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When Targeting Women, Stop Thinking GirlyInnovation Can Be The Plunder Of Piracy, If You Copy RightNew From Kartell, Chic Rain Boots For City LivingCloser Look At Amazon’s New Kindle Serials: Part Dickens, Part TVBing Now Default Search Engine on Amazon’s Kindle Fire: Is Apple Next?A Movie Theater’s Walls, Broken Into Thousands Of Pulsating PixelsA Nutty Rebranding From Pentagram’s Michael BierutThis Week In Bots: The “Extreme Use” Of A Robot WorkforceAge does not make a leader.A Flexible Flashlight That Looks Like A Friendly WormWhat Career Conversations Do Employees Want?Innovation By Design Tool KitInfographic: A Spookily Smart Service For Charting Your Facebook DataPeer Into The Secret Life Of SportsCenter’s John Clayton10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: Angry Pigs, Battlefield Research, And MoreNew Levi’s Catalogue Lets You Shop For Jeans On FlipboardWhen Using The “C Word” Is Just Plain WrongVegetable Power: Making Better Solar Cells With SpinachThe (Intentionally) Saddest Pinterest Page In The WorldDear people in charge of commercials targeting womenA Hotel Worthy Of The Girl With The Dragon TattooWashington, District Of CyclingWax Walls Keep The Temperature In Your Home Comfortable, Without Using Extra EnergyFailure Is The Only Option, If Success Is The End GoalAn Encounter With Cai Guo-Qiang, The World’s Foremost Explosion ArtistMeet Ms. Siri, Your New TeacherForget the VMAs: Here Are Your Alternative Music Videos Of The YearReclaiming Coupons And The Company VisionCan MTV’s Fantasy Election ’12 Rock The Biggest Youth Vote In History?Infographic: A Graphic Tribute To The Designer’s LifeGoogle+ Gave Guy Kawasaki A Religious Experience, And Someday You’ll Have One, TooThe Sensing Planet: Why The Internet Of Things Is The Biggest Next Big ThingAmazon Loses Money On Tablets. It’s All Going According To PlanThe FBI Banks $1 Billion For Facial Recognition TechMole Responsible For Saudi Aramco CyberattackNew Nokia Lumia 920 May Launch In NovemberHow To Tell A Story–Right Now–From A Master Of ImprovObama’s Convention Speech Breaks Political Twitter Record With 52,000 Tweets Per MinuteMeet A Master Of The Dying Art Of Hand-Drawn TypeA Tale Of Two Very Different Presidential CampaignsSocial-Media Insights Inspired By Barack Obama, America’s First Truly Social PresidentGreat Leadership Resources For GirlsAndroid Tablet Market Share Shaky According To Google’s Own StatsMark Adams: How do you deal with a diva, bully, or difficult person on your team?Apple Said To Be Planning A Pandora Clone For Net RadioAnn Hand: How do you know when it’s time to leave?Hoyt Harper: How do you create a culture of innovation?Gary Burnison: How do you handle mistakes?David Allmark: What is a risk worth taking?If you insist in thinking of social media as an advertising platform, then you’re a dinosaur…LevelUp And Google Have An Actual Wallet War On TwitterNendo Reinvents The Headset, In The Image Of The PenA Platform To Let Cyclists Figure Out The Best City Bike RoutesAmazon Changed Reading. Now It Could Change WritingInside AT&T’s Democratic And Republican Convention AppseBay Acquires Svpply To Solve Its Social Shopping Problem“Would You Like Help?” Microsoft Design Flops Through The AgesOh! A Donut-Shaped Speaker Made Out Of Paper PulpThe Long-Standing Vision Of Jeff BezosGeorge Whitesides On The Challenges And Opportunities Of Problem SolvingHow To Become One Of Tomorrow’s Problem SolversMaking Medical Care Affordable