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Amazon Web Services Drives Surprising Profit For AmazonFacebook Takes Aim At Twitter, Adds Universal SearchGoogle Says Mobile Search Has Surpassed Desktop SearchToday in Tabs: I’m Not a Particle Man, I’m an Article, ManShawn Baldwin analysis on potential volatilityIris Van Herpen’s Latest: Weaving Robots And A Game Of Thrones ActressThese Wii-Like Nunchucks Help Teach Machines To Weave “Handmade” TextilesThe Royal British Legion Recreates Stunning Photos Of WWI Soldiers Taken A Century AgoInstagram Releases Boomerang, A New Video AppIBM Tells A Blind Runner’s Compelling Story In New Cloud Services AdWhy Timberland Made A Documentary To Share Its Haitian Tree-Planting InitiativeEven The Tone Deaf Can Play This Instrument And Sound Like A VirtuosoAmerican Horror Slack: An “AHS: Hotel” Recap For Cord Cutters, Boob Blood Included!There’s Meat In Veggie Dogs, Pork In Turkey Dogs, And Human DNA In EverythingMexico’s $7,000 Public Housing Looks Like High DesignYou Can Throw Away Your Reading Glasses Once You Get These Self-Focusing Lens ImplantsIn A Second Punch, Theranos Defends Itself Against WSJ ExposéA 3-D Printed Chess Set Based On Milan’s Unforgettable SkylineHow A Former Navy SEAL Is Helping To Find The Next Great Fitness BrandHow Apple’s Ad-blocking Software Could Put Small Publishers Out Of BusinessAirbnb Apologizes To San Francisco For Passive Aggressive Ad CampaignA Millennial Reveals The Best, Worst, and Most Meh Snapchat Discover ChannelsA Bunker Fit For Billionaires Lets You Enjoy The Apocalypse In LuxuryThe World’s First Commercial Carbon Capture Plant Will Turn Pollution Into CashThe Eora 3D Is The Missing Piece Of Your Star Trek ReplicatorWhat It’s Like To Use A Magic LeapThe Weeknd Goes VR With GoPro In New 360-Degree Video For “The Hills” Remix Feat. EminemSymmetry Is Overrated: A Stylish Breast Cancer PSA Celebrates Survival ScarsDelivery Service Shyp Is Reaching Out To Recipients–And Rebranding ItselfThese Root-Inspired Planters Look Ready To Crawl AwayBrooklyn Artist Confronts Blank Page Terror With Doodle-Friendly “Noted” BookFor Breast Cancer Awareness, A Beautiful Short On The Power Of ScarsAmmunition Designs Ember, The Perfect Travel MugNaoto Fukasawa On Designing With Objectivity And Interaction In MindNo Need To Launder These Disposable Sheets, When You Can Greenwash Them InsteadMinimum Wage Workers Need To Put In 93 Hour Weeks To Live DecentlyOlivia Wilde And Reed Morano On The Passion And Process Of Making “Meadowland”Donna Karan On Finding Calm In ChaosThese Heartbreaking Photos Show Where Refugee Children Sleep At NightDoes Snapchat Have Star Wars In Its Future?Is Your Smartphone Putting Your Employer At Risk?4 Daily Habits That Lead To Success5 Signs You’re Cut Out To Be An EntrepreneurHow Hosting Great Interviews Can Boost Your Recruitment StrategyA Day-By-Day Guide To Get Your Next Dream JobThree Habits Of Motivational LeadersWhy You Hate Getting Feedback But Still Need More Of ItIs A 10-Hour Workday The New Norm?Why Rock Climbing Sparks Creativity For Former NFL Player Dhani JonesIsrael Is Offering Vacation Deals On Groupon To Attract TouristsToday in Tabs: The Future Was ThenCan You Prevent A Business Failure?YouTube Inches Toward Netflix With Its New Paid Subscription TierThese Are The Top Small And Medium-Size Companies For EmployeesTheranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Punches Back Against The Wall Street JournalSee Realistic Depictions Of How “Back To The Future II” Tech Might Actually LookJeremy Renner Celebrates A Multitasking Life For New Remy Martin CampaignExclusive: ‘Back to the Future’ Writer/Producer Bob Gale On Creating 2015 in 1989“Angry Birds” Maker Rovio To Cut 213 Jobs“Back To The Future” Producer Bob Gale On Why We Are Still So Obsessed With The FilmThis Living Bamboo Highway Barrier Blocks Traffic Noise While It Sucks Up PollutionTahiti Will Use FireChat To Let Citizens Communicate After HurricanesIndiegogo Rebrands Charity Division As Generosity.comYou Are The Biggest Enemy In The Fight Against PovertyInfographic: The