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Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Will Be Led By Leukemia Survivor Greg SimonThe Possessions Kurt Cobain Left BehindMark Zuckerberg Jogs Through Beijing Smog“Sound of Change” Aims To Bring Street Musicians’ Work To A Global AudienceAn Emirati Designer Reinvents An Icon Of Islamic ArtThis Billboard In London Doubles As A Vegetable GardenManaged By Q Gives 5% Of Company To Its CleanersAll Parents Need This Non-Existent AppLevi’s Short Doc Series Celebrates The Work, Style, And Rebellious Legacy Of The 501The U.K. Jumps On The Soda Tax BandwagonA Great Way To Measure A Candidate’s Capacity For Empathy During A Job InterviewLove Sleep? Don’t Have KidsAll You Need To Know About This Year’s VR-Heavy Game Developers ConferenceThink You Know The News? Take The Fast Company QuizStripe Is Going To Help Cuban Startups Do Business In The U.S.How Better Parental Leave Policies Could Solve An Impending Demographic CrisisWatch America’s Most Patriotic Bald Eagles Hatch, Live!Calvin Klein Will Periscope Live-Stream Its Fall Ad CampaignEverlane’s First Brick-And-Mortar Shop Is A Minimalist WonderlandWhy Sean Parker’s “Screening Room” Is Dividing HollywoodThe Lush Art Of Azuma Makoto, Who Launched Flowers Into SpaceWhy “So Sad Today” Is The Only Twitter Book That Might Save LivesWatch A Team Of Teeny-Tiny Robots Tow A 3,900-Pound CarThis New Brooklyn Grocery Is Designed For Zero WasteFBI Warns That Car Hacking Is A Threat To Be Taken SeriouslyAmazon Should Allow Shareholder Vote On Gender Pay, SEC SaysApple Engineers Might Quit If Ordered To Unlock iPhone For FBIWho Better To Guide Your Career Than Hollywood Survivor Lea Thompson?Olivia Wilde Has Down Syndrome, Cookie Monster Has An iPhone: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekHow 10 Architects Used The Same Box Of 1,200 White LegosCan An App Save London From Its Parking Nightmare?Adobe XD Is A Slick UX Design Tool With Zero Learning CurveMIT’s Not-So-Crazy Plan To Get Rid Of StoplightsWalking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman Has A New Show About Demonic PossessionWhen Tragedy Struck, She Chose To Found Her Startup Closer To HomeFilmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky On The Surprisingly Robust Myth Of The SlendermanFor Syrian Mother’s Day, This Project Is Helping Refugees Send Messages Home To MomNorton Explores The Web’s Dark Side In Compelling Short DocWhy The Internet Of Things Might Never Speak A Common LanguageThe Insider’s Guide To Landing A Book DealNew Job-Matching Tool Uses Personality Traits Rather Than SkillsThe Seven Flaws Of FlextimeFrom Google’s Time Management To Shorter Emails: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesHow My Art Degree Has Made Me A Better Tech CEOHow Do You Keep A Startup Mind-Set In Hypergrowth Mode?Five Ways Working More Slowly Can Boost Your ProductivityAlphabet May Sell Famed Robotics Firm Boston DynamicsAlphabet And Feds To Partner On Free Wi-Fi And Traffic AnalyticsKickstarter Gets Serious About Music’s Fuzzy FutureDenmark Tops The List Of The Happiest Countries In The WorldFlow, A New City Analytics Platform From Alphabet, Is Coming To Unclog Urban CongestionGoogle Could Beat Apple At Fashion–Just Like It Did PhonesBar Rescue’s Jon Taffer Explains Why Manipulation Isn’t A Dirty Word In BusinessLet’s Get Rid Of Guantanamo And Make It A Nature Is Still A Hotbed For Prostitution Ads During SXSWThis Crazy Spiked Vest Protects Tiny Pets From Coyote AttacksKeegan-Michael Key Talks About Managing The Balance Of Art And BusinessShould Hospitals Use Starbucks-Style Loyalty Programs?Katherine Heigl Is A Cat Therapist In These New Cat’s Pride Kitty Litter AdsUber Offers Drivers Instant Pay In Pilot ProgramNicolas Winding Refn Gets Trippy For New Hennessy AdFeds Block Some Hoverboard Imports Over Segway PatentTwitter’s Algorithmic Timeline Is Here To StayCo.Create is Hiring A Staff EditorBrat-Pack Scribe Bret Easton Ellis Takes