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Walmart Is Launching Its Own Apple Pay CompetitorFacebook Tweaks News Feed To Speed Up Loading TimesMicro-apartments Are Coming to the U.S… Are You Moving In?Michelle Obama’s Guest Verse On A College Humor Rap Track About College Is EverythingToday in Tabs: Reader’s ChoiceSpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rocket Will Take To The Skies Again Next WeekTony Hawk’s Worst Business MistakesDrone Giant DJI Teaming With FLIR On Aerial Thermal Imaging CameraAirbnb Hosts Discriminate Against Black Renters, Study FindsWhat Marissa Mayer’s Maternity Leave Decision Means For Working Parents At YahooProduct Hunt’s New App Is A Podcast Player (And Much More)You Can Now Buy Online Harassment InsuranceFacebook Says Its New AI Research Computers Are Twice As Powerful As Anything BeforeNew VC Firm May Be First To Focus Exclusively On VR And Augmented RealityThis Borat-Approved Trailer For “Brothers Grimsby” Puts a Twist On James Bond MoviesA Brisk Tour Of NYC, As Seen Through Its Subway StationsThe Story Behind THAT “Creed” Knockout PunchStop Harassing Your Sick Kid With This Smartphone-Connected Fever PatchThe First Language You Learn Changes How You Hear All Other Languages AfterSee Who’s Nominated For 2016 Golden Globes, And Read Our Interviews With NomineesYouTube, The Webbys, And You Voted For These Most Iconic Ads Of 2015Need To Mail A Gift? Consider This Flat-Packed Christmas Tree Made Of Pure ChocolateSoldier Bowe Bergdahl’s Controversial Saga at the Heart of “Serial” Season 2Retractable Ice Rinks On The Thames? Maybe When London Freezes OverPentagram’s DJ Stout: There Needs To Be More Storytelling In Graphic DesignComedian Jon Glaser On How Hoodies and Sweatpants Can Score You a TV ShowThis Impossibly Light Folding Bike Is As Easy To Carry As It Is To RideMicrosoft’s New App Reads Your Intimate Emotions From PhotosCollecting Cow Farts: The Stupid-Brilliant Solution To Global WarmingPeek Inside A Hotel Inspired By Margot TenenbaumRotterdam’s Grand Experiment With Architecture That Mutates Over Time“Master of None” Co-Creator And “Parks and Rec” Writer Alan Yang On Breaking a StoryJon Glaser Can Turn Anything Into a TV Show. Anything.MIT’s Amazing New App Lets You Program Any ObjectWhat If We Told You To Be Optimistic About Solving Climate Change?Shaking Up The American Rum MarketHow New York City’s Bike Share Saved ItselfStruggling To Juggle Work And Parenting? Maybe Just Try Parenting Less9 Ways GE Executed Its Radical Green ReinventionCan Next-Generation Compression Save Streaming Video From Looming Data Caps?Is Ageism In Tech An Under-The-Radar Diversity Issue?How To Create The Job You Want At Your Company5 Ways To Avoid A Massive Email MisunderstandingTwo Essential Questions Working Parents Need To Ask ThemselvesThe Three Mistakes That Even Good Mentors Make5 Tools To Help You Automate Your WorkThe Worst Advice I’ve Heard As A New Entrepreneur7 Ways To Make A Good Impression In 2016What’s The Best Timing To Send Rejection Letters?America’s Healthiest And Least Healthy StatesMark Zuckerberg To Muslim Facebookers: I Will Fight For YouCindy Whitehead, CEO Of Sprout (aka The “Female Viagra” Company), Is Stepping DownAirbnb Is Reportedly In Talks With Hearst To Develop A MagazineCode2040 Scores $1.2 Million Investment To Help Advance Minority EngineersCan Spotify Lure Back Taylor Swift And Adele?Today in Tabs: 2 Dox 2 SatoshiChelsea Handler Does Racism, Silicon Valley, and More In New Netflix Docu-SeriesFDA Approves Syringe-Like Device For Plugging Gunshot WoundsThe News Stories That Dominated Facebook In 2015Spielberg’s “BFG” Looks A-OKLupita Nyong’o Lights Up The Red Carpet With An LED Dress Coded By Teen GirlsThe Most Awkward Office Secret Santa GiftsThe Most Awkward Office Secret Santa Gifts—The Outtakes!CEO Of “Angry Birds” Maker Rovio Is Stepping DownSee How Close You Live To America’s Gun Violence CrisisWhy Volumetric VR Is The Real Future Of Virtual RealityWhat Not To Do At Your Company’s Holiday PartyGermany’s Energy Transition Shows How Moving To Renewables Is Completely DoableFacebook’s Year In Review Presents 2015 Exactly As You Experienced It13 Radical Book Covers From The Weimar RepublicWar, Peace, And Technology: A History Of The 20th Century Through Color TrendsWhoops, A Car Autonomously Calls Cops On Its Owner After A Hit and RunYahoo Nixes Plan To Spin Off Alibaba StakeFigma Aims To Be A GitHub For DesignersThese Are The Mobile Sites Leaking Credit Card Data For Up To 500,000 People A DayBeijing’s Smog Is So Bad That One Artist Is Turning It Into BricksArnold Schwarzenegger Doesn’t Give A **** What You Think About Climate ChangeSnow Peak’s Latest Print Is Catalog Meets KimonosThe Adidas “Speed Factory” Aims To Bring Local Customization To ManufacturingMicrosoft: 2016 Will Be The Year Of AIThese Trends Will Influence All Businesses And Brands In 2016, According To FordClash Of Clans And Angry Liam Neeson Lead YouTube’s Top Ads Of 2015A Healthier And More Sustainable Shrimp–Made With Algae Instead Of ShrimpWhat I Learned During My Day With A Venture CapitalistCoping With The Age Of Automation: Relax, Retrain, And RedistributeWhat It Really Takes To Recruit More Female Tech TalentHow To Make Small Talk Less PainfulThese Were The Best Places To Work In the U.S. This YearI Don’t Celebrate Christmas, But It’s Unavoidable In My Office5 Trends That Will Change How Companies Use Social Media In 20164 Musical Principles That Can Make You A Better SpeakerHow Not To Squander Your Startup’s New FundingThe Other Audience That Your Content Strategy Is Overlooking6 Things You Should Do When You Give Your Two-Week NoticeHere Are Some Surprising Benefits Of Gratitude At WorkNow These Two Guys Are Being Called The Real Inventors Of BitcoinWith Digital Cookie 2.0, Girl Scouts Double Down On E-Commerce PushHTC’s Vive VR Headset To Launch In AprilThe Ikea Meatball Reimagined 8 Different WaysAmazon Is Testing Original Content Written By ExpertsCOP21, Global Warming, and How They’ll Affect Your BusinessPinterest Acquires Shopping Site The HuntThis Prank Presents Bible Verses As Quran Passages To Make a Smart PointToday in Tabs: The Worst Are Full Of Passionate IntensityThe Key Question From Paris: Who Is Going To Pay To Save The PlanetIn Paris, Africa Becomes An Unexpected Champion Of Renewable EnergyOn The Streets And In The Negotiations In Paris, The Attempts To Silence The People’s VoicesSee What Happens When Santa Gets Hacked In Norton’s Christmas CampaignFacebook, Twitter Would Be Forced To Report Terrorist Activity Under Proposed BillGoogle Asks 18 Artists To Redesign The RouterSome Twitter Users See Non-Linear TimelinesGoogle Pixel C Review: A Really Nice Android Tablet, But Not a Productivity PowerhouseApple’s New Battery Case Looks Like An Orthopedic Shoe For Your iPhoneTim Cook Gives A Lesson In How To Talk To People With DisabilitiesArtists Are Building The World’s First Design Museum Inside A SlumThis Smart Thermostat For Trucks Cuts Idling, Saving On Fuel And PollutionPentagram Unleashes A Tirade Against Corporate Jargon . . . In A Rap VideoFloyd Bed Is A Boon For Modern-Day NomadsChina Is Building A Million-Embryo-A-Year Cloned Meat FactoryThe #GOPdildos Hashtag Protests Semi-Automatic Weapons By