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The Most Influential Women in Technology 2011 – BrainiacsAs Farming Gets More Efficient, We Need It To Do The OppositeCan Fracking Really Bring Us 100 Years Of Gas?Fog Harvesting Projects Hit The Big TimeAnonymous Grabbed Credit Card Info In Stratfor Hack, China Steps Into Web Security, RIM’s Shrinking Smartphone Market SliceThe Spinning Computer Disk Grinds To A HaltThe Best And Worst Of Everything In 2011: A Mega, Meta MashupFast Company’s 2011 China Project: An IntroductionAuthenticity Vs. Perfection: How To Brand Like A Rock StarAttention Business Owners/Aspiring Authors: How To Have A Great Relationship With Your PublisherRIM’s Nonsensical YearHow The NHL’s John Collins Is Creating A Nation Of Passionate PuckheadsThis Year In BotsThe Envy Effect: How Friendly Competition Spurs InnovationWhat LeBron James Can Teach Us About Personal BrandingKleiner Perkins Invests In SoundCloud, Google Testing A New Homepage, January Apple Event In NYC?The 7 Greatest Communication Successes Of 20112011 Photos Of The YearMini Keeps It Brief With Six-Word SpotIt’s Full Of Stars: Behind Tom Lowe’s Stunning TimeScapesIMAX CEO Gelfond On “Ghost Protocol” And The Future Of BigThe Year In EdTech TrendsThe Next Global Economy Asks Companies To Create More Than Just ProfitHelping Intrapreneurs Break Free Of The Sustainability “Ghetto”Photo Issue 2011: Boing Boing’s Founders, Shot By Glen WexlerPhoto Issue 2011: The Twitter Bird Comes To LifePhoto Issue 2011: YouTube Is Blown AwayPhoto Issue 2011: Groupon’s Andrew Mason, Shot By Saverio TrugliaPhoto Issue 2011: SynCardia’s Artificial HeartPhoto Issue 2011: Zynga CEO Mark PincusPhoto Issue 2011: The Chocolate Industry Of AfricaPhoto Issue 2011: Morgan Spurlock, Shot By Erin Patrice O’BrienPhoto Issue 2011: Carrots A La Junk FoodPhoto Issue 2011: SodaStream Stands TallPhoto Issue 2011: Wuwucun Neighborhood In Shenzhen, ChinaPhoto Issue 2011: A Home In China, Shot By Mark LeongPhoto Issue 2011: Home In Wuwucun, ChinaPhoto Issue 2011: Chief Almir Of The SuruiPhoto Issue 2011: White House Chef Sam Kass, Shot By Michael LewisPhoto Issue 2011: Conan O’Brien, Shot By Matthias ClamerPhoto Issue 2011: Conan As The Great Creatives In HistoryPhoto Issue 2011: Ticketmaster’s Nathan Hubbard, Shot By Benjamin LowyPhoto Issue 2011: Marketer Colin Spooner, Shot By Jason MadaraPhoto Issue 2011: Afghanistan Goes SolarPhoto Issue 2011: Israel, Land Of Oil And MoneyPhoto Issue 2011: David Lauren, Shot By Francois DischingerPhoto Issue 2011: Exercises At China’s Second High SchoolPhoto Issue 2011: NeuroFocus CEO A.K. Pradeep Gets In Your HeadPhoto Issue 2011: Bill Moggridge At The Museum, Shot By Joao CanzianiPhoto Issue 2011: Jeanne Gang At Chicago’s Lincoln Park ZooPhoto Issue 2011: Scott Wilson, Shot By Jeff MintonPhoto Issue 2011: Medical Lessons In HaitiPhoto Issue 2011: Phillip Lim, Shot By Jake ChessumPhoto Issue 2011: Lexus’s Jump Into Web ContentPhoto Issue 2011: Entrepreneur Bill Nguyen, Shot By Mark MannPhoto Issue 2011: The Working Woman Doing Her PartPhoto Issue 2011: Rabbit Ears, The Better To Hear You WithPhoto Issue 2011: Applause For NetflixPhoto Issue 2011: The iPod Goes Down In FlamesPhoto Issue 2011: Train WaitingPhoto Issue 2011: Under ConstructionPhoto Issue 2011: Olde ComputerPhoto Issue 2011: Tomato BattlePhoto Issue 2011: Sunshine SoldierPhoto Issue 2011: Marie Antoinette At Her LeisurePhoto Issue 2011: Rhino DropPhoto Issue 2011: Old FriendsPhoto Issue 2011: Design Of The DeadAmazon’s Kindle Hits And Misses, Tumblr Expands In-House Content, Apple Dominates WSJ’s Most-Read ListPhoto Issue 2011: A Green GraveBuilding A Startup That Can Punch Above Its Weight–And WinWater Cannons! 