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Sheryl Sandberg Fights SubpoenaGoogle, Palantir, Salesforce Fight Human TraffickersGeneral Motors To Resume Paid Advertising Campaign On Facebook: ReportStarbucks Expands Special Offers Via iOS AppU.S. Teens Still Picking iPhoneAn Oversize Seesaw Makes Music In MarrakechWhy Is Salesforce Tracking Slavery?VUDU Says Its Offices Were Broken IntoOn The Rutgers Basketball ScandalInterrogating Swiss Identity With Provocative Graphic DesignChina Might Be Taking All Of Africa’s FishHow to Find LiarsWhat To Expect At The Apple Pop-Up MuseumApple Pop-Up Museum to open in Atlanta April 20We’re Getting Close To 3-D Printing For OrgansCheap Drones: Deadly In The Wrong HandsPayByPhone App Finally Available To Make Parking Easier In New York CityCheap Drones Could Put UAV Technology In Terrorist HandsSurreal Furniture That Borders On Art, From FrontHow Do You Get Rats Off Coke? With LasersWhy Facebook Home Matters, Even If It Fails3-D textured solar panels will get a test run on the ISS“Walking Dead” Visual Effects Reel Shows Off Gore and MoreOMA And Knoll Unveil Furniture Worthy Of Dr. NoHow Maps Can Change The WorldGoogle Fiber Is Coming To Austin, TexasInfographic: An Illustrated Guide To “Game Of Thrones”What Happens When Your Startup Gets Debunked By Science?Can BuzzFeed Reinvent Ads With The Perfect Viral Formula?Tweet-Mining For Crowd Management, Social Weather, And EmergenciesFamily Dinners Benefit Teens, Despite What They Might SayPrivacy Group Sues FBI Over Huge Biometric ID Database DetailsA Music Machine That Acts Like A Circuit DiagramWhy You Can’t Find Women Engineers: They’re Too Well-RoundedCondiments Give Spankings In Eye-Popping Italian Ad CampaignAre Brain Games Bunk?Stephen Colbert Gets Bill Clinton Tweeting, Pulls Giant Guerilla Marketing StuntInfographic: Navigate America With This Road Trip Movie MapLawrence Lessig On How To Reclaim The Republic From Big MoneyTracking Our Readers’ (Backhanded) ComplimentsWhat Google’s Cafeterias Can Teach Us About School LunchesA Beautiful, Sturdy, Totally Recyclable UmbrellaA Design Revolution That Could Lift HumanityPandora Soars To 200 Million U.S. UsersApple Producing 5th-Gen iPad In July: RumorZurich Calling: Your Favorite Punk Rock Gig Posters Meet Swiss ModernismThis Entire Building Is Powered By Its Algae-Filled WallsNuclear Fallout Kills 370 Times Fewer People Than CoalDid The Gulf Of Mexico Self-Clean After Deepwater Disaster?Your Reputation Will Be The Currency Of The FutureThese Cars Built By High School And College Students Get Up To 3,587 MPGHow One Company Taught Its Employees How To Be Happier, And What Happened NextStarbucks Expands Special Offers Via iOS AppDrones? Pshaw. U.S. Navy Unveils Its Laser Weapon SystemVine Becomes Number One App In U.S. App StoreWoody Allen, Louis C.K., And The Power Of The Handwritten NoteThe Sex Panther Formula For Finding Your Brand’s Secret SauceWhy The Future Of Innovation Is In Ideas, Not Products4 Tricks For Remembering Anybody’s NameWe Are Not Being Sold To Google, Says WhatsApp Business Development Head Neeraj AroraGoogle Plus’ Popularity Growing In Social LoginsEv Williams Wants To Help You Sort It OutRon Johnson Out At J.C. PenneyDemo Of The Day: Software That’s Pushing The Web ForwardThe Signs Of Cowardly LeadershipFirst Look: How The Google Glass UI Really WorksLouis C.K. On The Advantages Of Success5 Business Lessons From Blockbuster MoviesTransmitting Data Via LED LightNews Corp COO Says Channel Will Be Subscription-Only If Aereo PrevailsA Lamp Made Of Coal Takes Fossil Fuels Full CircleBitcoin Mining Scheme DiscoveredSheryl Sandberg Fights SubpoenaOil-Eating Bacteria Fixed The Deepwater Horizon Disaster, But They May Not Help Next TimeOld Spice Bar Soap Ads Bring An Unshakable Freshness To Commercial Tropes Of YesteryearA Search Engine For The Internet Of ThingsThe Future In Passwords May Be All In Your MindToo Busy Playing “Call of Duty” To Work? The Replacers Have You CoveredThe Unsung Product Minds Behind Facebook Home“Crimer Show” Is Twitter’s Heavily Typoed, Insane Answer To CSIPETA’s New Hunter-Hunting Drones“American Idol” For Screenwriters: Hit Movie Scribes Podcast Weekly From The Belly Of The Hollywood BeastCalvin and Hobbes Reimagined With More GritWhat