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Belly Raises $12.1 Million To Replace Loyalty Cards With Its AppImperial Stormtroopers Get A Paint Job In This Japanese Nissan Juke CampaignIf You’ve Got A Kid Leaving For College, This Extra Gum Spot May Make You WeepNew York Times and Twitter Attacks Appear To Be Coordinated EffortAdvertising Is Dead, And Advertising Killed ItJack The Ripper Is Killing On TwitterThe 10 Governments That Requested (And Got) The Most Facebook User DataStep Into The Ring With Audi And Referee Tony Weeks In This Jonathan Glazer-Directed AdA New App To Help You Reach Out And Touch Your FriendsTwitter Is Planning A Shopping Feature, Hires Ex-Ticketmaster CEO Nathan Hubbard As Commerce ChiefGovernments Requested Information On 38,000 Facebook Users In The First Half Of 2013Top 10 Apps, Sites, And Guides For Sustainable Travel Inspirations10 Everyday Objects That Can Be Programmed To Run CodeSix Ways to Automate Photo Backup From Phone To CloudHave You Ever Considered That You’re Pooping Wrong?Developing For iOS 7: The Good, The Bad, The Flat, And The UglyInside The Brilliant, Oddball Engineering Team Behind FunnyOrDieConfirmed: Samsung’s Galaxy Gear Smartwatch To Launch September 4Welcome to GIF Hell, Where You’ll Find All The Trending GIFsHuzzah! A Beer That Prevents Dehydration Now ExistsBehold The Face Of Funny: Portraits Of Today’s Comic GeniusesHow The UN Uses Crowdsourcing To Get Refugees What They NeedA Water Carrier For The Developing World That Cleans As It RollsWorld Economic Forum Honors 36 World-changing Tech CompaniesA New Startup Accelerator Helps Hardware Companies Prepare For SuccessNorwegian Hotel Chain Bans Pay-TV Porn From Its 171 Scandinavian HotelsWhat If We Named Catastrophic Hurricanes After Climate Change Deniers?See Just How Much You Look Like Your Father In This Stunning Photo SeriesIf Your Block Could Talk: These Riveting Photo Mashups Show NYC’s Past And Present In A Single ImageMicrosoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s Legacy: A Salesman Without Product VisionHow to Be a Rogue Creative Agent in a Multinational ConglomerateLos Angeles Contemplates A Plan For Free Citywide Wi-FiFacebook Allows Multiple Users To Upload Pictures To AlbumsAll You Can See: Linea Is An Insta-Collage For Photo GluttonsFinding The Calories To Feed A Hungry World, Hidden In Front Of Our FacesFood Trucks Could Slowly Be Replacing Fast FoodThese Maps Can Predict The FutureAre These The Most Influential And Trend-Setting Thought Leaders?Apple Testing Out In-Store Trade-In Program For iPhones5 Golden, Press Release-Free Keys To Building Successful Buzz For Your StartupHow Hind Hobeika Created The Google Glass Of Swim GogglesWhat Is The Value Of Happiness?How CEOs Do Burning ManThis Must Be The Place: Funkified New Wave Jams To Boost Your Productivity, Heart RateRetailers, Take Note: Young Shoppers Don’t Care About Owning Your StuffThe Simple 8-Step Process To Make Over Your Schedule–And Transform Dreams Into GoalsMore On Those Smartest Women On TwitterMeet The Giant Polar Bear That Stalked The Streets Of LondonFive Reporters React To Kapture, The Always-On Audio Recording WatchWhat’s Among The Most Viral GIFs? A Lot Of Bieber, Some PornFoursquare’s Biggest Fails Are Amazing And EpicWatch This Ultralight, 3-D-Printed Ornithopter Flap Around Like A DragonflyHere Are Instagram’s Banned Search TermsRick Perry Leaves Trail Of Death: Politicians Who Deny Climate Change Get A Meteorological ShamingYelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman On Google’s Local Division: “It’s Constant Chaos Over There”Mercedes C-Class Goes Back In Time To Kill HitlerNo Time To Plan Meals Or Shop For Groceries? PlateJoy Will Put Them On AutopilotCould Drive-In “Sex Boxes” Solve Zurich’s Prostitution Problem?Facebook Makes Us Feel Bad About Ourselves–Here’s The Research That Proves It3% Of Americans Still Use Dial-Up