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Takashi Murakami’s Post-Fukushima Fantasy Takes Flight In “Jellyfish Eyes”Apple’s VP Of Communications Katie Cotton To RetireWhy Redditors Are Revolting Against Lazy Bourgeois ModeratorsThis Brazilian “BBQ Bible” Is Also A Toolset For Charring Your MeatRough Day? This Gorgeous HD Livestream Of Earth From The International Space Station Will HelpCoke Uses Drones To Deliver Refreshment To Singapore’s Migrant WorkersInfographic: All The Wearables You Could Be Wearing Right NowOn The Russian Black Market, Prices Are Dropping For Your Personal DataRising CO2 Levels Find New Ways To Kill You: Lowering The Amount of Nutrients In Our Food“One Perfect Shot” Pares Down Classic Movies to a Single, Definitive FrameAlmost 70% Of People Would Put Themselves In Danger To Get A Stolen Phone BackHow Security Researchers Foiled An Internet Explorer NightmareGoogle Reveals Classroom, A Tool That Lets Teachers Collect Assignments OnlineHow Steve Jobs’ Death Boosted Public Health EducationWhy The Best Way Into Your Customer’s iPhone Is The Headphone JackThis Modular Urban Farm To Pop Up On Vacant Lots, And Then Move OnThis Fake Ad Skewers Nonsensical Celebrity “Endorsements”Your Future British Airways Flights May Be Powered By GarbageOne Man’s Quest To Donate Flights To People Visiting Their Dying Loved Ones Finally Comes TrueSee A Feline Richard Branson In The “Fat Cats” CampaignEvernote And LinkedIn Launch A New Business Card App For iOS To Organize Your ContactsA Smarter Bike Lock That You Don’t Have To CarryMarc Maron Brings His Confessional Comedy Back To TVMove Over Oscar Mayer, This Is The Hot Dog Of The FutureMeet The First Electric Mercedes To Come To The U.S.–Powered By TeslaThe Chief Of Microsoft Research On Big Ideas, Failure, And Its New Skunkworks GroupHow TuneIn Radio Plans To Turn 50 Million Passive Users Into Engaged Followers4 Countries That Are Leaving Silicon Valley In Their TracksYael Cohen On Tuning Out DistractionsWhy Work-Life Integration Trumps Work-Life BalanceHow A Grown-Up Field Trip To A Museum Can Improve Your Work (And Life)By Mingling TaskRabbit And Tinder, Can This Guy Get More Dudes To Go On More Dates?The Entrepreneur Who Wants To Plan Your EveningHow To Master The Fine Art Of Small TalkHow Being Curious Children Led Two Internet Pioneers To InnovationIs There A Fair Way To Pay CEOs?The Other Gender Gap: How Women Entrepreneurs Are Getting Screwed Out Of FundingThe Story Of Stuff’s Annie Leonard Talks About Her New Role As Greenpeace’s Executive DirectorActivision And Vice Made A Doc/Ad For “Call of Duty” About Private Military ContractorsWhy Boston’s City Hall Wants A Chief Digital OfficerCadillac And Spike Lee Help NFL Prospect Teddy Bridgewater Give His Mom A Pink EscaladeNow You Can Hail An Uber Car From The Google Maps AppFrom Fuck Cancer’s Founder, A New App For People Who Ask “How Can I Help?”What Happens When You Break Up With Facebook: NothingA Magical Garden In A Box On The Streets Of LondonThe Set of John Oliver’s HBO Show Features a Hidden Wink At “Game of Thrones”Annie Leonard, Creator of The Story Of Stuff, Is The New Executive Director Of Greenpeace USAThe Trailer For Fox’s “Gotham” Series Shows Off The Gloomy, Pre-Batman Gotham CityNivea’s New Print Ad Can Keep Track Of Your Kid At The BeachFrom France: A Huge Tongue And Giant, Showering Rugby Player Give Outdoor Ads New DimensionLyft Partners With MetLife To Provide Auto Insurance For Drivers And PassengersHow Climate Change Is Already Disrupting AmericaHow Apps Automate Emotional Stuff Like Home Video EditingStitch Labs Teams Up With Square To Bolster Inventory Management Options For Mobile SellersHigh-Tech Backpacks For Dogs Might Be The Future of Search And RescueCall 1-844-GIRLBOSS For A Quick Confidence BoostThis 700-Page Catalog Of Color Was Created Nearly 3 Centuries Before PantoneThe Newest Piece Of The Sharing Economy: A Subscription Service For Washing MachinesThe Hidden Psychology Of Ordering Food OnlineThe Future Of The Grid Is Local And Distributed, And Universities Are Already Building ItSay Goodbye To The Car Wash With This Self-Cleaning CarVSCO Increases Artist Initiative Fund From $100,000 to $1 Million To Help Creatives Jumpstart Their ProjectsFinally, A Use For Tobacco That Doesn’t Kill You: Making DrugsNeed Creative Inspiration? Take A WalkSee How Filmmakers Used Drones To Tell A Stunning Tale Of How The World Uses WaterThe Smooth Side Of Agency Entrepreneurialism: A Creative Shop Gets Into The Nut-Butter Business3 Ways Big Data Is Going To