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Apple Calls Out U.S. Government’s Lack Of Transparency In Requests For DataWantedNest Bought A Fire Truck And Uber Is Letting You Ride ItHow Jack Dorsey Makes Meetings At Square More TransparentA Rally Is Set to Take Place Outside Of Twitter Headquarters On IPO DayCredit Unions Take the Moral High Ground Against Big BankingTake A 3-D Tour Of the Galaxy Without Being Sandra BullockCan This Tiny Camera Compete With Apple and Samsung?Japanese Towel Art Is Cute And Kind Of BeautifulIs Halloween Over? Time For A Christmas Commercial!What Will Happen To Your Emails After You’re Dead?Secrets Of Running A Six-Figure Airbnb BusinessToms Opens Up A Marketplace For Socially Responsible Companies To Sell Their WaresBrazil’s Graffiti Breasts Are Edited To Encourage Cancer AwarenessTurn Your Kid Into A Superhero At New York’s Hero SchoolThe Ultimate Quantified-Self Device Already Exists: A DefibrillatorA Budding Business: The Marijuana Market Is Expected To Top $10 Billion By 2018Solar On A House Is Easy, Solar On A Church Or School Is Hard: This Startup Is Fixing That“Happy Mutant Baby Pills” Skewers Pharmaceutical Side Effects, Our Drug CultureYes, Political Campaigns Follow Your Browser HistoryWhy New York City’s Tech Industry May Be Wary of De BlasioThis Literal Treehouse Is A Glass House Built Around An Entire TreeA Subscription Service For Underwear, To Make Sure You Always Have Fresh DrawersAfrica’s First Fair-Trade Garment Manufacturer Is A Model For Women’s EmpowermentThe Video Recommendation Engine Behind The Xbox Launches A Standalone iPad App3 Urban Innovations NYC’s New Mayor Should StealThese 10 Countries Are The Most Prosperous In The World, And They Don’t Include The U.S.Acer Reports Record Loss, So Its Boss ResignsThis Impeccably Designed $20,000 House Could Soon Be YoursSilicon Valley’s Only Hackathon For Women Looks To Create A New Programming CultureThe Intelligent iHome Cometh, If Apple’s Patent Ideas Come TrueThese Photos Showcase The Wonders Of The World You Can’t SeePhotographer Edward Burtynsky Captures The Horror And Beauty In Our Relationship With WaterBritish Supermarket Chain To Use Face-Scanning Technology On Customers For Ad TargetingAre Modern Marketers Menaced By Mergers?India Launches A Mission To MarsApple Announces Solar-Powered Manufacturing Plant in ArizonaHow TMI Helps Brands Tap A Youth Market Eager To Lend A HandWhat’s In A Name? 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Then Enjoy That Nightcap!Is Working On Weekends The Secret To A Successful, Happy Work-Life Balance?SAP CEO Bill McDermott On The Wisdom Of The $99 SuitTraveling SalesmenGoogle Street View Lets You Tour The Inside Of A SubmarineLovely’s Digital Apartment Application System Means You Can Stop Trolling Craigslist AdsJeff Bezos’s Wife Gave The Tell-All Amazon Book A One-Star ReviewThis New Skype Ad Might Make You Cry At WorkSee How Smoking Will Ruin Your Face, With These Side-By-Side Images Of TwinsAfter Raising Its Price Range, Twitter’s IPO Could Be Bigger Than Google’sAirPR Launches Analytics Dashboard For PublicistsViddy Rebrands As Supernova, Launches App For Sharing Slo-Mo VideosDon’t Judge: Meet People Who Take Doll Collecting To ExtremesSony Uses 3 Tons Of Flowers And A Costa Rican Volcano To Sell Its Newest 4K TVWhat Do Your App’s User Retention Numbers Really Mean?Tim Cook Demands The Government Catch Up To Apple’s Equal Employment RulesVW Creates Interactive Video With Indie Band Walk Off The EarthA Space-Age Wheelchair, Without The Bumps And StigmaA Greenspace Transit Network To Connect A City’s Parks To The CountrysideReactivating Closed Schools To Help The CommunityThis Algorithm Can Tell Your Life Story Through TwitterOf A Kind Launches Collections To Woo E-Commerce Fashionistas8 Lessons Startups Can Learn From Twitter’s Chaotic Creation StoryTickle A Far-Away Friend With These High-Tech Friendship BraceletsWhat The Nation’s First Electoral Map Reveals About Today’s Partisan DivideStitching Real Superbugs Into Clothing, To Infect You With KnowledgeWhat’s Wrong With Hollywood, According To James TobackLook Inside The Hidden Global Junk Trade With These Pictures Of All Our TrashBlackBerry Stops Looking For Buyers, Boots Out CEOEverything You Need To Know About The NSA, Explained And VisualizedShould BlackBerry Lay Off Creative Director Alicia Keys?The Future Of Collaboration Is About Looking BackwardsEstimates Suggest The Air Is The Best-Selling iPad YetRob Delaney On How To Be The Funniest Person On TwitterEven Goldman Sachs Wants Its People To UnplugThe Hyper-Focused Approach To Balancing Success In Work, Life, EverythingGoogle’s Augmented Reality Game Ingress Is Coming To All Android Owners Next MonthOffices For All! 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This Scientist Says We Have Everything We Need For The FutureThe Greenest School In The World Is In KenyaDriverless Cars Sound Awesome, But The Actual Economic Impact Is Going To Blow Your MindThe Mad Guide To Influencing PeopleThe Scar Project Shows What Breast Cancer Really Looks LikeThis Playful Robot Will Teach A 5-Year-Old To CodeThis App Recognizes Your Pet’s Facial Features To Find Them When They’re LostFirst iPad Air Reviews Hit The Web: Laptop Killer, iPad Modernizer And ComfortableFinally, Google Plus Allows You To Customize Your Account’s URLCheck Out Google’s New, Simpler Glass DesignLessons In Creating Surprise From Pioneering Chef Grant AchatzHurricane Sandy’s Devastation–Told Through The Photos Of Regular New YorkersAdobe’s Security Breach Was 10 Times More Serious Than Originally ThoughtA New Workplace Manifesto: In Praise Of Freedom, Time, Space, And Working RemotelyThe Capacity To Connect: How To Change People’s Lives With Sustainable InnovationHow China’s One-Child Policy Forced Starbucks To Rethink Its Beijing StoresThe Key To Productive Coffee MeetingsHow To Ask Questions That Uncover Your Company’s ValuesBreaking 5 Bad Content Marketing Habits That Need To Be StoppedLooking For A Smart Startup Team? 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