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Cops Get Their Own Social NetworkFreestyle Rap Platform Rapt.fm Goes Beta Tonight With A Record Deal From Tommy BoyAmazon Launches Kindle Reader With Goodreads IntegrationDigitize Your Large-Format Film At A Fraction Of The Price With This DIY ScannerHow Mark Pincus Is Turning Gaming Addiction To Social GoodNow You Can Make Your Tweets Self-DestructMore Than An Office, Teenage Engineering’s Minimalist Garage Is A Tinkerer’s ParadiseGraphene Really May Be The Secret To Post-Silicon ChipsWhat Counting Diamonds And Steve Jobs Taught Guy Kawasaki About How To Enchant CustomersWhen Will Smartwatches Stop Being Dumb And Start Being Actually Smart?Nike Drops First Official Teaser For New Snowboard Film “Never Not”Volvo President Does His Own Stunts In Death-Defying Product DemoWill The Formula For Amazon’s Success Carry Over To The Washington Post?Hashtags Make Your Facebook Posts Less Likely To Go ViralThe Illustrated Man: Artist Tomi Ungerer Takes On Nazis, Nudes, And Children’s BooksGoogle’s Next Android OS Is Called KitKat… After The CandyBe a Hacker Or Just Look Like One: Programming Education Promises A Ticket To Six-Figure Salaries In Just Three MonthsVimeo Partners With Toronto International Film Fest To Offer Filmmakers $1.5M In SupportThe Tech Industry Is In A Rut As Investors Wait For The Next Big ThingApple Confirms September 10th Event, Colorful New iPhones Likely“Cameron Porn” Brings You Porn With A Focus On PlotsMindstorms EV3 Tips And Tricks From The Creator Of Lego Wall-ECEO Character Study: Nokia’s Steve Versus Microsoft’s SteveCONFRONTING THE TRAVEL BOOKING EXPERIENCEKFC Starts Selling Deep-Fried Soup#Payback: Disgruntled Customer Burns @British_Airways With Promoted TweetKindle MatchBook: Re-Purchase your Library from Amazon for $2.99 or lessA New Doc Addresses The Eternal Question: Why Do People Throw Sneakers Onto Power Lines?Privacy App Pinpoints Your Exact Location Using Social MediaThey Really Are Building A Giant Ice Wall To Stop Radioactive Leaks At Fukushima5 Profound Insights On Success From A Wharton Prof Devoted To Understanding ItHow To Recruit And Run A Remote TeamWhy The Next Big Thing In Computing Is ConversationThe Unlikely Return Of Vinyl Records, And How Indie Musicians Are Making Money On ThemThe DEA Is Collecting More Phone Info Than The NSAShould We Teach Literature Students How To Analyze Texts Algorithmically?5 Weird Fabrics That Could Cut Fashion’s FootprintLessons In Extreme Collaboration From Occupy Wall Street And “99%”Volunteering Makes You HappierHow Little “Nudges” In The Supermarket Could Encourage People To Eat BetterWe’re Bad At Recycling Because We Think Most Recyclables Are TrashThe Owlet Is The Newest Wearable Health Tracker–And It’s Just For BabiesHacker Gets $12,500 For Finding A Way To Delete Anyone’s Facebook Photos3 Hidden Killers Of Sustainability ProgramsMark Zuckerberg And Sergey Brin’s Breakthrough Life Science Prize Nominations Now OpenA.1. Steak Sauce Offers World’s First VIP Sauce CardNow There’s A Hospital-Based Treatment Facility for Internet AddictsThese Apocalyptic Dioramas Show Us How The World Could End–In Dollhouse SizesWith “Connect” Feature, Spotify Tries To Move Beyond Smartphones And Into Your Living RoomInside The Magical Patch That Gives You A Powerful Anti-Mosquito Force FieldHaunting Instagram Portraits Of All The Public Schools That Chicago Shut DownVerizon Buys Back Remaining Shares Of Verizon Wireless From VodafoneThe Best Businesses For Workers, And The Perks They OfferHow To Make A Talking Dog