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Tower To Rise At MoMA PS1, With Self-Assembling BricksNetflix’s Revenue Is Now In Line With HBO’sTwitter’s Fourth-Quarter Earnings Beat ExpectationsWhy Twitter Loves TVAmazon Ramps Up Its Video Advertising BusinessTribeca and CERN Want To Change Storytelling With A HackathonOn-Demand Booze: Minibar Will Deliver The Alcohol You Ordered Within 60 MinutesYou Won’t Care What’s Missing From This Canadian Paralympic AdWatch: An Incredible New Prosthetic Hand Gives Amputees A Sense Of TouchMost Innovative Companies Toolkit 2014This Is What A 6-Year-Old Kid Thinks General Electric DoesWatch Coke’s Multilingual Super Bowl Ad–Now In Dothraki, Klingon, and DolphinspeakGoogle Is Looking For The Next Breakthrough Digital Artist For Major New “DevArt” ExhibitThis Electronic Tongue Can Taste Differences In Beer, Not Get DrunkA Visual History Of BeatlemaniaThese Biscuit Ads Are Cute Explosions Of SweetnessHow Climate Change Is Changing The World’s TeaA Wearable Device That Texts Caregivers When A Loved One Has A SeizureA Water Vending Machine That Minimizes Bottling’s Nasty SideMeet The Manufacturing Pioneer Behind A 100 MPG Supercar And A $100 MicrohouseIs That A Pop-Up Pedestrian Plaza, Or Are You Just Happy To See Me?A Periodic Table Of Storytelling TropesGreenhouse Park Brings Fresh Air To Polluted CitiesApple Reportedly Hires Sleep Expert For iWatch TeamIn this New McDonald’s Campaign Even England’s Snootiest Have Big Macs On The BrainOK Glass, Launch This RocketDownward Facing Alpha Dogs: The Mindful Rise Of The New Tech HumanistsThree Discomfort Lessons From Three MarketsThe Porcineograph of 1875: A “Pork Map” Of AmericaLessons From Converting To A No-Management Company–In Just Two DaysNew York City Activists Project Giant, Roving Eyeball Onto The Verizon BuildingIndia Is Building A Solar Farm Bigger Than ManhattanThese Sculptures Look Totally Normal … Until You Pull Them Apart Like AccordionsTwitter’s First Quarterly Earnings Report: 3 Things To WatchCould An Apple iWatch Bring The Open Source Movement Mainstream?See The Bone-Chilling Inspiration For “Candyman” And “Hellraiser”How To Keep Museums Alive In The Age Of MinecraftWant A Smoke? You Won’t Find One At CVS, As The Chain Pulls Tobacco From Its ShelvesHere’s How The World’s Biggest Cities Are Tackling Climate ChangeThe Next Big Thing In Music? Apps That Read Your MindThis Spherical Solar Power Device Looks Like Nothing You’ve Seen BeforeThe Future Of Wearable Tech: Getting Nerds Laid50 Rock Star Logos For ScientistsCould Cell Phones Stop Drivers From Hitting Pedestrians?Eerie Photos Of Former Execution Chambers Show What Happens To Our Architecture Of DeathLeading Designers At Square, Dropbox, And Flipboard On How To Land A Dream JobHow A Company That Trains Elite Athletes Could Help You Reach Peak Office PerformanceBeats Music CEO On Why Delegating Is The Secret To SuccessHow To Navigate The Tricky Waters Of A Career ChangeHow To Get Workplace Face Time And Have A Life, Too8 Ways To Unlock Your Inner CreativityWatch This Baby Video, It’s Good For Your Creativity6 Reasons To Embrace Procrastination5 Questions to Gauge Your Startup’s Potential5 Principles for Building Better PartnershipsHow The Creators of “Broad City” Turned Their Web Series Into A TV ShowMeet The Magician Who Can Fix Your Crappy No-Bars Cell SignalThis New Elder Scrolls Trailer Will Get You Ready For BattleWhy Is Apple Building Mood Sensors?This Google Glass App Lets You Answer The Door Without Leaving The CouchIn A Globalized World, Fixing Problems Means Fixing SystemsUber Debuts Ride-Sharing Service In ParisFiftyThree Files Trademark Application For The Term “Paper”How Architecture Could Shape Your MicrobiomeNetflix Plans To Raise $400M In Debt To Finance International Expansion And Original ContentRemember Those Magic Eye Posters? This Band Just Made a Magic Eye Music VideoMicrosoft Injects $15M Into Foursquare, Strikes Licensing Deal For Location DataThis Adorably Tiny Car From 1957 Was Ahead