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Watch Adman And Artist Graham Fink Draw Beautiful Sketches Using Only His EyesWind Could Produce A Stunning One-Third Of America’s Electricity By 2050This Amazing Stove Heats A Whole Cafe With Just 6 Logs A DayTake In The Scenery Of The Past While You Walk, With This Augmented-Reality AppFAA Gives Amazon Green Light To Test Delivery DronesObama Just Hired Another Silicon Valley Engineer To Help Fix Government TechTake That, Netflix! Empire Will Stream Exclusively on HuluThis Supercut of First and Final Frames Reveals Entire Cinematic Storylines in SecondsThis Is The Demo That Magic Leap Was Going To Show At TED Before It Backed OutHighlights From The Fast Company Grill In Austin 2015Tesla’s Model S Is Getting A No-Hands “Autopilot” ModeSafari Private Browsing History Is Not Forgotten After AllAt TED, Monica Lewinsky Talks Cyberbullying And How She Almost Lost Her LifeAmazon Expands “Addictive” One-Hour Delivery to Baltimore and MiamiThis Unique PSA Aims to Inspire, Not Scare, Kids Away from Drug AbuseA New XPrize Spinoff Lets Anyone Create Their Own Mini World-Changing Competition72andSunny Takes An Integrated Approach With New Brand Citizenship PracticeTo Reduce Traffic, Atlanta Will Pay Drivers To Use Public TransitHow Texting With Chatbots Creates A Better UX Than AppsThe Challenge Of Good Intentions At ScaleForget Glitter, Now You Can Send Your Enemies a Bag Of (Edible) DicksThis Tree-Covered Apartment Building Cleans A Polluted City BlockA Sweaty Trip Inside Bill Gates’s Mock Ebola WardIntel, Google, And TAG Heuer Announce A Swiss SmartwatchVolvo Offers Drivers A Breath Of Clean Swedish AirHow Y Combinator Startups Manufacture FOMOThe Manager Who Blogged His Team To Happiness And Productivity“Hannibal” Star Mads Mikkelsen Is Back With More Baffling, Sexist Advertising For Bo ConceptHere’s What Automakers Think About Apple Entering The Car Market“The Art of War Visualized” Translates Ancient Wisdom Into Fun InfographicsWhy Positivity Is The Worst Response To A Problem3 Ways To Use Gestures When Speaking Without Feeling UncomfortableWhat Cultural Differences Can Teach Us About Human NatureHow To Overcome The Insecurities That Are Holding You BackThe Four Biggest Myths About Changing Your HabitsHow I’m Overcoming My Obsession With Constant Self-improvementShe’s Come A Strong Way, Baby: The Ass-Kicking Evolution Of Wonder WomanBeyond Transparency: Can A Culture Of 100% Honesty Work?Take An Infographic Inventory Of Banned Books Through History–And Why They Were BannedA Paint Brand Gives The Gift Of Color To The ColorblindInstacart Is The Latest Gig Economy Startup To Get Sued For Employment PracticesShould All Workers Get Paid Family Leave? This Senator Says YesThese Twitter Takedowns of Starbucks’ #Racetogether Campaign Are WonderfulWhy iPod And Nest Creator Tony Fadell Thinks Like A ChildWomen-In-STEM Pioneer: You Can Always Tell An Ambitious Woman By The Shape Of Her HeadDyson Vacuum Cleaners Are Going Cordless–These Incredible New Batteries Make It PossibleAt Coachella, An App To Order MealsYour iPhone And iPad Just Got Easier Than Ever To HackNew Yorkers Face Longest Workweeks In The CountryThe Top 5 Tweets From Starbucks’ #RaceTogether FiascoForget The Engine, Find A Mysterious Story Under Your Hood With This New Toyota AppSony’s PlayStation Vue Is The Closest Thing Yet To Cable TV For The InternetDiplo Wants Your Help To Make K-Swiss CoolThe Lights In This Refugee Camp Are Powered By PeeMicrosoft’s Windows 10 Moves: Free Upgrades, Chilling With Pirates, Converting AndroidsAlphabet Letters Die A Slow Painful Death In This Kia Texting And Driving