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Startup Does What LinkedIn Should Be DoingPersonalized iPad-Mag Zite Launches iPhone App, Takes On Flipboard [Video]An Office Designed To Keep Employees Working From HomeHuddle CEO Alastair Mitchell’s Secret Weapon: NaiveteMailChimp Grants Employees “Permission To Be Creative”Video Game Awards Level Up A Fading FormatA Long, Strange “Trip to the Moon”What Consumer Culture Will Look Like In 2020 (And How Brands Can Adapt)Apps For The Environment, Powered By The GovernmentMVRDV’s Winy Maas Builds 676 Lego SkyscrapersWatch “Dark Knight Rises” Trailer Here, But It’s Best In Imax, Christopher Nolan SaysThe Calls Are Coming From Inside The Game!Do These Skyscrapers Remind You Of The 9/11 Attacks? MVRDV RespondsEPA Says Fracking Might Cause PollutionInfographic Of The Day: The Mega Companies Behind 90% Of MediaBjarke Ingels Insists His Combo Trash Incinerator And Ski Slope Isn’t DeadWork Smart: Strive For Creative MeritocracyInfographic Of The Day: The Mega Companies Behind 90% Of MediaData Philanthropy: Open Data For World-Changing SolutionsLessons About Guerilla Filmmaking–And Life–From A Feature-Length Music VideoHow The Video Game Awards Are Leveling Up A Fading FormatHow Improv Everywhere Brought The Mall Santa Musical To LifeHP Keeps WebOS, Google Launches “Currents” E-reader App, Victory For Samsung Against Apple, Jawbone Offers Refund For UPLot18 Expands Wine Flash-Sale Dominance To Europe, Acquires Paris-based VinobestThe Next Great Media FormChristopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight Rises” Viewing GuideThe Art Of The Live BlogWhy Newt Gingrich And Elizabeth Warren Are So Damned PersuasiveFlavor Saviors uFlavor Refresh The Beverage Business With Billions Of Tastes, On Demand9 Steps To Quitting Your “Have To Have” Job And Pursuing Your DreamTalented Terrors, “Bless Their Hearts,” And Other Job Candidates You Should Avoid Like The Plague8 Bold Resolutions For MarketersHey Marketing Team: You’re Asking All The Wrong Questions About Your Digital StrategyThis Week In Bots: Droids, Drones, And The Future Of TelepresenceWhy In-Person Socializing Is A Mandatory To-Do ItemRichard Branson To Open Game Reserve In KenyaMarijuana Growers Are Killing The WoodsCould Better Design Reform The Banking Industry?No Joke: Here’s Ice Cube Professing His Love For The EamesesSomalia Speaks: How Al Jazeera Reports Via Text MessageNYC’s Sexy New Scaffolding Leaks On Mayor At UnveilingThe Producer Behind “Story Of Stuff” On How Marketers Can Build Real ConnectionsHow Women Are Leading The Effort To Make Robots More HumanePlugging Your Utility Bill Into Facebook To Compete With FriendsEPA Approves World’s First NanopesticideAlmost Genius: Furniture Assembly So Complicated, It Becomes A BrainteaserInfographic Of The Day: Everything About The Mobile App MarketChicago’s Plans To Become The Next Great American Biking CitySurgical Robots Suit Up For SpaceStartup Radically Reinvents The Disposable Coffee Cup, Eliminating Plastic LidsCan You Identify These Brands Without Seeing Their Names Or Logos?Meet The Man Behind “Parks & Rec” Paintings, Forks In “Twilight”Meet The Man Behind “Parks & Rec” Paintings, Forks In “Twilight”First Time Ever: Flying Robots Build 20-Foot-Tall Tower [Video]Infographic Of The Day: All About The Mobile App MarketWanted: Yearlight Calendar Unveils The Mysteries Of Dusk And DawnA Crossword Puzzle That Doubles As A QR CodeHaptic Lab Creates Quilted Maps To Turn Wayfinding PhysicalPlunging Cleavage Made As Literal As Possible In Wonderbra PromotionTwitter 3.0 Has Arrived, Somali Terrorists Launch Twitter Feed, Microsoft And GE Team Up For Health Care