Site Map > 2016 > April 22nd 2016 - April 29th 2016How To Buy A Paper Notebook That Brings You JoyEverything You Need To Know About AppleHow UNESCO Is Crowdsourcing The Preservation Of World HeritageTech Companies Lash Out At Supreme Court’s Warrant Rule ChangeThink You Know The News? Take The Fast Company QuizYouTube’s claims about the royalties it owes to musicians sound . . . curiousThis month, the Beyhive sent over 2 million tweets with lemon emojisNFL shooting VR video of the draftIt was a rollercoaster ride for the tech sector this weekTwitter investor makes the case for why companies should be more diverseRIP @MagicRecs: 2013-2016Would you trust Google with your health information?President Obama urges smart gun adoptionNBC strikes deal with Snapchat to share Olympic highlightsHuffington Post says editor made a “mistake” in Uber coverageThis Startup Just Solved One Of The Biggest Challenges Of BreastfeedingWeasel weasels its way into world’s most powerful particle acceleratorSupreme Court just gave the FBI a pass to hack remote computersHow A Solitary Confinement Experience Was Built In Virtual RealityTelegram CEO says those Google acquisition rumors are “bullshit”What you know probably won’t get you promotedLike vultures, fitness brands are capitalizing on Classpass’s price hikeHow One Creative Agency’s Side Project Ended Up In The Tribeca Film FestivalA New App Lets Kids Design Their Own GamesGoogle? 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Which has the best tech talent?Bromance movies are “infantile,” say brosNow you too can play the “woman card”Harvey Nichols Celebrates Vogue’s Centenary With A 100-Year-Old ModelMen Smash And Women Cry In This Supercut Of Mirror Scenes In MoviesThe Greatest Show On Earth’s Next Act: Reinvention in a Post-Elephant WorldYes, employers are reading your Facebook posts“Dog crate on steroids” now for rent on AirbnbThese Birdhouses Will Send Out A Signal If There’s A Forest FireListen to Edward Snowden’s new techno songPuma Created A Robot As Fast As Usain Bolt To Make Athletes BetterWhen Female Babies Cry, Men Discount Their DistressGoogle Launches New Hardware Division Under Former Head Of MotorolaKellogg’s Gets Ready For Rio 2016 With Team USA’s First-Time Olympians5 Tips For Creating Tension From “Green Room” Director Jeremy SaulnierThe $2 Trillion In Fossil Fuel Assets That Fail The 2-Degree Stress TestWhy Traffic Studies Make Our Cities Worse For EveryoneMorning intelligence“Zero Minutes Of Fame” Hides The Names Of Mass Shooters On The InternetNew Design Incubator Will Have You Building A Shippable Gadget In 8 WeeksThis Startup Lets Users “Sell” Their Own Shopping DataWhat Happens To Your Brain When It Hears A StoryEtsy makes big strides in hiring women yet lags on racial diversityThe Harvard Professor Who Is Digitizing ScentVideo Reduces Kung Fu To Its Essence, And It’s GorgeousWe’ve Been Approaching The Internet Of Things All WrongHow Sony Intends To Buck The Video Game-To-Movie Legacy With “Ratchet & Clank”“Gasland” Director Josh Fox’s New Documentary Explores The Emotional Side Of Climate ChangeXiaomi will start selling its Apple Watch competitor later this yearThese Extra-Efficient Elevators Almost Double The Amount Of People You Can MoveNoosa’s Playbook For Gaining Ground On Industry GiantsTalking Cats, Solitary Confinement, And Sports Trolls: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThis Modular Cricket Pod Lets You Create An Urban Insect FarmWhy Innovative Companies Like Google Are Letting Employees Craft Their Own JobsHow To Communicate With The Five Most Common Personality Types In Your OfficeThese Are The Companies With The Best Tech TalentThe 9 Things Recruiters Say Should Be In Your Thank-You NoteFrom Tech Curfews To Following Your Gut: April’s Top Leadership Stories4 Ways I’ve Learned To Stay In The Loop As CEO Without MicromanagingHow To Know Which Skills To Develop At Each Stage Of Your CareerHow Men’s Changing Friendships Might Reshape The WorkplaceSince 2013, Facebook has spent over $16 million to protect ZuckerbergMore proof that the world doesn’t need that many meal-delivery startupsInside the military’s drone training programThe unwelcome return of brain-dead Apple gloom-and-doomismMonthly subscriptions are the only way Amazon is courting low income Prime usersWell, that was quickYou may