Every Angel Investor Wants You To KnowTricky Disguises That Make Induction Cooking Look PrimitiveListen To Earth’s Topography As A SongGot Too Many Beets From Your Garden? There’s A Way To Find Someone Who Wants Your BeetsA Vaccine For Long-Suffering Cat Allergy PatientsA Legendary Type Collection, Reborn For The Instagram AgeA Matryoshka-Doll Pillbox Makes Med-Taking EasierDo Wind Turbines Cause A Secret Disease That Drives You Crazy?Beware Of Sharks: The Death-Defying Story Behind The Smash Mobile Game, Ridiculous FishingThis Simple Khan Academy Interface Hack Improved Learning By 5%A 3-D Model Merges The Busts Of 5 Roman EmperorsFacebook Facing Jury Trial Over “Timeline”Socialized Medicine: “Hardcore Left” Kibbutz Leads World In OEM Disposable Medical DevicesLove Poop: A New Ad Campaign Wants You To Examine Your WasteA Poignant Photo Series Captures The Silence Of Dogs In CarsWatch: Super-Slow-Mo Turns NYC Streets Into Graceful BalletJoin Us For A Talk About The End Of The Future And The Rise Of The PresentTwitter The Best Thing To Happen To TV, Says “Wife Swap” Producer Stephen LambertFacebook’s Second TV Ad for Home Depicts Friends In High PlacesAnarchy At The Met: Costume Institute Chronicles Punk’s Journey From Chaos To CoutureThis Dragonfly-Inspired Drone Can Be Piloted From Your PhoneRumor: Microsoft’s Next Xbox To Be Revealed May 21stMargaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister, Dead At 87Is That A Helicopter On Your Head? 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A School Teacher’sOn Climbing The Corporate LadderAdam Grant On GivingCodepink To Fly Drone Over Predator Manufacturer’s MansionTyler, The Creator Takes A Selfie With David Letterman, While On LettermanWhere Is Spring And Why Is It Still So Goddamned Cold?“Times Haiku” Turns Newspaper Stories Into PoetryHow Facebook Home Is (And Isn’t) An OSPortraits Of Extreme Plastic Surgery, Done In Classical Style (NSFW)Why We Love TV’s Most Deeply Flawed CharactersAll These Dogs Think They’re People And Might Not Be WrongLet’s Chat About This Curved iPhone “Leak”At 48 Panera Breads, You Can Pay Whatever You Want (Or Pay Nothing) For Your Turkey ChiliForget Fukushima, Nuclear Power Has Saved 1.8 Million LivesCourtney Love Endorses E-Cigarettes, Her WayMark Zuckerberg Might Be Right About Moore’s Law Of SharingWatching The Earth From Space, Live, From The ISSWhat Are You Looking At, Astronauts? Data Visualizations Of A Million Photos Taken From SpaceListen To The Sounds Of The Bitcoin Bubble–Before It PopsIn The Future, Our Skyscrapers Will Be Built By DronesThe Power Of Competition In Creativity: Cisco’s “BIG” Jolt For StartupsThe 4 Ideas That Melinda Gates Thinks Are Changing The WorldMicrosoft Rumored To Have Google Glass Rival On The WayNokia’s Streaming Music Service Hits Windows RT, Windows 8How Tablet Tutoring Company Tabtor Aims To Shake Up Math EducationIf Your Company Targets Millennials, Read This NowThe Problem-Solving Electronic Toys You Want Your Kids To Play WithThe Origins Of The Awful Open-Office LayoutWhen Politics And Branding Don’t Mix: The Chipotle Boy Scouts Burrito BlowupHiring And Firing With The Company’s Vision In MindThe 1-3-5 Rule For More Doable To-Do ListsWhy Everybody Hates On Content MarketersThis Is Innovation: Tippling At Whole FoodsRemembering Roger Ebert, Aspiring “New Yorker” Humorist and One-Time Caption Contest WinnerA Modern Table Lifted Straight From A Renaissance PaintingGiant Bouncy Balls Control Massive Outdoor ArtA Life and Death Week @CoLabsWhy Aren’t Tech Moguls Buying More Art?Can More Fences Mean More Wildlife?Penguin Classics Releases Poems by Heart AppRIP Roger EbertFacebook Home Breaks The Fourth Wall Of Mobile DesignRoger Ebert Passes AwayFairy Tale Photos Of An African Space ProgramHollywood’s Favorite StartupsFacebook’s First Ad For Mobile Play, HomeWatch The Los Angeles Lakers On VineBloomberg Adds Twitter Feeds To Financial Information PlatformFacebook Needs An “Incognito” ModeTalk To Your ATM With New Bank Of America InnovationHome: Facebook’s Bold New Vision For Social SmartphonesFacebook Introduces “Home,” “A New Category Of Experiences” For Android, Available April 12, Says Mark ZuckerbergNeed Something From Another Country? 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