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World’s First 3D Printing Pen Gets $2 Million Through KickstarterJon Stewart Is Taking A Summer VacationIkea Style Meets Marriott To Create Moxy HotelsA Fortune Teller’s Tool? Nope Just A Crystal Ball LampWill A Climate Disaster Destroy Our Global Economy?A Suspiciously High Density Of Pot Dispensaries Appears In Silicon ValleyHugo Chávez Dead At 58Apple And Ferrari Have Plans To Expand In-Car Entertainment DealA Wall Of Tiny Fans That Blow Only When You Draw NearWatch: Steven Holl Explains The Logic Behind A MasterpieceHow Etsy Attracted 500 Percent More Female EngineersHow Does Your Commute Compare To Those Around The Country? A New Map Can Tell YouJawbone, Fitbit, Adidas: How Nike Responds To Competitive ThreatsfMRI Scan Detects Mental PicturesHow To Deal With Negative PeopleBrain Implant Reduces OCD SymptomsGoogle To Launch Competitor To Amazon PrimeHow Google Hires Without HRNick Kristof Explains Why He’s Using Video Games To Help Women In The Developing WorldA Look Inside The Sketchbooks Of 10 Terrific CreativesGrimes Teaches You How to Make Music (Results May Vary)Baidu Launches English-language Antivirus SoftwareThe Next Big UI Idea: Gadgets That Adapt To Your SkillFBI Seeking Leads For JFK Airport Mystery DronePacking Your Bags? Moveline expanding across the countryAn Office Built Around An Indoor GardenKickstarting: A 3-D Mouse Worn On Your FingerThis Marketing Stunt Makes Elevator Users Accessory To MurderThis New Model For How You Use Electricity Could Save You BigPocket Cycle: A New App For Couples Trying To ConceiveA YouTube Streaming Music Service Will Launch Later This YearEating Badly When Pregnant Might Make Your Kid FatPut Your Cat On The Map (The Interactive Map of the World’s Cats That Really Exists)The Secret To Staying Motivated? Optimism, Not AngerThe DRM Chair Self-Destructs After Just 8 UsesWith Data Viz And GPS, Fuseproject Remakes The Game Of GolfBioLite’s New Add-On Lets You Cook And ChargeGoogle Controls Too Much Of The Smartphone Industry, Says Controlling Chinese GovernmentA New Ultra-Cheap LED Light Looks And Acts Like An Incandescent BulbRIP Crawley And Darmody: How And Why You Should Kill Your Best PeopleHoly Hell, Look At The New $3.9 Million Lamborghini VenenoIs This The Summer Home Of The Future?Google Joins NFC Forum’s Board Of Directors, As Our Wireless Pay Future Comes Into FocusThis Soccer Ball Generates Energy While You Play, And You Can Buy It NowEmbracing the Shake: Why Limitations Drive CreativityWhen Innovation Goes Wrong: “Genius On Hold” And The Tragic Inventor Archetype101 Typographic Tributes To David Bowie, Collected On One Glamorous PosterGalaxy S IV Rumors: Bigger, Better, Eye-Based ScrollingRethinking Public Space: B.C. Biermann’s Augmented Reality Urban ArtWhy The Human Body Will Be The Next Computer InterfaceAuti-Sim, The Game That Startlingly Reconstructs Life As An Autistic ChildGet Ready For Apple’s Cheap iPhones, Colorful iPhones, And iPhone 5S Due In JulyThe Kernel, European Tech Publication, Shuts Down After Tempestuous Short LifeTricks From Couples’ Therapy For Dealing With A Boss Who’s WrongThe Sting Of The Queen Bee: Tales Of Tyrannical LeadershipA Convincing Argument For The Hands-Off BossAnd THEN She Said That Gossip Helps Your Career!How To Hire Like A ProDefining The Word “Entrepreneur” For The 21st CenturyThe Truth Behind “Secret” Innovation At Nike, Apple, Google XRupert Murdoch To Launch Fox Sports 1, A Competitor To ESPNTrying To Woo Animators, Disney Accidentally Invents “The Paperman Method”What’s Really Motivating All Those Tinder Users?TweetDeck Is Going Through Some ChangesMeet the Creator: Behind The Kids’ Home Movie That Morphs Into a Hollywood BlockbusterScience Says: Nasty Commenters Can Destroy A Website’s Brand Over TimeSide Seat Swivels To Make Sitting Less SedentaryLeadership From Star TrekNetflix App Not Coming to BlackBerry 10 Anytime SoonThis Viral Video Will Change How You Think About Wealth Distribution in the U.S.Should Smart Gadgets Bully Us Into Making Better Choices?Budweiser: We’re Not Watered DownAddicted