be able to watch live VR video from space in 2017Pandora lost users this quarter—but gained listening hoursReebok’s new campaign reminds you of your impending deathIs Amazon becoming a logistics company? Not yet…Samsung Shows Off A New Attitude In San Francisco This WeekColor Genomics is now offering a $249 hereditary cancer risk panelHow Jeffrey Katzenberg Created, Built, And Sold DreamWorks AnimationAmazon says India is a huge priority for its international expansionThe new Chromebook is thinner than the MacBookAmazon is going to ramp up its original content creationClassPass CEO surprised by backlash to recent price hikeLinkedIn now has 433 million usersJeff Bezos just made $6 billion in 20 minutesAmazon crushes its Q1 2016 earningsTwitter to App Store: Stop calling us a social networkReport: Alphabet in late talks to offer FIat Chrysler self-driving car techApple continues bulking up on encryption patentsWhen POTUS met FLOTUS: The “Southside With You” trailerInternet trolls love them some Carly FiorinaThe ‘Southside With You’ Trailer Is ‘Before Sunrise’ With Barack And Michelle ObamaElon Musk’s SpaceX wins its first-ever Air Force launch contractThe Elon Musk-backed OpenAI nonprofit created a “gym” for machine learning researchKabul hosts Afghanistan’s national female wheelchair basketball championshipsI don’t think you’re ready for this JellyOculus’ Luckey: VR offers small developers the chance to make a big impactCarl Icahn: I’m out of AppleUber reminds its customers that tips aren’t requiredArianna Huffington tells HuffPo staff that Uber board position won’t influence coverageCorporate Strategy Meets Awkward Adolescence In This Hilarious New Short FilmWhy Jake Barton Responds To Every Email He ReceivesReport: No one will face criminal charges for Doctors Without Borders hospital attackVenmo is handling a lot of your money—$3.2 billion in the last quarterTrump “demons” said to harass Sanders supporters in “Second Life”Biz Stone’s Jelly Is Back As A Crowdsourced Search EngineMapping The Stunning Complexity Of The World’s Shipping RoutesBarbara Boxer throws beautiful, beautiful shade at Carly FiorinaThe One Piece Of Tech That Tony Fadell Wants For The WorldIntroducing “Merdacotta,” A Wonderful New Material Made From Cow PoopWindows 10 upgrade interrupts live TV weather reportObama just burned both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in his own subtle wayDid You Know the Standard-Bearers For Audio Technical Excellence Were … Steely Dan?This Architecture Firm Is Turning VR Into The Next Great Productivity ToolThis quote from a hedge funder says it all about Yahoo’s problemsExplore The Seinfeld Universe In This Chart About NothingSnapchat’s user engagement is insane, say sourcesThe Ultimate Party Game For Design NerdsGatorade Salutes Peyton Manning With “Dear Peyton” LettersMorning intelligenceMass Government Surveillance Is Chilling To Online DissentMapping The Disturbingly High Rates Of Food Insecurity In America7 Ways You Can Be Your Own Career CoachFacebook just beat its highest share price to dateInfosys Foundation wants all kids to learn computer scienceSamsung had a strong first quarterHow Smart Cans Are Making Garbage Pickup Cheaper And Less SmellyDriverless Buses Are Coming To Public-Transit-Phobic Beverly Hills3-D Printed Cheese Is Just Another Step Toward The High-Tech Future Of FoodApple releases a statement on the dead employee found at its headquartersHow Facebook’s Stock Split Lets Mark Zuckerberg Keep ControlHere’s how Zuckerberg keeps control of Facebook after the proposed stock splitHow Prince Got The Media To Use His Custom SymbolWhat Arabic Type Reveals About How Experts See The WorldThe Latest In Prison Education? Design ThinkingMeet The Ex-Architect Building Chatbots At Microsoft (Including That Racist Jerk, Tay)The global smartphone market has declined for the first time in historyISIS is merging hacker groups into a “United Cyber Caliphate” armyBehind The Politely Savage Patriarchal Parody Of “Dad Magazine”5 Ways Marijuana Will Change As It Becomes A Mainstream ProductComcast more than triples data caps to 1TBWhy So Many Doctors Are Advising StartupsThese Are The 10 Best Sustainable Buildings Of 2016Say goodbye to the real world; Minecraft arrives on Oculus for Gear VRUber will soon fine riders who are two minutes lateThe Important