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Twitter’s Investor Relations Account Was Apparently Created By A Monty Python FanIs Apple Hiring 1,700 U.S. Workers To Build The Mac Pro?Amazon Partners With HTC To Enter Smartphone MarketReports: Baidu, The “Google Of China,” Is Now Accepting BitcoinThe U.S. Is Now The Biggest Oil Producer In The WorldAmerica’s High Schools Aren’t Encouraging Enough Students To Become CyberspiesWhy Is The Business Of Creativity Such An Oxymoron?How To Spot A Successful Social InnovationThe Future Of Shopping: Shelves That Track The Age And Gender Of Passing CustomersThis James Franco “For Your Consideration” Campaign Wins The Photoshop-OscarsLaw Enforcement Can Summon Unopened Snapchat MessagesOlafur Eliasson’s New View Of The Brazilian RainforestWatson Goes From Jeopardy To Med SchoolThese (Fake) Self-Help Books Diagnose Nearly Every Way People Are Terrible On Social MediaWhat Comes After Silicon In The Race For Faster Chips?Set Your iPad Calendar: Apple Has “A Lot To Cover” On October 22ndDesign In 30 Seconds: Jawbone On Delighting The CustomerDesign In 30 Seconds: Jawbone On Delighting The CustomerGeneral Assembly Launches Dash, A New Tool For Learning Coding OnlineGrand St. Breaks Every E-Commerce Rule–Can It Survive?How Instacart Plans to Win the Same-Day Delivery GameDesigning Software And Hardware At OnceWhat Apple Can Learn From Burberry’s Iconic Trench CoatIndia Is Prepping For Its First Ever Mars MissionA Free And Easy-To-Use Tool, So The Media Can Keep Whistleblowers SecretThis Algorithm Can Predict Your Success At UniversityKickstarting: A Modular Kit To Transform Empty Storefronts Into Pop-Up ShopsKickstarting: Dice That’ll Shake You Out Of Cooking FatigueHow Opera’s New Browser Rethinks The Mobile Interface“Just Boo It” And Other Branded Ghosts From The Master of Pop Culture PoltergeistsIncoming CEO Christopher Bailey On His Vision For BurberryCan You Beat The Realistic Facebook Security Simulator? 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