to the Internet? Tell Us About It!When Dogs Die Of ShamePrice Promotions May Be Killing Your Brand: Here’s What You Can Do About ItPublic Opinion On Twitter Differs From Overall Public OpinionThe “Internet of Things” Could Save 9 Billion Tons of CarbonWhite House Wants To Let You Unlock Your Cell PhoneWatch: A Music Video For Typography LoversCan Next-Generation Video Conferencing Change The Way We Communicate?Microsoft, Google, And HP’s Mission In MyanmarAgLocal Empowers Chefs To Meat Their MatchHere’s How Artificial Intelligence Could Kill Us AllAmerican Red Cross Launches Tornado AppIs Working On Wall Street Actually The Most Ethical Career Choice?Marissa Mayer, Yahoo, And The Pros And Cons Of Working From HomeZipongo Knows What You Like To Eat And Creates Personalized Meal PlansDo You Know What the Most Annoying Sound In the World Is? Volkswagen DoesWatch: The “House” Theme Song, Played On Fruits And VegetablesMichelle Obama’s First Google+ Hangout Is Happening NowHow Making Your App (Temporarily) Free Can Make You Stacks Of CashWomen in the Catholic ChurchLive-Blogging The National Day of UnpluggingTwo Toy Scientists Get Cremed By Another Oreo SeparatorCan Tree Mortality Predict Human Mortality?Just $50M: Bob Hope’s Modernist Lair, Designed By LautnerAdmire the Natural World and Beyond, Without a Plane TicketWhat Twitter Reveals About What Makes Us SickReplace Your iPhone Interface With A Dieter Rams ClassicPopVox Asks: Should Congress Furlough Itself?Seeking New Employees, Foxconn Goes Deeper Into ChinaMeet The New Energy Secretary, Ernest MonizJapanese Government Warns Against Google’s App StoreFacebook’s Ongoing Quest To Make Money From MobileHow Are You Feeling Today? A New Mood-Measuring App Can Tell YouHalf The Sky Turns Women’s Empowerment Into A Facebook GameWhy Accountability Is Key To Successful Workplace FlexibilityMicrosoft’s Vision Of The Future Is Trapped In A BoxExtreme Customer Service: Lessons From Companies That Go Above And BeyondThe Future Of Education Eliminates The Classroom, Because The World Is Your ClassHow Serious Play Leads To Breakthrough InnovationMicrosoft To Become Film Distributor Via Xbox 360 LiveSomething Rotten? Microsoft Gets A Billion-Dollar Danish Tax BillWould You Pay Facebook For Sponsored Posts To Dramatically Up Your “Like” Rate? (Updated)5 Hiring Best Practices That Set The Bar For SuccessThe Question Every Entrepreneur Has To AnswerGitHub’s Frustration-Based Approach To Innovation“Slashers”: When Your Career Is Three CareersWhy Working From Home Is The Worst Of Both WorldsBecause Of Steve Jobs’s First Public iPhone Call, Starbucks Still Gets Orders For 4,000 LattesBreakthrough For HIV-Infected Babies As Baby Born With Virus Apparently CuredSee The Galaxy’s Biggest Star Wars Memorabilia CollectionNew England Patriots Have 500,000 More Twitter Followers Than Arizona CardinalsThe Strange Duo Of Sausage And Bubblegum Depicted In GlassMedical Students Better At Surgery After Hours Of Nintendo Each WeekThis Disc Made Of Clay And Sawdust Can Make Any Water Disease-FreeHand-Tufted Rugs Inspired By Street ScenesBoston Dynamics Robot BigDog Now Has New TricksPot Use In Silicon ValleyFlickr’s Secret Weapon In The Photo-Sharing Wars? The FutureInfographic: Everything You Were Afraid To Ask About PoopGoogle Updated To Be More Accessible To Deaf, Blind PeopleA Clever Kit That Turns Anything Into A StoolIf We Had Glass, What Wouldn’t We Do?HitBliss Launches Hulu Competitor That Turns Ads Into CurrencyDavid Einhorn Drops Case Against AppleNike Vapor Laser Talon: Football’s First 3-D Printed ShoesAmanda Palmer’s TED TeaseAlex Karpovsky Is The Busiest Writer-Director-Actor Whose Name You (Probably) Don’t KnowControl A Computer With Just A Flick Of Your WristSee Where Websites LiveIn Maine, Power Is Coming From The OceanScientists Link Brains Together To Form An Organic Super Computer10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: Super Burrito, Andrew Mason Exclusive, And MoreLet Marissa Mayer Do Her JobShould Designers Fear Design-Thinking MBAs?This 5-Year-Old Kid Just Spent Over $2,500 In 5-Minute iPad App Buying