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When Is The Right Time To Make A Movie Sequel?Hackers broke past DeRay Mckesson’s two-factor verification protections by stealing his phone numberReport: Amazon is launching a music streaming serviceJeff Han won’t be exploring the future of user interfaces at MicrosoftObama approves direct flights from U.S. to CubaMost Conventional Wisdom About Refugees and Immigration Is WrongSome iPhone 7s will contain an Intel LTE modem chip, report saysDepressing Theory: Cancer May Be An Evolutionary Safeguard To Protect Our SpeciesPeter Thiel to speak at conference thrown by group tied to white nationalistsThese Hypnotic Dresses Respond To Ambivalence“The market is juicy:” Sequoia VC on the flood of capital into health insurance startupsThe Michael Jackson Ads That Made Former Pepsi CEO Roger Enrico A Marketing LegendYes, Citigroup is actually suing AT&T for saying “thankyou”Gawker files for bankruptcyIn The 21st Century, Even The Art Is Watching YouReebok is cornering the market on tear-jerking commercialsGoogle’s Eric Schmidt thinks Musk and Hawking are wrong about AI dangerHow Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp will grow through 2020Vodka is most Googled in JuneApple plans to sell excess solar energy generated at its new campusInside The Wu-Tang/Martin Shkreli/Bill Murray Heist Musical That Is Actually HappeningWhat Is Google’s Tango, Exactly, And Why Should You Care?Etsy adds another woman to its board, achieves rare gender parityEngland’s Debate Over Fats And Sugars Shows You Can’t Believe Any Health Advice AnymoreThis is the photo that prompted officials to ask questions about Hillary Clinton’s email useEvery TED Talk Ever, In One Brutal ParodyShould There Be A “Fair Trade” Label For Buildings?A First Look At IKEA’s New MuseumComing soon to mainstream: sex robots (because women need further dehumanizing?)This Underground Swiss Hydroelectric Plant Will Power 1 Million Homes With GravityRead the GoogleX anecdote too Silicon Valley for “Silicon Valley”Morning intelligenceArtists Who Have Been Priced Out Of San Francisco Show The City What It’s MissingAdidas’s New Ocean Plastic Shoes Are Just The BeginningHere’s Arianna Huffington’s Recipe For A Great Night Of SleepBrilliantly Mundane: 9 Ways Boring Brands Turned Ugh, Meh, And Bleh Into Big BusinessAs 32 million logins appear for sale on the dark web, Twitter begins locking accountsNYC Gets A Major Rebrand (And Its First Official Pictograms)A Designer’s Guide To Apple’s WWDCNow You See Him, Too: How Jesse Eisenberg, Actor, Influences Jesse Eisenberg, WriterIn West Bank, Architectural Trickery Is A Form Of Self-DefenseHere Are Apple TV’s Biggest Challenges At WWDC And BeyondThis Startup Trains Africa’s Elite Coding Apprentices For Giants Like IBM & MicrosoftThieves dressed as employees have been robbing an Apple retail storeNike Switches Ronaldo, Sprint Switches A Spokesman: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekMeasuring What Exactly Will Be Destroyed As New York’s Sea Levels RiseFederal regulators say Tesla’s repair policies are “troublesome”Chief Security Officer May Be The Job Of The Future That No One WantsThe Best Advice From 2016 Commencement SpeechesTom Brokaw On How To Talk To AnyoneThe Expert Guide To Researching Job Interviewers Before Meeting ThemFrom Redesigning The Workweek To Giving Up TV: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesHow To Handle Requests For Last-Minute Changes At Work5 “Mistakes” That Can Actually Help Your CareerWill Data Science Make Your Business Instincts Irrelevant?How This Master Tea Taster–Whose Tongue Is Insured For £1 Million–Found His CallingIt’s happening: A Theranos movieWhy You Can’t Be Creative Unless You Master The Traditional Stuff FirstHands on with Lenovo’s new mixed reality smartphone featuring Google’s TangoFollowing Tony Fadell’s exit, what’s next for Nest?AT&T released its first detailed diversity reportSpotify’s playlists can now predict which songs you’ll want to addSoon, you may never have to wait for an Uber againWatch “Silicon