In Developing Countries, With Help From The CrowdIn Lieu Of Portraits, GIFs That Capture Today’s Cool-Kid MusiciansAubrey Plaza, Patricia Clarkson Get Dressed, Provocatively, in Miu Miu’s LatestRaspberry Pi To Be Manufactured In the U.K. By Sony6 Most Innovative Ways To Experience Fashion Week4 Steps To Breakthrough IdeasWelcome To Insta-Face: Facebook Completes Instagram PurchaseThe Endless Cycle Of Urban Renewal, As A Board Game3 Techniques Bill Clinton Uses To Wow An AudienceA Cheap, Easy Gadget For Automating Your HomeAmazon Goes Kindle Fire HD 4G Crazy To Compete With Apple’s iPadThat Tall Beauty At Fashion Week? It’s An American Express Instagram Tower9 Ways To Add Campaign-Trail Flourish To Your Next PresentationRethinking The Mission-Oriented BrandMy Dog Ate It: An Adorable Demonstration Of VW’s Keyless TechFor Freelancers, A Web Service That Makes Invoicing EasyMasterCard Launches In Myanmar, After U.S. Trade Sanctions RelaxIf You Want Customers To Fork Over Private Data, Give Them Something Irresistible In ReturnLinkedIn Introduces Alerts, Revamped Company PagesAn App For Finding (And Preserving) The Old Typography All Around UsTurning Apples Into Alternative Energy, And Surreal PhotographsFast Take: Amazon’s SmartphoneExtreme Leadership Lessons From Astronaut, Antarctic Doctor Scott ParazynskiDoes Visual Recognition Software Freak You Out?Shaped By Algorithms, A Solar Powered Pavilion That Soaks Up Maximum RaysThe Hidden Beauty Of Suburban SprawlNokia Execs Talk Tablet Plans, Microsoft SurfaceAhead Of Amazon Event, Kobo Announces 3 New DevicesYour Next Marketing Challenge: Gen ZGoodbye Email Chains: A New Collaboration Platform For MarketersLady Gaga’s ARTPOP Will Be An Interactive App, Not An Album4 Strategies For Winning Over Innovation NaysayersPutting Words In Ronald Reagan’s MouthA Look Around The Bend On The Health Innovation HighwayHow LevelUp Plans To Win The Wallet WarsShineBIG Helps Creatives Tell The Story Behind The ArtAmazon May Launch Fire-Powered SmartphoneBig-Name Android Maker HTC Reports Weak Financial ResultsAn Architecture Of Reuse, Built With Iridescent CurtainsVisualizing The Relationship Between Food, Water, And EnergyGrilled Cheese War: The Melt To Roll Out 100 School Buses, Invade Food Truck IndustryGay Marriage Advocates Hope Video Will Inspire Youth VotersA Hydroponic Vision For The Future Of Architecture3-D Printing Comes To The Battlefield, And To Your GarageAn Enterprising Young Rabbit Entrepreneur Rises To The Top Of An African Entrepreneurship ContestZynga Launches Even More Social “FarmVille 2”Pictures are the new contentIntuit’s 30 Years Of InnovationSAS CEO Jim Goodnight On Employee Retention“The Walking Dead” Takes a Bite Out of FacebookA Collapsible Tea Kettle That Goes Anywhere, For $35Watch This Guy Draw All Of Downtown NYC In 80 SecondsSilicon Valley Celebs Star In New Virgin America CampaignTwitter Announces Embeddable Twitter StreamsA New NASA Tool Tracks The Slow Destruction Of Our Trees5 Rules For Making Your Vision StickAn Installation That Fills A Monastery With Nothing But FoamA Portable Solar Charging Station That’s As Fast As A Wall OutletAsheville: The New Craft Beer Capital Of America?Hackers Targeting Android BrowsersNokia Brings A Camera To A Smartphone FightHow Social Enterprise Went From Niche Market To MainstreamNokia’s Newest Flagship Smartphone Is Candy Colored, Windows PoweredWhat A Dead Squirrel Taught Me About Value PricingGoogle Adds Traffic Updates And Navigation To Maps In India5 Classic