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The Lessons Of Hurricane SandyUber’s Good Deed Doesn’t Go UnpunishedInnovation in EducationA Satellite That Spells Messages For Earthlings With Morse CodeHurricane Sandy And The Struggle To Overcome Destruction With InnovationIn Manhattan, Lines for Food, Water, Gasoline, And… The iPad MiniFord’s Latest Brand Content Initiative Is a Meta Web Series About Brand ContentThe Biggest Driver Of Electric Vehicles Isn’t Who You ThinkCan You Spot The Elf Code In Air New Zealand’s Hobbit-Themed Safety Video?Can FinderCodes, An Electronic Lost-And-Found System, Make Us Give A Damn About QR Codes?Barry Levinson Explores iPhone Filmmaking, Environmental Disaster In “The Bay”Advertising’s Creative Elite, Gates Foundation Unite To Back World-Changing IdeasPolitical Content On Social Media More Negative Than PositiveThis Week In Bots: More Human Now Than MachineWhat’s Really Happening In Blacked-Out ManhattanHBO’s “Witness” Looks At The World’s Deadliest Places Through The Lens of PhotojournalistsiPad Mini Goes On Sale To Smaller CrowdsPatent Lawsuit Against Google A Strong Probability, Says FTCHow Seamless Defied Sandy, Kept The Hot Meals Coming, And Inspired Twitter LoveSaving Daylight Savings: How To Be More Productive When It’s Always Dark OutSamahope Crowdsources Simple, Life-Saving Surgeries For The PoorDesign Thinking Starts At The Top7 Tips On Selling Yourself From OxiClean’s “As Seen On TV” PitchmanThe Small Steps Gaga’s Go-To Troy Carter Takes To Go Creator Seth Goldstein’s DJZ Is A New Network For Electronic Dance Music LoversThe FTC Continues Its Crackdown On Robocall ScamsMonty Python’s Graham Chapman Comes Back to Life in “Liar’s Autobiography”The Radioactive Fish Of FukushimaBook Data Could Turn Libraries Into Scavenger HuntsHow Should Social Networks Innovate To Become More Useful During Natural Disasters?Uniqlo Invades Our Brains With Game And Song“It’s Global Warming, Stupid.”Tired Of Your Career? Consider A LifeSwapNeed To Clean Up After A Storm? A New Material Could “Obsorb” The MessFor One Apple Veteran, A Career Pivot Into A Most Interesting New Job: Head Of TechnologiesA Long-Range Motorcycle, Powered By Nothing But AirDewar’s Gets Serious (And Seriously Scottish) About The Next Generation Of DrinkersGeneration Flux Salon: How Do You Measure The ROI Of A Risk? (How Do Silicon Valley And Hollywood Approach It Differently?)Richard Tisei Just Made The Best Political Campaign Ad Of The YearTurning Rural Indians Into Water EntrepreneursAgyness Deyn: Portrait Of A Supermodel PivotSpringboard Pivots Towards The Internet Of ThingsCould A New Pop Secret App Re-Socialize Movies (And Popcorn)?Simplee Adds Medicare Support In Its Quest To Become The Of Your Health Care ExpensesAre You A Social Strategist? Can You Make Your Mom A Star On Twitter? Wieden + Kennedy Wants YouAirbnb Waives Fees In Sandy-Ravaged Regions. Update: Apple Makes A Bigger Gesture.Stitcher Aims To Build Talk Radio’s First Search EngineRussian Authorities Empowered To Shut Down Internet SitesWomen, Leadership, And The Vast Presidential Gender GapMeet Infor’s Charles Phillips, CEO Of The World’s Largest StartupHow To Convince People They Already Know How To Pay By Cellphone–Or Use Any Other New TechHurricane Sandy, A Drenching Reminder That Tough Times Inspire Remarkable InnovationComcast Offers Up Free Wi-Fi For Sandy-Hit StatesTo Buy Or Not To Buy? On Yabbly, Ask Someone Who’s Been There, Bought ThatThe Best Playground Is The One Nature ProvidedGoogle Gets Back To Its Search Roots With Nexus CampaignA Look Inside New York’s Underwater SubwaysEverybody Walks In NYC. Because Sandy Has Left No Other Transportation ChoiceSurveyMonkey Takes The Eventbrite Platform Beyond TicketsHack The Insane College Applications Process With Unigo’s Absolute AdmitPractical Cooking In The Modern Age: Recipe Videos On TumblrCharlie White, 5 Directors Make Art From The Lives Of Teen GirlsWant Some Cash? A Crowdfunding Platform For The Rest Of UsLead Others, Not YourselfSandy Prompts Louder Calls For Free Wi-FiThe Whole Of