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With Spin, Your Once-Awkward Video Chats Come AliveWhat Obamacare Means for the Startup Founder, the VC, and the Big CompanyHailo’s NYC E-Hailing App Now Supports Instant, In-App PaymentsDelta Airlines Is Replacing Flight Bags With… Microsoft Surface Tablets?How All Star Code Is Getting More Young, Black Males Into TechSurgeons Get A “Flight Simulator” For Brain SurgeryQuirky Hires Frog Design President To Head Research, Design, And ProductMemory Hacking“New York Daily News” Produces Perfect Pop Culture Flip-Off To CongressMusic, Film, Interactive, and Sports? SXSW Debuts SXsports TrackSpotify Joins The List Of Sites Offering “Follow” ButtonWith Projection Mapping and Motion Detection, Nike Replicates the Footie Experience For FansAppy Hour: Meet Monsieur, Your Robotic BartenderWhy Do Startups Create Better Mobile Apps?Moleskine And Paper App Partner To Turn Your Drawings Into Beautiful BooksSocial Media Spam Is Up 355%This Search Engine Lets You Search 30 Sites At OnceIs Your Job Among The 47% That Robots Could Steal?The Surprising Link Between “American Idol” And Text-To-Donate FundraisingThese Intelligent Glasses Can Translate Text For YouObamacare Is Here, But For Many, Healthcare.gov Is NotI Discovered A Glitch In Yahoo’s Security And All I Got Was This Lousy T-ShirtScribd, HarperCollins Launch $8.99 Subscription Book ServiceOn Its First Birthday, FreedomPop Debuts Free Phone PlanWhat The Government Shutdown Means For The Tech IndustryInfographic: What Beer and Coffee Do To Your Brain (And Which Makes You More Creative)Shuttersong App Allows Users To Blend Still Images With SoundThe Government Warehouse That Stores Illegal Ivory Is Totally FullIt’s Now A Lot Easier For 1.5 Million People To Quit Their Jobs And Become EntrepreneursCan The Growing Student Movement To Divest Colleges From Fossil Fuels Succeed?A Solar-Powered Charging Station For Countries With Lots Of Phones And Little JuiceCoke Turns A City Square Green, Urges People To Take Off Their Shoes In Latest CampaignIkhana Pop: Meet NASA’s Predator DroneWhat Obamacare Means For The Self-Employed, The Startup Worker, The FreelancerA New Use For Those Old CDs You Have Sitting Around: Cleaning SewageThink You’re Special? A Robot Could Do Your JobMeet The TomTato, The World’s First Combination Tomato-Potato PlantWatch The Final Video That Shows How To Solve The Problems From The Story Of Stuff8 Keys To Creating An Emotional Connection Between Products And PeopleThis Drone Is Going To Find BigfootMove Over Miley, Here Comes YouTube’s First Ever Music AwardsThe Paradox Of Doing MoreScrew It, Just Do It: The Curiously Inspiring Wisdom Of Richard BransonFacebook’s Graph Search Just Got A Whole Lot More PersonalIs Your To-Do List Actually Just A Productivity-Killing “List Of Shame”?To Be Successful, Grit Is A Most Valuable AssetCan Cotap’s Texting App Change The Way We Communicate At Work?How A Great Field Trip Makes New Ideas Bloom Brilliantly3 Timeless Lessons From A Successful EntrepreneurThe Leading Lady Behind NYC’s Revitalized Entertainment BusinessWhat JJ Abrams Can Learn About “Star Wars” Storytelling From An Ad Agency“Breaking Bad” By The Twitter NumbersWhy Did Ford Just Buy A Software Startup?Lots Of People DVR’ed “Homeland” Last Night To Watch “Breaking Bad”Get Ready For More Airline Fees–But These You Might Actually Want To PayBlockbuster Ad “Dumb Ways To Die” Gets A “GTA V” ParodyAirbnb Lets You Stay In An Indonesian SlumAn Internal Fab Memo Suggests More Employee Layoffs Could Be On The WayHow An Innovative Land Policy Is Turning America’s Deadliest City Into A Giant ParkTwitter’s Secret IPO Could Be Made Public This WeekView And Compare Every Constitution On The Planet With This New ToolJetBlue’s Mint Cabin Will Offer Lie-Flat Seats, Birchbox Kits, And Tapas-Style BitesSo You’re An Introvert? Here’s Some Career AdviceUsing Data, Scientists Can Predict Disease OutbreaksChina Is Going Crazy For Gold IPhone StickersTaxonomy Of A Band Name Charts Offer A Visual Reminder That Every Band Name Is Kind Of SillyTim Cook Rewards His Staff With Thanksgiving Week OffYour Next Favorite Indie Film, Brought To You By DirecTVPetcube Lets You Maintain A Long-Distance Relationship With Your PetIkea Will Start Selling Solar Panels Alongside Those Cheap DressersWhat You Need To Know About Obamacare And The Health ExchangesIkea Now Sells Solar Panels To U.K. CustomersMeet One Of The Hackers Who Cracked Apple’s Touch IDTerrified Haunted House Reactions Still HilariousThe Hacks