Strategies For Growing Your Brand EquityWhy Our Definition Of “Failure” Gets An FThe World Of 3-D Printing At A GlancePICNIC Festival To Explore The Shift From Top-Down To Bottom-UpDon’t Just LOL, Adopt A Cat With “Catroulette”These Sandals Pay For College EducationsWith Its Classier Branding, Twitter Broadcasts Big AmbitionsTest Drive A Hyundai Elantra On Your Own Street With Google MapsYou On Top! 7 Success Tips From Outgoing Cosmopolitan EIC Kate WhiteA Promising Wikipedia Overhaul, Designed To Squash Info OverloadEU Approves Telecoms’ Mobile Payments Plan For The U.K.10 Ways To Create An Open CultureAn Ingeniously Designed Kids Bike Grows With Them As They AgeApple Takes Its Bulk App-Buying System OverseasBest Practices In B2B PRLG Sued By Samsung In Korea For Leaked Screen TechMeet Snip.It Founder Ramy Adeeb, Who’s Debunking Web-Induced A.D.D.5 Simple Rules For Better Branded VideoA Device That Recycles Shower Water To Wash ClothesHow Did They Know I Unfollowed Them On Twitter?A Mobile Kitchen That Works Outside And InsideA 16th-Century Ruin Becomes A Modernist Lair, For $300 A NightHow Many Kids Made Your Clothes? A New App Will Tell You Before You BuyCloud Computing37signals Invests In The Starter League To Redesign Software ClassesCrowdfunding, Kickstarter, And When Projects FailWhat The Future Of Innovation Looks LikeTomatoes Transformed Into Edible Food ContainersNokia Design EVP Thanks Apple’s LawyersCravendale Cats Work Out Those Thumbs in Teaser TrailerA New 3-D Printing Center Aims To Recreate U.S. ManufacturingMitsubishi Identifies Your Most Pretentious Facebook Friends, Runs Them OverBranding Little Sun, “A Work Of Art That Works In Life”3 Ways To Become An Authoritative Leader, Even If You’re Under 30What The Drought Of 2012 Tells Us About Industrial AgricultureA Limited Edition with 4 Million Versions? Absolut Gives It a ShotIna Jang Dissects The Art Of Fashion PhotographyNew Camouflage Makeup Protects Soldiers From Searing Heat Of Bomb BlastsBeastie Boy Mike D Honors Brooklyn With A Streetwise WallpaperHow To Run A Harvard Lab From The BattlefieldLinkin Park’s Personalized Music Video Leaves Fans “Lost in the Echo”In The Future, Robots Will Operate Solar Power PlantsPan-Islamic Facebook Competitor Salamworld To Launch In NovemberSaga: An Ambitious iPhone App To Track Your LifeTo Raise A Generation Of Creative Kids, Let Them Make Their Own StoriesExclusive Look At “Bad Piggies,” “Angry Birds” Maker Rovio’s Latest Addictive GameIn DNC Bloggers’ HQ, The Story Of American Innovation Writ SmallWhat Charlie Parker And Thomas Edison Knew: Jam Sessions Make New Ideas HappenIdeo Recruits Elmo For App That Helps Potty Train KidsTransforming The Horrific Images From Abu Ghraib Into Beautiful ArtWatch A Squid’s Membrane As It Hears Cypress HillWhy Hiring People Who Annoy You Helps You InnovateMeth for Your Ears: Behind The Signature Sounds of “Breaking Bad”How Tony Hsieh Pivoted Zappos Into A $1.2 Billion Amazon AcquisitionHow The Best Restaurant In The World Stays That WayThe Ultimate Employee Do-Gooder Perk: A Social Sabbatical In Emerging Markets9 Moments Of Career-Making SerendipityNokia Launches A Free Music App For Lumia PhonesIf you want to redesign something, look at the reason it was designed the way it was in the first place. This should be the first step.Memex’s Time Has Finally ComeBBC’s iPlayer Allows On-Device Downloads1 Million Apple Device IDs Obtained By Hacker From FBI Computer, Then Leaked5 Apps To Help You Swing Back Into Productivity Mode