On The Art WorldSee How Studio Ghibli Brings the World’s Oldest Manga to LifeAn “American Idol” For Podcasters: Introducing Radiotopia’s “Podquest” CompetitionYour Clothes Come Violently, Inventively Alive In This Stop-Motion Animated ShortThe Whimsical Language Of Comics Adapted To Furniture DesignThe Health Of Every County In America, Ranked And MappedWith 33 Employees, Nextbit Hopes To Succeed In Ways That Smartphone Giants Can’tPrivacy Concerns Raised About New York City’s Free Wi-FiHow Your Early Childhood Affects Your Path ForwardThe Best Scientific Image Of The Year Was A Hand-Painted WatercolorSlacklash: Group Messaging Apps Are Stressing Some People OutApple Infringed On Video Streaming Patents, Rules German CourtGoogle Inks Cloud Computing Services Deal With AppleA 1966 Texas Tragedy Is Recreated Through Rotoscope Animation In Stunning Doc “Tower”There’s Another Race To The Moon Underway—And J.J. Abrams Is Making It PersonalApple Expected To Trot Out New Watchbands, OS UpdatesTour The Makeshift Cities Of North Dakota’s Oil BoomWhy You Should Never Trust Polling Results, VisualizedDesigning An App For People With Severe Mental IllnessFord’s Quest To Remake Itself Into A Master Of UXThe Inhabitants Of This Louisiana Island Are Being Relocated–Because Of Climate ChangeForget Someday—Harley-Davidson Wants You To Become A Biker Right NowWhen Data—Not Humans—Guide VC Funding, More Women WinPaul Reubens And Paul Rust On The Five-Year Journey Of “Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday”How To Be A Better Friend, Even When You’re BusyHow The Master’s Degree Became The New Bachelor’s In The Hiring WorldWhy Are Women-Owned Small Businesses Only Getting 5% Of Government Contracts?Why The Most Effective Managers Don’t (Just) Set GoalsSix Practical Ways To Put Your Work Stress Back Into PerspectiveTwo Reasons Why You Keep Making Mediocre HiresThree Social Media Mistakes That Can Disqualify You For A JobHere’s Why Your Experienced Team Keeps Making The Same MistakesChipotle Considers Scaling Back New Food Safety Measures: ReportStartups, Researchers Look To The Apple Watch To Identify Those At Risk For StrokesNike’s Self-Lacing Shoes Are Here, But They’re Not What You ExpectNike Introduces HyperAdapt, Its First Self-Lacing Shoe For ConsumersE-Commerce Gets Its Own Consumer Price IndexA Radical Approach To SXSW: No Booze#GhostVote Wants You To Dedicate Your Vote To The Silenced Victims Of Gun ViolenceIs SXSW Keeping It Real?“West Wing” Commentary Podcast Makes Us Ask Why All Commentary Tracks Aren’t PodcastsBaltimore’s Virtual Supermarkets Bring Fruits And Veggies To Food DesertsMIT’s New Battery Runs On SugarThis Is What People Really Think Of Your ResuméInstagram Will Become More Like Facebook, With Algorithmic FeedIntrusive Thoughts: An Entrepreneur Takes On The Pain And Stigma Of Mental IllnessHere’s The First Of Many Ads Starring Calatrava’s WTC Transit HubA Simple Piece Of Plastic Could Slash Pancreatic Cancer Death RatesFirst Look: Google’s New, More Subdued HeadquartersThe Trickery Of Food Photography, RevealedMerrick Garland Is Obama’s Nominee To The Supreme CourtAdult Swim Once Again Gets Freaky With Its Latest “Too Many Cooks”-Style Short FilmOlivia Wilde Portrays A Girl With Down Syndrome In This Stunning New PSABeyond the Cloud: Exploring Our Hyper-Connected FutureFord Tests Data-Driven App To Tell You Where To ParkInside The Groovy Universe Of Midcentury Legend Alexander GirardThe Worrying Thoughts That Keeps Barbara Bush Up At NightNow It’s Possible To Link A Heat Wave Or Drought To Climate Change, In Real TimeMicrosoft Previews Actiongram, Its HoloLens Movie Maker AppThis Coffee Cart-On-A-Bike Franchise Cleans The Air As It BrewsCo.Create Is Hiring A Social Media ProducerCo.Exist Is Hiring A Social Media ProducerCo.Design Is Hiring A Social Media ProducerFast Company Is Hiring A Social Media ProducerGoogle Reveals How Many Requests To Its Sites Are Now EncryptedSnapchat Hires Pandora Exec As New VP Of