Valley” Star Thomas Middleditch In A Short Film Written By An AI SystemHow many Hamiltons “Hamilton” is making  for its creators, producers, and scalpersWhat goes into a great women’s work bag?Lenovo rolls out new Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones, and “Moto Mods” snap-onsYou can’t upload your own 360 photos to Facebook…yetAs Beyoncé’s Lemonade goes platinum, a filmmaker sues over  copyright infringementThe $34.9 billion women’s workwear industry is blowing upNow even the vice presidential race is being crowdfundedIn 9 months, this tiny sock has saved over 20 babiesObama endorses Hillary: “I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office”Google’s Project Tango is now just “Tango”Lenovo unveils first Project Tango augmented reality smartphone, the $499 Phab 2 ProPractice Fusion agrees to settle charges with FTC over misleading patientsFrench court fines Uber $900,000 over suspended UberPOPFacebook Now Supports 360-Degree PhotosLet The Flying Car Wars BeginInterpol Says That Environmental Crime Is ExplodingThe Adult Coloring Book Trend Gets A Very Violent ParodyTwitter responds to NYT editor’s decision to quit the platformWhy This Animated, Foul-Mouthed Organic Seed Is Talking Dirty About Your FoodThese Solar Canopies Help Panels Fit Onto Tiny Urban RoofsThe latest to jump on the “liquid biopsy” train: a16zHow Fashion Brands Are Working Customer Feedback Into Their Design ProcessPC market keeps heading downward in 2016: IDC reportMark Duplass Discusses The “Absurdity” Behind “Asperger’s Are Us”How Being Told “This Is Terrible” Pushed Jesse Eisenberg In The Right DirectionCristiano Ronaldo Has An Epic Out Of Body Experience For NikeStudy: Not being a coldblooded sociopath makes people like you—even when you’re a teen!This Is Why Computers Crush You In ChessThese Edible Party Cups Eliminate Waste And Taste Really DeliciousHonest Movie Credits Reveal How Little Most Of Hollywood MakesRevolving door chronicles: DNC’s Raul Alvillar heading to Silicon ValleyAmerican Apparel is selling red “Make America Gay Again” hatsYahoo bids are in, with multiple offers over $5 billion, CNBC saysTesla is bringing back the cheaper Model SUber expands delivery to anybody’s appIt’s Not Just A Game: “Minecraft” Is Coming To The ClassroomAs WWDC Approaches, Three Big Changes That Would Make The Apple Watch Way BetterCurrentC, a retailer-backed Apple Pay competitor, may finally be dead10 Clever Student Inventions That Could Reduce Our WasteMorning intelligenceThe Race To Build Refugee Housing That Feels Like HomeOcean Plastic Pollution Is Like Junk Food For FishA Cloud-Seeding Drone Makes A First Test Flight Over NevadaAlphabet and Nest’s new CEO say the company is not for saleGoogle’s Larry Page is personally funding two flying car startupsAirbnb now allows friends to vote on which places to stay atFormer Education Secretary Arne Duncan Joins Board Of An Ed Tech UnicornA Post-Human World Is Coming. Design Has Never Mattered MoreIKEA Redesigns Its Big Blue Bag For The First Time EverHas Cardboard Architecture’s Moment Finally Arrived?Blippar’s new knowledge graph tech matches natural human thought patternsCocktails and Chromatic Orbs: Keeping “Dungeons & Dragons” Vibrant For 42 YearsPeople Do Really Bad Things At Work Because Their Companies Tell Them ToFacebook is testing a new post type that is similar to a tweetThe World’s Population Is Very Slowly Backing Away From The Dangerous CoastsTinder will start blocking users under the age of 18 next weekHow The Tech Industry Has Dramatically Changed The Face Of Job InterviewsSurprisingly Simple Ways You Can Trick Your Brain Into FocusingWhy Women From Apple, Facebook, And Tesla Are Joining This Silicon Valley IncubatorThe Secret To Fixing The Bad Habits You May Not Know You HaveThe Real Reason Your Meetings Are So UnproductiveThe 4 Habits Every Great Leader Needs To PracticeWhat To Do When You’re Super Late For Your Job InterviewNew nonprofit, Civic Hall Labs, aims to build tech for the public goodNancy Pelosi power-trolls house speaker Paul Ryan with fake press releaseLooks