climate Fund for Clean Energy TransitionLeadership Hall of Fame: Stephen R. Covey, Author of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”Chevy MyLink In-Car System Transforms Your Volt Into K.I.T.T.Jordanian Health Program Connects Bedouin Mothers With MDs via TextWhy Startups Are Still Better at Attracting Rock Star TalentHow Watson’s $1 Million Jeopardy Win Helps IBM’s Other SupercomputerFluorescent Tattoo Alert! MIT’s Latest Trick for Embedded Medical SensorsGauging the Internet’s ReactionsGlobal Warming-Resistant Biofuel: AgaveU.S. Green Chamber of Commerce Wants to Be a Networking Platform for Sustainable BusinessesCricket World CupIs the World One Poor Harvest Away From Chaos?Cheap Monday’s New Office Is Fit for Modern PharaohsAn Ingenious Clock Gently Motivates Serial ProcrastinatorsInfographic of the Day: Watch Egypt’s Twitter Uprising Bloom [Video]A Chair That Loves Your Wine StainsHere’s What You Do If Locked in a Vegas Hotel With a $150K Slo-Mo Video CameraThe Tech Graveyard, Brought to You by Budget CutsThe Weirdest Google Lunar X-Prize Teams Shooting for the MoonA Youngster Breaks Into the High-End American Design Scene$100K of Free Branding Advice, in Just Three WordsiFive: Canada Hacked, Obama Meets Jobs and Schmidt, Apple Controls Touchscreen Supply, Google Music, North Korea’s Digital NewsThe Secret Service Plays Video Games to Prepare for TroubleFoursquare Talks Facebook Places, Google, and AcquisitionsBing Battles Google by Re-Designing Search“Virtual Iraq” Helps Soldiers Overcome PTSDSolar Power Comes to Saudi Arabia in a Big Way as Peak Oil LoomsMade to Give: How FEED Bags at Whole Foods Fed Rwanda’s ChildrenI-Banker Turned Environmental Activist Pumps $25 Million Into Saving South China TigersGoogle Gives More Prominence to Social SearchGoogle’s Anti-Competitive BehaviorSocial Photos: When a Picture Is Worth 140 CharactersThe Tech Sector’s Achilles HeelElectromagnetic Ray Gun Remote-Explodes IEDsWhy Watson Wagered $947, and Other Intel on the Jeopardy SupercomputerVCs and Mega Late Stage Investments, or How to Corner a MarketGlobal CSR: How You Scale Your Giving InternationallyEgypt Turns to Social Media Again, This Time to Rebrand as Tourist FriendlySolarCity Now Offering Leased Solar Panels to East Coast RooftopsMeka Robot Works Well With Others–and Is Coming to Steal Your JobUse Foursquare to Check In and Get Inspired Like CEOs of Our Most Innovative CompaniesVolcanic Magma Could Provide Geothermal EnergyHow Bill Gates’ Favorite Teacher Wants to Disrupt EducationCould Botswana Become a High Tech Hub? SHoP Architects Builds a $50m GambleU.S Soldier Uses Recycled Materials to Make Super Cool Action FiguresHow Hugh MacLeod’s “Evil Plans” Became an Illustrated Business Manifesto [Slideshow]Google Opens Up Infographic Tools for Everyone’s UseWanted? Nacho Carbonell’s LED Lamps From HellHow Bill Gates’ Favorite Teacher Wants to Disrupt Education“Selective Memory Theatre” Uses Flickr to Mimic the Brain [Video]UPDATES | ALUMNI: A Year of Ups and DownsDoing Well by Doing GoodRe: Dec. 2010/Jan. 2011Jams and Preserves With A Homemade TwistThe Best New Tools for Making Old-Fashioned Jams and PreservesObject of Desire: Naef Play Objects Bauhaus Chess SetA History Of Corporate BetrayalMarch 2011Letter From the Editor | And the Winner Is Apple!Why True Grit Matters in