Are Coming From Inside The BuildingWhy Gun Violence Is Good For WildlifeJohn McAfee Is Developing A $100 Anti-NSA GadgetWhy Distraction Apps MatterIn Tokyo, Google Vending Machines Sell Android AppsHelping People Get To See Their Dying Loved Ones, One Mile At A TimeTwitch Raises $20 Million To Address Its Growing PainsFormer Gang Leaders Become Part Of The Solution In “LTO: License to Operate”What’s Caused Child Labor To Plummet In The Last 10 Years?Thieves, Beware: There Is Now A National Registry Of Stolen BikesAirbnb Wins Legal Victory In NYCEgypt’s Entrepreneurial Revolution: A Community Of Startups Rises From The AshesWhy Women Leave Tech Companies, And What To Do About It5 Inspiring Solar-Powered Homes, Designed And Built By StudentsFacebook Is Eyeing Twitter’s TV AudienceBreathtaking Panoramic Images Of Coral Reefs Reveal How They’re Being DestroyedRobert Rodriguez On How To Make An Over-The-Top Action MovieSpaceX Launches Highly Upgraded Rocket, Points To Its Starry FutureHow Imgur LOL’ed Ahead Of Reddit And The New York Times In Monthly VisitorsApple Surpasses Coca-Cola To Become Most Valuable BrandHow To Hire Like Richard Branson, Beth Comstock, and Deepak ChopraThe Dysfunctionally Connected Workplace Problem–And How To Fix ItA Scientific Guide To Maximizing Your Impact On Twitter, Facebook, And Other Digital MediaDo Dress Codes At The Office Work?Watch This Genius Mashup Of Muhammad Ali–Then Learn How Its Creator Reads Clients Like A Dance FloorCash, Lies and ROI, Redux: 3 Signs Your Marketing Budget Is A Flight RiskDon’t Be So Web 1.0: Your App Is Your Brand NowWant More Energy? Skip The Coffee, And Call Your Mom InsteadThe Recommender: Design-Savvy Senior Writer Mark WilsonWhy Did Apple Just Hire A Nike Shoe Designer?10 Most Popular Stories Of The Week: The iPhone’s Ugly Twin, Surprising Brain Facts, And MoreStates Preparing For Scam Obamacare SitesWithout Partners, Intel Might Kill Its Web TV ServiceMembers Of Congress Got A “Privacy 101” Session This WeekNew Jersey Will Allow Gay Marriage Starting October 21The Vicious Relationship Between The News Cycle And MalwareChina To Lift Its Ban On Video Game Consoles In Free-Trade ZoneFarm-To-Table Grocery Startup Good Eggs Lands $8.5 MillionLight This Thing On Fire To Charge Your PhoneSecond Life Hints Support For Oculus Rift “Coming Soon”Start Your Timers: We Have 30 Years Left To Fix Climate Change (But Who Cares?)How To Write Music In ColorTim Cook And Carl Icahn Will Meet Monday. How Will The Markets Respond?This 3-D Printer Folds To Barely Over An Inch ThickWhy Are Drones Being Deployed In The Arctic Circle?Without a Doubt, This Is The Most Creative Best Man Toast You’ve Ever SeenSweet: Candy Crush’s Creator King Has Filed For An IPOThis Google Glass Competitor Has Already Shipped 50,000 DevicesMars May Not Have Canals, But It Sure Does Have WaterWatch A Teddy Bear And Sock Monkey Duel In “The Mega Plush”IOS 7 Is Reportedly Making People SickForget Continents Or Countries. This Is What Climate Change Will Do To Your BlockWith Community Solar, Now You Don’t Need A Home To Own A Solar PanelA Lesson From Teachers: Is Red The Color Of A Creativity Killer?Be Nice To Your Neighbors, It Could Save Your LifeTake A Trip Through Photographic History With These Iconic National Geographic ImagesSee The Stunning Portraits This Artist Created … On Her ThighsHow Hardship Fueled Muscle Shoals’ Soul Music GeniusBlackBerry Reports Nearly A Billion Dollar Loss This QuarterThe 4 Technology Trends That Could Bring Back U.S. Manufacturing (And Innovation)Live In A Heavily Fracked Area? Watch Out For STDsPixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling–VisualizedIn An Attempt To Get Non-Geeks Interested, Google Glass Is Going On A RoadtripA Pedal-Powered Park To Cruise The Streets With Mobile Green SpaceHow Thrillist Built An $80 Million Bro EmpireThe Cubicle Invader, The Loud Talker, And The Extreme Introvert: 10 Big Office Faux PasEmbedded Twitter Photos Just Got Bigger And BetterReach Creative Nirvana With This Grunge MasterpieceGoogle Just Got Into Your Business? Here’s Why That Can Actually Be A Good ThingNate Silver Predicts That You, Too, Can Be A Data Master5 Free Apps That Will Help You Repay Your Debts, Enjoy The Fall, Build A Shelf, And Much MoreBenjamin Franklin, George Washington, And The Power Of Humility In LeadershipWe’re All Narcissists Now, And That’s A Good ThingThe $1 Million Plan For Farming Crickets, And The Huge Controversy Of Who Hatched ItMcDonald’s Will Soon Try To Make You Eat Vegetables And Skip