Statistics That Are Missing From Most Diversity ReportsWhy It’s Better To Work With Someone Who Is Your Polar OppositeWhy Your Single Minority Candidate Has Statistically No Chance Of Being HiredHow The Most Successful People Constantly Question Their Strongest BeliefsHow Working At The Same Company For 34 Years Made Me A Better CEOA Foolproof Guide For Handling Condescending Coworkers4 Ways To Finish Team Projects Successfully And On Time, Every TimeWill a teenager build your next health app?Apple’s First CareKit Apps Are HereThe only true unicorn?Samsung is working on a phone-free VR headsetVreal lets users watch live VR gaming from afar79% of Facebook’s Q1 2016 revenue came from mobile adsSamsung says it’ll work on connected-home basics in 2016High Fidelity launching its open VR system in betaSnapchat’s speed filter blamed for teenager’s traumatic brain injuryFacebook now has 1.65 billion monthly usersApp Store Coming To Meta’s Fancy AR SystemWhy Comcast Buying DreamWorks Animation Is A Major Threat To DisneyTed Cruz’s grand diversionary tacticLet’s all settle in for six months of the “woman card” debateSamsung uses “Otto” personal assistant bot to demo IoT toolsGerman nuclear plant infected with computer virusesNintendo isn’t quite what it used to beOliver Stone’s “Snowden” trailer is hereSilicon Valley college introduces first-ever VR/AR certificateSymantec debuts a new diversity publication on MediumProcter & Gamble Once Again Shows How Moms Make Olympic Athletes StrongSamsung talks up new VR dev toolsMuslim Weightlifter Amna Al Haddad Smashes Stereotypes In Inspiring New Nike AdSamsung Connect Auto makes dumb cars smartBody reportedly found at Apple headquartersEntrepreneur known for female viagra pill wants to invest in tech for womenFitbit dives deeper into medical researchSamsung: We’re becoming a software and services companyAt This Art Gallery, The Floors Are More Important Than The WallsAt last, a tampon emojiThis Quake-Proof Japanese Building Uses A Net Of Rods To Prevent ShakingSpaceX planning Mars mission as soon as 2018Cigarette Smokers Are In Denial About Their ButtsSorry New Yorkers, ClassPass is now as expensive as EquinoxThe Trailer for Oliver Stone’s “Snowden” Is Finally HereCourt rules Amazon liable for kids’ in-app purchasesA Radical Cartographer Visualizes Slavery In AmericaThis Infographic Unearths the Truth Behind Famous Literary PseudonymsTinder flirts with group matching10 Buildings That Prove Solar Can Be BeautifulYou’ll never believe who just joined Uber’s boardThis Pedigree Experiment Proves Your Dog Really Does Help Your HeartTopshop is searching for wearable-tech entrepreneursYahoo makes deal with activist StarboardThis New Kind Of Credit Score Is All Based On How You Use Your Cell PhoneMicrosoft just bought synthetic DNA from genetics startup Twist—to store digital dataCould Air Farting Be The Next Big Thing In Sports? Of Course Not, But It’s A Great AdHow Dyson Invented A $399 Hairdryer With Nuclear TechIs A $15 National Minimum Wage Actually Feasible?Here comes another antitrust complaint against GoogleHave We Reached Peak Standing Desk?Morning intelligenceNew York’s Newest Urban Farm Will Float Down The Hudson RiverSecurity Vs. UX: How To Reconcile One Of The Biggest Challenges In Interface DesignThe Kind Way To SuccessBMW Redesigns The Wheelchair For High-Speed ParalympiansLove And Sex Are A Swipe Away But Finding Friends Digitally Is Still HardAdorable Story Of “Goldivox” Encourages People To Donate Their Voice To Help OthersA Debate Is Raging In The Museum World—And Design Is At The CenterMidcentury Modernism’s Unsung Power CoupleSesame Workshop is now powered by WatsonTexting Doesn’t Kill People—Driving DoesAuthor and Comedian Sara Benincasa On Becoming An Artist Without Going BrokeMars Will Tell You Which Foods Are Good For “Everyday” Or “Occasional” EatingThis New Car-Free Neighborhood Redesigns SuburbiaWhat It’s Like To Use A Chatbot To Apply For JobsA Simple Brain Hack That Boosts Workplace EngagementInside Three Companies That Are Innovating Flexible SchedulesHow Not To Let Early Success Get The Best Of YouFour Quick Tips For Speaking More ConfidentlyHow Social Media Is Quietly (Yet Radically) Changing The Way We Buy Stuff6 Ways To Squeeze More Money Out Of Your JobMeet The New CEO Of The $22 Billion Genomics Company You’ve Never