SpreeWatch These Artists Make Amazing Art Out Of Just Colored PencilsCasting Call For Spike Jonze’s Remake of Kony 2012 And Other Scenes From SXSW Partyzzzzz13 Mesmerizing Scenes Of Nature, Captured As GIFsRap Genius Dissects Fired Groupon CEO Andrew Mason’s Farewell MemoSpaceX Makes History Again, With Second Private Space Flight To ISSAl Gore Wants You To Drop A Dose Of Climate Change Reality On Internet CommentersThis Guy Will Paint Any Insane Thing Inside Your HeadYou Can Reach Into This Monitor And Touch The InterfaceApple Patent Patrol: Magnets, Cameras, iPad Stands, And MoreThe Anti-Instagram: Snapheal Clicks With Fewer Filters, More MagicNorth Korea’s Concentration Camps Are GrowingAmtrak Works, As Long As It Doesn’t Take People Very Far“The voice you hear inside you is God”: Mark Burnett Takes On The BibleHollywood Takes Its Copyright Fight To “Rogue” Mobile AppsOriginal Shock And Awe: Vikings Invade Game of Thrones’ TurfYou Can’t Tell That This New, Cheap Egg Substitute Is Made From PlantsThe “Google Tax” In Germany Is A Good Thing. Unless It’s Not. Discuss. (Updated)Keepod Stores Your Computer On A CardFacebook, Amazon, and Google All Help Charity Create Cancer-Busting Mobile GameSecurity Flaw In Java Code Being Used To Attack Computers NowWhen Creativity Trumps Ego, Everyone WinsHey, Marissa: Remote Workers Can Collaborate, TooYour Big Branding Moment: The Job SwitchSave Your Startup: Hire A Good Lawyer On Day One7 Great Reasons To Encourage Working RemotelyHow To Be A Happy FreelancerAs The Pope Flies Off To Become A “Pilgrim,” The Vatican Deletes His TweetsThe Power Of ScarcityHow The CIA Keeps Employees HappyExclusive: Andrew Mason’s Last Interview As Groupon CEOThe “Interspecies Internet” Is Online, Seeking Cognitive Beings For Live ChatUndercover Ghanaian Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas Reveals Next InvestigationWant To Play XBox Against Your Favorite NFL Player? There’s An App For ThatTake A Time-Lapse Look Inside A Solar-Powered PlaneGroupon CEO Andrew Mason Stepping DownCould This Law Really Defeat The Patent Trolls?Sergey Test LoginFacebook Acquires Atlas From MicrosoftSecrets Of Nike’s Innovation KitchenGoogle Updates iOS App, Making Send To TV Available On iPhone, iPadLessons On LeadingWhy Texting “LOL” May Be Making You SmarterThe 3 Rules Of Innovation: Location, Location, LocationHow Stripe Made Their Platform Dead-Simple For Third-Party DevelopersBradley Manning Tried To Give Story To Major News OutletsClean, Abundant, And Underfoot: Geothermal Goes GlobalIt’s Science! Novels Will Make You A Better, More Empathetic DesignerThe Media House Of Cards And Netflix’s Big DisruptionApple Sold Eight Million iPads Directly To Education In A YearMarissa Mayer: I Don’t Think That I Would Consider Myself A FeministWatch: Delicate Art Made With A Massive Robotic ArmCheck Out These Breathtaking Urban Landscapes Made Out Of Wood ScrapsA Home Dining Network To Share Food And Make FriendsStart With The Words And Don’t Forget To Surprise: Ad Legend George Lois On The Art Of AdvertisingAndy Samberg Has Got Your Every Independent Movie Ever Right HereThis Full-Sized Urban Bike Weighs A Mere 11 PoundsWinning At Time Management: How The “Anger Management” Team Will Produce 100 Episodes In Two YearsClothing Companies Start Creating Their Own Circular Economy11 Nuggets Of Advice For Design Students, Direct From The ProsEerie Photos Of A Subculture Devoted To Life-Like Baby DollsPoor Nook Sales Sink Barnes & Noble’s RevenuesWait, Plastic Bags Are Better Than Paper? At TED, Leyla Acaroglu Addresses “Environmental Folklore”Amazon’s Kindle Gets Exclusive Role In New PTA Family Reading ProgramA Self-Driving Car System That Costs $150Can Oculus’s $300 VR-Enhanced Ski Goggles Break The Curse Of The Lawnmower Man?Want to Take a Nature Hike in Manhattan? This New App Shows You HowHow Ted Made More Than 7 Million Facebook Friends (No, Not That TED)Houston’s Plan To Make Landfills ExtinctApple Expands Cloud iTunes For Films And TV Across EuropeSergey Brin Calls Smartphones “Emasculating” While Revealing More Google Glass DetailsWatch: How Etsy’s