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Tony Fadell Leaves NestNest co-founder and CEO Tony Fadell is leaving the companyFacebook is testing a font developed by Apple in the 1980sThe New Video From Band Of Horses Is Also Branded Content For SonosGoogle pulls anti-Semitic Chrome extensionApp building tool gives free accounts to 30K studentsTired of Bratz and Barbies? Here’s an ‘American Girl’-like  doll of the month programInstagram is about to begin reshuffling everybody’s photosSnapchat reportedly buys tech for 3-D selfiesThe countries where social-good startups are most and least commonFBI accused of spying on defense lawyers by accessing their photocopiesHere’s why the price of bitcoin has more than doubled since last yearGoogle researcher calls for “big red button” to turn off AISantiago’s Subway Will Soon Be The First To Run On Mostly Solar And Wind PowerAlec Baldwin Puts His Dramatic Delivery To The Test In Fun U.K. Telco AdDon’t know how to use your connected thermostat? Target wants to helpMalcolm Gladwell’s new podcast tackles basketball legends, outsiders, and discriminationWatch SpaceX’s latest ocean rocket landingEver wondered why pot is classed as a performance-enhancing drug?Starbucks Issues First-Of-Its-Kind Bond To Finance Its Sustainability OperationsThis Is The Only Stop-Motion Short About A Morose Cannibal You Will Ever NeedWhy Do Some People Have “Skin Orgasms” When They Listen To Music?Tinder expects paying subscribers to double by year’s endVisa will debut payment jewelry at 2016 Rio OlympicsEx-Nest employee alleges he was fired in Google “witch hunt” over critical memesGoogle’s self-driving cars are learning to honk their hornsMorning intelligenceMoog Let Its Engineers Spend 10 Months On An Art ProjectBirchbox bets on retail stores to help it finally make a profitGender pay gap extends to kids’ allowances, survey findsSeamless adds Apple Pay to make ordering even fasterBurning All The Fossil Fuels In The Ground Would Create An Uninhabitable PlanetWhy China’s Biggest App Has Sputtered Everywhere ElseThe FBI is working on “tattoo recognition technology” to profile people, says EFFCoors Light’s 360-Degree Action, Dos Equis’ Interesting Index: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekJapan authorizes Uber to help the elderly get aroundAppifying Philanthropy, So You Can Check The Impact Of Your Donation On Your PhoneBain Capital plans to take cybersecurity firm Blue Coat public amid risky IPO marketUber is aiming to overtake Didi as the largest ride-sharer in China by next yearThese Secret Trackers Map Where E-Waste Really GoesAs flood waters rise in Paris, the Louvre is moving 250,000 works of art to higher groundApple’s health team recruits Rajiv Kumar, a highflier at Stanford Children’s HealthHow Copa America Is Selling Itself To American Sports FansWhy Chicago Is Becoming The Country’s Urban Farming CapitalThe Counterintuitive (But Effective) Way To Score A Raise5 Things To Do This Weekend To Make Monday The Most Productive Day Of The WeekThe Pros and Cons Of New Unconventional Leadership StylesDespite Other Evidence, Hiring Managers Are Biased Toward Graduates From Top CollegesHow I’ve Learned To Lead As An Introverted CEOFrom Email Hacks To Landing The Job Offer: This Week’s Top Leadership Stories5 Steps For Turning “Let’s Get A Coffee” Into A Productive Career MoveHow To Cancel Plans Without Making EnemiesTired of Bratz and Barbies? Here’s an ‘American Girl’-like  doll of the month programProtesters taunt and attack Trump supporters after rally in San JoseWalmart Will Test Grocery Delivery With Uber And LyftWalmart to test grocery delivery with Uber and LyftApple Quietly Hires One of Its Best HealthKit AmbassadorsThe trend continues: founder-CEO