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News Corp Sells EdTech Subsidiary AmplifyA First-Time Director Weighs In On His Horror Movie “The Forest” As The Trailer DropsAmazon To Ban Sales of Apple TV And Google ChromecastSan Francisco Giant Star Buster Posey On Why A Failure Isn’t Always A FailureAward-winning chef, restaurateur, and author Seamus Mullen on working with passion—and inspiring colleagues in the process.Instagram Star Murad Osmann Says “Follow Me To” Beringer VineyardsToday in Tabs: Tyrangiel of Rohan Departs For The RiddermarkCalifornia Has No Water, So It Might Be Time To Start Farming CactusOrganic Farm Sales Are Booming–And No Prizes For Guessing Which State Is Booming The MostThis Is How We Watch Porn On Our Phones, According To PornhubIBM Says Its Carbon-Nanotube-Based Chips Can Break Through Limits of Moore’s LawStudioKCA Designs A Comet For NASAAmerican Airlines Lets Passengers Track Checked Bags In Real TimeThe New Magic Front PageJonathan Glazer Directs Wild And Wonderful Rebrand For Channel 4If Your Favorite Movie Characters Had Side Jobs, It Might Look Like ThisWhy iPads And Chromebooks Won’t Save the ClassroomDove Tells Teen Girls That The Grass Is Always Greener In A New Campaign3 Unsung, Pre-Memphis Designs From Ettore SottsassWe Took Lil Jon’s New App Vext, And Turned It Into A Banging Club TrackWhy Presidential Candidates Are Starting To Pay Attention To The Gig EconomyDon’t Call It The “Uber Economy” Just YetYour New Credit Card Security Measure Is…A Selfie?How To Turn Crunk King Lil Jon’s New App Vext Into A Hot Track“Gigi Does It” Creator David Krumholtz Channeled His Inner Grandma And Found HimselfWhy Nest Wants Weave To Be The Language Of Your Connected HomeWhy Everything Brands Say About Gen Z Is WrongAfter Shell Pulls Out Of The Arctic, Here’s What’s Next For Anti-Drilling ActivistsThis Twee Eyewear Company Goes Full Wes Anderson In Its New AdThese Russian Scientists Are On A Quest To Extend Human LifeHow To Succeed In ShondaLandAn Oral History Of Stella, By Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter And David WainAnimated Heat Maps Reveal The Loudest NeighborhoodsSagmeister & Walsh Bring Roy Lichtenstein To LifeVW’s Fraud Reveals A Troubling Future: Our Machines Can Now LieThis Tiny Countertop Dishwasher Uses A Tiny Bit Of Water–And No ElectricityGender Equality Could Unlock Trillions Of Dollars Of Economic GrowthThis Wearable Keyboard Makes You Move If You Want To Write An EmailReinventing Medical SchoolHow To Teach Your Kids About Screens When Screens Are Your Job5 Things You Can Do Right Now To Help Prevent Catastrophic Climate ChangeThe L’Oréal Chemist Who’s Changing The Face Of MakeupWhy Do Employers Expect More Of Entry-Level Employees Than Ever Before?Live Streaming’s Next Lucrative Frontier: YogaWhat The U.K.’s Former First Lady Can Teach You About MentoringThe Business Case For Adult Recess5 Ways Companies Can Attract (And Keep) The Best Young TalentHow Parents Can Make Their Nightly “Third Shift” Less HorribleWhy Startups Need More People Over 50How To Get Over Your Fear In New SituationsMy Coworker Tries To Compliment Me Into Doing More WorkTwitter Is Reportedly Making Jack Dorsey Its Permanent CEOExplore The Terrifying Scale Of Mount Everest In This 3.2 Billion Pixel InteractiveWhy “Snapchat Producer” Is Now A Legit JobWhy We’re Still So Far Behind On Gender Equality At WorkVine Stars Take Aim At Big Tobacco With New Truth Initiative CampaignYour Facebook Profile Pic Can Now Be An Animated SelfieToday in Tabs: Watch Out! It’s MicropigMelt Your Brain With This Music Video That Visualizes Space-TimeThis Drummer’s Robot Hand Is Better At Drumming Than His Original Human HandThe Crops We’re Farming Are Getting Dangerously Un-DiverseThis Table Makes A Personal Passport From Your Data (And