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Airbnb’s New Logo Looks Awfully Familiar“Galaxy Getaways” Is Your Travel Guide To The Finest Destinations In Marvel’s “Guardians Of The Galaxy”This Discovery Stunt Sparked Some Serious Shark Panic In CanadaA Visual Guide To Vaginas, So No One Ever Compares The Airbnb Logo To A Vagina Again (NSFW)Munchery And Jawbone Team Up To Seamlessly Track Nutritional DataBlackBerry Unveils Its Own Siri-Like Virtual AssistantWill It Fit? This Algorithm Takes The Guesswork Out Of Online ShoppingMarvel Comics’ Thor Is Now A WomanManolo Blahnik is NOT The Top Brand In This Supercut Of Every Brand Reference In “Sex And The City”Amazon Tests Kindle Unlimited, Its Own E-book Subscription ServiceJill Abramson’s Smartest Career Advice For Young WomenVisa Launches A PayPal CompetitorAwwchitecture: Couple Gets Engaged In Bjarke Ingels’ Giant MazeAn Obstacle For Women In STEM That We’re Only Beginning To Talk AboutA Pacemaker That Works Without Any Electronics–Just BiologyThe Yo App, It’s Now For More Than Alerting Israelis Of Rocket Attacks, Annoying PeopleAirbnb Unveils A Major Rebranding Effort That Paves The Way For Sharing More Than Homes12 Photos Of Britons And Their Whimsical ShedsRoboto Rebooted: Why Google Updates Its Font Like The Rest Of Its ProductsDemystifying Fashion Labs: How Tech Is Changing The Way We Dress And Shop10 Jobs That May Soon DisappearGoogle Street View Cars Are Sniffing Out Climate-Destroying Methane As They DriveGE Celebrates Its Role In The Moon Landing By Releasing A Commemorative . . . SneakerCurators Go On A 100,000-Mile Road Trip To Find America’s Unheralded ArtistsWatch: Wild Beasts’ New Music Video Is An Ode To PsychedeliaThe Cheapest (Legal) Way To Get HBO Go Without The Huge Cable TV PackageGoogle+ Will Now Let You Use A Fake NameCan The Printed Photo Ever Regain Its Former Glory?Papercraft Guillotine Records Its Victims’ Last MomentsWorld War One-Era Ships Redone In “Dazzle Camouflage”Apple Partners With Historic Rival IBM To Make IPhones More Business-FriendlyHow Street Maps Can Be SexistThis Algae-Powered Building Actually WorksA New Take On Auto Insurance: Pay By The MileA Site That Opens Up The Black Box Of Insurance ShoppingHere’s What 24 Hours In The Life Of A New York Taxi Looks LikeOrganic Produce Is Healthier Than Conventional Produce. Or Is It?This Lovely Interactive Picture Book Uses Light And Shadow To Tell An Ever-Changing StoryA Radar For Your Bike, So You Don’t Have To Have Eyes In The Back Of Your HeadBrazil’s World Cup Stadiums Reimagined As Sorely Needed HousingNever Do Laundry Again With These 4 Gee-Whiz GadgetsWhy Nursing Homes Should Have GardensMoMA Design Curator Paola Antonelli On The Dark Side Of DesignThe MakinSense Babe Is Spicing Up FinanceThe Brands With The Best Global Reputations Are The Ones That Make Our GadgetsGoogle: 6 Reasons Why Nobody Uses Your AppThe Common Core Standards Need To Bust A MoveHow Birchbox’s New Store Ups The Fun Factor Of Shopping For Beauty ProductsMaster Distillers At Wild Turkey On The Recipe For Mixing Business With FamilyHow A Student And A Professor Became Business PartnersInspiration That Comes From AnywhereWhy The First Years After College Are Crucial For Women Aiming For The C-Suite6 Tips To Startup Success From Shark Tank’s Kevin O’LearyWhy The Last Five Years Of Your Life Have DisappearedHow Creative Hobbies Make Us Better At Basically EverythingThe Overlooked Factor To Job Satisfaction For Millennials That Doesn’t Matter To Baby Boomers16 U.S. Cities Where Women Actually Earn More Than Men9 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My CareerAsk The Experts: Is There A Way To Incorporate My Day Job Into A Side Hustle Without Being Shady?Behind Doritos Roulette, The Brand’s Dangerous Innovation In Chip EatingThe Science Of Tripping Balls, And Its Impact On CreativityCollaboration Conundrum? Submit Your Question To Our Creative Advice ExpertMoMA Names New Architecture And Design CuratorGirl Geek Academy Wants To Get 1 Million Girls Coding by 2025Microsoft Might Be Planning Its Largest Round Of LayoffsLondon Celebrates The Monty Python Reunion By Putting A 50-Foot Dead Parrot In Potters Field ParkPlugging The World’s Water Leaks With Sophisticated AnalyticsDesign Lessons You Learn While Designing A BikeIs This The Easiest Way On Earth To Learn Programming?Google’s Project Zero Is Making The Internet SaferAhead Of Its Seattle Launch, Munchery Launches On-Demand Dinner Service In San FranciscoRevealed: Social Imprints’ All-New Customized MetrisRemember That Movie When That Guy Did That Thing? That’s What These New Netflix Ads Are LikeArtist Arrested For Letting People 3-D Print Models Of Her VaginaThese Finned Pans Require 40% Less HeatThis Fitness Tool Uses Machine Learning To Shape Recs For Your PecsHow Machine Learning Can Teach Your iPhone To “See”An Apartment Tower Designed To Help Residents Make FriendsGoogle Partners With Novartis To Make Smart Contact LensesTory Burch Gives The Fitness Tracker A Fashionable MakeoverResurrecting Prodigy, The World’s Proto-InternetWhy We Should Fight The “Ivory Tower” Of CryptographyThese Smartphone-Controlled Lightbulbs Are Now ShippingThe Four Most Surprisingly Useful Features In iOS 8Watch “Fox & Friends” Try To Critique The Design Of Some Bathroom SignageNearing A Deadline, Is The World Going To Meet The Millennium Development Goals?How A Simple Design Tweak Is Bringing Injectable Contraceptives To The Developing WorldWhy Spirit Airlines Decided To Embrace Consumers’ HateDon’t Bore Your Jeans: Levi’s Focuses On Product, Action, In A More Mainstream New CampaignThere Are Still Lots Of Slaves Making Our Stuff, But Now It’s A Little Easier To Find ThemComcast And The Most Excruciating Customer Service Phone Call EverTurning Billboards Into Tiny Houses For The HomelessA Drunk’s Best Friend: BACtrack Introduces A $50 Smartphone BreathalyzerAn Apple a Day: Cues for Healthcare from Human Centered DesignJacques Cousteau’s Grandson Comes Up From 31 Days Under The SeaThese Adorable Kids Are The World’s Next ProgrammersIntroducing Your Next Healthy Food Trend: Halal And KosherTrivia App Tests Your Design Nerdiness800 Medical Marijuana Strains, Visualized Like A Big Bong CloudThe Ghostly Beauty Of Abandoned Soviet RuinsHow Kimye Inspired The New York Times’ Great Lebron CoverJammcard, The Social Network For When You Need A New Drummer, StatPinterest’s Unique Approach To Building New Features Users LoveHow To Understand Context Instead Of Just RespondingWhy It’s Okay To QuitAnother Depressing Element Of The Gender Wage GapCan Holacracy Work? 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