ProductHow Graphic Designers Are Protesting TrumpApple Expected To Unveil Another Business-Friendly iPadHarvard Invents Structures That Instantly Transform ThemselvesA Guide To The Hidden Language Of Manhole CoversIn Defense Of “Beautiful” DesignOne Chinese Architect’s Quest To Easternize American CitiesCities Say Uber And Lyft Are “Gap Fillers” In Public TransitWhy Clothing Startups Are Returning To American FactoriesHow “The Americans” Keeps The Jennings Family RealBehind NatGeo’s Search For God In Religion And ScienceWhy Employees And Management Have Such Different Ideas About Company CultureHow Your Brain Reacts To ChangeWhy We Need To Stop Thinking Of Getting Fired As A Bad ThingThis Googler Explains How To Design Your Time Rather Than Manage It4 Reasons Why Chitchat Might Not Be A Meeting Killer After AllWhen To Walk Away From The Negotiating TableHere’s How Self-Centeredness Can Make You More ConsiderateHow To Get A Job Offer At The End Of Your InternshipApple Says The Feds Don’t Understand Tech Issues In The iPhone Encryption CaseSony’s PlayStation VR To Cost Less Than Oculus Rift, HTC Vive At LaunchMedium Launches Curated “Collections” Of PostsThe Human Touch: How to Make Big Data PersonalUber And Lyft Want To Turn You–And Your Neighbors–Into Uber And Lyft DriversThe 4-Inch iPhone Expected To Debut At Apple’s EventUber Goes All In On Food Delivery With Standalone UberEATS AppHow Social Media Is Transforming Medical Care In The Developing WorldAs VR Goes Mainstream, SXSW And GDC Invest In Exclusive VR TracksDaan Roosegaarde’s Latest: Turning Wind Turbines Into Light ArtWhy 20 Top Ad Agencies Joined Forces For Public GoodSubtly Track Your Schedule On Your Wrist With The Ingenious Calendar WatchWhy American Greetings Had Questlove Spin Vinyl In A Room Full Of Typewriters At SXSWRooster McConaughey Shows Us Around SXSW…And It’s HilariousIs Bjarke Ingels Just Trolling Us Now?Brazil’s Mosquito Factory Wages War On Zika And DengueNorway’s Plan To Get Rid Of Cars Involves A New Billion-Dollar Bike HighwayLee Pace Is An Angry Mountain For Conservation InternationalPigeons With Backpacks Are Live-Tweeting London’s Air Pollution LevelsIt’s Time To Take On Your Lazy Co-Workers, With A Little Help From Amanda FreitagIkea’s Newest Product Introduces Hydroponics To Mainstream AmericaGet Your First Taste Of Seth Rogen’s R-Rated, Animated “Sausage Party”To Save The Economy, We Have To Break Its One Sacred RuleShyp’s eBay Integration Fixes A Major Hassle Of Making Money Off Your Unwanted StuffEtsy’s New Paid Parental Leave Policy Is Designed To Counteract Gender BiasA New Kidney Transplant Procedure Makes All Donors CompatibleWhole Foods And Walmart Shoppers Actually Spend The Same AmountNow The Justice Department Suggests It May Demand Apple’s “Source Code”These Are The Best Cities For Minority-Owned BusinessesResearchers Create “Cyborg Heart Patch”Lyft And GM Are Starting A Car Rental Service TogetherThe Man Behind Ikea’s World-Conquering Flat-Pack DesignHow Retailers Will Survive In The Amazon EraThe Final Frontier Of Historic Preservation? SpaceHollywood’s Golden Age, As Photographed By Charles EamesThe World Changing Ideas Of 2016Your Data Footprint Is Affecting Your Life In Ways You Can’t Even ImagineHow Michael Showalter And Sally Field Kept “Hello, My Name Is Doris” FunnyFixing Mental Health In The Workplace Requires A Lot More Than A Yoga RoomWhat If We Paid People To Vote?What Happens When We Become A Cashless Society?CRISPR Is Going To Revolutionize Our Food System—And Start A New War Over GMOsWelcome To The Post-Work EconomyThe Future Of Progressive Business Is Companies That Are Good, Not Just Doing GoodHow The Technology Behind Bitcoin Is Going To Change The Lives Of The Bottom BillionCan We Save Ourselves From The End Of Antibiotics–Or Have The Superbugs Already Won?Refugees Will Revitalize The Economy–If We Let ThemThe Life-Changing Magic Of Shorter EmailsHow To Rebuild A Burned BridgeWhat An Upcoming U.S. Government Survey