Gives It To Someone Else)“The Keeping Room” Star Brit Marling and Writer Julia Hart on Making a Feminist WesternThe Top 10 Cities For Millennial Entrepreneurs4 Design Lessons From The Pixar TeamAdBlock Plus Defers To External Review Board To Choose “Acceptable Ads”A Comprehensive Look At Quentin Tarantino’s Favorite Body Part In All His FilmsRalph Lauren Steps Down As CEOThis Minimalist Paint Set Teaches Kids Color TheoryHOW IT WORKS: #TRAVELSMARTER CONTESTSeasoned Traveler & Tech Entrepreneur Matt Galligan Shares His Travel HacksOFFICIAL RULES: #TRAVELSMARTER CONTESTTwitter’s Buy Button Makes It Easier Than Ever To Shop From A TweetThe Invisible Electronic Signals That Surround Us Now Have A Name: The InfosphereA Playful, Interactive Approach To Book Marketing In The Digital AgeA New Danish Travel Campaign Wants You To Make A Baby For Your MomHow To Make Fashion More Accessible For Wheelchair Users And The Disabled2 Ways You’re Killing Your Chances During A Job InterviewThis U.S. Map Reveals Each State’s Top Political Google SearchesGet Warm Or Die Trying In This New Virtual Reality Survival GameTesla Debuts The Model X SUV, Its Most Advanced Car YetThe Gold And Silver (And More) In Our E-Waste Is Worth Billions Of DollarsThis Designer Is Saving Detroit’s Old-School Sign Typography By Turning It Into FontsHow “Con Man” Rallied Geek Fans And Defied Hollywood ConventionThe Untold History Of Polka Dots (And Other Graphic Patterns)Jaguar’s Ian Callum On Restraint, Leadership, And Following Up On A Hit DesignAre You Making The Most Of Your Free Time?Better Than The Supermoon, This Lamp Makes An Eclipse From A RainbowHow Code+Theory Is Redesigning The “Huffington Post” To Withstand The Next DecadeThis Video Shows You How Much Coffee, Water, Weed, and Even Air Will Kill YouThe South Gets A Rebranding To Finally Put The Confederate Flag AwayMeet The Woman Behind Stephen Colbert’s Game-Changing Guest-Booking StrategyThe Journey From Inmate To Entrepreneur15 Creative New Designs For Solving The Urban Housing Crisis4 Traits Of Introverts That Make Them Great LeadersWhen Should You Fire A Good Employee?I Can’t Quit The Job I Hate Because Of My Financial SituationThe Science Of When You Need In-Person Communication5 Myths About BurnoutYour Startup’s Fourth-Quarter Action Plan7 Traits That Will Get You Hired Or PromotedHow To Be Great On VideoHow To Get A Job Of The Future With A Liberal Arts DegreeThe Working Parent Support Coalition Seeks To Improve Parental Leave PoliciesGoogle, Microsoft, And Others Commit To Improving Workplaces For LGBT EmployeesGE CEO Jeff Immelt On How The Industrial Internet Is Helping Slash DowntimeWhy Is It So Damn Hard To Pay For Stuff With Our Phones?Today in Tabs: What if Tabs, But Too Much?Google’s New Nexus Phones, Pixel C Tablet, And More: Your 2-Minute GuideGoogle Will Let Marketers Target Ads Based On Users’ Email ActivityProduct Hunt Pushes Into Podcast DiscoveryThis Amazing Box Can Reanimate Hearts After They’re Removed From Dead BodiesJessica Biel, Whitney Cummings, And Joy Bryant Show Men How They’re Doing Condoms WrongThe Ultimate Collection Of All 82 Failed Businesses On “Bob’s Burgers”Google’s New Chromecast Is The Anti-Apple TVJessica Biel, Whitney Cummings and Joy Bryant Tell Men How They’re Doing Condoms WrongTree Houses Inspired These Moveable Office HideoutsMagnified Teardrops Reveal Crystalline Shapes As Beautiful And Unique As SnowflakesNendo Designs Slick New Perfume Packaging For KenzoMade Of Recycled E-Waste, A Wearable To Save The EarthSamsung’s New Open-Plan HQ Looks To Lighten San JoseThis Toilet-As-A-Business Startup Is Turning Kenyan Poop Into Fuel BriquettesThe Google Nexus Announcement: Live CoverageThis Folding E-Bike Wants To Solve Bike Commuting’s Major Design ProblemsA Car Powers This Experimental Building Made