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In The Wake Of Tragedy, Canadians React To Islamophobia With A Satisfying Punch In The FaceToday in Tabs: Crash and BurnNew Twitter App Detects Suicidal Tweets, Sends Alerts To FollowersCurrentC Notifies Users That It Suffered An Email BreachIBM, Twitter: The New Business Intelligence Best BuddiesSodaStream Will Close Its West Bank Factory In 2015Watch Chris Meloni Squash “Beef” In a New Web Series From “Burning Love” AlumniBenedict Cumberbatch Will Blow Your Anglo-TV-Loving Mind With This Interactive Trailer For BBC DramaPoynt: A Universal Checkstand For Mobile PaymentsPortraits Painted With FireGoogle Moves Into Fitness Market With New Fit AppThese Solar-Powered Delivery Trikes Make Local Food Truly SustainableThe Guardian Rolls Out A Redesign, With Input From Thousands Of ReadersThese Are The Best Movie Death Scenes Ever, As Chosen By 29 Horror DirectorsThese Are The Products You Can Finance On Reddit’s New Crowdfunding Platform10 Medical Innovations Poised To Make Us Healthier In 2015HP’s Sprout Is A Bold Attempt to Reimagine The Desktop PCThis Is A Very Important Game About Toasting BreadThe Reason CVS And Rite Aid Won’t Take Apple Pay? ContractsThe “Safe” Replacement For A Toxic Chemical Might Cause Some Nasty Side Effects To Boys’ GenitalsPatagonia Points Out Your Nice New Winter Jacket Might Be Made With Goose TortureThe Most Popular Halloween Costumes Of The Past 5 YearsVisualizing The Explosive Growth Of The Robotics Industry6 Ways To Make A Legendary Haunted House From Leftover ElectronicsThis Cheap Paper Test Can Tell You If You Have Ebola In Just 30 MinutesTry Windows 93: The Hilarious OS That Never WasThis Tron-Like Highway Uses Solar Power To Glow In The DarkHow The NBA Fixed Its Instant Replay ProblemWhy Artist Olafur Eliasson Hauled 100-Tons Of Glacial Ice To Denmark Only To Watch It MeltThese Are The 10 Most Popular Cities In The U.S. (For Rats)What The Cannabis Market Can Learn From Brand-Savvy Craft BrewersIkea’s 5-Minute Furniture Really Takes 17 Minutes To BuildWant To Buy A Historic Fashion Label? Now’s Your Chance!Fake Flames Tell You When Samsung’s Induction Stove Gets HotThe Architecture Of Fear: How To Design A Truly Terrifying Haunted HouseThis CEO Spent His Stanford Years Taking Dance Classes–And They’re Key To His SuccessWant More Time With Your Kids? Schedule It, Like Any MeetingRockabye Baby’s Secret To Success: Forget About BabyIn Defense Of YellingIf You Like SkyMall–And Forever Diapers, And Camping Comas–You’ll Love The Products In SkyMaul 2Warning: These Photos Of Wet Puppies Shaking Their Pudgy Little Bodies Will Disrupt Your MoodHow To Cure An Expectation HangoverA Tale Of Many BestiesWhy You Should Brag About Your FailuresWhat Major Brands Really Think About InnovationHow To Create A Culture Of Productivity9 Ways You’re Effectively Destroying Your Startup4 Major Downsides Of The Annual Bonus10 Signs You’re In The Wrong Job, And What To Do About ItThe Consequences Of An Unfair WorkplaceInside The Movement That’s Trying To Solve Silicon Valley’s Diversity ProblemHow a Classic Is Created: My Bloody Valentine and the Making of “Loveless”Chrysler, Champion Of Detroit, Takes On The World With German And Japanese AdsOrbital Sciences’s Antares Rocket Explodes Shortly After LaunchFacebook Sees Big Boost In Mobile Ad RevenueThe Most Honest Ebola Coverage You’ll Ever SeeMs. Marvel’s Long, Degrading, Triumphant Road To StardomThe Most Honest Ebola Coverage You’ll Ever SeeBen Affleck And Other “Batman V Superman” Stars Have An Important Message About Actual BatsThese Videographers Want To Use GoPro Cameras To Tell The Stories Of Homeless PeopleGoogle’s Next Moonshot: Detecting Cancer With NanoparticlesSurprise! Marvel Unveils Upcoming Slate of Nine More Wildly Profitable MoviesToday in