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Manhattan Judge Rules In Favor Of Taxi-Smartphone StartupsCustomer Service Is KingThe Right Approach To Negative FeedbackSelling Seeds That Survive The Harsh Life Of An Urban GardenThe Tsarnaev Brothers, Al Qaeda’s Magazine, And Branding TerrorismOutdoor Furniture Designed For More Comfort, Less WasteAP Attacked By SpearphishersCoca-Cola Goes Full Digital In Multisite Campaign To Reach TeensHow Shell Is Fostering Innovation With MeditationAn Indoor Furniture Line Built Entirely From CompostSo Many Dominos Drop–Along With Your Jaw–In This Rube Goldberg Music VideoAn Algorithm That Reads Academic Literature For YouFor Millennials, Internet Privacy Is MalleableUnder-35s More Likely To Give Up Personal PrivacyAP Twitter Account Hacked, Suspended After Fake Tweets About ObamaWatch: A Huge Kinetic Sculpture Balanced Miraculously On A Single FeatherDavid Karp’s Challenge To “Find The Formula” For TumblrThe Top Locavore States In The U.S.We’re Not Saying Justin Bieber Ruined Europe’s Economy, But We’re Not Saying He Didn’tWhat’s Your Biggest Business Takeaway So Far This Year?Create Your Own Electricity With Your Feet, With This Simple Bike-Powered ChargerWith 50 Million Visitors, Foursquare Redesigns Web Listings To Become A Social YelpFacebook Rethinks Brand Pages On MobileScary, Suggestive Portraits Of The Portuguese Man O’ WarRundown: New Writing Tools For Curated Web PublishingIs Data Storage A Human Right?Aereo TV To Expand To Boston On May 15th, Reach 4.5 Million New Viewers$4.7 Trillion: The Environmental Cost Of BusinessDoes It Pay to Be Lazy?A Flat-Packed Plywood Bike You Put Together YourselfAn Interactive Journey Through Your Insomnia Is Highlight Of Tribeca’s Transmedia ShowcaseNew Deal Between Twitter And Starcom MediaVest Intended To “Shape The Future Of The Industry”Meet The Rockstar Who Won The Right For You To Power Hour From A Trademark TrollJust A Few Extra Transit Riders Can Do Wonders For TrafficHumans Feel Empathy For Robots As If They Were People TooVimeo Partners With Marketers Via Brand Creative FundA 3-D Printer For Every Home! (Yeah, Right)Nest Wants To Do To Energy Firms What Apple Did To Record LabelsARM Reports Success Driven By Smartphones And TabletsThe Cure For Everbloat: How To Organize All Your Cloud-Connected StuffSee What Your iPhone And Other Personal Effects Will Look Like “100 Years Later”Social Enterprises Must Move Beyond PurposeWhen Will We See A Macklemore Or 50 Shades-Style Blockbuster–In Movies?Workflow Reimagined: The Clinical Laboratory Industry“Gentleman” Puts Psy Back In The YouTube Record Books With Most Views In A DayTo Create The Future Of Brand Identity, Ideo Looks InwardHuge Rise In State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks To Obtain Company Secrets, Says ReportState-Sponsored Industrial Espionage Is Number Two Cyber Threat, After StealingHow Passion Guided A Big Career Shift For A Banker Turned Tasting Table CEO$21 Million Seized By Department Of Energy From Electric Car Maker FiskerSpaceX’s Experimental Grasshopper Rocket Hovers To New HighsNetflix Beating HBO On The U.S. Subscriber Front, Pulls In $1 Billion Revenue In Q1 Of 2013The F.U. Effect: Netflix Counts One Billion Reasons To Do Exclusive ContentCustomers Aren’t Just Right. They Also Have All The Power3 Ways To Be Less Stupid TodayGetting Customer Feedback Better, Faster, And CheaperTo Succeed At Work, Make Yourself More VisibleCan BACtrack Become The Nike FuelBand For Alcoholics?Promoting Women In BusinessPromoting Women In BusinessThe Best