From 25,000 Pounds Of 3-D-Printed PartsHow Trevor Noah Is Already Making “The Daily Show” His OwnChristopher Lloyd Is Back In A New “Back To The Future” VideoWhy Airbnb Just Bought A Quirky Russian Industrial Design FirmThe Newest Employee Perk: Weight Loss Coaching For Your Overweight KidsThe Next XPrize Will Award $20 Million For New Uses Of Carbon DioxideSpoiler Alert: Adam Conover Hilariously Dispels All Your Beliefs To Teach You a LessonWhy Sororities Are The Best Settings For Horror, From The Creator of “Scream Queens”How Natasha Lyonne Turned Working With Her Friends Into Being A ProducerThe North Face Goes For Epic Adventure In First-Ever Global Ad CampaignThis Tote Morphs Into A Reflective Bike-Ready Backpack3 Radical Ideas To Totally Disrupt Air TravelThis Floating Island Is Cleaning Up Brooklyn’s Insanely Polluted Gowanus CanalThe Sonos Play:5 Smart Speaker Will Sound Good No Matter Where You Put ItOh, That? That’s Just My Countertop Tempeh Machine That Pops Out Protein PattiesWhy Sweden Is Shifting To A 6-Hour WorkdayRent The Runway Launches Accelerator Program For WomenEXCLUSIVE: What You Know About Audience Engagement Is Wrong. And Viacom is Fixing It3D Robotics Launching Sci-Fi Video Series, All Shot On Its DronesThis Zero-Energy Home Is Run By Machines And Costs A Lot Less Than A Regular HouseThe Spectacular Tech-Inspired Art Of Dolby’s New Headquarters6 Simple Ways To Turn A Bad Day AroundHow Freelancers Can Protect Themselves And Get Paid On Time9 Hard-Earned Leadership Lessons“The Intern”‘s Traditional Business Lessons For A Modern Workplace30-Second Habits That Can Help Boost Your Career And FinancesWhat Taking On Google Taught Me About Startup TractionThe 3 Keys To Influential LeadershipHow To Tell A Story People Actually Want To Listen ToHow A Beatles Producer Is Helping Sonos Reimagine The Way We Hear MusicSilent Circle Wants To Be Your Go-To For Secure Android PhonesWhole Foods To Lay Off 1,500 WorkersTaco Bell’s New E-Commerce Site Puts You In Charge Of The KitchenThe Internet, Visualized In Patent SketchesToday in Tabs: LIFE DISCOVERED ON MARSTo Keep Bees Alive, The Beehive Gets Smart And ConnectedNASA: “There Is Liquid Water Today On The Surface Of Mars”Yelp Elects Its First ChairwomanHere Are The U.N.’s Global Goals That Will (Hopefully) Change The World In 15 YearsInside James Irvine’s Beautiful And Rational World Of DesignThe Robot-Constructed, Modular Housing For Life On MarsHow To Do Nothing In Web Design3 Million People Die From Air Pollution Every YearThe Entire Career Of Miles Davis Plays Out In This Amazing Interactive TimelineA Sleek Pair Of Side Tables Made From Sunflower Oil WasteThis Is The One Super Blood Moon Photo You Have To SeeKevin Hart Really Really Wants To Be David Beckham For H&MShark Tank S7, Ep 1 Recap: Welcome Cousin OliverThis Wearable Wrist Sensor Translates Sign Language Into EnglishThese Little Solar-Powered Boxes Will Mean You Always Have A Signal On Your PhoneHitachi Says It Can Predict Crimes Before They HappenYou Can Now Talk To Your Sex Doll About Golf, If You’re Into That Sort Of Thing“Quantico” Makes TV History By Introducing The FBI To BollywoodThis VR Headset Lets You Experience Nature Through Animal EyesHas The Tech Industry Made San Francisco Unlivable For Everyone Else?Why Greenpeace Is Building Its Own Team Of Investigative JournalistsDavid Beckham Is A Mysterious Drifter In A New Short Film For BelstaffNike Celebrates Marathon Season With A Soulful Tribute To Last PlaceTristan Walker’s Walker & Company Raises $24 Million, Scores Target Distribution DealMeet The Most Powerful Force In The Star Wars Universe: The Man Who Makes The ToysCan Good Design Help Raise More Money For Cancer?You Can Wear These Wool Sneakers Year RoundThis London Underground Farm Grows Salad In A WWII Bomb ShelterFemale