departures in med-techMichael Shannon Shares The Secret To Maintaining A Career In HollywoodSamsung’s New Gear Fit2 Fitness Band Declares Independence From The SmartphoneMeet The Cast of Improv Comedy “Don’t Think Twice”Apple is having a widespread services outage right nowGawker CEO Nick Denton explains why Silicon Valley billionaires are more powerful than congressmenAt long last, Paul Ryan endorses TrumpUber’s Trouble In New York City Won’t End With Drivers GuildCheck Out The 72 New Emojis Coming Soon To Your Phone KeyboardComic Books As R&D: How Hasbro Is Road-Testing Its Cinematic Universe In PrintBloomThat wants to make flower deliveries less expensiveTinder will soon be more trans-friendly, says CEO Sean RadHyatt hotels say ‘bye bye’ to greasy room serviceFacebook heard your criticisms of Safety CheckThe Organizers Of Fight For $15 Now Must Fight For Their Own UnionThis Talking Lumber Puppet May Actually Make You Care About WoodSure, Why Not? McDonald’s Is Giving Away An 18-Karat Gold McNugget In JapanTech titans call out Thiel for attacking journalism—in front of a room full of journalistsBritish Poet Shreds Attitudes On Breast Feeding In Stunning Short FilmIDC: Tablet shipments will decline almost 10 percent in 2016In just 12 hours, Stephmoji became the best-selling emoji on the App StoreAlgorithms vs. IRL: How do you discover new music?Snapchat just overtook Twitter in daily usersThis Sleek Desktop Greenhouse Uses Plants To Clean Your Office AirIf You’re Giving Kids A Healthy Choice For Lunch You’ve Already FailedExpect iPhone prices to drop in the next few years#TBT: A Look Back At The Lonely Island’s Earliest VideosWhat Would Happen If 40 Million Americans Defaulted On Their Student Loans?See The First New Avalanches Music Video In 16 YearsUberBike is not quite what it sounds likeJapanese messaging app Line is reportedly going public in JulyApple Pay isn’t faring well outside the U.S.Lululemon has “lost its way,” founder saysMorning intelligenceAmazon cracks down on sellers who pay cash for fake product reviewsThe Forgotten Space Under This Sao Paulo Highway Will Become A Hanging Garden And ParkFacebook gets down with diversity and girl power with 1,500 new emojiIntel’s CEO has cancelled his planned fundraiser for Donald TrumpFollow A Company On Twitter? Get Ready For Personalized DMs From BrandsWhy You Won’t See This Traffic-Straddling “Bus” In The U.S. Anytime SoonAmid fraud probe, SolarCity approved for $485 million in funding by New York stateAardman Animations And Rapt Media Aim To Make Interactive Content More EmotionalThis Ultra-Sustainable Public School Will Have Its Own Urban FarmHere’s How A Month Of Zen Meditation Changed My LifeFrom AI to Trump: Elon Musk’s views on everything8 Productivity Habits Of The Most Successful FreelancersHow Much You Make Impacts How Much You Support DiversityWhere The 2016 Presidential Candidates Stand On Health Care4 Ways Rapid Job Hopping Can (Still) Hurt Your CareerHow Asserting Yourself (The Right Way) Can Also Help Your TeamHow I’ve Learned To Overcome Setbacks In My Life And CareerSiemens Is Building An Army Of Collaborative Spider Robot Factory WorkersThe Giving Pledge Expands To China With Its Latest Round Of Philanthropic BillionairesApple super-reporter Mark Gurman is going to work for BloombergHealth-tech startup Pager is pivoting to be more “scalable”What’s Jack Dorsey’s #StayWoke T-shirt mean?Uber gets $3.5 billion from Saudi ArabiaThe Amazon Echo’s sales–and smarts–are explodingRansomware Attacks Are Still On The Rise, Experts WarnAnd the prize for most creative use of Facebook Live goes to…Facebook upgrades human users to peopleData And Wearables Are Going To Change The X Games ForeverSheryl Sandberg: Thiel is staying on Facebook’s