Leadership8 Steps To Pitch PerfectHooking Up: Online Sex Ed Beats Awkward Face-To-FaceHow Agencies Can Hack Culture for Brand InsightsGeneration Flux Salon: How Do You Manage Colleagues–Above You, Below You, And Peers–Who Are Less Open To Change?The Pros And Cons Of Professional RivalryThis Public Art Appears Only When It RainsThe Brooklyn Brothers Go HollywoodHouseholds That Vote Use Less ElectricitySee The World’s Most Famous Men As The World’s Most Beautiful WomenGoogle Brings Advanced Voice Search To iOSWhy Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley Obsessively Changes LocationDear Windows 8 Hardware Makers: Stop All The Horribly Named ProductsPost-Sandy, FCC Warns Of Worsening Cell Phone NetworksThe Key To The Holiday Sales War? Winning The Social-Media BattleHow To Take Advantage Of The Video-Marketing BoomThe Intrapreneur’s PlaybookCreating A Winning B2B Integrated Marketing CampaignUsing Newsweek’s Move To Digital To Inform Your 2013 StrategyDisney Buying Lucasfilm, Continuing Quest To Own All Your HeroesHow To Power Through The Next SandyOur New Miners: PlantsWhy The Internet Is (Mostly) Hurricane-ProofHalloween Pics As Instagram Candy: More Spooks, Less SugarSandyCrashPads: Couchsurfing To Make The Hurricane’s Aftermath More ManageableRevealed: The Brains Behind Megan Fox’s BeautyA Delivery Service Turns Cars Into Mobile MailboxesMeet The Company That Made Facebook And Apple Bike FriendlyA Photobomb For The Times: The GhostbombA Sewing Machine To Encourage Making And MendingStuff Blows Up Real Good In Guy Richie’s Trailer for “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2”Ready For “Birth Control Day” Yet? This Condom Company Has You CoveredAMD To Arm Processors With ARM ChipsThe Writing Is On The Wall For Handwriting. Right?Current TV: Shaping a Brand Through the Presidential ElectionDiablo Cody On Why Pregnant Women Can Have It All–And DirectThe Apple Executive Reshuffle, In BriefGreentoe Lets You Set The Price You Want To Pay For Your Next Tech Gadget4G Goes Live In U.K.The Perils Of Ignoring The Softer Side Of ManagementWhat Are The Scariest Things In Your Office?5 Social-Media Commandments For Better Brand TweetingBox Founder Aaron Levie On The Fears And Realities Of Our Chaotic TimesFast Company Readers’ Frankenstorm Picks: The Best Apps and Online Tools During Hurricane SandyQuora Introduces A New Top Writers Program As A Hat Tip To Its Most Valuable ContributorsSalvaging Wasted Energy By Turning Heat To ElectricityAs Pandora Evolves, Simplicity Battles A Feature For EveryoneA Step-By-Step Guide To Creating Your Own Sharing EconomyWhat Your Business Should Do In The Calm Before The StormThe End Of “The End of Men”Looking For A Job? Search Yourself FirstIs The Solution To World Hunger More Food?Why Your Company’s Culture MattersWhat’s Generation E?How To Measure Shared Value, The Latest Business-For-Good BuzzwordJoss Whedon Endorses The Presidential Candidate We Need (For Making Zombies Happen)Terri Kelly, The “Un-CEO” Of W.L. Gore, On How To Deal With Chaos: Grow UpHow Weapons Might Work If They Were Designed By ChildrenHumanoid Robots To Save People In The Most Dangerous Disaster ZonesForget Google’s White Backdrops: Bing To Launch Interactive Panoramic BackgroundsCreate A Timelapse Film With Your Thumb With New Step AppAmazon and Microsoft Launch Attacks on AppleHow Rob Corddry Turned A Web Parody Into A TV Hit–And Wrote His Own Second Career ActMaster Class: “Weird Al” Yankovic On How To Make A Great ParodyHurricane Sandy Disrupts, Prompts Tech Innovations5 Of The Best App-Ternatives To Apple’s AppsWhat Real Football Coaches–And All Of Us–Can Learn From Fantasy League PlayersPenguin And Random House Make A DealHow Treating Your Employees Like Turtles Can Smother InnovationWhere People Innovate, Companies ComplicateDo You Hire For IQ Or Klout Score?Workplace Dos and Don’ts For Election WeekIt’s Not Just The Biscuits: Bojangles’ Recipe For Rapid GrowthHow To Harness Change For Success, In The Workplace And In Business7 Time-Proven Strategies for Dealing With Information Overload