InternetAn Advocacy Group To Protect The Growing, Fragile Sharing EconomyFacebook Will Shut Down Its Physical Gifts Service This WeekHow A Traveling Salesforce Of Women Could Bridge Africa’s “Last Mile”This Machine Shop In A Box Turns Your Desk Into A FactoryHow Startups Should Handle Patent Infringement LawsuitsHow A Co-Founder Of Lean In Is Helping A New Generation Of Women Business LeadersThe Placebo Effect Is Real. Now Doctors Just Have To Work Out How To Use ItTake A Vacation From Reality And Check Out The Hand-Drawn Creatures Inside Guillermo Del Toro’s SketchbookNew York City Has An Internet Inequality ProblemKicking Butt At Starcraft II, With SciencePressed For Time? Watch These 60-Second Versions Of Your Favorite MoviesHow The “Me Me Me Generation” Plans To Save You You YouReaction As Steve Ballmer Heads Into The Big Blue YonderThese Crazy Photos Reveal The Hidden World Of Clear WaterUN Weapons Inspection Vehicle Hit By Sniper Fire On Its Way To Attack SiteAnnals Of Improbable Places To Stick A Garden–On Top Of A Moving Bus EditionWhat Your Kitchen Will Look Like In 2025Levitate Objects With This Fitness Tracker For Your BrainWait, What’s That? The Science Behind Why Your Mind Keeps Wandering5, Like, Totally Awesome Public Speaking Lessons From College Admissions Guides To Use At WorkCash, Lies, And ROI: Are Your Marketing Budgets A Flight Risk?How Creating A Better Bucket List Becomes A Blueprint For Living Your Best LifeHappy National Dog Day! Know Any Humans With These Doglike Qualities Working In Your Office?25 Of The Smartest Women On TwitterAmazon Data Center Glitch Knocks Instagram, Vine, Airbnb And Other Sites OfflineApple Tested 64-Bit A7 Processor In iPhone 5S Making It Faster, With Better GraphicsNSA Hacked The UN By Cracking Its Internal Video-Conferencing SystemHow To Achieve Greatness (And Redemption) At KaraokeFrom Bedroom to Standing Room Only: Indie Hero, Washed Out, On Teaching Yourself To Make MusicEven The Laziest Developers Should Transition To IPv6 NowSteve Ballmer Made $769 Million Today Just By QuittingAn Artist Paints 5,500 Portraits Of Doomed Dogs And Each One Will Break Your HeartSNL’s Rumored Newbies Are Big On YouTube (And For Good Reason)This Samsung Promo Video Was So Bad, It Was Pulled A Day After Reddit Found ItYour Next Smartphone May Be Stuffed With WaxLatest Round Of Funding Pushes Uber’s Valuation To $3.5 BillionA Tokyo Startup With Something To ProveThe Recommender: Matt Haber, Who Isn’t Ignoring Your Friend Request (Honest)Calling All Geeks: The White House Wants YouHow To Find Inspiration In The Age Of Information OverloadHow An Arcane Coding Method From 1970s Banking Software Could Save The Sanity Of Web Developers EverywhereKia’s Hamsters Return, Get Fit, With An Assist From Lady GagaUSPS Reveals Commemorative Civil Rights Stamp With Thousands of Profile PicturesAmazon Tinkers With A Wireless Network ServiceMicrosoft CEO Steve Ballmer Stepping DownSee Animals Who Dress Way Better Than You Strike a PoseKleenex Puts Its Tissue To A High-Velocity Snot TestAirbnb Is Using Vine Clips To Create A Short FilmHow Milwaukee’s Forgotten Iconic Basketball Court Reemerged As ArtSimon Pegg, Nick Frost, And Edgar Wright On “The World’s End” And Why You Should Make Movies With Your FriendsWhy Yahoo and Apple Want Foursquare’s DataClimate Change Is Making Apples MushierThis Solar Dryer Is Helping Put Food On The Table In IndiaCould Earning Money One Day Resemble A Real-Life Video Game?Researchers Use Spiderweb-Spinning Method To Create New Body TissuesGoogle Wants To Be Your DictionaryThe Free App Party Starts Now (And You’re Invited!)Do Call It A Comeback: 5 Key Steps For Bringing Good Buzz Back To Your Forgotten BrandHow X Prize Contestants Will Hunt Down The Health Sensors Of The FutureBuilding An Epic Brand Around Incredible, True StoriesThese Office Workers Can Tend Crops While They’re In Boring MeetingsSummer’s Almost Over. Was That Internship Worth The Effort?Ads On Facebook Are About To Get More AttractiveHow One Entrepreneur Faced His Biggest Fears–Clients, New Work, Scorpions!