Definitive Breakdown Of Famous Books Vs. Their Film AdaptationsExpedia Takes A Small Step To Making Flights More TransparentAudible Builds A “Choose Your Own Adventure” Instagram Experience To Promo Locke & KeyThis Table Lamp Riffs On The Classic Erector SetVishaan Chakrabarti Leaves SHoP Architects, Starts New FirmFive Things To Look For From Google’s Q3 Earnings ReportSoon You Can Wear A Milton Glaser Climate Change Billboard On Your BackSee How Ridiculously Busy We All Are In “HumanKinda,” A Short Film From @JetBlueThis HUD For Doctors Proves Less Is More For Future WearablesToys R Us Has A Toy Story Of Its Own In Fun New Holiday Ad CampaignHere’s Scientific Proof That George Clooney Is The Best Face-Actor In The GameMeasuring The Millennium Development Goals: Ensuring Environmental SustainabilityWhite House, Michael J. Fox Foundation Team Up For Parkinson’s AwarenessNew York City Is About To Plant Its 1 Millionth New Tree, Two Years Ahead Of ScheduleThe American Academy of Pediatrics Says iPads Are Okay For InfantsYou Can’t Argue With This Mashup That Shows The Tarantino Influence On “Breaking Bad”Going “Back In Time” With The Documentary That Captures The “Back To The Future” CrazeKengo Kuma’s Design For A Cultural Museum Is Like Stepping Into “Jurassic Park”Charting 52 Years Of Lego Brick ColorsThis Device Will Turn Your Clunker Into A Smart Car for $200Oslo Will Ban Cars From Its City Center In 4 YearsBiophilia, A Line Of Nesting Vases Inspired By Plant ScienceZero Gravity Spheres Float In Midair So You Can Touch The FutureThis Frighteningly Smart Office Building Knows Exactly What You Want, When You Want It6 Rules For Great Storytelling, From A Moth-Approved Master Of The FormIn Brooklyn, Mom-And-Pop Car Services Launch New Apps To Stave Off UberHow Facebook Instant Articles Works: A Publisher’s PerspectiveThe Messaging Apps Gunning For SlackYou Can Determine Your Weight Based On What Food Is Visible In Your KitchenInside One Man’s Six-Figure ‘Back To The Future’ DeLorean Time Machine Business“Great Scott!” Christopher Lloyd Reflects On Doc Brown’s Wild RidesWhy Snapchat’s Live Stories Are The Most Powerful New Social MediaHow CEO Anne Wojcicki Turned 23andMe Around After Falling Out With The FDACan This Adorable Bedtime Storybook Make Toddlers Want To Code?I’m Being Micromanaged By Someone Below Me!The Secret To Sounding Smart? Using Simple LanguageCan This Change Eliminate The STEM Gender Gap?How To Get Your Dream Job When You Can’t Afford To Take An Unpaid InternshipWhy I Used A Brown Hand For The “Add To Slack” ButtonHow The Gender Wage Gap Makes The Retirement Savings Crisis WorseHow To Make Self-Employment Work After Starting A Family5 Times Our Company Failed At Diversity (And How We Fixed It)Four Ways You’re Getting Accountability Wrong23andme’s Genetic Health Tests Are Back On The MarketFacebook Is Finally Rolling Out Instant Articles To All iPhonesToday in Tabs: Election BaeSkullcandy On Building A Brand By Staying True To Your FollowersVirgin America Partners With Spotify, New York TimesMicrosoft Speaks Out About EU “Safe Harbor” PolicyThis Ninth Grader Invented A Device That Harvests Power From Ocean WavesChina Just Flew This Gigantic Airship To the Edge Of SpaceHow Philips Created Another Epic Glow-In-The-Dark Branded Action FilmThis Machine Turns Crummy Plastic Bags Into Haute TotesThe New York Times Is Giving Google Cardboard VR Headsets To Print SubscribersWhy Can’t Jack Dorsey Get Respect?Measuring The Millennium Development Goals: Halting The Spread Of AIDS And MalariaStephen Curry Changes The Game With Jamie Foxx For Under ArmourThe Gross Alt-Universe Where Disney Movies Didn’t Deviate From Their Source MaterialVolvo Imagines A Mirrored Car For A Future In Which Cars Are Just VehiclesThis Watch For Would-Be Gatsbys Comes In Wood, Marble, And GoldExperience The Terror Of Happy Socks In A Very Meta Short Film From Robert RodriguezIkea Issues “5 Rules” For Parents To Make The Kitchen More Fun For KidsEnter The Ornate World Of Russia’s Underground StationsThese 3-D Scans Are Digitally Saving Ancient Monuments Before