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An Inside Look At Art-School Studios Around The WorldA Re-imagined Orchid Pot Ditches The Unsightly Stick-And-ClipWatch The Onion Hilariously Mock The TED Talks You LoveBuxom Inflatable Balloon Sculptures Playfully Explore GenderIkea Fosters Family Mealtime In New CampaignCB2’s Frat-Boy-Chic Foosball Table For Grown-UpsAugmented Reality Glasses: What’s (Literally) On The HorizonJohn Smedley: Can anyone be creative?How Civic Consumption Can Drive Change In Business As UsualA Tiny Piece Of Bamboo To Fix Desktop Cable ClutterLet’s Face It, The Wildly Inventive Face-Painting In This Video Is UnbelievableWill Ferrell Speaks Swedish In Sweden For Old Milwaukee AdsAll Tiny Hell Breaks Loose In The World’s Littlest Car ChaseDom Sagolla: What can a big company learn from a small start-up?Mark Adams: How do you handle a diva in the workplace?John McCarvel: Does innovation trump growth?Brad Garlinghouse: How do you deal with failure?Adam Pisoni: How do you make people less afraid to share ideas?10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: AOL Alto, Innovation By Design, And MoreA Hub Of World-Changing Education, In The Heart Of Orange CountyA $32,000 Carbon-Fiber Fixed-Gear Bike, Designed By A Formula 1 FirmRevitalizing New Orleans By Crowdsourcing RenewalA Music-Making Interface That Riffs On The Rubik’s CubeHow SocialCheck.me Builds A “Trust Infrastructure” For Employers, eBay Shoppers, And Dating CouplesPresidential Debate: Why being right is wrongBehind The Live Action “Halo 4” Trailer, A David Fincher/Tim Miller CollaborationA Visual Breakdown Of The Benefits Of Working From HomeThink Your Boss Is Psycho? “The Girl” Studies Alfred Hitchcock’s Obsession With Tippi Hedren50 Alternate American Flags, Each A Secret InfographicFacebook Lends A Hand To U.K.’s New Comp-Sci CurriculumThe FTC Is Paying $50,000 To Anyone Who Can Rid Us Of Those Pesky RobocallsHow Next Issue Media Is Trying To Become Spotify For MagazinesThis Week In Bots: Japan’s Post-Fukushima Robot InnovationsWant Proof That Market Fit Is Everything? Test Your App In The Slums Of Sao PauloLeveraging The Power Of The Chief Talent OfficerHelp! My Manager Sucks7 Ways To Convince Your Boss You Deserve A RaiseIs Branding Art, Science, Or A Whole Lot Of Both?The New Science Of Resumes–And Why Yours Sinks To The Bottom Of The PileHow Joanna Coles Nabbed Cosmo’s Corner OfficeGoogle Threatens French Media With Search Engine BanSpinning A Made-In-The-Midwest Student Project Into Kickstarter GoldThe Thoughtful Design Story Behind A Godless Footwear CollectionAfter Decades Of Pixel Painting, Chuck Close Goes Truly DigitalThe New Political Realities Aren’t Just Bad For Democracy, They’re Bad For Your HealthOnce Upon A Time, Twitter Launched A Storytelling Festival. The EndA Calligraphy Bot Learns The Technique Of Old MastersWhy Focus Groups Kill Innovation, From The Designer Behind SwifferRomney and Obama Get Inside Each Other’s Faces In Fox ADHD’s First Official VideoAn App That Rebuilds The News Just For The iPhoneA Rare Peek Inside Google’s Candy-Colored Data CentersThe Navy Works On A New Source Of Abundant Fuel: SeawaterEx-“Onion” Writers Join Forces with Adult Swim for Fake Evil Corporation: “Thing X”WWF Canada Reminds You That Pipeline Oil Spills Are InevitableWhat Marketers Are Getting Wrong About LoyaltyA Lab For Solving The World’s Most Pressing ProblemsA Printer Hack Reveals Your Inkjet’s Hidden HandwritingAn Online University Reinvents What Learning Can BeEmpowering Women With A Wriggly New Industry: WormsGeorge Clooney’s Ad Bride Continues Getting