–And Found Hard-Fought SuccessMarketers, These Eye-Popping Stats Will Make You Stop Chasing Youth, Start Courting BoomersThe Uneven Geography Of Consumers Who Will Buy A Green ProductWill Embark Bring Public Transit Info To Apple Maps?How Big Power Companies Are Trying To Quash The Disownership EconomyVisualizing The World’s Biggest Data BreachesSmart Windows That Let In Light But Keep Out Heat Are Almost HereSharing Experiences Online Makes It Easier To Deal With CancerAirbnb Is Creating A Film From Vines–Perhaps Your Vines10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: Structural Disasters, Maddening CVS Receipts, And MoreAre Emoji Racist?After SFO Crash, San Francisco Fire Department Bans Helmet CamerasWindows Phone Ad Takes The Mobile Battle To The School PlayToday’s Most Creative People: The Students Behind A Smart, Water-Saving Shower HeadThe One Thing That Could Stop The Internet Of ThingsLessons In Extreme Productivity From The Director Of “Drinking Buddies”This Keyboard Accessory Shocks You Until You Stop Wasting Time On FacebookFeds Scold Tesla For Saying The Model S Is Safest Car Ever TestedRelay Foods Lets You Order Local Produce From Your PhoneApple Is Courting ESPN, HBO, And Viacom Content For Its TV7 Tough Leadership Lessons From A Navy SEAL CommanderThe Fashions Of “The Hunger Games” Come To Our World With New Editions Of Capitol CoutureFacebook Wants To Help You Hide Your Taylor Swift ObsessionHow Criminals Crack Two-Step AuthenticationWhat Space Travel Can Teach Us About Autonomous CarsThe Total Cost Of TiVo’s New DVRs Is InsanePresident Obama Introduces Performance Funding for CollegesMeet Boxed, A Delivery Service For Wholesale Goods That’s Like Costco On WheelsTelepathy, The Stylish Rival To Google Glass, Gets $5 Million FundingA Bright-New Brand Identity Sun Rises Over The Sundance InstituteApple Files Patent For IPhone Away MessagesThe “Bullshit Jobs” That Keep You From A Four-Hour WorkdayComedian Talks To People In 162 Countries On A Global Skype Tour9 In 10 New Drugs Are No More Effective Than The Old OnesThe Story Behind Those Emergency Alerts On Your Cell PhoneUnsurprisingly, The Ubuntu Smartphone Missed Its Insane Crowdfund Target By A MileSpotify Wants You To “Follow” Your Favorite BrandsVolvo Tests A Road That Can Charge Cars And TrucksNASA Is Dusting Off An Old Space Telescope To Go Asteroid HuntingFrom Crab Monsters to Sharktopus, What B Movie King Roger Corman Can Teach Us About Art and BusinessArt Takes Over Ad Space In The World’s Largest Public ExhibitHow To #Unplug And Recharge With Help From Burning ManEye to Eye With the Future of DronesBringing Solar To Impoverished Towns, With A Model Straight From The Corporate WorldHow We Check In With The Founder Of FoursquareA Fast Food Chain’s Quest To Turn Gardening Into Good BusinessYahoo Got More Traffic Than Google In July, And Not Because Of TumblrWhoops, Humans Officially Blew The Planet’s Budget This WeekInside The Project That’s Bringing Smart Young People Back To DetroitGoogle May Bring You A Self-Driving Car Sooner Than LaterThese Stunning Paintings Are Made From Coal Mine SludgeWho’s More Productive, Introverts Or Extroverts?FISA Court Forced NSA To Stop Illegally Gathering Email5 Things You Don’t Realize About How You Spend Your TimeThe Art Of Winning By Not CompetingHow You Can Conquer Any DeadlineThe Hidden Trick To Finding An Extra Hour In Your DaySky Maul: The Surprising Truth About The American, US Airways Mega MergerWeather News Sucks, Can Researchers Crowdsource Something Better?Why Your Startup’s Culture Is Secretly AwfulCould This New Set-Top Box Kill The Smart TV?How Al Jazeera Botched Its American Network LaunchIs The Web Our Path To Immortality?This Watch Turns Your Hand