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Fighting Somali Pirates With SciencePhoto Issue 2011: Kids TodayPhoto Issue 2011: On The JobSpam, Spam, Spam, Spam, Product Spam, Spammity-SpamPhoto Issue 2011: Swimming PartyPhoto Issue 2011: Nihiru Necklace Made Of Bone And Ivory10 Resolute Ideas To Start Your New YearPhoto Issue 2011: Give Peace A ChanceWhat Timothy Leary Can Teach Us About Enjoying The HolidaysPhoto Issue 2011: Dark DuelNew Year’s Resolutions: Four Steps To Becoming A Better LeaderWhen Cherubs Go Bad: Mean Girls And Boys Sing The ClassicsHalf The Sky: Games For Change In The Developing WorldArgentina Bans BlackBerry And iPhone Sales, This Christmas In Smartphones, Google Ticks Off Travel SitesMarketing Lessons From The Grateful Dead’s ReincarnationSamsung’s iPad Cloning WaysShai Reshef On Educating The WorldTop Corporate Sustainability Trends To Watch In 20128 Essential Business Rules For Those Who Don’t Believe In RulesNFC’s Stuttering StartLoans, Relays, And The Power Of Community: How RelayRides Uses Technology For Social GoodOpen Source Apps that Make Facebook BetterWork Smart: The Power Of CirclesResearchers, Software Engineers Team Up To Create Virtual World For Sick KidsThe Corporation As You Know It Is Probably ObsoleteBusiness Isn’t As Profitable As BetternessAmazon’s Excellent Tablet AdventureCulture Isn’t CostlyThe Leadership Hall of FameHow Bad Plans And “Good Ideas” Ruin MeetingsLeadership Hall Of Fame: Warren Bennis, Author Of “On Becoming A Leader”Parasite EntrepreneurismLeadership Hall of Fame: Ken Blanchard, Author of “The One Minute Manager”Even In The Office, Casting Is EverythingWhy Companies Fail to InnovateLeadership Hall Of Fame: James Champy, Author Of “Reengineering The Corporation”How To Create A Business Where The Truth Is HeardUsing Empathic Listening to CollaborateReclaim Your Life, One Experience At A TimeLeadership Hall of Fame: Who Is an Executive?The Art of Audacious ConversationLeadership Hall of Fame: Richard Florida, Author of “The Rise of the Creative Class”Malcolm Gladwell Has No Idea Why “The Tipping Point” Was A HitGoal Obsession: The Flaw That Creates More FlawsLeadership Hall of Fame: Seth Godin, Author of “Purple Cow”Leadership Hall of Fame: Tom Peters, Author of “In Search of Excellence”The Fortune At The Bottom Of The PyramidLeadership Hall of Fame: Daniel Pink, Author of “Free Agent Nation”The Paradox Of Expanded Choices: What Too Much Of A Good Thing Means For Consumers“What Will Your Business Look Like In 2012?”Leadership Hall Of Fame: The Best Business AutobiographiesHow To Make The Most Of The Post-Holiday LullApple’s New BossIndia Court Rules On Social Network Comments, Apple TV For Q2 2012?, Google Tablet Coming In Six MonthsFive Lessons To Do What You Love…And SucceedJim Rekoske From Honeywell On Developing BiofuelsFraming Your Competition is EasyHow Santa Anita Park Represents The Future Of Mobile Technology