like Ev Williams’ Twitter got hacked by the Zuckerberg hackers?Top U.S. car safety regulator will have new self-driving car rules in JulyDon’t count your Kickstarter gadgets before they’ve shippedCanada’s prime minister admits his country will begrudgingly deal with Trump if he’s electedGoogle’s Motion Stills app make me glad for all those times I forgot to turn off Live Photos on my iPhoneSkullcandy might be going privateThe backlash about Ivanka Trump’s new book has startedHitachi: Aligning Goals to Drive GrowthFreedom of the Press Foundation ousts prominent Tor developer over sex abuse allegationsApple’s pre-WWDC news:  faster turnarounds and more options for developersCoop Dreams Is Bill Gates’s Gamified Plan To Give Chickens To African FamiliesLevent Arabaci on Transforming Corporate CultureLena Dunham dedicated this PSA to the victim in the Stanford rape caseGawker appears to be considering bankruptcy as an optionWith this $100 rubber ducky, smart toys have officially jumped the sharkPebble releases experimental app to track “happiness”Airbnb’s New Features Make Bookings More CollaborativeA Promising New Way To Spot Cancer? Your Search HistoryNetflix’s binge scale reveals which shows you “savor” and which you “devour”“Can We Take A Joke?” Proves The PC Debate Is Not Going Away SoonMagic Leap says its patent drawings are “not at all representative” of its VR productFacebook launches “Hide From Your Timeline” check box on postsWhy Spike Mendelsohn Couldn’t Escape The Restaurant BusinessReport: Lending Club’s disgraced founder looks to reclaim controlAdidas spelled Colombia “Columbia”…and apologies quickly ensuedTake A Video Tour Of The Doomsday Seed Vault In The Arctic CircleWhy Type Designer Tobias Frere-Jones Follows Trends, Not RulesFacebook Wants To Win At Everything, Including Artificial IntelligenceAdidas Apologizes To Colombia For “Columbia” Typo In AdsMore than 60% of apps downloaded last month were Facebook appsThe Key To Water Conservation Is To Pressure Those Who Already SaveCan Crowdsourced Jury Trials On The Blockchain Deliver Justice For All?Olivetti’s Legacy Is More Than Just TypewritersSanders may have lost California but he won over Silicon ValleyHomemade brings an Etsy mindset to foodHerman Miller Never Technically Acquired Design Within Reach, Lawsuit ClaimsAyesha Curry, now a baby shoe designerPeople are spending less time in social media apps, study findsNetflix is developing a comedy series based on “#Girlboss”Morning intelligenceParis Businesses Are Inviting The Homeless Inside, With These Window StickersThe Conspiracy To Evict You From Your Affordable Apartment Is RealMalcolm Gladwell on what makes podcasts stickyHow This CEO Is Planning To “Deliver Everything”Inside The Organic UX Design Process At SlackExclusive: Go Behind The Scenes Of The Making Of “Warcraft”AT&T is reportedly launching an anime and video game streaming networkHow messed up is Silicon Valley’s housing crisis?Will Gestures Make Smartwatches Truly Useful?Redesigning Chicago’s Burliest Food Experience: The SteakhouseThe Long-Lost Study That Tried To Quantify Creative PersonalitiesGoogle is testing a Material Design look for its web search pagesHey “Mr. Robot” Fans, Here’s Your Chance To Hack An Evil Corp ATMWalmart Wants To Hire Drones To Work In Its WarehousesThis Transformable Playground Invents New Games For Tiny Spaces In Crowded CitiesThis Device Transforms Your Desk Into A Place To Take A Nap At WorkAnd The Brand Played On: How Tech Icons Polaroid And RCA Live On Through LicensingElon Musk says reports of Samsung supplying Tesla Model 3 batteries are “incorrect”Intel’s 360-degree basketball replay highlights are mind-blowingHow Founders Can Avoid Getting Fired By The Board They CreatedHow To Take A Two-Week Vacation Guilt-FreeThese Are The Highest-Rated CEOs In America10 Ways To Get Relevant Experience If You Didn’t Land An InternshipThree Habits For Showing Leadership Even When You Aren’t An ExpertUse This Theater Technique To Improve Your Next Meeting14 Habits Of The Most Productive Remote WorkersClinton beats Trump … on TwitterThis Woman Wants Facebook To Ban Unsolicited Dick PicsTwitter tweaks its Android app for ease of useInside MacArthur’s $100 Million Plan To Change The WorldFitBit wants to make it easier for groups to get healthyHow do you feel about ad-free print magazines?See How 25 Different Artists Interpret Archie Comics’ New “Betty & Veronica”Here’s what the real life “McDreamy” has to say about medicineNick Offerman And His Dad Talk About “Everything” In Lagavulin’s Father’s Day AdVCs flock to a “speculative” space: Health insurance startupsThis is the moment when employment at online outlets surpassed newspapersSnapchat’s Discover redesign is good for users, bad for publishersHow People Commute In Your CityHere’s how Bernie Sanders could pull off the (almost) impossible and winCybercriminals stole a record amount from Americans last year, and this is how they did itHannah Hart and Grace Helbig Take Our Hilarious Superhero QuizLos Angeles Is Converting An Abandoned Dock Into A Huge Ocean Research CenterThe Perfectly Imperfect Rhyming Logic Of HamiltonNFL Twitter account hackedUberPool will soon tell you exactly how long your ride will takeWWDC 2016: Here’s What Apple Is Expected To Announce“Hamilton” creator says ticket-buying bots are screwing Broadway fansTesla says Model X crash was fault of driver—not autopilotFoursquare’s Swarm just got way more useful IRLSee Pulpy Book Covers For Every Quentin Tarantino MovieBIG’s Pixelated Serpentine Pavilion Is Straight Out Of MinecraftDan Harmon And Justin Roiland On Sci-Fi World-Building, “Rick And Morty” StyleGoodbye Toothpaste Tubes: This Edible Pod Melts In Your Mouth When You BrushTrashbot Separates Recycling, A Job That’s Too Hard For Us To Do OurselvesVenus Williams And DJ Khaled Make A Pitch For Plant Life In New Silk CampaignMicrosoft Uses Machine Learning To Construct The Perfect SkyVisa launches an Apple Pay competitor for banksHere’s a reason to sign up for TidalReport: Verizon, still the frontrunner to buy Yahoo, submits $3 billion bidThis Birdhouse Measures Air Pollution And Gives Out Free Wi-FiMorning intelligenceHow Patrick Fugit Broke Out Of His “Almost Famous” PigeonholeThe FBI’s Quest To Analyze Tattoos With Computer VisionThe Future Of Branding Is DebrandingFacebook Messenger security flaw meant hackers could alter sent messages on AndroidCan Learning To Code Be As Simple As Lego?These Woven Chairs Are Like Flyknit For ButtsCheck out how much worldwide smartphone sales growth has slowedHow Copa90 Is Using Snapchat, WhatsApp, And More To Be A Next-Gen Sports Media BrandThis Brewery Doesn’t Need Trucks Because It Sends Its Beer Through A Beer PipelineWant To Get Out Of The Office? This Coworking Space Is On A Sustainable SailboatLancome accused of kowtowing to Beijing after canceling concert featuring pro-democracy activistTo Keep Their Best Millennials, Companies Need A Social PurposeFacebook’s Race To Dominate AISamsung could release two bendable smartphones next yearSix Expert Tricks For Achieving Inbox Zero Every DayCan Scientists Hack Sleep For Better Memory?What It Takes To Lead A Company In CrisisWant More Creative Employees? Create Some Conflict.4 Counterintuitive Tips For Raising Startup FundsThe One Word That Can Transform Your Negotiating SkillsHow I Added $15,000 To My Income In One YearThe 3 Types Of “No” You Need To Master In Your CareerIs America Ready For The Fifth Mode Of Transportation?Smart Mirrors Might Be The Future Of In-Store Customer AnalyticsHillary Clinton has delegates to win nomination, per AP countGrace Helbig And Hannah Hart Talk About Becoming YouTube SuperheroesT-Mobile’s latest wireless-industry revolution is . . .  