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Chipotle’s First-Ever New Menu Item, The Vegan Tofu Burrito, Goes NationalFrank Sinatra Is Back And Selling His Own Brand Of Jack Daniel’s WhiskeyBoeing Is Developing A Self-Destructing SmartphoneHow Medium Took Calculated Design Risks–And WonThe Muppets Take Over NYC In This New Lipton Tea CommercialNow You Can Be That Ridiculous Model in Your Own Perfume CommercialGet Psyched About Steven Soderbergh Editing “Psycho” And Its Remake TogetherCreativity is Useless*Rolls-Royce Is Developing Drone Cargo Ships To Save Money And EnergyA New Animated Film Reveals The Grave Dangers Of Selfie ObsessionTwitter Gives @N His $50,000 Stolen Handle BackAn Up-To-Date Layman’s Guide To Accessing The Deep WebThe Art Behind A Share“Things Fitting Perfectly Into Other Things” Will Satisfy Your Over-Developed Sense Of OrderHow GM Got Religion And Released An APIA Psychologist In Y Combinator, And His Controversial Mission To Revolutionize Lets You Program Your Own Game Of Flappy BirdA Candy Commercial Shows Us How Much More Interesting Our Meetings Could Be If We Were ChildrenHow Growing Buildings Underwater Could Fight Climate ChangeTo Slow The Relentless Rise In Health Costs, A Small City Tests A New Kind Of InvestmentWith A Warming Planet May Come Hotter Tempers, And 22,000 Additional MurdersWhy Venezuela Is Exploding, Explained In Simple ChartsBlippar’s Google Glass App Recognizes Objects, Makes Them InteractiveAn Artist’s Quest: To Force Strangers In Cities To Talk To One AnotherUncomfortable Lessons In Business–And Race–From Showtime’s “House Of Lies”The House Just Passed A Bill That Would Make Unlocking Your Phone Legal AgainHow The Biggest 10 Food And Beverage Companies Rank For Social ResponsibilityIn A Divided Region, Can A New Mayor Create A City United Against Inequality?Weta Workshop Showcases Fantastical Concept Art for Oscar-Nominated “Desolation of Smaug”This 46-Floor Living High-Rise Is Covered In A ForestNo Seconds: Photographs Recreate The Last Meals Of Prisoners On Death RowEverything About These Pictures Of A Tiny, Adventurous Lego Photographer is AwesomeWhy The New American Workforce Wants Better Consumption, Not Just MoreThis Charity Ad Shows You A Real Birth To Shock You Into GivingWatch A City Evolve Before Your Eyes With This Google Street View GIF NarrativeFrom Madden To Edutainment: Electronic Arts Creator’s New Gaming Startup Targets The ClassroomOral History: Sex! 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SXSW Interactive At 20How To Avoid High-Potential Talent FlameoutWhy You Really Need To Quiet Your Mind (And How To Do It)With “Son Of God,” Mark Burnett Takes The Bible To The Big ScreenSimple Advice on Making Creative Ideas HappenHow Skillshare’s CEO Cultivates And Applies Creativity (Taking Cues From Bill Gates and Chuck Close)The Only Five Apps Small Business Owners Need for a More Productive 2014Subscription Commerce Success VisualizedThe Case For Subscription Commerce and 5 Tips For Successful ImplementationWhat, When, And How To Share On Social MediaFor Its Next Tune, Pandora Will Change The Music IndustryHow Do I Brand My Business to Stand Out From The Competition?5 Successful Authors On How They Overcame Creative Blocks To Write Their First BookThe 3 Do-What-You-Love ConundrumsGirls Who Code Founder Reshma Saujani’s Favorite Productivity HackCandy Crush Maker King Abandons Quest To Trademark “Candy”How VSCO Grid Plans To Set Itself Apart From InstagramThe False Advertising Industry Is Here to Tell You “Natural” Foods Are A Total ShamComcast, Time Warner, And The Future Of The Cable BoxGoogle Is Lobbying States To Kill Restrictions On Wearing Glass While DrivingTwitch Will Arrive On the Xbox One… FinallyThe Power to SurpriseYour Twitter Search Results Will Now Feature Promoted AccountsHow Volvo Plans To Bring Deliveries To Your Parked CarWant A Better Library At School? These Eighth-Graders Designed Their OwnWatch It: Amazing Time-Lapse Footage Of Snowflakes Being BornBeing The “Uncarrier” Is Hard: T-Mobile Records $20 Million In Losses For Q4Infographic: See How Much Box Office Bonus An Oscar Nomination Is WorthThese Recycled Plastic Dividers Can Create A Bike Lane In A SecondColorful Nanotechnology Holograms Make Cheap Medical Testing In The FieldA Twitter Data Scientist Hacks San Francisco’s Subway FaresWhat Can We Learn From How The Last Tech Boom Affected Inequality?Throw Away Your Career PlanLet The “Mind Games” Begin: Idea Man Kyle Killen Centers New Series On Bipolar Behavioral ScientistFacebook Is Killing Its Email System (That Everyone Already Forgot About)Do Without Your