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Google I/O 2015 Is All About Making Peace With The PresentIs Your Lack Of Sleep Destroying Your Memories?Meet The Laziest, Most Genius Dad In The WorldSilk Road Coupon Counterfeiters BustedRobo-Mouse: Disney’s New Robots Walk Like Cartoon CharactersThe Official Trailer For Trevor Noah’s “Daily Show” Is HereWhoever Bought This $90K Richard Prince Instagram Print Is About To Be PissedToday in Tabs: The Good, The Bad, The Fake Diet ScienceHey Kids, Google Wants You To Go On Cardboard-Powered, Virtual-Reality Field Trips5 Things Google Figured Out In Android Wear’s First YearA Postman Bonds With An Adorable Piglet In This Vodafone SpotBuy Your Way Out Of Your Carbon Footprint With A Credit Card That Saves Trees With Every PurchaseWith Android M, Google Makes Your Phone More Like The WebAt I/O, Google Reveals Project Brillo And Weave To Power Internet Of Things DevicesWhy EA Sports Decided To Finally Include Women In Its New FIFA 16 GameAndroid Pay Now Lets You Buy Things With Your FingerprintGoogle’s Newfangled Inbox Email App Opens To Everybody, Unveils New FeaturesGoogle Launching Unlimited Storage Mobile ServiceWhat The World Would Be Like If Men Menstruated According To A New PSALive Stream: Google’s I/O KeynoteEric Roberts Turns Weird Hair-Obsessed Therapist In New Kerastase SpotsThis Is Yahoo’s Preposterous Excuse For Spying On EmailsIn Britain, The Government Is Paying Nonprofits To Find Innovative Ways To Reduce The Cost Of Health CareHow A Small Dutch Town Made Fake Bridges On The Euro RealToday At 1:30 P.M. ET, You Can Tour The British Museum On PeriscopeFontstand Could Become The Netflix Of FontsThe Countries That Have The Most Resilient Supply ChainsThis Alaska Startup Is Making Nice Luxury Items From Stinky Seafood ByproductsWhy This Clunky Zack Morris Phone Is Taking Over GhanaThe Latest Weapon In Defusing Bombs Is 3-D PrintedWhy White Space Is Crucial To UX DesignWhat’s Next For Apple Design, From The Guy Who Hired Jonathan Ive4 Companies Leading The Next Wave Of Profit With PurposeFor A Summery Snack, Eat Urban Air Pollution In The Form Of A Fluffy Meringue Dessert7 Questions For Comedy Writer Megan Amram On Keeping Her Wit SharpA Founder Is A Staff Of One: How To Delegate To YourselfHow Pedigree Turned Doing Good For Dogs Into Good Marketing For Dog FoodThis Awful-Sounding Startup Helps People Turn Their Windows Into AdsA Former CIA Executive’s Advice On How To Make Hard DecisionsHow To Make Any Job More MeaningfulThe Tricky (And Necessary) Business Of Being A Male Advocate For Gender Equality4 Reasons To Consider A Career In NonProfitsThe Real Reason You Have Such A Terrible Memory15 Things You Should Never Say to a Woman Who Just Came Back From Maternity LeaveMcDonald’s Tricked People Into Eating Its New Salads With A Healthy Pop-UpDrone OS Developer Airware Launches New Fund For Commercial DronesThis Ad’s Unedited Look At Child Rearing Will Trigger Flashbacks–And Hugs–In ParentsWe’re Doomed: Robots Can Now Learn To Adapt To InjuriesFacebook To Users: Here’s How To Avoid Getting HackedHow Ordering A Pizza In L.A. Is Helping Students in Brazil Learn EnglishIs BuzzFeed Planning An IPO?Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Will Get Their Own Action Figures At San Diego Comic-ConGoogle Glass 2, Anyone? What’s Really Worth Your Time At Google I/OThis Automatic Parachute Keeps Your Drone From Crashing And BurningIs Some Autocratic Regime Blocking Your Twitter? 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The Evolution Of The Brand In 3 MinutesHow Can I Get A Good Job With No Experience?Restaurant Reviews Now Appear In Facebook SearchWhy You Can Never Follow Through5 Ways To Make Your Staff Meetings More EngagingWhat New College Graduates Wish You Would Say About Finding A JobThe Hidden Benefits Of DaydreamingWatch Artists Distort The Facts, Beautifully, In This Thoughtful Campaign About News CredibilityWant To Know How Many People Are Working? Cell-Phone Data Will Tell You Way Before The Jobs ReportTaco Bell Goes Anti-Social, Doesn’t Want You To Share Its New Nachos, Or This AdNashville & Los Angeles Uncovered: Evan Lowenstein’s PicksGoogle Has A $20 Million Plan To Beat Disabilities Around The WorldHello, (43% Of The) World: The Internet Now Reaches 3.2 Billion PeopleOreo Is Promoting Its New S’mores Flavor With Bizarre Cartoon Ads, As If It Needed ToIntroducing The New CiaraToday in Tabs: Revenge of the Snake