ITLinkedIn’s Reid Hoffman, Former Facebook VP Back New Social Network Designed To Transform EducationCable TV’s Female Execs On The Future Of TelevisionVariety Launches Fact-Checked IMDB Alternative With $1,000 SubscriptionsPlum District’s New Tech Tools Turn Stay-At-Home Moms Into Digital Era Street TeamsGeneral Mills Wants Your Ideas For Its Next Cereal Game And Cake AppAn X-Ray Machine The Size Of An iPhone That Looks Like A Star Trek TricorderRichard Branson: Screw Business As Usual, And Make Your (Huge Piles Of) Money By Doing GoodRIM’s Only Road Back: Building An iPhone KillerIn A World Where “Business As Usual” Wrecks The Planet, Companies That Do Good Will Win FinanciallyWith 2012 Sales Plans On The Horizon, A Smarter Way Of Setting TargetsLe Web Highlights Shifts In Global Startup CultureInexperience Isn’t Always A Bad ThingHow Your Dog Can Teach You To Speak To Your AudiencePlan B For Climate Change: Forget The Federal Government And Focus On CitiesXL Recordings, Where Small Is The New BigWhat Three Big EdTech Investments Say About The Future Of EducationRock Adds Ad Rock, MCA, Mike D To Its Hall Of FameBosses, Stop Caring If Your Employees Are At Their DesksInnovation’s No-Duh, No-Joke Secret Sauce: Friendship5 Things You Can Learn About Guerilla Filmmaking From Girl Walk // All DayGainesville, Florida: An Unlikely World Capital Of Solar PowerInside Blu Homes’ Prefab Home Factory Of The FutureGeneral Mills puts the call out to brainiacs with G-WIN DigitalHow Michael Acton Smith Got Out Of Perplex City And Found Moshi Monster SuccessUnilever Passes Nike To Lead List Of Climate-Change-Focused CompaniesMind-Boggling Digital Portrait Uses Video Clips As Paint [Video]Transportation Secretary Says The Volt Is Not Going To ExplodeHow Improv Everywhere Brought The Mall Santa Musical To LifeTerrifying Mountain “Refuge” Juts Out Over An Alpine CliffInfographic Of The Day: How Drunk Can You Get At Your Office Xmas Party?Where’s My Algae-Powered Car?Parsons Student Relieves The Back-Breaking Work Of Coffee PickingNo Joke: Noisezero, Eco-Friendly Headphones That Aren’t HideousThe 10 Essential Steps To Successful Social EntrepreneurshipNintendo 3DS Gets 3-D Video, Verizon Planning Netflix Competitor, Android App Store Hits 10 Billion DownloadsBox CEO Aaron Levie: To Create Something Exceptional, Do Sweat The Small StuffGoogle+ And Kabam Bring Families Together For New “Godfather” GameMicrosoft Woos Developers To The (Upcoming) Windows StoreBrands That Make Dreams Come TrueSiri, Why Can’t You Understand Me?Disrupting Democracy: Keya Dannenbaum On Her “OkCupid Of Politics” And The Future Of ElectionsIf You’re Not Sitting Where Your Customer’s Sitting, You’re Not Really Seeing Your BrandFrictionless And Merchant-Friendly, Loyalty Cloud Borrows The Square Model To Keep Customers Coming BackOn Connectors, Mavens, And Salesmen: How New Ideas Spread Like SeedsNavigating The Tricky Terrain Of Gender-Related Communication GapsMeet Google Music’s Chief Record Store Geek, Tim QuirkAmazon Kindle Will Win Thanks To Hype, Not Performance4 Ways To Maximize Your Blog’s ROILessons In Risk, Reward, And Failure From 7 Brand DisastersThere Will Be Beard: The Daniel Day-Lewis Facial Hair CorrelationTo Remain On Top, The U.S. Needs To Start Protecting Its Design IPThe Can Van Will Bring Craft Beer To The Can-Loving MassesUNStudio Plans A Gravity-Defying Watchtower Using High-Tech ConcreteThe 2012 TED Prize Goes To Cities 2.0 (No, Cities 2.0 Is Not A Person)Coming Soon: Crowdsourced TV Traffic Reports That Can Save More Gasoline, TimeWatch This Lady Make Models Of Famous Buildings Using JunkA Hand-Drawn Music Video Using Markers and Paper, 2 Months