Into A Phone ReceiverIs Wine The Next Frontier For Crowdsourcing?Apple Patents 3D Gesture UIMeet Prsm, The Social Network That Will Share Your Purchases, Internet Searches, Emails, And Phone CallsCreating A “Farm-To-Fridge” Economy To Keep Local Food FreshRejoice! Twitter Returns To IFTTT After A Yearlong HiatusElmore Leonard’s 10 Simple Rules For WritingCoca-Cola Rewards Fans With Mini 3-D Printed Versions Of ThemselvesTech Leaders Ask: Can Social Media Combat Gun Violence?Oh, If The Walls Could Compute…Bradley Cooper, LeBron James, Serena Williams, Chris Pine Help Nike Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of “Just Do It”“Why the f*** would I use Yelp?” Investor Bets $5,000 Yelp Will FailWhat Hackers Should Know About Machine LearningCan You Hear Me Now? Verizon Heads To NYC’s Subway StationsIf You Want To Sell Digital Products, Bundle Them With Physical OnesUsing The McDonald’s Ketchup Pouch Model To Deliver HIV Drugs In The Developing WorldTwitter Shame For Rap Genius After Rape JokeData Triage For The Boston Bombing: How Beth Israel Deaconess Protected Patient Records From Hackers, Journalists, And Curious DoctorsBeats Music Is Starting To Sound A Lot Like SongzaRed Bull Teams With French Fred On A Meditation On The Art Of Skateboarding$20 Million Short, What’s Next For Ubuntu?Social Media Editors: The Beatrix App Is Coming For Your JobsThis Open Source Twitter Replacement Is Absolutely BrilliantMicrosoft Takes On Google And Apple In The ClassroomHow Walkable Is Your Neighborhood? This Mapping Data Juggernaut Now KnowsThe NSA Can Monitor As Much As 75% Of U.S. Internet Traffic18 Million People Are Using Nike+ To Track Their FitnessWikiLeaks Source Bradley Manning Sentenced To 35 YearsUnblocked Series: Table Of ContentsGoogle Survey Reveals Patterns Of How We Donate Money OnlineBuy This Remarkable Underwear And You’ll Also Be Sending Sanitary Pads To AfricaRevel In Pure Villainy With This Exclusive Preview Of Mondo Monster ArtConcluding Thoughts: Your Job Is To Make Wonderful Things (Part 7)Data Flow: Using Data To Constantly Improve (Part 6)Design Flow: Achieving Breakthrough Creativity And High Yield Production (Part 5)Facilitating High-Velocity Engineering Sprints (Part 4)Engineering Flow: Planning For High-Velocity Sprints (Part 3)Value-Driven Product Development: Using Value Propositions To Build A Rigorous Product Roadmap (Part 2)Unblocked: A Guide To Making Things People Love (Part 1)Can Entrepreneurs Revive Martin Luther King’s Campaign For Economic Justice?Apple Turns Up The Dial On iTunes Radio With Big Name Brand PartnersIn The Netherlands, Schools Are Letting IPads Do The TeachingNetflix’s Instant Queue Just Got A Little Bit SmarterSee What You’d Look Like As A Meth AddictSmartThings Opens A Shop So You Can Bring Your Internet Of Things HomeThe Small Miracle Of How Reliable Internet Came To Burning ManFukushima Leak Alert Upgraded By Japan’s Nuclear AgencySee The Entire History of the World, As Told By InfographicsHow Skylanders Took Over The Department StoreWe Now Know When The PlayStation 4 Will Hit ShelvesHow We’ll Grow The Next Generation Of Buildings With BacteriaWhat’s Preventing Impact Investing From Moving To The Next Level?Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Bring The Internet To EveryoneThis Is What It Looks Like When 3-D Printers Go RogueJeff Bezos Is Here To Save Your Soul (Well, Newspaper)! Who Cares?Vine Hits 40 Million Users And Spawns A Whole New Shortform Video Industry10 Rules Of Influencer Marketing–And Why You Should Commit To ThemHow A DIY Dad Took The Toy World By Storm With Rainbow LoomDon’t Stop Believin’: Music To Give Your Productivity A JoltCVS’s Insanely Long Sales Receipts Are A Twitter Meme–And A Golden Branding OpportunityAre You An Introvert Or An Extrovert? What It Means For Your CareerThe One Easy Daily Habit That Makes Life More AwesomeHow To Organize Your Day For Success