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Naughty And Nice Unicorns: Which Startups Are Getting Coal In Their Stockings In 2016?Black Girls Code Founder On Importance Of Diversity And Women In TechnologyThis Japanese Rube Goldberg Machine Makes Both Coffee and Christmas CarolsAfternoon intel: Libyan hijackers surrender, consumer sentiment up, possible iPad delayAfter backlash, Rockette performance at Trump’s inauguration will be voluntaryThis Startup Will Sequence Your DNA, So You Can Contribute To Medical ResearchWhy Some Filmmakers Make Viewers Work To Figure Out What’s Going OnMorning intel: High hopes for new Ebola vaccine, Tesla update coming soonMonoprix Trolls Amazon, Gwenyth Paltrow Falls In Love: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekCo.Create’s Best Content Of 2016From #TrapCovers To La La Land: The Co.Create Staff Pick Their Favorite Things Of 2016Why it’s been a bad week for video advertisingMaple lost money on average on every meal it delivered in 2015, according to internal documentsUber responds to complaints that it seems to keep tracking users long after their rides are overAmazon’s Holiday Shipping Rush Brings Growing PainsWelcome To The Anthropocene: 2016 In Environment StoriesWe Know You Were Busy: Here’s A Second Chance To Read Our Favorite Stories Of 2016What’s The Future Of Giving? 2016 In PhilanthropyFake Meat, Pea Milk, And An Avocado Time Machine: 2016 In FoodRenewables Are Winning, But The Fight Just Got Harder: 2016 In EnergyThis Blockchain Thing Is Really Happening, Time To Learn What It Is: 2016 In ReviewWatch Out, There’s A Robot Behind You: 2016 In AutomationTiny Houses, Green Houses, Houses Made From Water Bottles: 2016’s Best BuildingsOur Favorite Infographics Of 2016 Are A Crash Course In How The World WorksAwkward Racists, Angry Mosquitoes, And Climate Change From Space: 2016’s Best VideosAn Underground Park And Paris Without Cars: 2016 In Urban InnovationA Lot Of Opinions On What, When, And How To Eat: 2016 In HealthThe Self-Driving Cars Will Either Kill Us Or Smile At Us: 2016 In TransportationLitterless Lunches And Urban Farm Schools: 2016 In EducationLooking Back At The World Changing Ideas Of 2016We All Want A $20,000 House: The Most Popular Stories Of 2016How We Made Sense Of The Election And Began To Plan For The Next Four YearsSee The Most Compelling Photos From 2016The CRISPR Revolution: 2016 In GeneticsExtreme Heat, Melting Ice, And An Uncertain Future: 2016 In ClimateThe 10 Best Business Books Of 201610 Last-Minute Gift Ideas That Can Help Make The World A Better PlaceAvril Lavigne accuses Mark Zuckerberg of “bullying” Nickelback in Jarvis videoEvening intel: Uber’s desert retreat; Christmas Day bomb plot; Apple gets iSnubbedThe U.S. is now asking foreign travelers for their social media accountsFrom Tesla to Fiat: Here are the best and worst car brands according to Consumer ReportsHunter College receives harsh Facebook trial after Ivanka Trump JetBlue incidentIs Drybar’s Next Move…Nails?How The Jetsons Can Help With Your Last-Minute Holiday ShoppingWith the smartwatch market on life support, Google will launch two Android Wear watches in 2017The Biggest UX Challenges Of 2017With Apple Watch, watch those Pokémon goWhat Smartwatches Lost With The Death Of PebbleAll The Ways AI Didn’t Revolutionize Our Lives In 2016How Facebook’s Homegrown Data Centers Serve Billions Of Users, Now And In The FutureThe Stories Of Syrian Child Refugees Continue In UNICEF “Unfairy Tales”Turkey asks Apple to unlock iPhone of Russian ambassador’s assailantThis grassroots effort to give hats to every child with cancer is now a $18 million company5 Photo Essays That Captured Our Changing Planet In 2016Facebook is getting a lot more data requests from world governmentsThese companies