Be Used Against You In The Future14 Disturbing Posters Illustrate The Dire State Of Our Energy SystemThe Most Bike-Friendly States In The U.S.Antivirus Is Dead. Meet The Next Generation of Anti-Hacker ToolsThe Young Turks And The Future Of News On YouTubeNot Just For Toddlers: Give Yourself A Time Out To Boost Creativity8 Ways You Are Turning A Crisis Into Catastrophe (And How To Stop)Charles Duhigg On How The Power of Habit Drives Everything In Life (And Business)Why Your Life Needs A Mission StatementWhy Women CEOs Are More Likely To Be Forced Out6 Quick Fixes To Make Meetings Less Of A Time Suck10 Questions To Finally Change Your HabitsHow To Use the Psychology Of Social Proof To Your Advantage7 Secrets Of People Who Get Enough SleepIs Your Brain Hardwired To Be Negative? Why That Might Be A Good ThingEverything You Need To Know To Become A Remote CEOThe Most Important Part Of An Event Is Not What Happens In The RoomShow Your Love Of The Golden Girls And Papercraft With These Miniature TV PlaysetsTragedy Befalls Your Favorite Disney Characters In “Unhappily Ever After”And Now We Know How a Wes Anderson Porno Would LookCredit Where It’s Due: An App That Allows Twitter Users To Watermark Their PhotosWhy Are Norwegian Tank Drivers Wearing Oculus Rift Headsets?Are Your Retirement Investments Helping Gun Companies? This New PSA Can Tell YouEvery Soccer Fan Has A World Cup Opinion In This New ESPN CampaignThe 1,696 Pairs Of Underwear And Other Items Lost On New York’s SubwaysPeople Are Tracking Thieves Using “Find My IPhone” And Then Hunting Them Down With HammersThis Psychedelic Virtual City Makes Music Controlled By Your Brain WavesStaples’ 3-D Printing Service Has ArrivedSaving Lions By Appointing Masai Warriors As Their ProtectorsYou Can Now Add Stuff To Your Amazon Cart Through Twitter With A HashtagThis Simple Device Harvests Sunshine And Beams It Down To Dark City StreetsBecome A Vigilante With This App That Lets You Report Cars In Handicapped SpacesWhy The R Programming Language Is Good For BusinessSunlight Is A Miracle Disinfectant–This Device Will Tell You When It’s Worked Its MagicThink Spinning Turbines Are Bad For Birds? Look At Where You’re SittingGoogle Shopping Launches Same-Day Delivery In NYC and L.A.–And It’s Free For Six MonthsWater-Repellent Concrete Could End The Scourge Of PotholesMapping All The Places In The U.S. With A Population Of ZeroThe 10 Most Resilient Cities In The WorldLook At All The Creatures Living In A Single Cubic FootSee The Human Face Of Devastating Floods With “Drowning World” PhotosTarget Fills the Sky With Stars–And Coldplay–For The Release Of The Band’s New AlbumHow Your Twitter Following Can Get You Discounts On Luxury Hotels8 Incredibly Efficient Cars That Drive Thousands Of Miles On Just One Gallon–Designed By StudentsHow To Embrace Your Creative Rut And Climb Out Of ItWhy We Can’t Sleep And What It’s Doing to Our Work9 Consultant Skills They Don’t Teach You In Business SchoolWhat Zillow Learned From Setting Unrealistic GoalsFirst Isn’t Always Best: When Patience Pays OffInside The Billion-Dollar Play To Bring Japanese Cool To The WorldHow To Stop Your Office From Zapping Your ProductivityThe Email That Created A MovementHow To Tackle Four Common Ways You Let Your Focus Slip5 Ways To Give Yourself A Confidence BoostMake Every Day “Bring Your Dog To Work” DayThe Rise Of Sadvertising Why Brands Are Determined To Make You CryThe New VW.com Takes A Page From Online Dating To Help You Find A CarIs the WWE Network Taking Pay-Per-View To The Top Rope?Kevin Spacey Channels Francis Underwood Once More In Trailer For “Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare”The Next Heartbleed Bug? Hard-to-Fix “Covert Redirect” Flaw DiscoveredColdplay Promote Their New Album With Lyrics Sheets Hidden In Nine Books In Nine Libraries Around The WorldDime Bag Not Included: Yes, You Can Actually Buy Willie Nelson’s Old Tour Bus On CraigslistThe Recommender: Suzanne LaBarre, Whose Cat Is More Famous Than YouWatch SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rocket Float Gently Back To The Ground After LaunchingThis Eye-Popping Interactive Visualization Shows Every Bill Introduced By Congress Since 1973John Lewis Marks Its 150th Anniversary With This Time-Traveling AdThe Top 5 Leadership Stories, April 28-May 2Here’s a Book You Can Actually Drink And It Might Save LivesA Real Tech Bubble: Read–And Smell–Social Media Updates On These Info-Bearing SpheresA Simple, Nifty Trick For Cleaning Up Your Facebook News FeedIn A Shipping Container In Antarctica, We’re