Phone For Just A Minute And Improve Someone’s WaterImages Of New York City in 2017 As An Unequal, Hellish Surveillance StateHow Tech Is Creating Data “Cravability,” To Make Us Digitally ObeseVideo: The Four Types Of Gesture Control6 Ways To Scare Off Technical Women From Your CompanySee Your Beloved Hipster Brands Transformed Into Uncool Corporate GiantsThese Crazy South African Dorms Are Made From Shipping Containers And Old SilosWith A New App, Esurance Promises To Tell You Tomorrow’s Gas Price TodayBitcoin Takes A Blow: Mt. Gox, The Currency’s Largest Exchange, Goes DarkNot Your Typical Hackathon: Symantec’s Cyberwar Simulation Transforms Employees Into CriminalsThese Are The 10 Most Unequal Cities In AmericaMeet The Super Sexy, Super Conscious Humanitarians of Tinder20 Bold Business Models To Put Companies On The Path To GoodThe (Not So Difficult) Trick To Get Your Emails ReadThe Secrets To Hiring People Who Will Stick AroundHow To Manufacture More Time In Your DayThe Brain Hacks Top Founders Use To Get The Job DonePersonal Mission Statements Of 5 Famous CEOs (And Why You Should Write One Too)The Entrepreneur Who Is Helping Companies Ban Email And Track Employees’ Coffee Habits4 Habits Of The Most Resilient PeopleHow To Cultivate A Creative Thinking HabitThe Turning Point: How “The Wolf Of Wall Street” Found Its FerocityWhy Do Companies Keep Getting Hacked?A Leisurely Afternoon With The Hemingway AppUber Will Let Customers Know When Surge Pricing Has EndedA Brief Rundown Of The Spying Questions Intel’s CEO Won’t AnswerSamsung Reveals The Galaxy S5: Its Waterproof New Flagship PhoneHow Young Is Too Young To Learn About The Singularity?BBC’s New Online-Only Show Has A Message About Bullying–And How Kids Watch “TV”Waffle Tacos And Crunchwraps: Taco Bell’s Breakfast Menu Goes Nationwide March 27thThis Beer Cooler Cuts Off All Mobile Signals, Forcing You To Actually Talk To The People You’re WithGet PersonalNow You Can Preorder Blackphone, The Phone That Puts Privacy FirstA World Of Open Source Sex Toys, Built By Three Georgia Tech StudentsCan This Company Finally Get The Retail Fashion World Online?SXSW Interactive At 20: Share Your Favorite MemoriesNokia X: The Windows Phone Maker’s Line Of Android PhonesInfographic: Find Out Which Job In Movies You Should HaveHow 6 Pop-Up Art Pods Are Making A Vacant Lot Useful AgainFive Tips to a More Productive InboxReplacing Our Hook-And-Ladders With Drones: The Robot Firemen Of The FutureWatch A Powerful Video Of Kiev’s Protesters Set To Pharrell Williams’s “Happy”These Maps Show Where Droughts And Fracking CollideLiving In A Neighborhood Where People Hate People Is Really Bad For Gay People’s HealthWhatsApp Announces In-App Phone Calls Are Coming This YearKids Reenact The Darnedest Best Picture NomineesWant To Change Your (Bad) Habits? Try DesignMapping Nairobi’s Crazy Informal Transit System For The First TimeA City On The Upswing, Pittsburgh’s New Mayor Aims To Woo NewcomersThe States Where The 1% Are Doing The BestKenyan Series “The Samaritans” Takes A Mockumentary Look At The World Of NGOsBrendan Iribe Wants To Bring Virtual Reality To The MassesThis Lightweight Turbo Kit Will Turn Clunky Bike-Share Bikes Into A Speedy E-BikeIs It Actually Possible To Make Bottled Water Eco-Friendly?See Every Episode Of “Breaking Bad” Summed Up In A Gorgeous, Graphic PosterA Pixar Artist Turns Your Favorite R-Rated Movie Scenes Into Something For The KidsSkip The Hedge Fund: We Need Young People To Take Risks And Build Inspiring ThingsThe Economic Case For A Nontraditional Career Path5 Ways To Boost Your Emotional IntelligenceWhy Big Ideas Happen In Your Late 30sSuits, Ties, And Smashed Startup Stereotypes Rule The Day At AppDirectThe Science Behind Your Ideal Work Environment5 Ways to Make Your To-Do Lists More EffectiveHow to Lose Jobs And Alienate People On LinkedInSales Secrets From A Top-Selling Girl ScoutWhat The Sleep Habits of Famous Writers Reveal About Their ProductivityThe Dos and Don’ts Of Fundraising From Charles Best, Tim Ferriss, And Alexis OhanianPodcast Episode: How UPS Predicts the FutureLeonardo DiCaprio, Kanye West Welcome You to Scorsese’s “Wolf of Wall Street”How To Sell Your Company To Google In A YearScraps Of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge Could Become An Airbnb RentalMarvel Wants You To Meet The Unknown Superheroes Of “Guardians Of The Galaxy”“Anchorman 2” Advertising Returns With Trailer For “Anchorman 2” Re-Release, With 763 More JokesAn Open Source Library For Adding Sound Bytes To Print JournalismThe British Are Streaming . . . 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