responded to Obama’s challenge to help poor families get diapersGwenyth Paltrow Stars In An Epic Love Story . . . For A Jewelry BrandDark Horse Comics And Playboy Bring Back A “Trump” We Could Laugh AtTo Give Better Feedback, Follow This Ancient AdviceLooking To Give Back At The End Of A Rough 2016? Follow These ExamplesThe Home Office Is Being Replaced By Open-Plan, Flexible Home Work SpacesMorning intel: Sweetgreen to go cashless, Fancy Bear tracked, Yogasmoga files for bankruptcyThese are the top-grossing holiday movies of all time on iTunesJingle All The Way: See Why A Jingle Company Created A Jam Session For Its ClientsEXCLUSIVE: Inside iHeartMedia and Jingle Punks’ First-Ever National Jingle DayThe Technology That Gets A Package From The Warehouse To Your HouseLondon Is Renovating Its Subway Stations To Help Make The Tube “Step Free”Sweetgreen Is Going Fully Cashless In 2017This Russian military group hacked both the DNC and the Ukrainian army, says cybersecurity firmWhat Would It Sound Like If A Monkey Talked? Like A Horror MovieSafilo’s new fashionable mood-assessing smartglasses will debut at CESYogasmoga files for bankruptcy, signaling troubles in the athleisure marketThe Most Inspiring Interior Design Of 2016Trump Voters Support Climate Action, Environmental Protection, And Renewable EnergyScience Proves The Obvious: The Arctic Heat Wave Is Because Of Climate ChangeThe 10 Best Business Lessons Of 2016Verily Created A Spoon That Helps People With Movement Disorders Eat IndependentlyThis Dumb Year: The 67 Worst Moments In Tech 2016Evening intel: Mars blasts sugar-coated study; Honda in talks with Waymo; China box-office slumpNokia sues Apple for allegedly violating 32 patents, Apple says Nokia is desperateThe Year Dark Patterns WonThe Year’s Most Optimistic ArchitectureNew “Blade Runner 2049” images suggest a visual approach similar to the 1982 originalWatch Pusha T, Tim Robbins, And More Tell The Stories Of Prisoners Granted ClemencyA New Trump Resistance Podcast Assures You You’re Not AloneNew York City’s Tech Community Is Getting A $250 Million Home Base At Union SquareTaschen Unearths A Treasure Trove Of Previously Undiscovered DisneySnapchat opens a research center in China, even though it’s banned thereThis Website Will Help You Track What Congress Is DoingThe Telemedicine Startup That Wants To Zap Acne For GoodJarvis to Zuck: Fine, I’ll wash your dishes, but come the singularity…Trolls win: Even more media outlets gave up on comments sections in 2016Cities Can Help Refugees Simply By Enabling Citizens To Be EmpatheticMeta’s New AR Glasses Let You Touch The Virtual WorldThis Giant Canadian Conservation Project Will Protect One Of The Largest Temperate Rain ForestsThis French Grocery Chain Is Totally Trolling Amazon GoTransforming The Bleakness Of Winter Into A Wondrous Candy LandMorning intel: IBM and Oracle staffers protest their bosses getting too cozy with Trump; U.S. cops spend millions on Israeli phone cracking techSome IBM and Oracle staffers are protesting their bosses’ outreach to TrumpRough Trade Is Releasing “A Song A Day To Keep The Pain Away” To Benefit The SPLCGorillaz Just Put Out a Rad Xmas Playlist In Advance of Their 2017 Comeback AlbumNikon Inspires Science Lovers With Photomicrography Video ContestThe Architecture Of Radical SimplicityThis Home Separates Your Work And Life For YouTo Tackle Big Urban Issues, This Architect Became A Data DesignerDesigners: 2017 Is The Year To Find Your PurposeWhen You Cover Produce In This Invisible, Edible Coating, It Lasts Twice As LongSuper Mario Run just became the fastest iOS game to reach 25 million downloadsPeople Are Actually Pretty Into The Idea Of A Universal Basic IncomeAT&T will now block robocalls5 Ways Cities Are Standing Up To Climate ChangeThese