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Apple Removes Civil War Game From App Store Amid Confederate Flag Controversy [Updated]Virgin Galactic Takes a Big Step Toward Space-Based InternetYou Say You Want a Business Adventure?Hands On With Amazon’s Echo Speaker: Hey, This Thing Is Remarkably SmartDetroit Wants To Arrest Shepard FaireyAbraham Lincoln (And Tillamook) Says American Cheese Is Un-AmericanAnatomy Of A Cannes Contender: How Funny Or Die Got President Obama “Between Two Ferns”Light Affects Your Brain Like A Drug: These Gadgets Make It A Drug That Lets You Sleep BetterWatch Endless GIFs All Day With Tumblr TVWatch Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bundick Design And Screen Print A T-ShirtThese Quiet Wind Turbine Blades Copy The Wings Of An Owl As It Descends On Its PreyT-Mobile’s New Strategy: Upgrade Your Phone Three Times A YearWindows 10 Goes Full Sad Nerd With Its New WallpaperIt’s Insane How Many Disney Princesses Actually Have Eyes Bigger Than Their StomachsTerminix Mocks The Mockbusters With ‘Mosquitonado’ Parody TrailerHow Tesla’s Commercial Batteries Have Changed The Future…For Winemakers?Uber Protest in Paris: French Cabbies Blockade Roads, Assault DriversFrom Pentagram, An Illustrated Guide To London’s Wildest ArchitectureSpoiler Alert! 9 Movie Posters That Spoil The Endings Of Hollywood BlockbustersDollar Beard Club Spoofs Dollar Shave Club, Disappears Down Advertising Rabbit HoleHow Intel’s Ayse Ildeniz Got Fashion Designers And Engineers To Play NiceMeet The Savvy Businessman Behind The Grateful Dead’s Final ShowsYou’ve Never Heard “Let’s Get It On” Until You Hear a Giraffe Belt It OutSee London Through The Eyes Of A “Hallucinartist”The Citizens Of The Netherlands Sued The Government To Make It Cut Emissions–And WonChevy Makes The Millennial ‘We Are The World’ With YouTube Stars And EmojiSee Everyday Items Transform Into Your Favorite SuperheroesWatch These Micro-Robots Burrow Through The Body And Deliver Life-Saving DrugsHow Many Americans Police Kill Every YearAmerica’s Lost Roadside Attractions, Seen Through PostcardsHow To Brew A Drought-Friendly Bottle Of BudWhile We’re Doing The Flags, Here Are Some Other Confederate Things We Should Get Rid OfCraft And Storytelling Dominate The 14 Films In The 2015 Saatchi New Directors ShowcaseDesigners Pay Tribute To Massimo Vignelli With 53 Original PostersAre Your Wearables Invading Someone’s Privacy?35 Books Every Designer Should ReadAdvice from Historical Figures…On Dating a Co-WorkerThe U.S. Cities Where Creative Jobs Are ThrivingAnatomy Of A Cannes Contender: GE’s Tim & Eric-Enhanced Informercial, “Enhance Your Lighting”Why Isn’t Having More Women In Leadership Budging The Gender Wage Gap?5 Habits Of People Who Always Get PromotedHow Leaders Can Ask For Help And Keep Their Team’s ConfidenceHow To Respond To Hostile Questions At WorkShould I Let An Employer Do A Background Check Before An Interview?Six Embarrassing Job Interview StoriesWhat Burning Out Taught Me About Prioritizing My WorkMTV International Turns The Lens On Its Audience With New “I Am My MTV” RebrandPalantir Valuation Soars To $20 BillionPeriscope Now Allows You To Watch Web Replays Of Live StreamsLexus Goes Back To The Future With A Real Hoverboard PrototypeApple’s Latest iOS Update Is Bad News For AdvertisersHillary Clinton’s Newest Campaign Ad Stars Gay Couples Getting MarriedUnder Armour’s “I Will What I Want” Wins Cyber Grand Prix At CannesVolvo Life Paint Rides To A Design Lions Grand Prix Win At CannesToyota’s Horrendous-Glorious 1970s Station Wagon That Never WasThis App Keeps Your Phone From Connecting To The Internet Willy-NillyToday in Tabs: Another Day on the Content FarmWhat The Starbucks Race Together Campaign Actually Got RightThe Truth About “Manspreading” Will Shock You!Watch This Scuba Diver Take An Amazing Underwater 3-D Scan Of A Coral ReefNews App Circa Goes On “Indefinite Hiatus”With Over 1 Million Users, Slack Now Aims To Get A Lot More UsefulSee Inside The Human Heart Like Never BeforeUpdated: Google Executive Dies In Accident At Cannes Lions