Heard OfVive maker HTC launches $100 million VR acceleratorComcast may be about to double down on animationDonald Trump’s campaign is being sued for texting too muchPrescription drug prices are rising like crazyYou know when your burrito falls apart two bites in? That’s what today’s Chipotle earnings call felt likeAmazon reportedly in talks to create VR contentKey takeaways from Apple’s earnings reportChipotle reveals exactly how much its public image suffered in the wake of illness outbreakHere’s how you too can join the 2% (of Twitter users)Here’s everything Chipotle gave away for free to try to win back customersApple says doctors are using iPads to “communicate more effectively”Apple CEO Tim Cook: The Apple Watch has “saved lives”But Apple still has $233,000,000,000 in the bankApple iPhone sales decline for the first time everTwitter says just 2% of users have opted out of new algorithmic timelinePostmates is doing just fine, avoiding the so-called on-demand apocalypseMany NFL players have low blood flow to brain, study saysWhat to expect from Facebook’s Q1 earnings reportWhy Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” Just Isn’t Enough to Save TIDALKristen Bell And Dax Shepard Get An Animated Love Story In Their Samsung FridgeIt’s 2016. How are we still not teaching computer science in American public schools?The FBI still hasn’t decided if it will reveal San Bernardino iPhone vulnerability to ApplePillPack vs Express Scripts: The saga is overApple expands trade-in program to customers who bought iPhones onlineMore Than “Mean Tweets”: Female Sportswriters Stare Down Vicious Online HarassmentAbout.com evolves30 Years After Chernobyl, This VR Project Brings You Inside The DisasterAnker Powerhouse Is A Phone Charger For A Real EmergencyUber added a feature that makes it easier for its drivers to find the nearest, cheapest gas stationChobani’s hero owner gives workers hundreds of millions in stockThis drone can shoot 4K video—indoorsThis Shocking Video Highlights The Harassment Women In Sports Face OnlineThe Tinder Age gets its STD testGoogle and Uber formed a coalition to convince us self-driving cars are not scaryShorter, unskippable ads are coming to YouTubeVintage Photos of New York Come To Life In This 3-D AnimationBad news, women graduates: You’ll make $4 less than menZaha Hadid’s First Posthumous Win: An Office Park In Russia’s Silicon Valley4 things you should know before Amazon’s Q1 earnings are revealed this weekHow Ex-Top Gear Hosts Plan To Create A Next-Generation Media PlatformThis App Gives You Trippy Super-Hearing Powers Through Your EarbudsYour Old Cell-Phone Batteries Could Power Solar Lamps For 3 YearsMorning intelligenceThe Wildlife In Chernobyl Might Be Radioactive–But It Seems To Be ThrivingSpaceX alums launch new companyWhat Does The New CRISPR-Edited Mushroom Mean For Agriculture?See Which Parts Of The World Still Run On Fossil Fuels With This Interactive MapThis Third-Generation Electric Bike Takes The Hell Out Of CommutingIntroducing Hover, An AI-Powered Indoor-Safe Camera DroneInside Pandora’s Plan To Reinvent Itself—And Beat Back Apple And SpotifyMost Uber drivers will only get $24 or less from the $100 million class-action settlementApple is laying off its contract recruiters, says VentureBeatIkea’s First Collaboration With A Fashion Designer Is Seriously WildA Good-Looking Solution To The Bike Commuter’s ConundrumHow To Design A Wearable For LeBron James5 Key Trends In Design LeadershipNokia is buying health tracking firm Withings for $192 millionThe FCC won’t allow Charter to put data caps on your broadband plan…yetAssassin’s Creed creator and Ubisoft settle lawsuitFlavor Is The Recipe For Love, According To New Knorr CampaignIf You’re Having Fun, You’re Doing It Wrong: Andrew Kevin Walker On ScreenwritingGerman city embeds traffic lights in the sidewalk so smartphone-addicted pedestrians don’t get run overGet A First-Person Look At Helping The World’s Poorest ChildrenHere’s A Toolkit For Creating A Loyal Instagram FollowingDating site that only allows beautiful people to become members gets hackedBreaking Down 2,000 Movies By Whether Men Or Women Speak MoreFacebook reminds users not to be close-minded jerks during election yearsWhy You Should Evaluate Job Offers Like An InvestorWhy Becoming Parents Makes People Better EmployeesThese