Tabs: Live From Inexpressible IslandAtari Looks To Hit The Jackpot With New Casino-Style Gaming PlatformSee Beyond The Perfect Image In Contact Sheets From Classic Hollywood MoviesMisleading Headlines Can Leave Lasting Impressions, Even If You Read The ArticleFTC Sues AT&T For Throttling Speeds Of So-Called Unlimited Data PlansA Polluted Canal In Berlin Could Transform Into The World’s Largest Swimming PoolApple Reports Falling iTunes Music RevenueWatch This Video About What It’s Like To Walk Around While FemaleWatch The Trailer For The World’s First Iranian Vampire WesternCould The Kardashians Buy BlackBerry If They Wanted To?Watch Bleachers Jam Out On Top Of A Speeding Ice Cream TruckVisualizing The Two Sides Of #Gamergate’s Twitter DebateAn Ad-Free YouTube Subscription May Be ComingThe Best Wildlife Photography Of 2014Diet Coke Creates 2 Million Unique Labels To Prove How Special You AreTaco Bell’s Slick New App Lets You Build The Franken-Taco Of Your DreamsTim Cook’s Comments About Apple Watch’s Battery Life Aren’t PromisingIn This Airplane Redesign, No One And Everyone Gets A Window SeatHere’s What It’s Like To Click The First Banner Ad EverThe Apple Pay Challenge: Lessons Learned From My Week Without A WalletWhy This Water Saving Campaign Is Working: Simplicity Plus Humor Wins Every TimeThese Video-Game Consoles Were Designed To Be Excruciatingly SlowThis Enormous Man Emerging From The Earth Is a Sculpture, Not Your NightmareFor A Brief Moment, There Was A Cat In Google MapsThe Ditto Might Just Be The Most Meta Wearable YetHow Nara Found The Restaurant SupernodesWhy Vim, An ’80s Text Editor, Is Still The UI Of Choice For Power UsersThis Startup Wants To Help You Overcome Your Skills Gap Before You Get Your First JobThese Stunning, Simple Posters Tell The Story Of The Syrian RevolutionNeed A New Bone? Grow It From Your Own CellsThis London Bar’s Cocktail Menu Is A Gorgeous Pop-Up BookTake A Horrifying Journey To Meet Japan’s Most Human-Looking RobotsTarget Practice: What People Around The World Learn To Shoot AtWatch 30 Classic Album Covers Come To LifeWatch As The World’s Biggest Cities Explode In Size Over The Last 200 YearsIf Smart Design Can’t Make It In Silicon Valley, Who Can?Growing a whole extra YOU is not that far away with this anatomically precise stem cell technologyInside Rent The Runway’s Secret Dry-Cleaning EmpireThis “Social Justice Kittens” Calendar Celebrates Your Oversensitivity To EverythingToasting The Light And Dark Of Creative Genius In Dylan Thomas Biopic “A Poet In New York”The Immigrant Moonwalker: How The Daily Show’s Aasif Mandvi Found Himself Through Pop CultureWhy International Cybercrime Is Going To Keep Getting WorseAsk The Experts: How Do I Tell My Boss I’m Pregnant?4 Things To Remember When You Need To Keep It TogetherHow A High-Tech Mayo Startup Aims To Take Down Factory FarmingHow To Actually Stick To Habit ChangesThe Shortage Of Women In STEM Explained4 Steps To Take When Your Company’s Goals Aren’t Clear6 Steps To Stop Feeling So OverwhelmedHow Myths About Female Executives Make The Gap WiderWhy Your Realistic Goals Are Holding You BackThe Surprising Countries That Are Closest To Eliminating Their Gender GapsArt Or Surveillance?Microsoft Offers Unlimited OneDrive Storage To Office 365 SubscribersPro Wrestling Meets Poetry As John Cena Recites Dylan Thomas For WWE 2K15You Might Not Guess Which Scary Movies These Minimalist Posters Represent, But Take a Stab At ItToday in Tabs: The Descent of GothTwitter Pulls Its Google Glass AppApple Reportedly Wants Apple Pay To Replace Subway SwipesAwful Or Awesome?: This Browser Extension Clicks Every Ad To Confuse The System74 Years Of McDonald’s Marketing In Two MinutesAn Ode To Banner Ads, Every Junior Designer’s Worst NightmareOK Go Features Honda’s Uni-Segway And A Veritable Army Of