Replacing Them With Sex ToysBritain’s Top Art Prize Goes To A Design CollectiveHow A Logo’s Color Shapes Consumers’ Opinion Of A Brand“Vote With Your Butt” Is A Brilliant Idea To Stop Litter“Crazy Ex Girlfriend” Star Rachel Bloom On Creating The Year’s Most Unique ShowThis World Map Shows Which Cities Have The Most Smog, In Real TimeHere’s What Bill Gates Thinks You Should Be Reading This WinterTraditional Homepages Are Obsolete, Says Quartz. Here’s What They Built Instead.The Massage Chair Gets A Sleek RedesignHow The North Face Uses Hardcore Exploration To Inspire Everybody ElseHow To Shape Users’ Behavior, In 4 StepsThe Most Beautiful Tech Office Of The YearThis Life-Changing, Low-Cost Artificial Knee Is On The Market After Years Of DesignNew “Arctic Deeply” Site Will Detail The Ramifications Of Melting Sea IceThe Lowline, New York’s First Underground Park, Is Taking Shape (Slowly)8 Myths About Millennials At Work That Need To DieWhy Portable Benefits Should Be A Priority In The New EconomyAnalyzing The Subtle Bias In Tech Companies’ Recruiting EmailsWhy Teams Don’t Learn From Their Mistakes (And How To Change That)How New Equity Crowdfunding Rules Will Benefit Black EntrepreneursThe Secret To Getting Other People To Trust You QuicklyFour Counterintuitive Habits Of Effective Leaders5 Unexpected Benefits Of Going Back To An Old JobTrump’s Muslim Ban Outcrazies The Internet, Blows Up TwitterBurn! Amazon CEO Suggests Sending Donald Trump Into SpaceGoogle Life Sciences Rebrands As Verily, Uses Big Data To Figure Out Why We Get SickThe World May Have Hit Peak Carbon EmissionsGoogle’s New Update Will Merge Your To-Do Lists With Your CalendarToday in Tabs: Reporting On Reporters Reporting On Reporters ReportingHow Finland’s Exciting Basic Income Experiment Will Work–And What We Can Learn From ItWithout Taylor Swift And Adele, Spotify’s 2015 Top Charts Are Mostly MaleA Consulting Firm Hired By Uber Found That Its Drivers Are Very HappyCould Finland’s Universal Basic Income Ever Work In The U.S.?Wooden, Solar-Powered Street Lamps Reflect Paris’s Design HistoryNASA: We’re Leaving The Space Station To The Private SectorTwitter’s Year In Review Puts Jobs (And Boy Bands) At The Top Of Its ListsFrance Considers Ban On Public Wi-Fi During EmergenciesArtists Are Turning New York City’s Ugly Metal Gates Into Stunning Street ArtSuper-Absorbent Nanosheets Suck Up Oil Spills Like a SpongeCheck out the New Trailer for “Powers” Season TwoK-Cups Get A $13.9 Billion PaydayThis Bike Light Is Always On Because It’s Powered By Your PedalingHow Tom Dixon Designed The World’s “Most Exclusive” Speakeasy350 Material Design Icons You Can Download For FreeThis Lego Color Chart Contains Every Color Lego That ExistsWhat Happened When A Design Agency Made A Twitter Bot Its Creative DirectorJoe Quesada On How Diversity Strengthens The Marvel UniverseA Tourist Map Of London’s BrutalismThe Best (And Blingiest) Highlights From Design MiamiThe Humble Newsstand, ReimaginedToronto Is Backing Up Its Electric Grid With Big Air Bags At The Bottom Of Lake OntarioAltered Egos: How Marvel Changed Its Landscape in 2015A Pentagram Designer Explores Her Family’s Escape From NazisWith Foster And Partners, R/GA Creates An Office For The Connected AgeWhy “Mission: Impossible” Is The Best-Directed Film FranchiseHave A Deadbeat Landlord? Now There Are Tech Tools To Help You Fight ThemThis Incredible Building Material Shoots Heat Into Space (So Buildings Need Less AC)How Montreal’s Creative Scene Got A Lift From A Fast-Growing Canadian Startup6 Strategies To Transform A Job You Hate Into One You LoveIs Stress As Deadly As We Believe?Listen To