boardChina is way ahead of the U.S. when it comes to shopping onlineForget Box Office: Which “Star Wars” Movie Was Seen By The Most People?The perils of launching a news site on a hybrid platform/publisherVoice controlled A.I. is about to go mainstream–here’s whyHow Ford Is Becoming A “Mobility Company” (Hint: Not Just Autonomous Cars)Google’s new A.I. project is like art school for robotsStill not sure if you’re a millennial?Demanding That Nonprofits Not Pay For Overhead Is Preventing Them From Doing GoodAmazon has more than 1,000 people working on Echo and AlexaThis exists: Wine-pairing based on your DNAIndia now has more Internet users than the U.S.Your doctor can bill Medicare. Why not your genetic counselor?Why Uber is burning $1 billion every year to compete in ChinaYet another reason your iPhone could soon be your only computerGoogle dominates NYT wedding announcementsThis could be the biggest battle in biotechRed Bull Signs On To Host Capcom’s 2016 National “Street Fighter” ChampionshipsDos Equis Wants To Rank You On The “Most Interesting Person In The World” IndexAre You Cool Enough To Get Into Berlin’s Famous Berghain Nightclub?Mary Meeker’s 2016 Internet Trends Report is hereWatch: Mark Zuckerberg Chats With ISS Astronauts On Facebook LiveElizabeth Banks Wants To Help You Find Your Dream Home on Realtor.comAirbnb’s Brian Chesky and Salesforce’s Marc Benioff join the Giving PledgeElizabeth Holmes’s net worth is now “nothing,” according to ForbesUber will lease a car to anyone, even those with bad or no creditMailChimp Brings Data-Driven Product Recommendations To Small Online StoresCan Shark-Spotting Drones Actually Spot Sharks?Fitness tracker, meet mental health trackerWhy Robinhood is bringing its fast trading app to China nowTime Inc’s new Extra Crispy brunch site is not a jokeTwitter nearly bought Medium for $500 millionTheSkimm tries to take on morning news at a fraction of Matt Lauer’s annual salaryChuck Klosterman: Don’t Buy My BookGoogle’s army of robots may soon belong to ToyotaMorning intelligenceIn A First, More Young Adults Now Live With Parents Than PartnersThe World’s First Floating Urban Dairy Farm Will Be Built In RotterdamWhy Your Sleep App Won’t Solve Your Sleep ProblemsCheck out how monthly mobile data usage will explode in the futureMillennials Are Reshaping The World Of Social ImpactInstead Of A Coffin, Be Buried In A Biodegradable Pod That Helps Grow A TreeOne Trick To Make Employees Happy: Ban Emails On Nights And WeekendsFacebook is using AI to block harmful images so humans don’t have toElon Musk confesses the stupid things Tesla has doneHow To Hire When Your Company Is Embroiled In ControversyThese Are The Labor Promises The Presidential Candidates Should Be MakingWhen It’s A Better Career Move To Turn Down A Big Assignment From Your BossHow To Test That Brilliant Idea As Soon As It Hits You3 Things To Consider Before Hiring Someone Smarter Than YouWhy I Took An Internship On Top Of My Full-Time Job (And Still Don’t Regret It)Why You Keep Getting Close But Still Aren’t Landing Job OffersJeff Bezos slams Trump and Thiel: “The best defense against speech you don’t like is a thick skin.”Report: Facebook Messenger will soon offer end-to-end encryption optionAfter Listening To Teens For 20 Years, Radio Diaries Still Makes Them Sound FascinatingDJ Jazzy Jeff On How Music Legends Helped Create Hip-Hop’s Big MomentJawbone says it doesn’t plan on bowing out of the wearables businessJust when you thought Gawker’s troubles couldn’t get worse, traffic plummetsJaunt launches major VR effort in ChinaInstagram’s new update is good news for brandsGoogle Home Is More Than Just A Repackaged ChromecastHow Have We Prepared For The Zika Virus?Meet “Joan”: Why A Pair Of Top Ad Execs