Learning How To Grow Veggies on MarsA DIY Home Wind Turbine For Just $30? Here’s The BlueprintUsing Citizens As Human Sensors To Improve Public ServicesThis Weekend, Uber Will Clean Out Your Closet For GoodwillThe Overlooked Connection Between Brain Injuries, Incarceration, And HomelessnessThe Day When Our Antibiotics Stop Working Is Coming Very SoonThis Adorable Cabin Has A Secret–It’s Actually An RVReinventing Fair Trade, Starting With A High-Design Paper VaseSee Khaleesi As Drogo And 18 More Chilling Celebrity Face SwapsInfographic: Here’s How Long It Takes To Binge-Watch That Show You Keep Hearing AboutMapping America’s Enormous Prison PopulationWhy Researching Our Ancestors Has The Power To Change LivesThis Moscow Factory Was A Symbol Of Soviet Industry–Now It’s A Walkable NeighborhoodHow Disney’s Imagineers Keep The Magic Ideas Coming5 Outdated Beliefs That Waste Time And MoneyHow Stella & Dot Is Giving Old-Fashioned Direct Sales A Mobile MakeoverHow Your Philosophy Degree Can Be Relevant To Tech Startup SuccessHow My Star Trek Bath Robe Helps Me Voyage To The Final Frontier Of InnovationHow To Drop The Work-Life Balancing Act And Set Some BoundariesComing Soon To Brooklyn: A Silicon Valley-Like Tech Hub On The East River3 Seemingly Obvious Tech Mergers We’re Still Waiting For5 Free Apps For Finding A Work Appropriate Spring WardrobeHow To Make A B2B Company Less BoringWhat Happened When American Express OPEN Realized It Was Targeting The Wrong DemographicThe Latest Twitter Hack: Talking To YourselfJon Favreau Explains How He Got Personal With “Chef”A Remarkable Mirror That Shows What You Look Like Under Your SkinSuperfan Trent Girone Is The Best Thing To Happen To Wheel Of FortuneNew York’s Top Chefs Spill Their Secrets To Staying Creative“Please Use This Song” Sounds Like Every Song In Every Ad, IntentionallyHappy 50th Birthday, BASIC!DonorsChoose Has A Friend In Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOPThe Grommet Launches Wholesale Platform To Bridge The Gap Between Makers And RetailersThe NFB’s New Interactive Skateboarding Doc Pays Homage To “The Devil’s Toy”This Super Sleek Carbon Fiber Bike Will Warn You If A Car Is About To Hit YouThis Drake-Branded Bounce Lint Roller Might Be The Best NBA Cross-Promotional Souvenir EverHow One Brutal Online Review Wrecked A Couple’s CreditHow Writing And Art Must Change If The Comic Book Will SurviveWould The GitHub Debacle Happen At A Traditional Company?How To Translate A Business Problem Into A Design PatternMakeSpace, Cloud Storage For Your Physical Stuff, Raises $8 Million in Series A FundingCalArts Animation Grads Have Brought $30 Billion To Hollywood StudiosA Drone Takes You Inside The Ghost Town Abandoned After The Fukushima Nuclear DisasterFoursquare Ditches The Check-In, Introduces Swarm, A New Location-Sharing AppBroken Bells Are Giving Away 3-D Printing Blueprints To Accompany Their New AlbumHow To Bring The Art Of The Creative Blitz Into Your HackathonLawrence Lessig Launches MayOne, The “Super PAC To End All Super PACs”Benjamin Netanyahu Doesn’t Get You People With Your Smartphones And SelfiesWhat Do Women Talk About When They Talk On Twitter?See The Surprising, Gross, And Oddly Adorable Life Inside a Single Drop Of SeawaterLike A High-Fashion Etsy, Farfetch Puts The World’s Rarest Fashion At Your FingertipsThis Inflatable Car Seat Blows Up In Just 40 SecondsSnapchat Grows Up, Adds Text Messaging and Video ConferencingWant To Lose Weight? 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Clippers Fans Are Raising Funds To Buy The Team And Make It A NonprofitThe World’s First Wearable Fitness Tracker For Kids Aims To Fight Childhood ObesityInfographic: These Are The Weirdest Things Thousands of People Google Every MonthA Tower Of Shipping Containers That Can Reshape Itself In A DisasterThe Next Big Idea For Workers Will Come From The Old School Labor Movement4 Award-Winning Buildings That Nudge People To Live Healthier LivesCan The “Lyft Of Moving” Take The Pain Out Of One Of Life’s Most Hated Activities?4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Try To Do Everything Yourself11 Famous Entrepreneurs Share How They Overcame Their Biggest FailureWhy Starting A Loan Business During The Recession Wasn’t A Terrible Idea7 Ways To Turn Your Opponents Into Opportunities4 Reminders Of How Not To Be A Jerk On Twitter8 Personality Traits Of People Who Don’t Let Job Hunting Crush Their SoulsWhy You Should Probably Host A HackathonWhy Are Some People More Creative Than Others?How To Do What You Love And Not Go Broke