Lucky In Latest For DNBReverse-Engineering Twitter To Solve An Advertising MysteryPractical Advice From Female Entrepreneurs Who Stand Out In A Sea Of DudesThe Ascent Of “Mad”: See 60 Years Of Comic SubversionAOL May Have Invented Email’s Next UI ParadigmLondon Judge Rules Samsung Did Not Copy iPad DesignAmazon Pushes Kindle To Kindergarten Kids in U.S.There Is No Magic Pill For Great LeadershipThe Story Behind The Stuff: Consumers’ Growing Interest In “Real” ProductsBundling Your Way To Bigger ProfitsWhite House Inquiry Clears Huawei From SpyingAOL’s Alto Reimagines The Email Experience With A Twitter, Pinterest, Gmail MashupHow Do You Rebrand Sustainable Food?Sculptures That Turn A City’s Trash Into Beautiful Modern MonumentsOn PassionIn New York, A 1930s Pool Gets A New Modern PavilionThis Is What Google’s Secretive Data Centers Look LikeCreating A Visual Brand For Every U.S. PresidentInside Starbucks’s 400,000-Square-Foot Employee Indoctrination Center–-SlideshowThe Legacy Movement Means Entrepreneurs Don’t Have To Go It AloneNike Cuts Lance Armstrong, Sticks With Livestrong–Which Is Sticking By ArmstrongWes Anderson-Inspired Music Video Approximates Life Inside A Wes Anderson MovieCrowdsourcing Applications For Unused TechnologiesChairs Made From Discarded Wood Shavings Solve A Sustainability ConundrumMeet The Creator: The (Former) Assistant Behind Tumblr-Turned-TV Show, “Hollywood Assistants”Party Pics And Sage Words From Our 2012 Innovation By Design AwardsStirring Scenes Of Iceland, Adhering To A Strict GeometryWhat Is The Pivot? We Asked Intel, Zappos, Instagram, Pandora, Box…Your Completely Effed Up, Oddly Compelling Video Of The Day (Possibly Month)Behind The Bloody Social Media Coup Of A Sanitary Protection BrandThe Getaway Career: Deep Inside Brazil’s Robust Startup SceneHow Can Government Help Grow The Sharing Economy?Foodspotting’s Redesigned Website Will Make You Hungry For Foodie DiscoveriesTurning 65,000 Used CDs Into Giant Shimmering Lily PadsCan Livestrong Survive Without Lance Armstrong? CEO Doug Ulman SpeaksThey Brought Him Binders Full of Memes: Romney’s Inadvertent Internet CrazePepsi NEXT and TaskRabbit Team Up for Amazing–But Not Quite Unbelievable–GiveawaySodaStream’s Yves Behar-Designed Machine Makes Conservation SexyOn The Internet, Everyone Knows You’re Not A DogWhims: It’s Like Instagram For WordsThe Data-Viz Story Behind Joy Division’s Legendary Album CoverOnline Advertising Spend Converging With Print Levels In U.S.Why Employees’ Big Dreams Should Be Your Company’s Top PriorityWelcome To Your Nightmare: “American Horror Story” Opens On A New Look And An Old TrackGlobal Smartphone Use Set To Double In Three YearsFoxconn Admits To Using 14-Year-Old Interns4 Principles Of Success, From A Space Memorabilia ExpertIn 1973, Managers Could Work 23 Minutes Without Distraction. And Today?3 Reasons “Balance” Has Become A Dirty Word At WorkEmotional Resonance And The 7 Musts For Building A MovementHow New Stock Exchanges Can Leverage Global Economic OpportunityMicrosoft Reveals Surprisingly Expensive Surface PricingBravo’s “LOLwork” Is A Glimpse At The Internet’s Resident Cat-Meme CreatorsSee The 7 Massive Sculptures Taking Over NYC’s BroadwayNew Electronic Sensors Dissolve When They’re Done, Even Inside Your BodyThe iPad Mini Will Be Bad For Your Kids. DiscussAn App That Aims To Crowdsource Government AccountabilityAn App To Turn A City Into A Virtual PlaygroundOn RespectReConstitution 2012 Reveals Hidden Meaning In Obama’s And Romney’s WordsCan’t Decide What to Order? Try This Restaurant’s Instagram MenuFriends Are Swell. But Randi Zuckerberg, Producer