Of Its TimeExclusive Chart: The Most Watched TV Shows of All TimeNew PSA Says The Olympics Have Always Been A Little GayDomino’s Wants You To Know That Pizza Makers Are People TooTeaching Surgery With Google Glass–Will This Actually Work?Facebook Celebrates 10th Birthday With Nostalgic “Lookback” Tool That Doesn’t Really WorkA Glimpse Of The Facebook We All Really WantClassic Movie Sets Now In 3-DWhy We Need Intrapreneurs Now More Than EverWhy Gentrification Can Be A Good ThingInfographic: The Surprising History Of The World’s First SkisThis Graphic Designer Proves There’s More Than One Way To Count To 1005 Anti-Climate Change Posters, Inspired By WWII-Era PropagandaHow Geographically Accurate Is Your City’s Subway Map?Now That Everyone’s Got A Smartphone, We Need Apps That Serve Low-Income GroupsScientists Discover The First Direct Link Between BPA And CancerIkea And The UN Are Making Life A Little Brighter In Refugee CampsSan Francisco Mixes Design And Technology In Its New Plan To Recycle All TextilesMicrosoft Names Satya Nadella As Next CEONeed A Ride And Don’t Mind Helmet Hair? Scoot Network Expands Throughout San FranciscoThe State Of The World’s Kids, In Numbers9 Inventive Ideas For Improving CitiesWhy I Left Advertising To Become A Software DesignerThis Glowing Interactive Map Makes Art From Wind And Ocean CurrentsHow Adobe Solved The Biggest Problem In Digital Font DesignAHALife Launches AHANoir, A Beautifully Curated Marketplace For Upscale Sex ToysDoes This Posture-Sensing Device Really Keep You Sitting Up Straight?Rebranding The TSA To Suck LessCheck Out These Post-Apocalyptic Fashions, Perfect For A Post-Climate Change World6 Painless Ways To Become A Better Boss3 Steps To Protect Your Facebook PrivacyTaxidermied Hyenas, Fake Shrunken Heads, And Other Tricks Of The Oddities TradeWhat Happens To Our Brains When We Exercise And How It Makes Us HappierHow To Write A Press Release That Doesn’t Completely SuckWhat To Do When You Run Out Of IdeasHow To Seize Your Most Productive Hours To Get Things DoneHow Fab Fired Everybody, Started Selling Steaks, And 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Georgia Lawyer’s Ridiculously Epic Super Bowl Ad13 Designers Turn Folk Art Into FashionWhat The Internet Would Look Like As A World MapThe Sheer Volume of Chimps In Cyriak’s New Video Will Drive You To ChimpsanityApple’s iWatch Could Charge With Magnets And SunlightWatch These Mesmerizing Videos Of The Flight Paths Of BirdsFacebook Develops A Photoshop For Interaction Design, And It’s Free For Anyone To UseThe Biggest Social Impact Bond In The U.S. Will Keep At-Risk Young Men In Jobs And Out Of PrisonQuit Talking About Yourself So OftenThe Countries With The Best And Worst Food SystemsCan China Wash Away Smog With Giant Showerheads?Ex-NSA Computer Scientist Creates Tool To Let You Take Back EmailsHeineken Stirs Authenticity Debate With New “Odyssey” CampaignWatch Evolution In Real Time As These Goofy Blobs Learn How To RunHow “The Science Of Happiness” Series Brings Psychology Advice Alive14 Designers Reimagine The Classic Bourgie LampOne Artist’s Mission To Photograph Every Native American Tribe In The U.S.The “Not-So-Super” Campaign Uses The Big Game To Call Attention To Sex TraffickingShaq’s Five-Minute Guide To EntrepreneurshipThe Pencil Gets A RedesignPortraits Of Prisoners Show The Human Toll Of The War On DrugsNavigate The Internet On This Stunning Antique Map Of The Online WorldBarbie’s Lead Designer Defends Barbie’s Crazy ProportionsThe 5 Best Ads From Super Bowl XLVIIIThe 5 Greenest Countries On Earth (And All Of The Rest), Ranked5 Steps to Reclaim Your Credibility After You Screw UpIs Your Brain Chemically Dependent on Stress?The Way Mayor Aja Brown Is Transforming Compton Is A Model For Every LeaderRadiolab’s Jad Abumrad On Storytelling With SoundWhy You Can Never Finish Anything And How to Finally Change ItThis Hilarious Video Shows Why Conference Calls Are So, So Terrible8 Creativity Lessons From A Pixar AnimatorGoogle Glass’s Unexpected