Japanese Schoolgirls In New Music VideoThese Adidas Shoes Are Made For Cyber Ninja Basketball Players (Or Something)Amazon Unveils $39 Fire TV Stick To Battle Google’s ChromecastThese Miniature Super-Forests Can Green Cities With Just A Tiny Amount Of SpaceA Bus Tours Across Africa, Developing Startup Ideas Along The WayFitbit Announces Three New Fitness Wristbands To Help You Get Off Your ButtArsenic, Added Sugar, And Every Other Bad Thing In Your Food—Now In One Helpful DatabaseHere’s A Carry-On Bag That James Bond Could Get BehindJim Carrey Lifts Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln Ad Up Where It BelongsCheck Out The Most Remote Design Destination On EarthWatch Casey Neistat’s Google Glass-Delivered Google Glass ReviewThe Citi Bike For Tiny Adorable Smart Cars Launches In BrooklynMy Morning Jacket Records Woody Guthrie Classic For North Face Campaign To Benefit Public LandsBeyoncé Launching A New Streetwear Line With TopshopThink You Can’t Find Anyone But White Men To Speak At Your Conference? Look HereOn A New Shared Street In Chicago, There Are No Sidewalks, No Lights, And Almost No SignsThis Pakistani Startup Is Reviving A Dying Craft With These Gorgeous ShoesSmart Design Shutters Its San Francisco StudioThe App From SAP That Will Make Women’s Tennis Even More CompetitiveYes, iPad Apps Can Help Your Child Learn To ReadWhat Book Should You Read Next? Putting Librarians And Algorithms To The TestThe Dollar Is Too Nationalistic. Here’s What It Should Look Like InsteadThese Sickeningly Beautiful Photos Of Rotting Food Remind You How Much Food You Waste5 Ways The Internet Will Revolutionize Work And Play By 2025These Insane Kinetic Sculptures Look Like “Inception” Brought To LifeCatch: The Addictive New Game By A Graphic Design GuruCan Instacart Win The Battle For Your Grocery List?Why Protective Gear Isn’t Stopping EbolaThe Trailblazing, Candy-Colored History Of The Online Banner AdHow 4 Retailers Are Using Digital And Mobile To Create A More Seamless Shopping ExperienceDedicated Sneakerheads Find Adidas Nirvana On A Quiet Street In ArgentinaNew Super-Resolution Microscopy Shows The Inner Workings Of Cells As Never BeforeHow The Most Successful People Conquer BurnoutWhy There Are Too Many Chiefs And Not Enough Innovation3 Tips For Identifying The Key Players In The Compensation GameThe Case For And Against Freezing Eggs, From Women Who’ve Made The Choice5 Techniques To Make Teamwork More ManageableHow To Keep Going When Everyone Thinks Your Idea Is TerribleHow to Regain A Sense Of Power And Control Over Your DayHow To Push Past That Terrifying Dip In MotivationHow Much Is That Ice Cream In The Window? Depends On The SeasonIs Your Smartphone Sapping Your Productivity?The Secret Behind Internet Mega-Hit Popsugar? Forget About Work-Life BalanceSee The Crazy Things That Were Happening Just Outside The Edges Of Your Favorite Album CoversThese Are The Gnarly Faces You Make When Drinking ShotsI Hate Meetings. You Hate Meetings. Let’s Change ThatTake A Wintry Holiday From Reality With Sony’s “Ice Bubbles” AdTwitter Will Teach The Homeless Tech Skills When Learning Center Opens This SummerYou Can Now Watch A Full Movie On Oculus RiftToday in Tabs: FreitabReplacing Glucose Tests With An Always-On Sensor–Hidden In Your ContactsWhy Did Apple Apparently Send Porn To This Unsuspecting App Developer?These Drones With Little Brooms Keep Solar Panels Clean“Storytellers,” Innovation Officers, And Drunk Social Media Managers Get The Onion Treatment In Advertising Insider!Let’s Not Pretend This Is The First Time Frank Gehry Has Sounded Like A JerkClothing That Looks Normal During The Day But Reflects At NightTerror In The Car Wash: Ford Pulls A Spooky Halloween StuntWatch Blake Griffin And Chris Paul Do Sketch Comedy On Adult SwimDoctors Use Adult (Not Embryonic) Stem