PeopleThe Recommender: Bryan Neilon, Lover Of Ridiculous Things And Also BicyclesBye, Bye Dentures: One Day, When You Need A New Tooth, You’ll Grow It In A LabThis Startup Pays African Students To Learn How To CodeTech News Site Gigaom Will Relaunch This SummerRide The Fury Road Yourself In The Savage New Trailer For The Mad Max Video GameTaco Bell And Pizza Hut Are Ditching Artificial Ingredients To Distract You From The Real IssuesMicrosoft’s Cortana Coming To iPhone And Android This SummerThese Brand-Busting “Anti-Logos” Position World Cup Sponsors As Proud Supporters Of Human Rights AbusesThese Incredibly Thin, Simple Headphones Don’t Use Any WiresCan We Turn Around America’s Distressed Cities With Venture Capital And 401K Plans?How Roland Joffé Captured Those Glorious Landscapes And Epic Battles In “Texas Rising”See Do-Ho Suh’s Fabric Houses In A Mesmerizing Short FilmStudents Transform Italian Furniture Scraps Into Stylish AccessoriesGoogle’s Hiroshi Lockheimer On The Present And Future Of Android And Chrome OSOld Coffee Grounds Turned Into Mugs (For Drinking More Coffee, Of Course)Android For Your Car’s Dashboard Is Now Available In The Hyundai SonataBeat The Drought: The Walls Of This Subterranean House Save Water For YouCo.Exist Is Looking For An Assistant EditorNew York’s New Solar-Powered Food Carts Are Cool–But Wait Until They Run On Food WasteHow A Traditional Union Is Adapting To A New Labor Era: By Helping All Low-Wage WorkersJony Ive Is Apple’s First Chief Design OfficerTwitter Launches Periscope Live-Streaming For AndroidShould You Buy A Tesla Battery?Want To Make Better Products? Start By Trusting Your ClientHow To Make A 1-Ton Fishnet Fly5 Steps To Re-create Xerox PARC’s Design Magic (From The Guy Who Helped Make It)Here’s What Bill Gates Thinks You Should Read This SummerHow ClassPass Builds Its Mission Into Its CultureHow The Most Creative People In Business Generate New IdeasCan Earnest Convince Graduating Millennials To Talk About (Gulp) Their Finances?A Radical Experiment In Work/Life Balance: The 7-Day UnplugCastrol Edge Makes Motor Oil Memorable With An Industry-First Combo Of VR and Real RacingThese Photos Tackle An Uncomfortable Question: What If There Are Just Too Many People On Earth?Where Creativity Lives: Take A Look Inside The Homes Of Top Creatives From Around The WorldDo You Have The Right Personality To Work From Home?The $6.5 Billion, 20-Year Plan To Transform An American CityA Serial Entrepreneur’s Hard-Earned Lesson In Taking RisksUnexpected Lessons From Making Your To-Do List Public3 Different Questions, 1 Answer: Your Manager Sucks And It Isn’t Going To Change3 Things I Learned From The Worst Job Ever7 Habits Of Highly Influential PeopleWhat I Wish I Would Have Been Told At My College CommencementBack To The Future’s Doc Brown Returns For The New Lego Dimensions GameWhat Happens When You Put A Sex Therapist, A Conservationist, And A Millennial Entrepreneur On A Boat?These Millennial Innovators Are Riding The Rails Across AmericaAfter The Fracas Over Hello Barbie, ToyTalk Responds To Its CriticsMicrosoft’s OneClip: Copying And Pasting For Our Modern, Cloudy, Multi-Device WorldSnapchat Is Hiring Journalists To Cover The 2016 ElectionSee Coldplay And The Cast Of “Game Of Thrones” Prep “Game Of Thrones: The Musical” To Promote Red Nose DayAmerican Companies Are One Step Closer To Claiming Asteroid TreasureToday in Tabs Quiz: Fly, You Fools!This Gadget Washes Your Car With Less Water Than You Probably Use To Brush Your TeethSee What Times Square And Wall Street Looked Like 100 Years AgoIncredible Aerial Photos Of Cruise Ships Look Like Alien Space YachtsHow MAD Architects Is Draping This Roof Like FabricStella Artois Wants You To Host A Summer Party Like John LegendLook Closely To See The Critical Moment As VW Tracks A Girl’s Life From Infant To AdultA New Material Could Make Storing Our Carbon A Viable Way To Stave Off Global WarmingEveryone Wants Health Tips From Their Phone, And The Market Is BoomingFor Just $12, These Shoes Will Grow With Your KidTake The Fast Company News QuizSend Friends Drawings Of Their Spirit Animals With These Adorable Postcards5 Free Apps That Feel Like The Future Of WorkTurn Your Sketch Into A Walking Or Jogging Route With A Fun New AppHere’s How You Can Put Your Instagram Skills To Use For A Cause You Care AboutThe Next Big Thing In Algorithm-Driven Recommendation Services? 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