Decided to Launch Their Own AgencyCan trolls be reformed? Periscope thinks soReport: H&M, Walmart, & the Gap failing to fulfill pledges to improve worker safetyExperts cast doubt on study linking cell phones to cancer in ratsRecode’s Kara Swisher really wants to run for mayor: “I’m the liberal lesbian Donald Trump of San Francisco”Those Airbnb neighbors driving you crazy? Now you can do something about itEmpowering Women Through Manicures, In Colombia’s Once Most-Violent NeighborhoodAt this festival, it’s cool to talk about deathAirbnb’s New Tool Allows You To Report Those Rowdy NeighborsWatch: Drones Can Now Plant Trees From The AirChina Is Going Solar In A Big WayThese Vibrating Shoes Could Be The New Frontier In Tourist WearablesAll the sites you used in 2008 have now been hackedTwitter’s Periscope Has A New Way To Deal With Trolls: Trial By JuryU.S. consumers are spending more, finally. So why is their confidence still dropping?Brazilian Lawnmower Brand Used Test Drives To Clean Up City ParksVolkswagen’s Q1 profit dipped by 86%This Is What A Movie About a Tinder Superhero Would Look LikeDirector Luc Besson Is Using Instagram As A Production DiaryYour Creative Calendar: 74 Things To Do, See, And Hear In JuneMorning intelligenceThe Quantified Vagina: This Startup Aims To Track Women’s Health Through Smart TamponsA Drone Just Delivered Abortion Pills Into Pro-Life PolandAirbnb rivals run tough ad accusing it of racismMobile ad blocking surges 90% in the last yearFacebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Google agree to new EU hate speech rulesHere’s The “Jaunt VR Shake” We Created During FC/LAWhy Did The U.S. Let Highways Ruin Its Cities, And How Can We Fix It?Katy Perry’s teenage nightmare: Hacker leaks song, sends hate tweetsGet Nostalgic For This Disappearing Part Of The American Road TripSesame Street Is Coming To Refugee CampsSolar array leases drop as more people opt to buyFrench prosecutors avoided the Internet for a year while building their case against GoogleHow Overachieving Parents Can Avoid Ruining Their Kids’ LivesBusiness Leaders Share Their Biggest Concerns About The Future Of Business8 Often-Overlooked Gmail TricksThis Is The Secret To Keeping SecretsWhy Wearables Won’t Make Us Smarter, Faster, Or More ProductiveLet These Improv Artists Help You Nail Your Next InterviewIn The Future We’ll All Have Multiple Jobs19th-century political rallies were the Tinder of their ageEx-CIA head says Trump is “feeding” ISIS’s recruitment effortsFormer US attorney general says Snowden performed a “public service”Ex-NFL star Ricky Williams to open world’s first cannabis-friendly gymTrump tells biker rally of 5,000 people that 600,000 more were trying to get inNPR One users spend 145 minutes a week in the appThis is the best song called “Trump Train” on YouTubeEx-CIA head: People are naive to trust Facebook more than the governmentDevelopers are getting bored with the Apple WatchThis video of the world’s worst TSA lines will make you glad you stayed home on Memorial DaySoftware companies are profiting by selling spyware to oppressive governmentsZuckerberg is the “dictator” of the world’s “biggest nation,” warns Pirate Bay cofounderGrand opening of Tesla’s Gigafactory set for July 29thIran gives messaging apps one year to move data onto servers inside the countryRare Nazi encryption device found on eBayNorth Korea has a hilarious Facebook cloneFlying on Memorial Day? Avoid these airports with the longest security linesThe Common Habit That Undermines Organizations’ Diversity EffortsStories to read, videos to watch this weekendPierre Omidyar: No “bad blood” between me & Peter ThielThe Crucial Thing Commencement Speakers Get Wrong About Success3 Unrealistic Career Goals You Need To Abandon