Comic Creators’ Advice On How To Be Successful In The ArtsThe One Thing You Should Be Doing At The Beginning Of Every MeetingEverything You Think You Know About Detecting Lies Is WrongNew Research Proves The Hidden Inequality Within The Gender Wage GapThese Are The Best Colleges For Future Female EntrepreneursHow To Start Planning Your Retirement While You’re Still In Your TwentiesWhat To Do After Agreeing To Your Boss’s Unreasonable RequestThree Reasons Why You Aren’t Reaching Your Full PotentialHow Google And Other Giant Corporations Are Going 100% RenewableJust How Many Airbnb Hotels Are There In NYC?How To Grow The Purpose-Driven WorkforceAll Amazon Wants For Christmas Is Its Own Trucking FleetNow You Can Buy Concert Tickets On FacebookToday in Law Tabs: What Was Privacy?Net Neutrality Is Back In Court AgainWhat If Ken Burns Made A Documentary About The (Marvel Comics) Civil War?Anonymous Hacks Paris Climate TalksThis New Bjork Video Was Shot Inside Of Her Actual MouthSamsung Launching Interactive, “Exploratory” VR Thriller For The Gear VRBritish Rail Reissues Its Iconic Midcentury Graphic Standards ManualsThis App Promises To Provide The Care For Depression Patients That Their Doctors Don’tHow Camper Is Designing An Even More Comfy Shoe Using Biomechanical TestingNo More Waiting For The FedEx Guy, This Handy Robot Delivers At Your LeisureAs Uber Seeks Another $2 Billion, Its Rivals Form AllianceA Data-Driven Approach To Designing The Perfect SwimsuitThe Ice Bucket Challenge Part 2: What Can We Learn From Why It Didn’t WorkIs This The Most Technologically Advanced Book Ever Published?Take The Fast Company News QuizWatch Your Favorite Movies Sing Adele’s “Hello”Pornhub’s SFW Holiday Ad Touts “The Most Touching Gift”Celebrity Experts Dash A Kid’s Russell Westbrook Dream In This New Foot Locker AdThe Magnificent Technicolor Bird Of Brooklyn Is Probably Going To Spend All Winter In The Big City7 Amazing British HousesHow Countess Jacqueline de Ribes Went From Style Icon To Couture DesignerIs Shame An Overlooked Design Tool?LeBron Really Drives A Kia, Old Navy Hits Portlandia: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekDo You Make Racist Comments Online? In Brazil, You Could End Up On A BillboardHow A Stage Design Legend Creates Sets For Beyonce, Lady Gaga, And Bruno MarsA Supercut of the Best Holiday MeltdownsYves Béhar-Backed Social Good Accelerator Reveals Inaugural ProjectsIndia’s Solar Ambitions Are Big, But So Are Its Ambitions For CoalWatch The Shifty Winner Of The 2015 European Bike Stealing ChampionshipsSarah Gadon, Who Plays A Young Princess Elizabeth, On Deconstructing IconsHow Video-Chat App Glide Got Deaf People TalkingHow To Innovate Within A Legacy BrandFree App Friday: Never, Ever Pay Full Price For AnythingThis New Web Browser Made Me Give Up Google ChromeSee The Animals That Have Already Died Off As The Pace Of Extinction Speeds UpThese Are The Most Empathetic Companies In The WorldYour Ultimate Guide To Saying “No” To People You Can’t Say “No” ToHow To Break Up With A Client Without Burning The BridgeWatch T-Pain’s Surprising Advice For Getting Over Creative BlockBuilding The Business Case For Doing Good7 Common Public Speaking Tips You Should IgnoreFrom Google Answering Your Emails To Sleeping In: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesLet Science Explain Why Your Coworkers Are Slackers7 Mistakes Startup Founders Make When Pitching InvestorsHow To Pay For Your Kids’ College And Still Have Enough Money To RetireThis Gene Could Extend Your Life By 25%Here’s Why The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Is An LLC, According To Zuck