the Face of AdversityTravel Search Gets Convenient With HipmunkAre Silicon Valley’s Engineers Underpaid?How David van der Leer Curates the Guggenheim–and Our CitiesCoal Costs the U.S. $500 Billion Annually in Health, Economic, Environmental ImpactsiFive: Facebook Nabs Key Microsoft Exec, Google Antitrust, 4-Core Nvidia Chips, adCenter Trademark Keywords, Stuxnet and IsraeliClinton: We’re Not Hypocrites Because We Condemn WikiLeaksWeedMaps Launches Groupon for Pot, Stoners CheerFacebook, Twitter, and Foursquare Could Learn Social Responsibility From South Africa’s Social NetworkWorld Wide Wapner: JabberJury.com Is “The People’s Court” for the Facebook GenerationWhoops! Did Intel Just Leak the New MacBook Pro Design?Employ the UnemployedWith Mobile Technology Vodafone and the U.N. Improve Health in Brazil’s Remote CommunitiesCollege and Business Will Never Be the Same5 Ways Zipcast Will Turbo-Charge Your CareerPost-Apocalyptic Potatoes: Exotic Spuds Now Safeguarded in Global Seed VaultCan Google Beat Apple With Its Publisher-Friendly “One Pass” Digital Subscriptions?The 2011 Twitter Brand Bowl: And the Winners Are…Leaked Emails: Anti-WikiLeaks Security Firm Targeted JournalistsBill Clinton in Surprise Talk on Tech: It’s the Institutions, StupidLong Hours Offshore: Harsh Days at Indian Call CentersGoogle’s Eric Schmidt Reveals NFC Smartphone Plans: It’s All About AdvertisingThe Most Exciting 0.003% of Obama’s Budget: Social Impact BondsHow to Use Your Super Power for GoodTwitter Uses Role in Egypt to Underscore New Focus on PhilanthropyBieber Fever and Media MasteryWhy I Play Golf: The End ResultVodafone’s Webbox Could Bring Net to TVs in Developing NationsClimate Change Costs Could Top $8 Trillion by 2030: ReportFormer Big Mac Addict Brings Fair Trade to Organic FarmersStartup America Launches Entrepreneurial Mentor Corps for Budding Business OwnersDump Out Your Junk Drawer: EcoATM to Expand Electronics Recycling KiosksWhat We Can All Learn from Soap OperasPorsche Puts Names of 1 Million Facebook Fans on a 911Almost Genius: A Rain-Gathering Farm House for Migrant WorkersWhy Can’t Death Be Beautiful, Instead of Just Depressing? [Slideshow]Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley Picks His Favs From Mobile World CongressType Made From This Winter’s Biggest Resource: SnowInfographics of the Day: All You Ever Wanted to Know About KissingWhy Yellow + Blue Makes the Greenest Wine in AmericaWanted: A Two-in-One Table for Tiny ApartmentsInfographics of the Day: All You Ever Wanted to Know About KissingJoshua Davis Creates the Face of Watson, IBM’s Jeopardy SupercomputerInfographic of the Day: Egypt’s Protest Network, Mapped With Google PagerankChevron Fined $8 Billion for Polluting the Amazon in History-Making CaseTwitter, Translations, and the New GeopoliticsiFive: Nokia’s Plan B, iPhone 5 Rumors, GetJar’s VC Funding, AOL’s CEO Invests in AOL, Facebook on Dumbphones via Smart SIMWind-Powered Car Crosses Australia With Mobile Turbines and Lithium-Ion BatteriesMap Your Housing Search With HotPadsZuckerberg Plans Facebook on Every Phone, but Will Anyone Care?NASA’s Space-Shuttle Program EndsApple’s App Store Is Now Offering SubscriptionsArtful Intelligence: How “Smart Windows” and “Dynamic Glass” Can Save EnergyThe Secret Coke Recipe on “This American Life?” My Dad Found