FestivalWatch Jon Stewart Power Through 16 years of “The Daily Show” In a 2-minute TimelapseTop Chef Challenge: Make Food For The MassesHow Do You Become The World’s Best Taxidermist?Apple Music Secures Support Of Major Indie LabelsHow Data Science Shaped This Teen-Counseling-By-Text ServiceBeverly Hills Wants To Build A Water-Laden Fortress During One Of The Worst Droughts In HistoryRemember, There Are Only Two Kinds Of PeopleNewcastle Reassures Drinkers They’re Not Idiots In Sweary New AdThe Next Generation Of Ad Creativity: See The Winners Of The Future LionsHow Jay Leno And Mario Andretti Helped Shell Launch Its New Gasoline BrandVery Literal Tube Radio Riffs On A Classic London Underground Map25 Years, 25 Directors: Saatchi Marks A Quarter Century Of Its New Directors ShowcaseRoost’s Smart Battery Aims to be A Nest AlternativeStand Aside Ikea, This Software Can Design Furniture With No ScrewsStress At Work Is What’s Killing The HoneybeesYou Can See Right Through This Truck, Thanks To The Video Screen In The BackA Coming Of Age Story About A Boy And His Dog That, Yes, Might Make You CryHow To Turn Off Gmail’s Sucky Hangouts And Get The Old ChatWhy We Shouldn’t Fall In Love With Our iPhones2016’s Presidential Hopefuls Rebranded As Black Metal BandsAirbnb Celebrates Pride With A New Short Film About The Travel Challenges Gay Couples FaceWhat Emotion-Reading Computers Are Learning About UsSilicon Valley’s Gender Balance Woes Start Before People Are Even HiredMeet The Children Who Live In Ghana’s Hellish Digital DumpHow The Makers Of “Mr. Robot” Cracked The Code Of A Realistic Hacker DramaAnatomy Of A Cannes Contender: How “Like A Girl” Was Flipped, And Turned Into A Viral SensationHow Two Shake Shack Executives Talked Their Way Into Their Dream JobsHow Do I Make A Career Change After 15 Years In The Same Job?New Platform Helps Women Entrepreneurs Master The Art Of The PitchHow To Make Walking Meetings WorkHow To Master The Opposing Sides Of Your BrainHow A Pasta Sauce, “The Amazing Race,” And A Great Story Are Saving Small FarmsWhen It Makes Sense To Be A More Authoritative LeaderAre Flexible Schedules The Secret To Beating Summer’s Productivity Slump?Why Building Mystery Can Help Your BusinessSEC Investigates Hackers Suspected Of Stealing Corporate EmailsTaylor Swift: Music Industry Savior Or Hypocrite?Japanese Paper-Cutting Is The Future Of Flexible, Bendable GadgetsHulu Has Broken The Fourth Wall For You To Poke Around Seinfeld’s ApartmentSome Hero Strapped a GoPro To His Head And Saved a Dog From a Burning BuildingGoogle’s New Urban Innovation Incubator Just Made Its First Investment, To Bring Public Wi-Fi To CitiesEbay Bans Confederate Flag Sales [Updated]Google’s Best Gmail Invention Finally Goes Live For EveryoneApple’s “World Gallery” Campaign Wins Outdoor Lions Grand Prix At CannesJay Z’s Tidal Loses Second CEO In Six MonthsWatch The Life, Death, And Rebirth Of An iPhone From The Phone’s POVNow You’ll (Almost) Never Regret Sending An Email AgainIt Takes A Village On Its Best Behavior To Raise A Child In This New Pampers AdProtesters Are Painting Over Confederate Statues With The Words “Black Lives Matter”Today in Tabs: How To Read InternetInstagram’s All-New Search & Explore Features Will Change How You Use InstagramDesign Students Revisit A Le Corbusier MasterpieceDo The Simple Thing First: The Engineering Behind InstagramWinning Design Revealed For The Guggenheim’s Helsinki OutpostThis Is The Most Realistic CGI Skin We’ve Ever SeenAre These The Best Ideas In Gaming?The Next Mass Extinction Is UnderwayDoes The Landline Telephone Need An Heir In The Modern Age?Uber’s Big Round Of Chinese Funding Could Signal IPOAll Wedding Dreams Are Equal In This Adorable New Short Film From EsuranceThese Gorgeous Necklaces Grow Like FlowersThis Computer Vision Company Is Tracking All The People Moving Through CitiesNow You Can Buy Amazon’s Artificially Intelligent Robot SpeakersThe Canadian Olympic Committee Celebrates Pride Month As “One Team” In New PSASpy Games: Parrot’s New Mini Drones Skim Over water, Fly at Night, and Carry CargoA First Look