Of Bravo’s “Start-ups: Silicon Valley,” Wants RatingsReddit CEO Yishan Wong On How To Filter Out The NoiseBad Bosses Survey ResultsSmart Cultural Criticism, In Sugar Cookie FormCornell Releases First Images of New York’s Future Tech CampusWant Water Solutions? Nature Has Already Figured Them OutTurning An Ancient Carpet Weaving Technique Into An Art InstallationThe Second Gilded Age?The Getaway Career: An Intimate Tale Of Jetting To Brazil In Search Of Love, Life, And A Startup HitDark Social Goes UnmeasuredAlexis Ohanian For Internet PresidentWorkday’s CEO on the IPOThis Tunnel Is Watching YouThe World’s Cheapest Car Is Heading To The U.S.50 Years Ago: The Original Mad Man’s First Esquire CoverDr. Dre’s Beats Unveils A Portable Speaker Shaped Like A PillAn Interactive History Lesson On The Cuban Missile Crisis And A Sobering What-IfNo One Thinks The Next President Will Make Their Life Better6 Ways To Build Digital Products That Spark Creativity And DriveThe Legendary Murray Moss Auctions Off His Art And Design TreasuresHärnu, A Social Network That’s Like A Living, Breathing, Transcultural Wikipedia“Actually…” Celebrities Do Contribute To JCER’s LatestBringing Critical Thinking To Education In The Arab WorldThe Design Process Behind Fast Company’s First-Ever Award TrophyReConstitution 2012 Reveals Hidden Meaning In Obama’s And Romney’s WordsA New Vision For Sustainable Urban Housing Combines Technology With Open Spaces“We’re Detroit Kids”: Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne On An Ad-Supported TurnaroundHaagen-Dazs Turns To A Design Studio To Reinvent The Ice Cream BarHow To Build An Electric Bike That People Will Actually Want To RideMicrosoft Betting Big On Surface SuccessEmail Is The New Pony Express–And It’s Time To Put It Down8 Signs You’ve Found Your Life’s WorkPersonality, Brand Perception, And The Presidential ElectionBig Brands’ Journey Toward Social BusinessYahoo Looks To Google–Again–For Its Latest HireThe 26 Best Amazon Customer ImagesInfographic: A Cellphone Company’s Elegant Solution To Confusing BillsA 340-Ton Boulder Makes A 105-Mile Journey To Los AngelesSupermarkets Finding That Less Stuff Means More Money (And Less Waste)Self-Destructive Kitten Stars In PETA’s Least Favorite Ad Of The Day, For ToyotaWhy Meditation Isn’t Lost On WorkJF & Son: Scraping The Internet To Create Eye-Blistering ClothingWhitney Johnson On The Proper Role Of Failure At WorkOn StrategyApple’s Newest MacBook Pro Finally Gets A Stamp Of Sustainability ApprovalWherever Brad Pitt Goes, There You Are (According to Chanel)Ceramic Subwoofer Lets The Beat Drop (Just Don’t Drop It)Deutsch L.A. Launches Product Development Unit, InventionistHollywood’s Black List Expands, With Script Evaluation Service For Aspiring ScreenwritersA French Church Gets A Flowering Heart Made Of FoilWatch: Felix Baumgartner’s Jump From The Edge Of Space, Recreated In LegoMeet The Creator: Kenzo Digital And Directing Beyond The ScreenXbox Music: Party In The Front, Zune In The BackInfographic: An App For Architects That Makes Physics EasyOne Day, This Bra Could Detect Breast CancerWendy’s Gets A New Logo: Will The Pigtails Survive?From Darwin To Meme: How A Catchphrase Catches OnBringing Real Food To The Drab Corporate CafeteriaApple Rumor Patrol: The Truth About The Long-Promised iPad Mini [Updated]Foursquare Explore Is Now A Search Tool Anyone Can Use, No Check-Ins RequiredHaunting Dioramas Re-Create Tiny, Bloody Crime ScenesBringing Order To Coat Check ChaosHow Two College Students Created A Prosthetic Arm For An 8-Year-OldRed Bull Stratos Shatters Records–And Traditional