PSAThese Biodegradable Coffins Will Turn Cemeteries Into ForestsThis Is What Happens When You Walk Into Starbucks And Talk To The Barista About RaceHow Self-Driving Cars Will Change The Economy And Society“Wanna Try Insanity Mode?”: Ben & Jerry’s New Ice Cream Truck Is A Tesla, And I Took A Test DriveBill Gates Lays Out A Vision For A Master Plan To Stop The Next Outbreak In Its TracksHow You Really Sound In MeetingsMaking The Most Of Chance Encounters, For Fun And ProfitAnatomy Of A Hit: Why Everyone Watched—And Talked About—”Empire”Tim Cook On Apple’s Future: Everything Can Change Except ValuesWhy Cities Around The World Are Suddenly Ditching Traffic LightsSiddhartha Mukherjee Wants People To Think Differently About Cancer. Here’s How.The Worst Way To End A MeetingThe Case For Being A Generous LeaderHow Our Small Startup Affords To Offer Paid Maternity LeaveHow To Find Your Calling When You’re Stuck In A Job You HateNow On The Career Menu: Free Lunch, With A Side Of Dream Job5 Expert Tips For Refreshing Your CareerThe Scientific Case For Cold ShowersWhen Struggling With Dyslexia Makes You A Better EntrepreneurMaking Sense Of It All: How to Promote Your Brand SustainablyStoryCorps Wins The TED Prize And Builds An App That Lets Anyone Record An Interview On Their PhoneDIY Musician Translates Audio Wave Forms Into 400 Slightly Different Album CoversAT&T Brought A Giant Eyeball To SXSW To Double Cell CapacityYour Long Lost Facebook Acquaintances Can Now Beg You For MoneyDeath To Passwords: Windows 10 Will Let You Log In With Your FaceA New Gun Shop In New York City Sells Weapons With A Deadly StoryFrom Kendrick Lamar To Earl Sweatshirt: How Not To Release A “Surprise” Album‘Niners Linebacker Dodges Neurological Damage, Retires At Age 24What If You Could Have A Direct Feed From The Internet Into Your Brain?Ever Felt Trapped In Awkward Conversation? The Guys In This Short Film Literally AreSuper Mario Goes Mobile: Nintendo Leaps Into Android, iOSA Look Back At The Most Authentic Moment Of SXSWThese Electric Bikes Could Get Your Packages To You FasterWatch These Awesome Old Ladies Yell Misconceptions About Diesel Cars For VolkswagenHere’s Exactly When Normal Taxis Are Cheaper Than Uber: Data Scientists Reveal All!Ahead Of The PackLest We Forget They Were Actually Lab Rats, Here’s Scientifically Accurate Pinky And The BrainNow You Can Use Mentos’ Minty Emoji To Show How You Really Feel5 Things You’ll Learn In Ideo’s New Online Innovation ClassTwitter’s Influence Problem, Visualized#RaceTogether: Starbucks Encourages Baristas To Talk About Race With CustomersDropbox Debuts File Commenting, Rolls Out “Badge” For Collaborating On Microsoft DocsBradford Shellhammer’s New Company, Bezar, Launches TodayWhat Happens When The World’s Biggest Solar Nation Gets Hit With A Solar Eclipse?Your 2-Minute New Music Roundup, Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Grimes, SXSWA New Kind Of 3-D Printer, Inspired By Terminator 2, Works Up To 100X Faster Than Today’s Tech6 Ways Technology Is Breaking Barriers To Social ChangeHere Is An Open Office Any Employee Would LoveWhy BuzzFeed Is Following Its Audience Into The StreamEthan Hawke Looks At Mentors, The True Nature Of Career Success In “Seymour: An Introduction”“Interstellar”-Themed Time Capsule Captures A Crowdsourced Picture Of Life On EarthHow The CEO Of Yo Gabba Gabba! Producer Wildbrain Ended Up At The State DepartmentThe Revolution Will Take Some HelpWhat Are Pamela Love, Brit Fitzpatrick, and Jason Wilson Loving This Month?Clothes Make The Man, But The Web Makes The ClothesThe Biggest Business Comebacks Of The Past 20 YearsLED Lights Are The Future Of Urban Farming—At