At The New Captain Marvel, Written By “Agent Carter” ShowrunnersThe Beauty Of Blood: A Spin Through Europe’s Largest Blood FactoryThis Gates-Funded Toilet Of The Future Is Built So Anyone Can Repair ItVisualizing The Color Palettes Of The Web’s Most Beautiful WebsitesHow Building Information Modeling Saved One University $10 MillionWhy We Love Objects With Moving Parts27 Apps Designers Can’t Live WithoutHow “Dope” Director Rick Famuyiwa Made a Crowd-Pleasing Hit By Getting Personal–And Getting Geeky5 Ways Cities Can Become More Active (And No, You Won’t Have To Walk Everywhere)How Cannes’ Marketer Of The Year Codifies CreativityMeet Freddy Ehlers, Ecuador’s Minister Of Good Living (Yes, This Is A Real Job)Natasha Leggero And Riki Lindhome On Creating Their Own Period-Reality Show, And Why Corsets Aren’t FunnyShake Shack’s French Fry Debacle, And How It Recovered From Its Biggest MistakeThe Superproductive, Hypercreative Force Behind A New Film About Hip-Hop And FashionDancing Raccoons, Fail Videos, And Billy Joel: Why Radio Stations Lust For Facebook MemesHow “Mr. Robot” Hacked Hacker CultureThese Are The Top Jobs For College Graduates In 2015The Best Time Of Day To Do Everything At WorkHow Busy People Make Time To Think4 Strategies For Clearly Communicating ExpectationsHow NASA Broke The Gender Barrier In STEM7 Crucial Elements To Transform An Idea Into A Global MovementHow To Own A RoomInstacart Promotes Some Contract Workers To Part-Time EmployeesDump Truck Cereal Bowls, And Other Surreal Photo Mashups That Will Mess With Your HeadIBM Teams Up With The Weather Company For Emergency TechDollar Shave Club Is Now Worth $615 MillionToday in Tabs: Zombies of the ConfederacyBeyond The N-Word: The Best Of President Obama’s Interview On Marc Maron’s WTF PodcastGoogle Creates News Lab To Empower JournalistsGoogle’s Robot Artists Prove Androids Actually Dream Of Electric DogsNike Uses Full-Page Print Ad To Remind Cleveland It Didn’t Get A Hollywood EndingThis Low-Cost Irrigation App Could Help California Farmers Save A Truly Incredible Amount Of WaterWhat Managers Can Learn From Nasty Gal’s Pregnancy Discrimination LawsuitMcDonald’s Made Drive-Thru Packaging For BikesWhy Google Maps Shouldn’t Forget About SmellVirtual Reality Is Finally Growing UpWe Finally Got A Taco Emoji. Why Do We Hate It?Some Hero Strapped a GoPro to a Motorcycle Paramedic And, Well, Let’s Hope We Don’t Get SickYes, The Serpentine Pavilion Still Looks Like Rainbow Poop7 Years In The Making, This Documentary Reveals The Untold Stories Of High-Rise BuildingsThis Ad Agency Used A Cannes Lions Awards Entry As A Cheeky Recruiting Pitch To JudgesApple Finally Agrees To Pay Royalties; Taylor Finally Gives Them “1989” [Updated]Maybe “Billionaire” Should Mean Helping A Billion People Instead Of Making A Billion DollarsThe Best And The Worst Companies For Protecting User DataMeet Eric Alt, Diana Budds, Meg Miller, and Michael Benin – Fast Company’s Newest TalentSamsung’s “Safety Truck” Uses Video Technology To Tell Drivers When It’s Safe To PassWhat 10 Dieter Rams Products Reveal About The Principles Of Good DesignInside The Campy, Colorful World Of Rocky Horror Picture Show FandomThe Most Annoying Productivity Tool Ever Overloads Your Browser With TabsWhy Offices Full Of Ping-Pong Tables And Video Games Might Be Onto SomethingHow One Jazz-Age-Obsessed Man Transformed His Passion Into A Spectacular, Moneymaking PartyHyatt’s Global Marketing Head On How To Embrace RiskDowntown Dublin Is Getting Rid Of CarsHow John Bell Designed The Future, And The HoverboardPhotos From The Future Show The Distressing Potential Story Of An American RiverThis Smartphone Is Made From Fairly Mined Minerals, And It’s Designed To Last Longer Than Your ContractTV Wars: Inside Roku’s Plan To Beat Apple, Amazon, And GoogleAnatomy Of A Cannes Contender: Behind The Coolest Car Ad Of The Year, Honda’s “The Other Side”Anatomy Of A Cannes Contender: How A Poster Was Made Into A Cancer-Detection ToolHow Shake Shack Leads The Better Burger RevolutionHail To The Geek!You’re Using The Internet Wrong: Here’s How To