Notions Of MarketingA Tai Chi Master’s Movements Rendered As Computer-Generated SculptureStudents Invent A New Method Of 3-D Printing, Using UV LightTeapots and Detergent Bottles Transformed Into Glitchy Works Of ArtAmazon In Running For Texas Instruments’ Chip DivisionSonos Sub Produces Crisp Sound Behind A Slim FrameStay Constantly Connected With These Four Smart WatchesVans Sneakers Travel Back In Time With Checkered Design3M Revolutionizes Lighting System With Lightfallsi360 Accelerates Startups In The Middle EastConference Calendar November 2012Tasti D-Lite Offers Social Media Tips, But Should You Follow Them?Method Cleans Up Ocean Plastic For Soap BottlesHold On To Your Savings, Senior Citizens Are Dying PoorHow Matt Blesso Makes Big Use Of Small SpacesMerging Classic With Cutting Edge for Disney’s “Paperman”After Its Final Landing, Space Shuttle Atlantis Enters RetirementWallaby Financial’s Smart Credit Card Makes Choosing The Right Card EasierThe Waldorf Astoria Launches Program To Get Its Stolen Items BackMajor Companies Start To Think Local AbroadThe Race For The Next Concord Is Under WayThe Recommender: Jeffrey Hollander, Frans Johansson, and More On What They’re Loving This MonthPhotographer James Balong Traces Glacial Decay In His Latest Documentary, “Chasing Ice”Empowered Women Hold The Key To A Business’s SuccessCharter Schools Charge Forth Finding Innovation In EducationCooper Woodring, Design DefenderWill Wii U Decide The Fate Of Future Gaming Consoles?What If Google Allowed Android And Motorola To Share SecretsEco-conscious Automakers Recycle Garbage To Make Car PartsPaper Lantern Lit Matches Undiscovered Writers With Publishers To Create Mass Market HitsMission: Give XO Computers To All The Kids!Jack Krumholtz On Tech Lobby Beginnings With MicrosoftSOPA And PIPA Aren’t The Only Tech Vs. White House ShowdownsIn The Digital World, Politicians Play A Dual RoleAmazon Has A Friend In State Governors, And Other Allies Of TechFrom California To The White House, What Elections Will Help Or Hurt InnovationFor Net Neutrality, Piracy, and Patents, What Side Does Big Tech Take?Four Lessons For Tech Activists Hoping To Influence PoliticsTech PACs Dish Out Support For GOPLobbying Efforts From Tech Companies Surge On Capitol HillSilicon Valley Companies Adjust To A New Norm In WashingtonSilicon Valley Tech Companies Storm Capitol HillIBM’s Watson Is Learning Its Way To Saving LivesThe Secrets Of Generation FluxIn The Heart Of Afghanistan, Entrepreneurs Innovate For PeaceFacing The Techy Youthful Future Of Health CareFor AETNA And Athenahealth, Disruption Is No Small FeatFrom Facebook Beginnings, GoodRx Cofounders Bring Simplicity To PrescriptionsPractice Fusion And The Future Of Electronic Medical RecordsMEDgle’s Doctor Algorithm Creates Personalization Through DataRock Health Breaks Down Health Care’s Hierarchy Startup-StyleFast Fixes November 2012Former Gatorade President Moves To EquinoxAlta Bicycle Share Launch Delayed Until March 2013Reader’s Feedback: September 2012From The Editor: GenFlux Takes The LeadFor Having 1 Billion Users, Facebook Sure Makes Messaging DifficultPartisans Reimagine Furniture Design With A Fusion Of Taste And Art7 Goal-Oriented Tips For The Unapologetic CareeristHow NASCAR Uses Access To Build The Most Loyal Brand Fans AnywhereWhy You Need To Lead With Your HeartHow To Hack An “A-Ha!” MomentThe Latest Victims In Famous Logo RebrandsWant To Spark Innovation? Think Like A CartoonistSoftbank Acquires Majority Stake In SprintMicrosoft Brings Xbox Music To The Music Streaming TableFelix Baumgartner Jumps Into History And Breaks Sound Barrier