Video That Will Be Seen And Shared By MillionsTop HTC Executives Allegedly Stole Trade Secrets, Hoped To Start A New CompanyMicrosoft Is Buying Nokia’s Phone BusinessHiatus Interruptus: Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” Return And The Art Of Reentering WorkWhy Being Awesome At School Can Make You Terrible At WorkCan Everest Make Your Dreams Come True?Quick Fixes For Flowing Purposefully Through Your WorkdayHand Over Your Inbox, And Other Ways To Let A Great Assistant Maximize Your Productivity19 Of The Smartest People On Twitter This WeekCan The “GitHub For Science” Convince Researchers To Open-Source Their Data?Another Desktop Factory Promises To Print And Mill Its Way Into Your HeartJay Z, Run DMC, And Skrillex Bring The Noise In The Trailer For Ron Howard’s “Made In America” Concert DocumentaryThe Replicants Are Coming: An Artist Creates Creepy 3-D Printed FacesDoes Nasdaq’s CEO Understand Computers At All?E-Books Could Be The Future Of Social MediaU.S. Intelligence Agencies Will Begin Publishing The Number Of Surveillance Orders They Request Each YearWhat If Wes Anderson Made A Surf Movie?See The Leaked Screenshots Of Samsung’s Galaxy Gear Smartwatch AppHit The Streets of Tokyo Without Leaving InstagramWith Dog-E-Glow Accessories, Your Pet Is The King Of CoolMcDonald’s Serves Happy Meals On NFC-Enabled Interactive Happy TablesThis Crazy Farm Tool Of The Future Carries People, Ploughs Soil, And 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Lunches Over $3,000 BonusesHow To Design A Better Office For Both Introverts And ExtrovertsFrom A Journalist Who Turned To Selling Airplanes, A Lesson On How To Adapt Your CareerWhy Yahoo’s “30 Logos In 30 Days” Campaign Is Actually Brilliant RebrandingOkkervil River’s Will Sheff On How To Market Yourself As An Indie Rock Band In 2013Facebook, Pandora, Flickr, Autodesk Go Head To Head In Lego’s Robot Building CompetitionFinally, An Affordable 3-D Printer Big Enough To Print More Than TrinketsCyberskin Will Give You Real-Life Spidey SenseWill Google Glass Ever Look Good?Spies, Cyberwar, And Secret Prisons: America’s Secret $52 Billion Intelligence Budget RevealedYouTube, And The Trouble With View CountsWhy Kobo Thinks Customers Will Buy Fancy E-Book ReadersA Student-Built Autonomous Drone Boat Is Crossing The Atlantic Right Now, And You Can Track It OnlineFormer Tumblr Media Evangelist Mark Coatney Becomes Al Jazeera America’s First Senior VP Of Digital MediaWere The Syrian Electronic 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Props: Hands-On With The Guy Who Made Thor’s Hammer And Iron Man’s HeartCelebrate The 50th Anniversary Of The March On Washington With This Stunning WebsiteTwitter Is Hiring An Editor To Surface Vine’s Best Content And CreatorsHow Computers Can Predict The Next Leader Of HezbollahWatch Greenpeace Ruin Shell’s Day With Humorously Low-Budget PrankListen To An Unearthed Martin Luther King Jr. Recording You’ve Never HeardHow To Write ShortThe Brave (And Profitable) New World Of Curation-As-Business“I Declare War” Uses Foul-Mouthed Kids In Combat To Reveal The Truth About Growing UpE-Cigarettes Have Surpassed $1 Billion In Sales For The First Time3 Reasons You Want Your Mind To WanderWhy The Japanese Love Twitter But Not Facebook“Twerk,” “Selfie,” and “Emoji” Are Now In The Oxford Dictionaries OnlineZite’s Personalized News App Comes To Google GlassShopify Bridges Online And Offline Shopping With Point-of-Sale ServiceThe Top Nine Consumer 3-D Printers For Every BudgetWith $6M Raised, 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