Will Mean For FreelancersWhy Women Get Less Out Of Networking Than Men (And What To Do About It)This Kind Of Music Can Make You More Agreeable, Says ScienceWhy 2016 Is The Year Of The Hybrid JobLike The Maid In “The Jetsons,” iRobot’s Braava Will Mop The FloorsNod Wants To Give You Control Over Virtual WorldsSony’s Streaming Cable TV Service Is Going NationalMore Startups Are Emerging To Take On Internet TrollsGet Ready To Stream Movies With Gogo’s New In-Flight Wi-Fi ServiceHow Imgur Became An Image-Sharing, Meme-Generating MegacommunityNew $20K Honda Civic Can Drive Itself (Sometimes)Get A 360-Degree Look Inside War-Torn Syria From Amnesty InternationalThe Original Mac Now Makes Sweet Waffles, TooClosing the Digital Divide: How Data and Technology are Accelerating Social GoodFrom Jean Nouvel, A Smarter Way To Put Greenery On Tall BuildingsWatch As This Mesmerizing Digital Portrait Paints ItselfAttack Of The 30-Foot Mural Commemorating Kim Kardashian’s Nude SelfieMeet Viv, The “Giant Brain” From The Creator Of SiriHow Much Do You Know About SXSW?The Best Of Ken Adam, The Legendary Set Designer Behind “007”Apple Vs. The FBI: What’s At StakeBuzzFeed Launches New Cross-Platform Ad FormatHow To Shop For A Backpack You Can Wear To WorkThe Cast Of “Game Of Thrones” Lend Their Voices To The Syrian Refugee CrisisLet John Oliver Break Down The Apple Encryption Controversy For YouSee 8 Movie Scenes Next To The Paintings That Inspired ThemThis Green, Light-Filled Office Makes You Feel Like You’re Working OutdoorsTracking Your Leisure Activities Makes Them Feel Like WorkScientists Scare The Crap Out Of Raccoons To Save Ecosystems Raccoons DestroyThis Smart Jacket Warms You Up At The Touch Of A ButtonSony’s Projector Turns Surfaces Into Interactive TabletopsHoney Nut Cheerios Wants You To Help Save Canada’s Bee PopulationAmazing Stroller Collapses To Fit In A Large HandbagFacebook, Google, Snapchat, And WhatsApp To Expand User Data EncryptionThis Urn Turns You Into A Potted Tree After You DieTeen Wins A Quarter Million Dollars At Inaugural World Drone PrixA Hyperloop Ticket Will Be “Cheaper Than A Subway”The Right Way To Deal With Aging StadiumsHow Japanese Architects Rejected StarchitectureFinding The Hidden Pockets Of Humanity In Urban “Under Spaces”Nick Kroll, Jenny Slate, and Zoe Kazan On Why Comedians Work Well In DramasIdeo Reimagines The Future Of Planned ParenthoodThis Munich Parking Lot Will Soon Be Covered By Affordable HousingIs Gender Equality A Design Problem?Rebranding The American ManThese $150,000 Prefab Houses Don’t Need Any Energy From The GridFinger Tutting Casts A Spell On Syfy’s “The Magicians”WeWork’s Communal Living Experiment, WeLive, Is Your College Dorm On Steroids5 Methods To Make Sure 24-Hour Work Access Doesn’t Ruin Your Personal LifeWhat Happened When 13 Workers Quit Email For A WeekHow “Blind Recruitment” Works And Why You Should Consider ItDoes The President Need To Be Likable To Be Effective?How I Turned Two Rejections By Microsoft Into A Successful Career ThereWhy Are So Many Managers Afraid Of Talking To Their Employees?Setting Goals Might Be Preventing You From Actually Changing AnythingFive Rules For Managing Intergenerational TeamsAdam Neumann’s $16 Billion Neo-Utopian Play To Turn WeWork Into WeWorld“Mr. Robot” Put A 100-Foot Coney Island Ferris Wheel Over Downtown Austin For SXSW60% Of Women Polled At SXSW Have Received Unwanted Sexual Attention In Their OfficesSXSW’s Online Harassment Summit Nods At The Problem, But Finds Few Real SolutionsMark Duplass On Finding The Empathetic Heart Of Your ProjectAdblock Plus To Make Nice With Advertisers With New, Friendlier AppGrowing Up Bushnell: The First Family Of FunDanny Meyer On The Picky Customers That Changed His LifeSource: Members Of Congress Dismayed By FBI Director’s Lack Of Tech KnowledgeShould You Get Paid For Your DNA?Obama Delivers Subtle Blow Against Apple In Encryption FightApple Event Live Coverage: iPhone SE, New iPad Pro, Cheaper Apple Watch