Cells To Grow And Implant Petri-Dish RetinaScientists Experiment With… Robotic Bacteria?Chicago’s Sleek Soho House Has Echoes Of An Industrial PastLet’s Make This The Last Story About A Celebrity Using Twitter You Ever Sells For $50,000 To A Marijuana StartupGender Equality, Getting What You Want, And Office Dogs: This Week’s Most Popular Leadership StoriesSurvey: Venture Capitalists A Little Less ConfidentIkea’s New Desk Goes From Sitting To Standing With The Push Of A ButtonFashion Guru Simon Collins On Why Beijing Is The World’s Most Exciting Design CityOn Pet Love, And LossRebuilding A Detroit Home To Live In–In Hopes Of Rebuilding The CityWhy There Is No Available Ebola VaccineCan A Bike Be Both Cheap And Beautiful?Data Breaches Are Making People Hate Your BrandThese Are The Countries With The Greenest Economies4 Ways Academic Libraries Are Adapting For The FutureWhat Your ZIP Code Says About YouIsn’t It Time You Had A Talk With Your Thermostat?Paul Budnitz’s Bohemian Rhapsody, ElloIn A Flood, This Amphibious House Starts To FloatA $95,000 Oculus Rift Ride Will Give You A Tour Of The World’s Most Expensive Real Estate5 Smart Gadgets That Will Transform The Life Of Any Pet OwnerL.A. 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In New “Between Two Ferns”Now You Can Build Your Own Mercedes On InstagramWhat This Algebra-Doing Camera App Actually Solves Is A Marketing ProblemLost At The Museum? This Ingenious 3-D Map Makes Navigation A CinchProgrammable Antibiotics Could Kill Infections While Leaving Your “Good” Bugs AloneMillennials Don’t Drive–And Here’s Why They Aren’t Likely To Start Anytime SoonThe “A-List” Of Climate Change Leaders Includes Oil Companies And A Cigarette MakerThis Military Robotics Company Vows To Never Make A Killer RobotTwo OkCupid Founders May Have The Solution To The Internet’s Identity ProblemA Hackathon To Stop Ebola? Not As Dumb As It SoundsDog Complex: Analyzing Freud’s Relationship With His Pets13 Photos That Prove Even Old Dogs Are CuteThe Pet Body-Shaming Industry Is So Much More Intense Than You ThoughtAn App To Teach Kids That Gender Norms Are B.S.Meet Your New Pet, A Domesticated FoxExperimental Dashboard Lets Some Drivers Turn Red Lights GreenMama Glow Is There For You From The Birthing Room To The BoardroomBill Gates’s New Obsession: Plain Old Boring Plant Sex5 Ways Green Office Design Also Makes Workers Happier And More ProductiveHow Do These Curtains Make You Feel? The Science Of Therapists’ OfficesLike Art From The Walls Of Carcosa, These Bacteria-Eaten Photos Will Haunt YouStanford And 69 Scientists Say That Brain-Training Games Make Exaggerated ClaimsMeet The Actress Who Chucked A Successful Career To Start An Organic Ice-Cream CompanyMarriott’s New Photo-Driven Ploy To Attract Millennial WorkersThe Un-Marketing And Re-Marketing Of Whole FoodsBuyer’s Guide: The Best iPhone 6 Case (So Far)Banned By The NBA, A Shoe Company Branches OutThe Elements of Wit: 5 Ways to Be Smarter, Funnier, And Better At PartiesIndie Queen Lynn Shelton On Going Mainstream(ish) With Her New Film, “Laggies.” And Eating BugsThe Story Of Oreo: How An Old Cookie Became A Modern Marketing PersonalityWhat Really Motivates People To Rally Behind A CauseThe Case For Emotional ProductivityWhat Your Career And Star Wars Have In Common7 Things I Learned About Life From Completely UnpluggingOne Online Retailer’s Quest To Create A “Smarter Buyer”74 Years Of McDonald’s Marketing In Two MinutesThe Super Secret Trick To Connecting With MillennialsThe Super Secret Trick To Connecting With MillennialsHow To Exercise Your Creative MuscleThe Cluttered Closet That Launched A $25 Million BusinessWhy The Office Bully Is Getting Promoted7 Ways Your Perfection Is Ruining Your Work (And What To Do About It)Google Wants To Organize Your Life With New Email App