ISIS Blows Them UpHow Short-Shorts Company Chubbies Is Tackling Winter WearUsher Makes Sure You “Don’t Look Away “ From Unarmed Victims In New VideoDrake Knows Exacty How To Get Everyone Talking–This Time, With Funky Dance MovesStill Short On Plot, The New “Stars Wars VII” Trailer Is As Exciting As It GetsA Lab-Made Burger Could Be On Sale In 5 YearsWelcome To The Share The Crumbs EconomyThis Ultra-Plush, Textured Carpet Was Designed To Alleviate AnxietyMicrosoft Research Debuts Autocomplete For Animation, And It’s IncredibleWhat Patagonia Learned So Far From Mixing Content Strategy And ActivismParty On: Mike Myers Reflects On The Endlessly Enduring Appeal of Wayne and GarthOntwerpduo Mines The Past For Its Beautiful Novecento Housewares CollectionWhat Are The Web’s Most Played Out Fonts?This Friendly Slack Bot Will Schedule Your Meetings For YouHologram House Calls And The Virtual Future Of Health CareThese Are The Top 25 Jobs With The Best Work-Life BalanceOn Liberty Bridge, You Could Walk Or Bike From New York To New Jersey (No Cars Allowed!)Zillow’s Recipe For Scaling A Business The Smart WayIn Finding Time For Her Kids, She Honored Her ParentsFarmgirl Flowers And The Quest To Deliver The Most Beautiful BouquetWhat Snapchat’s High-Profile Exec Departures Really Tell Us About CEO Evan SpiegelHow Nobel Prize Economist Angus Deaton Changed Our Thinking About World ProgressHow Lingerie Brands Are Fighting Back Against Online Body ShamingA Five-Step Process To Finally Make Progress On Procrastinated Personal Projects7 Traits That Make Or Break Your Personal BrandCNN Launches Great Big Story, Its Answer To Vice And Buzzfeed3 Myths About Landing Your Dream JobThe Three Key Ingredients Of Toxic WorkplacesThe Two Counterintuitive Things You Should Do After Getting Fired3 Funding Lessons I’ve Learned As A Female Startup FounderThe Five Most Common Ways Startups Waste MoneyWhy The Annual Performance Review Is Going ExtinctApple CEO Tim Cook Gets Passionate About Privacy During Tech Conference InterviewFacebook Will Start Notifying You Of Targeted Government-Sponsored AttacksFAA Plans On Requiring Registration For Consumer DronesTupperware On Expanding Your Customer Base Through Word Of MouthAmazon, New York Times Duke It Out Over Scathing ExposéToday in Tabs: Four Syllables. Twice The Minimum.15 Billion Years of History In One Completely Addictive, Interactive TimelineHow Coca-Cola Cracked SnapchatThese Hilariously Minimalist Fake Halloween Costumes Found Their Way Into a StoreVolvo Promises To Take Responsibility If Its Driverless Cars Cause CrashesMeasuring The Millennium Development Goals: Cutting Maternal DeathsThe Mexican Drought Caused This Mysterious Sunken Temple To Re-EmergeThis Spiraling Wooden Lamp Folds Like A Fan To Pack FlatThese Elegant Wire Frame Chairs Pay Homage To Picasso Line DrawingsA Look Inside Brooklyn’s New, 7,300-Square-Foot Co-Living SpaceReport: YouTube Will Soon Have A PaywallCelebrate “The Force Awakens” Poster Debut With Every “Star Wars” Poster EverHow Heath Robinson’s Complicated Contraptions Influence Advertising A Century LaterSafety Last! The Design History of Danger PostersHow Snapchat Is Bringing Back The 1970s TV ExperienceShark Tank, S7, Ep 4: America? FuhgeddaboutitHow Tesco Is Fighting Back By Making “Every Little Helps” For A New Era“Star Wars Battlefront” Uses The Force Of Nostalgia In Epic New AdPlacebos Can Help Depression Sufferers–And Predict Whether Real Meds Will WorkFlipboard’s Data-Driven Crack At Building the Magazine Ad Of The FutureStudy: People May Like Things More Just Because They’re NewYour Tweets Tell Data Miners How Much Money You HaveWhy Snapchat Axed Yahoo From Discover“All Things Must Pass” Director Colin Hanks On Making A Character-Driven DocumentaryArtist Max Siedentopf Soups Up Boring Cars With CardboardHem’s Addictive, Custom Shelving Tool Teases Responsive Furniture To ComeTeenage Engineering Launches Retail Collaboration With NYC Creative Shop MingWatch Architecture And Typography Smash Together Like Peanut Butter And JellyThe Newest Lexus Is An Origami-Inspired Car Made From