The Fries90. Natsumi IwasakiThe Future, According To Evernote’s CEO, Is Not PaperlessCreative Conversation: Robert Reich and Jacob Kornbluth, From the New Documentary “Inequality For All”Google’s Search Gets Better At Understanding What You’re Looking ForThese Logo Mash-Ups Cleverly Expose The Common Ground Between BrandsTypo? Now You Can Edit Your Facebook PostsVagisoft: The Surprising Market For A Fleece Named After LadypartsJustin Bieber and Zach Galifianakis Viciously Insult Each Other Between Two FernsNative Ads Aren’t Evil, You’re Just Doing Them WrongWhy Your Startup Can’t Find DevelopersComputer Science Enters The Bloodstream Of Academia With Incredible Projects Like ThisThis $35,000 Set-Top Box Grants You Access To “The Bel Air Circuit”Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Just Got One Step Closer To RealityGoogle Street View Lets You Take A Virtual Tour Of CERNDr. Oz’s Social Media Platform Hits $91 Million In FundingThis Artist Is Creating 3 Paintings In 3 Cities, At The Same Time, With The Help Of RobotsWatch: This Desk Knows When You Should Stand, Sit, Or Just BreatheMeet Your Nightmare: A Smart Rifle That Makes Anyone A SharpshooterSay Hi To Hopster, The Netflix For KidsDyson Engineers Trade Vacuums For Flying MachinesPayPal Buys Payment Firm Braintree, Really Wants To Be Cool AgainThe More the Merrier: JumpCam Debuts Collaborative Mobile Video AppValve’s Steam Machines: A New Challenger In The Gaming Console WarsBill Gates: Control-Alt-Delete Was a MistakeThis Fireman Rescued A Kitten From A Burning Building And Captured It All On A GoProPutting The Micro In Micro-Entrepreneur, For $5 to $500 A GigApple Maps Route Sends Drivers To Airport RunwayImgur, Reddit’s De Facto Image Host, Hits 100 Million Monthly UsersWhat If We Jammed CO2 Into The Holes Left By Fracking?An Art Project That Explodes The Black Male IdentityThese Regular Looking Glasses Hide Secret Hearing Aids That Use Your Bones For SoundAn Oregon Soup Factory Stops Production Monthly To Make Food For The HomelessThis App Will Help You Find A Quiet Space In The Loud, Bustling CityYour Kitchen Contains Its Own Powerplant To Power All Your Cooking Gadgets–The MicrowaveFrom “BioShock” to “Gone Home”: How A Game Designer Shifted GearsSteven Soderbergh’s Twitter Novella Is Now a Hardcover Book (But You Can Read It Online)This Map Shows That Cars Are One Of The Most Deadly Things On Earth9,000 Soldiers Etched Into The Sand Honor The War DeadA Browser To Keep The NSA From Snooping On YouBe Careful: Google Is Accidentally Sending Gchats To The Wrong People: UpdatedNest Thermostat To Get Third Party Apps, Hints At Your Home’s Connected FutureThe Countries That Can Best Handle Change, From Earthquakes To Technology Revolutions5 Smart Steps To Building Your Brand The Right WayWithout Wozniak, Would Jobs Have Been The Same?How Google’s Flexible Workspace Ignites Creative Collaboration (On Wheels)Want To Stay Productive? Turn Down The Next Award You WinPost-it Notes Teams Up With Evernote To Bridge Analog And DigitalTwitter Will Now Alert Users When Disaster StrikesHow Your Dashboard Could Make Your Company CrashShare Your Job, Save Your SanityFor The First Time, The America’s Cup Race Is Fully Wired With Broadcast TechWhat David Foster Wallace’s Widow, Karen Green, Teaches Us About Art and GriefMore Offline Adults Are Finding The Internet Too Difficult To Use. Why?Does This Dewar’s Ad Set To A Bukowski Poem Offend You?See Photos Of Big Freedia, The “Queen of Bounce,” Setting Twerking World RecordStanford Makes The Possibility Of Carbon Computer Chips More RealGet Your Whole Foods Groceries Delivered To Your Door By GoogleA Smartphone Breathalyzer To Keep On Your KeychainGiant iPad Rumors Make A Tiny Bit Of SenseTarget Eyes iTunes With Its New On-Demand Video ServiceA “Not My Email” Button, Because Yahoo Users Are Getting Other People’s EmailsSee Dancing Chickens Demonstrate Stability In Mercedes’s Surprise Viral HitHow Nike Made A Human Printing PressIn New York, Rest Stops Are Now “Texting Zones”This Stretchable Electronic Screen Is The Future Of TechHow To Do Semi-Scripted TV, From A Guy Who Wrote For “Seinfeld” And “Curb”–And Created “The League”Will “Grand Theft Auto Online” Let Players Spend Real Money?Brewbot Lets you Brew Craft Beers With Your SmartphoneHow Al-Shabaab Uses The Internet To Recruit AmericansThe Clinton Global Initiative Way Of Mobilizing Fast Cash In Times of CrisisRealPlayer Wants To Come Back Into Your LifeReally, Samsung? 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