Are The Industries With The Most JobsFour Ways Being Doubtful Can Make You More SuccessfulThe Three Rules Of Behavioral Economics That Can Lead To SuccessHow To Master The Art Of The Accidental CareerHow I’ve Built A Successful Career Without The Help Of A MentorTrying To Change Someone’s Mind Is Hopeless–Do This InsteadEncryption Fight: How Many Times Can The Government Cry Wolf?Showtime reveals full cast of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” revivalNYC Porn Film Festival hits New York in JuneLearning to code is cool. Getting a job is cooler…Google X chief: Most Moonshots are robotsReport says Apple Watch will go cellularObama rocks VR headset, shakes hands with Angela MerkelFacebook’s app ecosystem expands with a new stand-alone camera appApple sold twice as many Watches as iPhones in each product’s first yearThese Asian-American Rappers Are Pushing Past Stereotypes–But Is It Enough?This Gorgeous, Sustainable “Leather” Is Made From Pineapple WasteBest uses of Facebook Live, rankedDisney to use Nokia’s $60,000 360-degree camera for VR projectsHere’s Why You Never Get A Good Sleep The First Night In A New PlaceAdding private chat on Yik Yak sounds like a bad ideaBand Of Horses Debuted A New Song On a Fan’s Twitter Feed Because They Liked His NameGoogle Glass app nabs $17M from top hospitalsHow Self-Driving Cars Could Revolutionize Road TripsNow you can alert Twitter to multiple abusive tweets at onceHundreds of Spotify user names, passwords, and emails leakedPreteen YouTube Make-Up Tutorials Turn Sinister In These Child Rights PSAsThis Lyft ad seems to forget that using Lyft involves being in a carGizmodo editor hates his Apple WatchApple earnings tomorrow: What to watchGrimes Launches Campaign With Stella McCartney, Talks Sustainability In FashionWhat we’re watching for in Twitter’s Q1 earnings callBrazil’s Mosquito-Killing Billboard Uses Fake Human Sweat To Trap InsectsApple Music will sponsor Drake’s Summer Sixteen tourSmartThings wants to make smart home products “accessible, simple, and reliable”Why Some Movie Endings Are Just Way Better Than OthersConsider Tom Hanks Your Guide Through Hollywood’s MinefieldPayPal defends its all-male panel on gender equalityHere’s How Terrified Everyone Is Of Design Plagiarism NowWhy Do We Love Photos Of Things Organized Neatly?Idris Elba Asks People “What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?”Morning IntelligenceThe Growing Divide Between America’s Expensive And Expansive CitiesFinding Your Brand’s Personality—And VoiceChina Is Finding Ever Creepier Ways To Monitor Its CitizensHelp Rescue Workers In Ecuador By Mapping Earthquake Damage From Your LaptopNaya Health does the impossible: creates pretty breast pump88% Of Americans Will Soon Find The Weather Quite UnpleasantFreshly is expanding its meals-not-quite-on-demand strategyA Hillary Clinton super PAC has formed a task force to combat online trollsThe U.S. has begun “dropping cyberbombs” on ISISHow Do You Redesign The Simpsons?Your Chief Design Officer Is Not A SaviorA Closer Look At Minimalism Today—No Helvetica AllowedHere’s the new logo for the 2020 Olympics in TokyoSean Parker on why the world needs a new social networkInformation on 87 million voters in Mexico was publicly available on an Amazon serverWhat I Gained When I Threw In The Towel On Family DinnerWhy Any Job Can Teach You Executive Leadership Skills5,000-year-old “Ötzi the Iceman” mummy gets replicated via a 3-D printer7 Maps That Will Change How You Think About Global PoliticsHow Drones Are Changing The Lives Of Their PilotsAs Drone Warfare Evolves, So Does Its EthicsMeet The New Mavericks: An Inside Look At America’s Drone Training ProgramWhich Degree Will Make You A Better Leader?6 Leadership Lessons From The Presidential Primaries7 Moments Of Wasted Time In Your Day And How To Fill ThemWhy Facebook Is One Of Your Most Important Job Search ToolsThis Minor Work Habit Is Burning You Out For No Good Reason3 Steps For Dealing With An Annoyingly Competitive CoworkerFive Ways To Keep Small Teams Efficient12 Brilliant Design Ideas For Small Offices (And Small Budgets)“Game of Thrones” fans getting error message on HBO NowDOJ abandons another attempt to force Apple to hack into an iPhoneChina Shut Down Apple’s Book And Movie Services. 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