ThatBarcode-to-Bibliography App Makes College Ridiculously EasyGoogle Censors Its Own Education Investment in BitTorrentGiveForward Gets Cash Infusion to Help Patients Cover Medical ExpensesSometimes Your Work+Life Fit Just StinksMiami and New Orleans Could Lose 10 Percent of Their Land by 2100: StudySocial Media Does More Than Support RevolutionsScanlife Enables QR Code Reading on Any Camera Phone, Confirming QR’s FutureHow to Change Your LifeYearbook Dorks Lose Iron Grip on Content With Customizable, Crowdsourced BooksWhy China Should Fear the Egyptian RevolutioniPad Faces Cheap, Powerful Competition From AsiaThe Business Trifecta and the Secret formula for Media SuccessSpurring Business on a Snow DayWill Green Nukes Save the World?Global CSR: Why Your Giving Scales InternationallyLeaked Documents Uncover Energy Companies Spying on ActivistsEV Early Adopters: Hybrid-Heavy Cities to Lead the WayNiche Daily Deal Sites Offer New Opportunities for Small BusinessesSwiss Ski Lodges for Heidis Who Love Bucky Fuller [Slideshow]Fast Food Redemption: McDonald’s Execs Launch Health Food ChainA Rebranding Concept That Could Make Ladies Love Car AccessoriesTypography Captures the Essence of Four Great Cities [Video]The Science of KissingTalent’s Not Enough: How Tyler Hays Created an Indie Furniture EmpireInfographic of the Day: Marriage Is (Still) a Dying InstitutionInfographic of the Day: Marriage Is (Still) a Dying InstitutionImpossible Penrose Triangle: Now Possible With 3-D Printing? [Updated]The Case for GenerosityApple’s iPad Officially Passes the Higher Education Test [Exclusive]How I Beat IBM’s Watson at Jeopardy (3 Times!)Sumatra Showdown: Why a Former Greenpeace Activist Is Now Backing a Controversial Paper CompanyiFive: PS2 Still Selling, Adobe’s Tablet Plans, YouTube Supports 3-D, Zynga Worth $8 Billion?, Martian AstronautsThe Startup Genome Project: Decoding Silicon Valley’s DNAComparing the iPhone’s Three Hottest Rivals: Samsung, Sony, and HPHow Kinoma Play’s Smartphone Interface Makes Multitasking More Extreme (and Maybe Even More Fun)The Google Instant Blacklist: Why Google Censors BitTorrent, Not Pirate Bay, XunleiNational Donor DayCould Charles Manson Friend You on Facebook?No Ghost in the Machine: The Case for a Social Renaissance, Part 2Looking to Realize Dreams in India, With New Business ModelsApple’s iPhone Mini Rumors: Why They Now Make SenseThe Age of Personal Public Relations, for Green Businesses and Everyone ElseGoogle’s E-Valentine Suits Geeks in Love and Creeps AlikeThe Ad GameTwitter Trends Driven Mostly by Mainstream MediaPorsche Previews the Flashy All-Electric Boxster EKeeping Up With the KardsHeart Attack or Vicious Burrito? Embedded Sensor KnowsGlobal Pneumonia Vaccination Campaign Gets the Gates Foundation Treatment TodayIdeo’s David Kelley on Love and MoneyInnovation Agents: Jessamyn Rodriguez of Hot Bread KitchenHow Long Will This Take? 3 Steps to Being a Better Judge of TimeShrinking Demand: Help Google Fight Against Content Farms, eHowExactly What Role Did Social Media Play in the Egyptian Revolution?China’s Crime-Fighting Microblog Gets Celebrity SupportThe Right to Be ForgottenEnterprise C-Suites and Board Members Threatened by Social BusinessContaminated Sediments Turned Into Safe Construction MaterialsThe Passive Search Conversation Rate and the Value of “Free” Media