Finally Eliminate Digital DistractionsIs There A Small-Talk Gender Gap?The Case Against OutsourcingAre My Coworkers Intentionally Sabotaging Me?Why You Should Let Employees Work On Passion Projects On The ClockThe Three Most Common Fears About Delegation: DebunkedWhy Emotionally Intelligent People Are More SuccessfulHands On With Sync 3: Ford Gets Its Connected-Car Mojo BackThe Recommender: Daniel Salo, Who Totally Shreds!This Publishing Startup Wants To Crowdfund Books For Indie BookstoresUnraveling the Story Behind E3’s Emotional Surprise HitGoogle To Exclude Revenge Porn From Search ResultsWhy Apple Shifted Music From Download Dominance To Streaming SamenessNow You Can Go Shopping On TwitterThis Undulating Cabinet Is Like Joy Division’s Album Cover Come To LifeToday in Tabs Quiz: The Flagrantly Unfair EditionWhy Facebook’s New Photo App Won’t Be Available In EuropeThe Pregnancy Test Of The Future Is Flushable, Private, And SustainableSee Every NFL Team Logo Politely Re-Imagined Canadian-StyleThe Ultimate ’90s Playlist, Inspired By The Movie “Dope”From Anderson To Tarkovsky, Here Are What The Imaginary Houses Of Famous Film Directors Look LikeThese Filmmakers Were The First To Ever Live Inside A Refugee CampWhat Would Arianna Do?Grow A Full-Size Garden In Your Dark, Dingy Apartment With This Smart FarmYour Definitive Guide To How “Orange Is The New Black” Inmates Landed In The SlammerTravel App Spot Wants To Curate Your Next VacationCan You Find The Corporate Logos Hiding In These Faces?Make Your Day As Productive As Possible With These Tips From History’s Most Productive PeopleTwitter’s Biggest UX Problem: Who The Hell Is It Designed For?Burry Man Meet Straw Bear: The Delightfully Bizarre Costumes Of British Folklore FestivalsThis Is How Marvel Congratulated “Jurassic World” For Chomping Its Box Office RecordNot Just A Pharmacy: CVS Unveils Its Digital Innovation LabMini Makes A Case For Gut-Feel In New Short Film SeriesNo, You Won’t Be Listening To Taylor Swift’s “1989” On Apple MusicWhen Poachers Go To Kill An Elephant, These AI-Powered Drones Are Already There To Help Stop ThemThe Director Of “The Overnight” On Using Horror Techniques In A Comedy And Taking Advantage Of Jason SchwartzmanWhat If “Star Wars” Pilots Fought Battles Over Earth?How DuckDuckGo Rode A Wave Of Post-Snowden Anxiety To Massive GrowthA Woman Is Set to Replace Alexander Hamilton On The $10 Bill In 2020–Who Should It Be?How Jonathan Olivares Is Bringing Architectural Manufacturing To The Furniture IndustryTake The Fast Company News QuizThe International Monetary Fund Says Trickle-Down Economics Don’t WorkCould Creating A New Class Of Worker Solve The Sharing Economy’s Labor Problems?The Humble Candlestick Reinvented 25 Different WaysHow Architect David Adjaye Explores Design At A Human ScaleThe Humans Who Dream Of Companies That Won’t Need UsWhy A Smarter Twitter Would Look A Lot Like Google, Facebook, And AppleCan We Design Trust Between Humans and Artificial Intelligence?8 Movie Robots That Would Fail The DARPA ChallengeHow Former Googler Michelle Lee Plans To Supercharge The U.S. Patent OfficeSix Months Inside A Coliving House, Silicon Valley’s Answer To Urban Housing ProblemsGeneral Assembly Cofounder’s Next Startup Is A Coliving CompanyHow The NHL Scored Big With #MyPlayoffsMoment Social CampaignBrands Hug It Out For Father’s Day: The Top 5 Ads Of The Week5 Free Apps For Putting All Your Services In One PlaceThese Are The 20 Best Cities For Biking In The World, And A U.S. City Actually Made The ListHow One Couple Kept Their Business Going When Their Marriage EndedAt The “Intersection Of Design And Destruction,” ABC Reignites “BattleBots” With Creative CombatWhy Sharing Your Progress Makes You More Likely To Accomplish Your GoalsHow You May Be Unconsciously Shaping Your Child’s Career ChoicesFrom Starbucks to Sweatworking: The Most Popular Leadership Stories This WeekFive Lies You’re Telling Yourself About Your Communication StyleHow I Created My Own Version Of “Having It All”“Mockingjay” Foments Revolution Against Panem In 18 Countries With New Billboards