Lessons In Product Launching6 Social Media Tips That Will Improve Your MarketingWatch Reggie Watts Reveal Where He Finds InspirationIntuit Awards GoldieBlox an Ad Spot in the Big GameRob Riggle and James Franco Are Ford’s Super Bowl Double PlayInside TurboTax’s Super Bowl Attempt To Re-Brand Doing Your TaxesPepsi Tunes Up NYC For The Super Bowl Halftime ShowSee All The Spots From Super Bowl XLVIIIWill You Ever Be Able To Afford A Self-Driving Car?Your Next Apartment Might Be Inside A Power PlantThis Connected Sex Toy Wants To Change The Future Of Digital IntimacyCan H&M’s Interactive Super Bowl Ad, David Beckham’s Body Make TV Shopping Click?Aereo Hits Capacity In New YorkDesign Director Kate Aronowitz To Leave FacebookThis Short Film Tracks A Man’s Final Thoughts As He Falls From 43,000 FeetA Five-Minute Guide To Software And Design Freelancing For StudentsDifferent Views Of Artificial Intelligence, As Seen On TVPorn, Big Data, And What We Search For When No One’s LookingGoPro Revisits Red Bull Stratos For The Super BowlThe Pattern Library: A Great New Resource For Designers (And Wannabes)This Rock Climbing Gym Resembles A Big RockDon’t Fool Yourself: There Is No Work/Life BalanceCalifornia Cracks Down On Coding BootcampsWhy The World’s Largest Experiment In Free Public Transportation Failed13 Photos That Humanize Hollywood’s Biggest StarsVintage Photos Of London’s Punk SceneResearchers Have Created A One-Way Sound MachineT-Mobile Takes Tim Tebow To The Super BowlIs BlackBerry Actually Going To Turn It Around?Budweiser Welcomes Home a Hero For The Super BowlJust My Type? Human-Flesh Letters Will Haunt Your DreamsA Toy Kit For Little Architects And EngineersThe Nest Team Will Reportedly Lead Google’s Hardware DivisionHow This Ed-Tech Startup Reached 7 Million Students Without Charging Schools A DimeThe Booming Industry Of Startups Serving StartupsDelta’s Awesome ’80s Safety Video: How ALF, One Of The Guys From Devo, And Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Wound Up On The Same FlightUsing Leap Motion And Oculus Rift, This Game Tries To Correct Lazy EyeWhat Makes Pain Killers Work? 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Marvel Opens Massive Comic Book Images Archive And API To Fans, DevelopersWhere The Big Banks Have Fled, This Community-Owned Bank Is Stepping InGoogle Is Selling Motorola Mobility, But Keeping The Most Interesting And High-Tech DivisionIs This Story An Ad?Facebook Unveils Paper, Its News Reader And Flipboard RivalEngineering An End To Food Waste With Smarter Logistics For Our LeftoversAre Your Tax Dollars Being Spent On Creationism In Schools?Haunting Panoramas Of Israel And PalestineLive-Streaming Doc, “Life Itself” And The Evolution Of Sundance, And Crowdfunding FilmsA New “Super Sponge” To Suck Up Oil Spills and Deliver DrugsSee An Artist Draw “Us Weekly” Covers Every Day Because Everything Is AwfulCan This New Startup End The Organ Donor Shortage Forever?How To De-Urgent Your LifeRethinking Our Cities To Fight ObesityReinventing The Bike Rack With Flexible Rubber5 Ways The Macintosh Changed Creativity ForeverThese Maps Redraw Cities Based On How Long It Takes To Get Around Without A CarHow A Kid Grew Up To Design The Alien UIs Of “Star Wars”White Roofs Are 3 Times More Efficient Than Green RoofsThe Best Super Bowl Spots Ever, By GenreFrog Chief Creative Officer Leaves To Start His Own UX CompanyThis Vending Machine Sells Fresh Salads Instead Of Junk Food100 People Transforming The American Economy For GoodHow To Land A Job Before It Gets PostedHow Hurricane Katrina Inspired A Revolutionary New Disaster Shelter4 Ways Your Mobile Marketing Needs To Change This YearWhen Are Your “High-Earning Years”? A Guide to How Much You Should Be MakingHow To Stop Worrying About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome6 Simple Habits That Can Save You HoursForget The 10,000-Hour Rule–How To Really Improve At Any SkillSwiftKey Finally Comes To The IPhone, But As A Note-Taking AppHow To Keep Your Cool In Heated Situations