Workplace on EarthThe Best Workplace on EarthGoogle Glass Will Run Web Apps, Not Native AndroidBacking Up? The Cloud Still SucksThe New Lightest Material On Earth Might Be The Key To Cleaning Oil SpillsWhat’s It Like to Use a UI That “Feels Like Magic?”How User Data Evolves Into New FeaturesGame Builders Know How To Build CommunityApple’s Suppliers Are Understandably PissedNext For Nest: Building Out The Smart Grid, One Home At A TimeDon’t Forget These Five Things About App Store EconomicsInventing A Data Play For Your Retail Shopping App5 Changes To Expect In Facebook HomeName It, Frame It, Prove It, Win It: Notes from the Judging BattlegroundTwitter Lands Its Biggest Ad Deal To Date, With Starcom MediaVest GroupA New Solution For Bedbugs: Kidney Bean LeavesInvestors Continue To Fund Mobile MessagingReddit Apologizes For Fueling Boston Marathon-Related “Online Witch Hunts”Michael Shannon Has Literally Fu*king Had It Up to Here With Delta Gamma SororityRetail App Spotlight: A Social Shopping List For Your Mom (And Everyone Else)Join The 3-D Printing Revolution With This Affordable Desktop 3-D ScannerThese Chairs Assemble Themselves When You Unbox ThemWho Profits From Professional Apple Hating?Mars One Company Seeks Astronaut Applicants For One-Way Mars JourneyGoogle Earth Supports Leap Motion’s Gesture DeviceStep Inside Cornelia Funke’s MirrorWorld With New iPad AppVolvo Gives People Money To Have Fun In New CampaignYahoo’s New App Integrates Summly TechnologyDistribution Is A Feature, Not A Marketing PlanThis Ambitious Nonprofit Wants To Fact Check The WebConnecting People To Cheap Personal Trainers, From The Comfort Of HomeHalf A Million Downloads, But Poor Reviews For Facebook’s HomeWould You Move To A Shrinking City If It Paid Off Your Loans?The Country’s Number One Litter Culprit Is Cigarette ButtsVolkswagen’s iBeetle Adds Integrated iPhone SupportWith New Leap Motion Support, Google Earth Lets You Touch The WorldSix Versions of Latin Lover William Levy Entice You In New Pepsi Next CampaignWatch This City Made Out Of Bread As It DecaysThese Modular Houses From MIT Have The Solar Power Built Into The WallsComedy Central To Use Twitter And Vine For Five-Day Comedy FestivalMicrosoft Launches Privacy Awareness Campaign For Internet UsersCities Of The Future, Built By Drones, Bacteria, And 3-D PrintersGoogle Fined $189,230 By German Data Regulator For Capturing Private Data Over Wi-FiThis Is What Facebook’s Green Roof Will Look LikeHow Many Of Those New Amazon Shows Will Fail? This Company Promises A Scientific AnswerHow Kmart Used Social Listening (And Some Nerve) To Create A Ship-My-Pants Funny Viral HitFacial Recognition Technology No Use In Search For Boston Bombers, Says Police ChiefBoston Bomber Suspect Awake And Answering Questions Via Written AnswersSenate Expected To Vote On Net Sales Tax BillFacial Recognition Technology Didn’t Help The Search For The Boston Bombers, Says Police ChiefAnonymous Leads 200 Websites Into Blackout Protest Over CISPAThe Digital Revolution And Dictators, Discussed By Google’s Eric Schmidt And Jared CohenDaft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” Featuring Pharrell, Nile Rodgers, Becomes Spotify’s Most Streamed SongInstead Of Taking Your Daughters To Work, Introduce Them To TechnologyAre Ambitious People Happier?When You Travel For Work, Your Kids Benefit More From Stories Than SouvenirsHow To Make Your Company Just As Productive Outside The OfficeThis Is What Happens When You Ignore Your Customers’ HabitsHiring Secrets From Some Of Silicon Valley’s Most Influential