Least If Philips Has Anything To Say About ItIntel’s Carolyn Duran Has A New Way of Avoiding Conflict At WorkStealth Doctors: Tiny Machines Inside Your BodyA Modest Proposal For Saving America’s CitiesStill Rioting After All These Years: “Alien She” Spotlights A ’90s Movement That’s Still Influencing Women Today5 Fake-Productive Things You’re Doing That Are A Waste Of TimeThe Gender Wage Gap Is Much More Complex Than We ThoughtThe Art Of Building And Maintaining Authentic RelationshipsWhat It Takes To Be A Good Mentee6 Ways To Cut The Amount Of Time You Spend On EmailCould Changing Our Definition Of Confidence Help More Women Succeed?The Steve Jobs You Didn’t Know: Kind, Patient, And HumanHow To Recognize And Manage Different Work Styles4 Business Decision-Making Mistakes Are Holding You BackWill This Mysterious, Magical Tea Make Coffee Lovers Change Habits?SXSW Is Dead, And Marketing Overload Killed ItAdobe Gives Acrobat The Cloud TreatmentThese Giant Bomb-Sniffing Rats Could Save Your Life One DayWatch A Special Proposal For World Down Syndrome DayWill Ferrell And Kevin Hart’s Failed Auditions May Surprise (And Delight) YouMeet Gloria, The Chicken That Will Decide The Fate Of Burger King’s Chicken FriesYouTube Courts Creators With Google Now-Style CardsYou Can Watch Tommy Wiseau’s Bonkers New Show In Whatever Room You’re In Right NowWill This Dyson-Backed Startup Double The Life Of Your Phone Battery?Probiotics Could Soon Let You Know If You Have Cancer–From The Color Of Your Pee“The Lean Startup” Author Eric Ries Is Crowdsourcing His Next Book Via KickstarterYour Company Could Suck: Brands Brace For “Dot Sucks” Domain TrollsHere’s How Humanity Completely Wiped Out A Deadly Disease From The PlanetIn Much Of The World, Solar Power Is Already As Cheap As Grid ElectricityBoxing Cats Take On Toy Mice And Everything Else In New Temptations SpotPolice Departments Are Buying Cell Data-Scooping Tech They Can’t Talk AboutSenate Asks Facebook, Google To Send User Information Without A WarrantUber Investor Bill Gurley: “There Is No Fear In Silicon Valley Right Now”YouTube Steps Up Its Artist Promotion GameThe Recommender: Rob Brunner, World TravelerSee The Most Famous Photos Ever, Meticulously Recreated Using Miniature ModelsHow The Sharing Economy Could Help The Poorest Among UsBreastfeeding In, Revenge Porn Out: Facebook Redefines Its Content Banning Policies“Killed Them All, Of Course”: The Jaw-Dropping Finale of HBO’s “The Jinx”Thinking Of A Major Career Change? Read This Memoir FirstWalmart Launches A Logo To Promote Women-Owned BusinessesYahoo Mail Debuts New End-To-End Encryption Plug-in9 Beautiful Illustrations Explain The Coming Food CrisisInside The Satellite Detective Agencies That Catch The Companies Destroying The Planet–From SpaceWant More Female Uber Drivers? Here’s How To Make It HappenThis Is What You’ll Be Eating In 2020Mad Men’s Producer And Ad Advisor On How To Seduce Strangers–And Sell StuffThe Evolution Of Steve JobsHow Film Students Turned A Heartbreaking Family Issue Into A Life-Sized Oscar-Nominated AnimationWelcome To The New World Of Super-Low Oil PricesPhysical Objects Are About To Become As Programmable As A ComputerSilicon Valley Meets America’s Salad Bowl To Create The Farm Of The FutureDon’t Relax: Uncomfortability Is The New ConveniencePlease Silence Your Cell Phone, Or We’ll Silence It For YouYou’re The Doctor Now, And Your Office Is In Your HouseYou’ll Wear Lab-Grown Leather Before You Eat A Lab-Grown BurgerThe Perfect Urban Bike Is Just Around The CornerNow That We Can Geoengineer The Planet, What If Someone Decides To Actually Do It?You Don’t Need An Energy Company When You