free pizza?Michelle Obama’s “United State Of Women” Campaign Tapped Pepsi’s Content StudioToday Converse releases a totally redesigned All Star sneakerConverse Debuts A Totally Reimagined All Star SneakerSpotify hires Troy Carter to hit back at Apple and TidalE. W. Scripps dropped $4.5 million to acquire podcast app StitcherBlocked Shots: How Sportswriter Tim Kawakami Dominates TwitterHave you heard of Judy Faulkner, the third richest self-made woman in America?Could hipster toast get any more twee? General Mills is banking on itWayne Gretzky Pays Tribute To His Dad In Maybe The Most Canadian Father’s Day Ad EverJohn Oliver Pulls An Oprah, Forgives $15 Million In Medical DebtHealth care: Google’s Achilles’ heel?Will genetic tests help prevent chronic diseases?Most iPhoners like Siri now and then, but won’t talk to her in publicA British School That Named One Of Its Houses After Banksy Got Surprised With A MuralREX Radically Rethinks The Glass Curtain WallHow Sprint Got Verizon’s “Can You Hear Me Now” Guy To Change TeamsFacebook tests feature that lets you “notify” friends instead of tagging themThis is how John Legere gets pumped up for T-Mobile announcementsBose’s New Approach To Headphones? Let Noise InAs Feds Crack Down On Payday Lenders, Fintech Startups See An OpportunityHow New Technologies Can Help Shut Down Illegal LoggersA Bad Sign For The Future Of Streets: Self-Driving Cars, Now With HonkingSwitzerland May Have Voted Against Basic Income, But This Is Just The StartHow This Education Organization Is Using VR For Social GoodWhat’s new on Netflix? The first original series from IndiaUber updates its app with drivers in mindIs the annual raise headed for extinction?Gillette Is Out To Convince You That Your Dad Is Better Than YouTubeCountering your uncle’s insane political rant on Facebook might not be a lost causeReport: Obama may endorse Hillary Clinton this weekBuzzFeed refuses Trump ads, compares him to cigarettesIt’s Good To Be Bad: How “UnREAL” Creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro Crafts Her CharactersEating In Soothing, Dimly Lit Restaurants Is Why You’re FatHow An Ideo Alum And A DARPA Challenge Winner Built The Ultimate Crash-Proof DroneAnd you thought you had expensive taste in handbagsThis Interactive Proves Just How Wrong Our World Maps Really AreOne of the most prominent Tor developers has resigned amid sex abuse allegationsGuess Whether This Ad For A Random Validation App Is RealMove over NASA, Elon Musk wants to put people on Mars by 2024The first open office was loved…and then hatedThis Summer, Paris Will Ban All Cars Made Before 1997Bose’s noise-canceling headphones are now wirelessAsia’s Grab Wants To Expand Beyond Taxi Hailing To A Whole Universe Of ServicesMorning intelligenceStarbucks is bringing Nitro Cold Brew on tap to its stores this summerInside The Design Of The Largest Telescope On The PlanetProof That America’s Politicians Are All Basically The Same Old White DudePlayboy’s Secret History As A Design TastemakerHow Brainstorming Questions, Not Ideas, Sparks CreativityA Tax On Rising Sea Levels Is Making Waves In The San Francisco BayMark Zuckerberg’s LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Twitter accounts got hackedPoverty Can Alter Your DNA So You’re At Greater Risk For DepressionThe Bricks In This House Are All Made From Industrial Waste7 Reasons Why European Cities Are Going To Beat U.S. Cities As Hubs For Innovation10 iOS Features We’d Love To See Apple Announce At WWDCThese Are The Traits Job Candidates Commonly LackScientists have developed a bionic leaf that can harvest sunlightVerizon’s “Can you hear me now?” guy is back doing ads…for rival SprintHow Giving Up TV For A Month Changed My Brain And My Life7 Habits Of Resilient TeamsWhat Happens In Your Brain When You Lose Focus3 Reasons Your Employees Aren’t Listening To YouWant To Actually Change Someone’s Mind On Social Media? Do ThisThree Ways The Tech Industry (Still) Misuses MetricsHow To Secretly Apply For A Job At Your Company’s Top CompetitorToday Converse releases a totally redesigned All Star sneakerWeWork Quietly Opens Hotel Rooms In New York CityThis Y Combinator Startup Founder’s Surprising Productivity Secret? “Meal Prep”Competition Is Good–Except When It Isn’tMuhammad Ali (1942-2016)How To Harness The Brain Chemical That Makes You Trust SomeoneThe Simple Yet Overlooked Key To Great CommunicationHow This Googler Redesigned The WorkweekBefore iPod and Nest: Fast Company’s 1998 Tony Fadell profile