ConnectorsWhen Answering Email Is A Career SetbackGetting Your Employees To Share Their Best Ideas On Yammer, Chatter, And Enterprise SocialFacebook Platform Director On Home: “We Don’t Want To Build An Operating System”Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” Most Streamed Song On SpotifyToday Is Earth Day, And Google Celebrates With An Interactive DoodleHeidi Grant Halvorson On HappinessOne Interview Question You Should Always AskLessons From A Crash Course In Data ScienceWhy 2013 Is An Awesome Year To Start UpWhy Do Teen Girls Use Their Phones To Go Online More Than Boys Do?With Suspect In Custody, Subreddit Findbostonbombers Shut DownBoston Police: Suspect In Marathon Bombing In Custody, AliveCan Bud’s New Beer Can Become An Icon Like The Coke Bottle?Emebedding The Rights Of Nature In Our Legal CodeA Stylish Cane That Begs To Be CarriedYahoo Shuts Down Upcoming, Yahoo! Kids, and Yahoo! Deals In The Name Of FocusThe Future Of Opera Is An FX ExtravaganzaIs Reality TV Star and Olympic Himbo Ryan Lochte Smarter Than We Think?What Reddit Got Right And Wrong In Boston Terror InvestigationA Herman Miller Couch For Easy Sitting (And Easy Moving)10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: J.Crew, Detroit Hustle, And MoreOnly You Can Save This City’s PedestriansAll Hands On Deck to Create Macklemore’s Latest VideoA Contest For Social Entrepreneurs Without New IdeasLong-Distance Lover? Condom Company Enables Remote Nookie With Electronic “Fundawear”Man Who Took Photo On New York Post’s Front Page On The Wrath Of RedditInfographic: Seeking Privacy In PublicIceland Needed an Incest-Prevention App; Now It Has OneAt The World’s First Nonprofit Bar, It’s Good To Drink A LotHow Angelina Jolie’s Bosom Got “Fashionista” Into The DictionaryAn FBI Sketch Artist Shows Women They Don’t Know How Beautiful They AreEvian Follows Up Its “Roller Babies” Viral Smash With “Baby & Me”5 Classic Ad Campaigns Get Modern MakeoversClimbing Towards A Fiery Dawn: See The Iconic Albums Of “Dark Side Of The Moon” Designer Storm ThorgersonUniversity Of Massachusetts At Dartmouth Closes, Suspect Is A StudentInfographic: A Flowchart Maps Time Travel In The MoviesAmazon Snaps Up Goodreads, A Partner Apple Wanted3 Creative Ways To Visualize Urban Public TransportationHow Snoop Dogg Is Turning Illegal Guns Into BraceletsThe World’s Biggest Game Of Pong: Here’s How They Built ItHow Reddit Became A Hub Of The Crowdsourced Boston Marathon Bombing InvestigationNew Photo Of Boston Suspect Released by FBIRusty Fire Hydrants, Transformed Into Beautiful PlanetsA Font For Supporters Of Marriage EqualityResources From Around The Web: The Hunt For The Boston Marathon Terror SuspectThe Story Behind Dove’s Mega Viral “Real Beauty Sketches” CampaignGet A Graphic Glimpse At The Secret Lives Of SuperheroesThe $5.1 Billion Future Of Crowdfunding Is More Than KickstarterHow Costa Coffee Used Data To Drive Loyalty And SalesPink Floyd’s Iconic Graphic Design Genius, Storm Thorgerson, DiesHow Reframing A Problem Unlocks InnovationChinese Site Shares Pirated Apps Via Apple’s Business ToolMicrosoft Beats The Analysts With 17% Jump In Profits For First Three Months Of 2013Google Introduces The Concept Of Micro-Philanthropy With Its One Today AppThe Rise Of The Invisible App3 Secrets Of Writing Attention-Grabbing Cover LettersWhen Startups Pair Up With Big Corporations, Everyone Wins–If You Make The Right MatchThe Best Ways To Stay Sane In An Open OfficeWhy Going Home At 5:30 Brings In Top TalentWhen International Business Means Unintentional HumorGoogle Testing One