CardboardThe Value of Randomness in Art and DesignHow Match.com Has Helped Us Hook Up And Find Love Since 1995Creating A New Kind Of Safety Net For The Uber EconomyOut Of Office With The Guy Who Designed Your SoulCycle BikeThe Countries Where People Have The Best Well-Being In The WorldInside Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel’s Entertainment EmpireVertical Video Was a Joke. Thanks to Snapchat, It’s Now the New OrderWhy Getting Fired Can Be Critical To Success As A LeaderWhat America’s Happiest Workplaces Have In CommonWhat The Most Successful People Understand About Creative WorkYouTube Star Lilly Singh On Showing What You’re WorthWhat Happens In Your Brain During The Two Critical Stages Of SleepWhy Genuine Empathy Is Good For BusinessHow To Get The Most Out Of Interning At A StartupThese 6 Common Interview Mistakes Can Cost You The Job3 Scientifically Proven Behaviors That Lead To SuccessWhy I’m Not Moving My Startup To San FranciscoBill Bernbach, Steve Jobs, And Marshall McLuhan Walk Into A Cafe (And Talk About Advertising)Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Has A 4% Stake In TwitterThe New York MTA Says A Progressive Bank Can’t Advertise Its ValuesGive Your Shower The “Star Wars” TreatmentThese Prosthetic Arms Turn Kids Into SuperheroesPhotographer Gianluca Vassallo Uses A Gargantuan Lamp To Unite Perfect StrangersReport: IBM Gave Chinese Goverment Access To Its Product CodeSee The World’s Most Awesome Dishwashers, Pancake Flippers, And More Turn Jobs Into ArtA Rare Glimpse Inside The Gorgeous Homes Of 29 ArtistsHow LeVar Burton’s Daughter–And Desperation–Saved Reading RainbowStuntvertising Gets Scary As Hell In This “Paranormal Activity” Open HouseStep Into The High-Tech World Of London’s FuturistsInstead of Job Training, This Startup Helps Former Inmates Start Their Own BusinessesAdvertisers On The Rise Of Ad Blockers: “We Lost Track Of The User Experience”American Horror Slack: An “American Horror Story” Recap For Cord CuttersHow Companies Get Philanthropy Wrong–And How They Can Get It RightHow UI Design Plays A Leading Role In “The Martian”How Well Do You Know The News? Take The Fast Company QuizWant To Ride A “Star Trek” Turbolift To Work?Too Far, or Not Far Enough: How Anthony Jeselnik Writes And Tests His Non-PC Standup MaterialThe Four Myths About Square’s IPO FilingThe Director Of “Truth” On The Dark Side of Broadcast JournalismStephen Colbert And J.J. Abrams Team Up For An Epic Charity Nerd-OffBack To School With Clearasil, Back To The Future With Toyota: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekJamie Foxx Is Listening To His Own Song In This New Apple iPhone AdA Map Of Every Superman Villain EverMVRDV’s Latest Building Is A Giant, Comfy Couch For Tennis LoversHow To Design A Video Game With No GraphicsHow Brie Larson Dives Into Intense Roles And Emerges (Relatively) UnscathedWhy A Man Who Hates Plastic Water Bottles Is Making Plastic Water BottlesHow Facebook Is Using AI to Help Bring Photos To Life For The BlindThis Smart Shirt Buzzes You When Your Posture SlumpsThis Bikini Cleans The Ocean While You SwimWelcome To The World’s First Elementary School With Standing Desks For Every StudentThe 1% Now Owns Half Of All The Wealth In The Entire WorldA Look At The Temp Agencies Of The FutureBernie Sanders, “Socialist Versus Democratic Socialist,” And The Gig Economy50 Free Apps To Make You An Incredibly Productive PersonThe Rise Of Unlocked Smartphones Will Transform The U.S. Wireless MarketThis Office Tower Could Be The Greenest High-Rise In The World–Because It BreathesIt’s Time To Let Teenagers Sleep The Way They Want–And Start School LaterHow Solitude Can Change Your Brain In Profound WaysHow To Unlock Your Secret Productivity PowersFrom Sleep Habits To How Oprah Gets Stuff Done: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesWhat You Can’t Learn By FailingWhy More Tech Companies Are Rethinking Their PerksWhat Men Need To Understand About A Woman’s Life While On Maternity LeaveSecrets Of People Who Get Enough SleepA Former Google Recruiter Reveals The Biggest Resume Mistakes