In The MakingInfographic Of The Day: A Map Of NYC’s Design Scene3 Ways To Win In A Brutal EconomyInfographic Of The Day: How Drunk Can You Get At Your Office Xmas Party?Wanted: Olloclip, A 3-in-1 Lens For The iPhoneInfographic Of The Day: A Map Of NYC’s Design Scene100% Electrique! Paris Launches World’s First Electric Car Sharing ServiceSpinlister: Peer-To-Peer Bike Sharing Gets RollingStumbleUpon’s Mobile Growth Rockets 800%; Company Unveils Major Redesign With 250 Brand PartnersOnline Stores Turn Savvy Shoppers Into Gamblers With Vegas-Style TacticsNetflix-Facebook Integration Coming, Verizon Wants Google Wallet Off The Galaxy Nexus, Ralph Lauren Puts Catalog On E-cardsGoing Boldly Where No Startup Has Gone Before, Babelverse Aims To Make The Universal Translator A RealityTo Reach Fans Through Social Music Sites, Labels Need To Learn To Let GoRoom 77 Helps Travelers Avoid Playing Room Roulette With Hotels5 Disastrous Moves That Will Botch Your PitchUnited Continental’s Jimmy Samartzis Seeks A Future With BiofuelUPDATE: Netflix-Facebook Bill Passes HouseAs Email Wheezes Toward The Grave, We Contemplate A DNRWhat Your Business Can Learn From The U.S. Debt CrisisNissan’s Leaf-Charging Wireless Pad Could Signal An Industry SurgeLiquid Comics Launches Digital Platform To Capture India’s Pop-Culture Crazed, Mobile-Connected YouthHow To Use Interactive Video To Effectively Promote Your BrandTaking Steps Toward More Energy: Sidewalks That Generate PowerA Guide To Choosing Restaurants That Treat Employees RightBeautiful Scientific Field Notes Show Why Hand Drawing Is Still NecessaryTwine, A Tiny Gizmo That Holds The Internet’s FutureCan Hip Urban Crafts Help Revitalize Rust Belt Manufacturing?The Quest For A Universal Sustainability Score For Stuff We BuyThe Power Grid Can Handle All The Wind, Solar, And Electric Cars We Throw At ItThe Case For Girls: A Mock Ad Aims To Become A Legitimate Campaign With Global ImpactSeeking A Fresh Start Abroad, Burger King Channels A Family BarbecueA New Designer Manifesto: Stop Designing Chairs!Fake Plastic Trees Evoke D.C.’s Famed Cherry BlossomsCrazy Looking Electric Car Aptera Closes DownTriton Submarines Inch Closer To The Deepest Point In The OceanThe Insane Traffic Of A Booming Asian MetropolisSoLoMo And The Future Of Mobile Technology4 Reasons Why The Future Of Capitalism Is Homegrown, Small Scale, And IndependentWild New Israeli Theater Looks Like a Cubist Boom BoxAn Interactive Table With An Elastic Touchscreen SurfaceWanted: A Kit That Lets Picky Jerks Design Their Own Damn LampsGlobal Giving Turns Evaluating Aid Into A GameSign Of The Times: John Baldessari Erects Fake $100,000 Bill At The High LineA Soundscape Built From Bouncing Cotton Balls And Cardboard Boxes [Video]Sign Of The Times: Capsule Urn, The iPod Of Funeral Home ProductsSci-Fi Robots Have A Conversation, Changing Shape As They Go [Video]Party’s Spunky Advertisement Is The Ultimate Creative DonationHertz Takes A Road Trip With Live NationMicrosoft Reveals Xbox Update, U.S. Court Rejects Apple’s Request For Galaxy Tab Ban, Syria Bans iPhonesThe Clicker’s Moment: After 60 Years, TV Remotes Get Zapped With MakeoversSkybox Imaging’s Dan Berkenstock Uses Satellites To Make Sense Of The WorldGoals: The Difference Between Success And FailureCurtis “50 Cent” Jackson Promotes New Headphones By Way Of Sean ParkerThe Pen Is Mightier Than The Phone: A Case For Writing Things OutThe Ingenious Business Model Behind Coursekit, A Tumblr For Higher Education7 Ways To Motivate Employees With Workplace FlexibilitySpotify, Android, Apple TV, And The New AppathyWould You Work For $5? 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