Shoppers No Longer Trust Ads Or Celebrity EndorsementsHow Business Of Fashion Is Helping Entrepreneurs Launch Fashion BusinessesThe Average American Worker Earns Less Today Than 40 Years AgoHow My Day Job Prepared Me For Freelance LifeWhy The Smartest Person Isn’t The Most Likely To Get The JobFrom Cory Arcangel To “Pac-Man”: How Digital Art Curators Save Vintage Data And HardwareWhat To Do When A Coworker Tries To Make You Look BadWhat You Can Do Now To Salvage Your Annual ReviewWhy You Should Stop Trying to Learn From Your Mistakes6 Habits Of Aspiring LeadersWhat You Think Makes A Good Leader Probably Doesn’tThree Simple Tips For Taking On Big ChallengesHow Managers Can Teach Employees To Solve Their Own ProblemsLife And Death Get An Intense Closeup In History Channel’s “Dead Or Alive”From Work Friendships To Following Up: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesEPA To Auto Manufacturers: We’re Watching YouU.S. And China Agree To Reduce CybertheftTwitter Experiments With Native PollsThese Incredible Saltwater Batteries Are Designed To Store Renewable EnergyDropped Your iPhone In Water? Putting It In Rice Is Just About The Worst SolutionDon’t Serve Human Flesh: 10 Lessons From “Bob’s Burgers” On How Not To Run A BusinessToday in Tabs Quiz: If You Give A Rat A PizzaBill Clinton Is the First U.S. President In Oculus [Updated]Facebook Rebrands Internet.Org App As “Free Basics”The Tangled History And Mysterious Legality Of “Happy Birthday”These Are The Most Popular First Cars To Own, According To InstagramThe Pope Became A Social Media Powerhouse Thanks To Some Villanova WildcatsGoogle May Face U.S. Antitrust Investigation Over Android BundlingThe Ultimate Portable Woodburning StoveA Constructivist Swing Set For Kid-At-Heart DesignersThese Ornamental Screens Are Like Lamp Shades Made Into FurnitureSee Gorgeously Illustrated Depictions Of Fonts As PeopleIf You Love Math (Or Dessert!), This Modular Table Is For YouJames Harden Is Ready To Comply With Your Tweet Demands For Foot LockerThis Startup Takes Your Old Clothes And Makes Completely New Thread From ThemWatch People From Around The World Insult You With The Foulest Language On EarthDanny Trejo Is A Stray Dog In The Weirdest Animal Welfare PSA You’ll See All DayWhy Are Canadians So Funny?Liam Neeson And Michelle Rodriguez ‘Tell Everyone’ About The UN’s New Global GoalsEven Citibank Says Slowing Climate Change Could Save $70 TrillionHow African-American Writers Have Revived and Reshaped “Black Panther”Sidney Crosby Works A Tim Hortons Drive-Thru In Maybe The Most Canadian Ad EverHonda Goes Stop-Motion, Star Wars Goes 360: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekChess Deconstructed: Inside The Saul Bass Tribute-Turned-Video GameLearn How Neurons Work Through An Autobiographical, Interactive StoryA Personal Wind Turbine To Pack Up And Take Anywhere5 Bloody Good Lessons On Creating Intensity, From The Twisted Mind Of Eli RothTake The Fast Company News QuizOur Brains Trust Brands The Same Way We Trust Our FriendsIs Your E-Signature Making You A Liar?This Adjustable Standing Desk Is So Simple, It Doesn’t Need Nuts Or BoltsWhat If Rich People Funded Journalism—But Didn’t Ruin It?Bonobos Just Hired A New Chief People Officer To Scale Company Culture5 Great Free Apps For Getting Back On Track This FallThese Brilliant Life-Size Legos Can Build Your Next Couch–Or A Disaster ShelterWhy Are Women More Cautious About Promotions?When To Outsource And When To DIY: 5 Questions To AskWhat You Can Do On Sunday To Make Monday More ManageableHow A Quiet, Failed Comic Book Artist Conquered Hollywood’s Nightlife SceneThe Science Behind Why Inspirational Quotes Motivate Us5 Leadership Lessons From Pope Francis5 Steps To Regain Trust After A PR Disaster3 CEOs Who Have Made Customers Their Top Priority