Model Could Solve The Tech Industry’s Diversity ProblemApple’s iTunes U Tops One Billion Downloads7 Kids Changing Science For The BetterThe Disappearing Chinese Artist That Advertisers Can’t Get Enough OfU.S. Judge Calls Sea Shepherd Conservation Group “Pirates”Watch 600 Clock Arms Merge To Become A Single Digital DisplayBlack Holes Spin At Nearly The Speed Of LightWith Entity Graph, Facebook Calls On Users To Improve Its SearchSony Sells Tokyo Office For $1.2 BillionChina Accuses U.S. Of Hacking Its Defense WebsitesWant To Advance Your Career? Then Work On Your EQWhy Innovation By Brainstorming Doesn’t WorkWisdom 2.0’s Compassionate, Chaos-Reducing Brand Of LeadershipHiring, Like Dating, Sucks; Here’s How Startups Are Trying To Fix It5 Common Mistakes That Will Ensure Your Resume Gets TossedWhen Failure Is Not An Option, Typical Career Advice Does Not ApplyBeyond The Garbage Pail: Awesomely Grotesque Playing Cards For KidsGroupon’s Operating Loss Bigger Than ExpectedStewart Brand’s Plan To Reverse-Engineer ExtinctionEntrepreneurs to Congress: It’s Time To Stamp Out Patent TrollsPandora Will Cap Ad-Supported Mobile Streaming At 40 Hours A Month Starting March 1Homemade Bombs? No, It’s Just Found ArtSo Is This Crazy Trip To Mars Possible?Do NFL Teams Ask Unlawful Questions Of Potential Players?What Life Looks Like When Wrapped In PlasticFacebook Now Helps Advertisers Target Soda-Drinkers, Car-BuyersTaylor Wilson, Teenage Nuclear Scientist, Redesigns Nuclear PowerStanford Grad Sues Snapchat, Claims He Invented ItHow Two Tech Companies Are Making Cheesecake Factory A Better Customer ExperienceHow Grocery Store Design Is Wrecking The PlanetTED Prize Winner Sugata Mitra To Create A “School In The Cloud”Check Out The Secret Sauce Behind The Google DoodleDisgusting But Gorgeous Pics Of NYC’s Foulest WaterwayJonah Berger On Foursquare, Frequent Flyers, And Games That StickHumans Of New York Campaign Raises More Than DKNY Donation In First 24 Hours3 Simple Nudges To Convince People To Use Less EnergyMapping Happiness In American Cities, Using TwitterFresh From TED: A Mind-Blowing App That Could Remake Mobile RetailAn Illustrated Travelogue Of Obama’s 2008 CampaignThe Utopian Myth Of Working From HomeYahoo’s Face Time BlunderEnd7 Makes Celebrities Sick, In Order to Help Sick PeopleThe ‘New York Times’ Is Offering Starbucks Customers 15 Free Articles A DayArchie CEO Looks Beyond Riverdale With Comics That Make a Social ImpactSee Every Car Toyota Has Ever Made In This Mind-Boggling Interactive TimelineDavid Bowie and Tilda Swinton Are Haunted By Celebrities (Just Like Us)Replace Expensive Doctors Visits With An App That Analyzes Your PeeWatch: A Practical Preview Of Leap MotionWaze Now Lets Users Instantly Map Closed Roads, Acts Like Google Maps On SteroidsMaking Mobile Work: 3 Ways Marketers Can Explore The Next Frontier Of CreativityIs Whole Foods A Viable Model For The Future Of Capitalism?Discovery App SoundTracking Hooks Up With YouTube, Spotify, Rdio To Make Sweet MusicThrillcall: A Glimpse At The New Myspace Music GambleThis Amazing Bionic Hand Can Actually Feel Someone’s TouchIs Twitter Worth $10 Billion? Yes. And No.Boomers Take More Risks, Start More Businesses Than Twentysomethings: StudyThe Apple City That Could Have BeenA Cure For Jet Lag? Take A Photon Shower Courtesy Of Delta At TED2013See Amazing Underwater Sculptures Made Of Our Marine TrashBuilding A Working Plotter Made Out Of Cardboard And GlueTitanic II: Australian Mining Tycoon Clive Palmer To Life-size Build Replica Of The TitanicHere’s How Much Of Your Seized iPhone’s Info Can Be Used By The Government Against YouWhat’s In A Name? The Ability To Make Or Break A Merger3 Ways Competition Can Do More Harm Than GoodInvaluable–And Simple–Advice For Succeeding At Your First JobThe Anti-Crowdsourcing: How Small Peer Groups Can Help Problem-SolveThe 4 Steps To Building A Successful Social MovementWhy Freelancers Are So DepressedYahoo Issues Statement Over Home-Working Ban: It’s Right For UsTED Prize Winner Sugata Mitra To Create A “School In The Cloud”Music Industry Grows For First Time In 10 Years