Today Philanthropic App That Donates $1 To Good CausesGoogle’s Q1 Earnings Released, Larry Page Describes It As “A Strong Start To 2013”Beautifully Funky Chairs Made By Ex-PrisonersAfter Massive Manhunt, Boston Police Take Bombing Suspect Into Custody, AliveFrom 8 Bits To 300 Million Downloads: Meet The Wonder Twins Behind “Cut The Rope: Time Travel”FBI Releases Pictures Of Boston Terror Suspects (With Pics)Dove Parody Shows The Male Side Of Beauty BlindnessA Design Blog Experiments With The Printed PagePeter Klein Leaving MicrosoftHow Evernote Handles Online GripesCoca-Cola Launching Solar-Powered African KiosksFrom Berg, A Birdhouse Powered By Your Twitter StreamStudy: Forgotten Passwords Harm E-commerceTurning To Fighting To Manage PTSDThis Is What A 10,000-Strong iPhone Domino Effect Would Look LikeHouse Passes Controversial CISPA BillAlphaBoost Enters Brazilian MarketJan Chipchase On Mapping The Lives Of Your UsersPlausible “Cheap iPhone” Shell Image LeaksA Painting Robot Coded For Artificial CreativityHow Facebook Design Researchers Evaluate The First-Time User ExperienceA Prosthetic Arm, Controlled By Your ThoughtsDiet Chocolate That Tastes Like The Real Thing–With None Of The RegretsStrut Gamifies Your Travels, Slowly Uncovers A Digital Map Of The WorldInfographic: Foursquare’s New Tool Maps Your Check-InsJack White Goes On Record With His Love of Vinyl, Via Record-Pressing Booth6 Ways Twitter #Music Is Already Changing The Way We ListenA Revered App Designer Shares His Dream ProjectA Super Cheap, Super Fast HIV Test Built From A Simple DVD PlayerThis Indoor Weather Station Will Make Your Workplace More ProductiveUsing Public Art To Transform CitiesThis Campaign Asks House Movers To Buy Boxes To Help The HomelessSubmit Your App To Our Retail Accelerator Before April 30Igniting Kids’ Passion To Save Our Failing SchoolsVerizon Reports $1.95 Billion Quarterly Profit, 4 Million iPhones SoldArtists.MTV Reports Expansion, Gains For ArtistsNew From Yahoo: Weather Meets Flickr, Email That Reads Like A BookWhat Libby Wadle’s Promotion Says About The Future Of J.CrewTwitter Launches #Music App On Good Morning America5 Data-Driven Ideas To Combat DiabetesRobinhood Taps Social Networks For Stock TipsHere To Amuse You: See Art From The Martin Scorsese ExhibitTony Hsieh’s Plan To Reinvent Vegas Transportation With Electric CarsCannes Festival Line-Up Revealed: Spielberg Heads Jury And Directors Jostle For Palme D’OrThese Brain-Scanning Neuro-Toys Are About To Change EverythingNokia Posts Quarterly Loss Of $196 Million, But Lumia Sales Are UpGoogle Glass Owners May Not Resell, Loan, Or Give Their Headsets To Others, Says GoogleAre Marketers Their Own Worst Enemy?Oreo’s “Dunk In The Dark” Strategy And The Future Of Real-Time MarketingWhat The Music Industry Could Learn By Listening To Its FansWhy Data God Jeffrey Hammerbacher Left Facebook To Found ClouderaFinding The Art In Building A BusinessBefore Big Data Comes Big ContentWhy The Happiest People Have The Hardest JobsHow Elevators Reveal Office Pecking OrderHow Flatiron School Makes New Programmers–In Just 12 WeeksGoogle Forbids The Loan Or Reselling Of Its Glass ProjectFull Impact Of Waco Fertilizer Plant Explosion Filmed By Passer-ByA Stylish Wedding Registry Puts Design Thinking To WorkAn NYC Bike Messenger Turned SoulCycle Instructor On Managing–And Staying Calm–In ChaosWhat The Music Industry Can Learn By Listening To Its FansWith New App, LinkedIn Makes First Foray Into Advertising On SmartphonesSo, Bitcoin Crashed. 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