Can Buy Power From Your FriendsA Universal Basic Income Is The Bipartisan Solution To Poverty We’ve Been Waiting ForPeaceful Protest—Slow And Steady—Is Winning The Race To Create ChangeCan Treating Low-Wage Workers Well Become The Hot New Business Strategy?The World Changing Ideas Of 2015Meet The Woman Inspiring Thousands Of American Latina Entrepreneurs5 Common Fears That Are Paralyzing Your Professional GrowthHow To Delegate So Work Doesn’t Come Back to You5 Steps To Becoming An Amazing MentorOne Of The Most Important Strategies For Changing Your HabitsMy Painful (And Sometimes Fun) Month Of NetworkingHow A Complete Flop Became The Most Popular Play In AmericaNew NYC Program Aims To Create 5,000 Women Entrepreneurs From Low-Income NeighborhoodsMansueto Ventures is Hiring A Digital Analytics and Yield Management ProfessionalAlex Garland Film Ex Machina Sets A Tinder Trap At SXSWRevealed: The Greatest Moment In Geek HistoryLowe’s DIY Success Can Give You Completely Unrealistic Confidence For Any ChallengeWatch This Woman Interrupt Ryan Gosling At South By Southwest To Propose To Her GirlfriendTwitter Only Gave Meerkat 2 Hours’ Notice Before Cutting Access To The Social GraphPrincess Reema Launches Historic Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign For Saudi WomenHBO and “Game Of Thrones” Return To Austin With SXSWesterosHow Much Do You Know About SXSW?Jay Z Just Bought A Spotify Competitor#OfficeThrowdown: Tumblr Versus Quirky!As Snapchat Explodes, Another Executive FleesApple Rumor Tracking: Who Was Right? Who Was Not-So-Right?These Invisibility Glasses Protect You From Facial Recognition SoftwareUsing Gamification To Get Sick Kids Excited About Their TreatmentMicrosoft’s Siri Competitor, Cortana, Headed To iOS And AndroidThe Cast Of “Orange Is The New Black,” Assisted By Vine Stars, Just Made Your New Favorite SongWhat To See And Do This Weekend At The Fast Company Grill In AustinCan AB InBev Seduce Millennials With A New Tequila-Infused Beer?Star Wars, Ada Lovelace, DNA, Or The Internet: The Geek Debate ContinuesGoogle Apps Bug Leaks 280,000 Users’ Domain Data [Updated]The Recommender: SXSW Interactive 2015 Edition!Save The Mice! We Can Do Experiments On This Virtual Mouse InsteadSee How 50,000 Species Evolved With This Beautiful, Swirling TimelineKevin Bacon Doesn’t Like Puns, But He Is In This Eggs Commercial6 Downloadable Food Machines For The Urban Homesteader To Make On Their OwnThe Founder Of Umami Burger Explains (Sort Of) His Baffling New Project: “Negate A For A, Negate D For D; Affirm A For D, Affirm D For A”Scifi Meets Home Improvement In This New Interactive Dulux AdFast Company’s April Issue Reveals Steve Jobs’s Real LegacyZoolander Hits The Runway, House Of Cards Goes Native: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekFree App Friday: Five Unique Ways To Use Your ChromecastTake A World Tour Of The Endless Struggle Between Bikes And CarsHere Comes The Whole Foods-ification Of MarijuanaThis Incredible Oklahoma Building Design Looks Like A TornadoHow The Wrecking Crew Pioneered Rock and Roll From Behind The Scenes“The Wonder List With Bill Weir” Takes Us To The World’s Most Amazing Places–Before We Destroy ThemWhy Distancing Yourself From Your Work Can Make You A Better LeaderFrom The Future Of Education To The Highs And Lows Of Networking: The Most Popular Stories In Leadership This WeekThe 5 Things That Separate True Leaders From ManagersThe Many Ways Open Offices Sap Our ProductivityWhat High-Profile Working Fathers Leaving Their Jobs Means For The Rest Of UsHow New Bosses Can Lead Without Experience7 Steps To Finally Meeting Your GoalsTake The Fast Company News Quiz