Are The Robots Who Are Fulfilling Your Christmas Orders12 CEOs Share Their Predictions For 2017Just Paranoid Or Time To Prepare? Four Signs You Might Be Getting FiredYes, Even Your Company Needs A Video Strategy In 2017The Year Fashion Collided With PoliticsEvening intel: more Twitter quitters; White House warns of robots; emoji movie bluesThe “Take My Wife” Holiday Special Is Tired Of Lesbians Being Mistaken For SistersThe Best And Worst User Interfaces Of 2016Facebook could face $500,000 fine each time it doesn’t remove fake news posts under proposed German lawThese retailers are pledging to stop the practice of “on call” work shiftsVanity Fair contributor steps up hunt for Twitter troll who allegedly induced a seizureWhy Photographers Are Flocking To This 19th-Century TechnologyThis Photographer Is Making Sure No One Can Stay Blind To Trump’s Own Damning WordsWatching CO2 Move Through The Atmosphere Is Oddly RelaxingGaza’s only startup accelerator needs money to keep the lights on (literally)Here’s what Apple’s new AirPods look like on the insideA New Google Experiment Translates Your Doodles Into Satellite ImageryWith This New App, Rideshare Drivers Could Volunteer To Help Save Overdose VictimsMorgan Freeman is the voice of Zuckerberg’s Jarvis—because of course he isAre Apple’s AirPods waterproof? Video shows them surviving after 5 minutes underwaterWhat is Methbot? Russian hacking operation said to be scamming digital ad industry with fake video viewsMorgan Freeman Will Be The Voice Of Jarvis, Mark Zuckerberg’s Home AI AssistantInstagram steps up its Snapchat rivalry with even more new featuresWe’ve Discovered Netflix’s Biggest Blindspot: The Works of Teri GarrA Norwegian Electronics Chain Made This Year’s Sweetest Father-Daughter Xmas AdIdoni is reinventing a classic Italian shoe for the busy American womanThis Beautiful iOS Game Is Tappable ArtMorning intel: Facebook’s confusing hate speech policy is leaked, Apple’s plans for desktops, Uber’s growing lossesBlack Lives Matter Just Hired A Huge Ad AgencyWhy Is The Home Automation Industry So Obsessed With Voice Control?Pentagram Redesigns The World (And Tests Your Geography Skills)How The Best Holiday Ads Of 2016 Worked Their MagicThese Students Collaborated With Refugees To Design Sun Shelters For Their CampAn Exoskeleton For The ElderlyUrban Design Can Make Winter More BearableDesign In The Darkest, Coldest, Most Remote Places On EarthGreen Offices Make You Smarter At Work And Sleep Better At NightMerriam-Webster Dictionary’s Word Of The Year For 2016 Is “Surreal”These Are The Top 10 Most Significant Events Of Americans’ LifetimesThe EU has slapped Facebook with an antitrust complaint over its WhatsApp acquisitionApple is in discussions to manufacture some of its products in IndiaThe Next Big Thing In Your Next Device Could Be This Ultra-Thin LightingWhere To Donate So That Your Cash Does The Most GoodThe families of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub massacre are suing Google, Facebook, and TwitterUber lost over $800 million in its third quarterWhat’s The Worst Self-Help Advice You Can Give?These Are The Jobs That Will Have The Biggest Talent Shortages In 2017Five Essential Lessons I Learned In 20 Years Of Managing PeopleWhy This Former Googler Thinks Performance Reviews Are UselessThe Top 5 Ways Work Changed In 2016Lessons From Three Of 2016’s Biggest PR FailsNewt Gingrich suggests changing the ethics laws to better suit a Trump presidencyCook: Apple has “great desktops” in its futureEvening intel: Google worries privacy groups, Tim Cook explains it all, Disney’s $7B milestoneTim Cook explains why he went to NYC to meet with TrumpDonald Trump just passed 270 Electoral College votesAltSchool Wants Schools To Be More Like A Social NetworkMark Zuckerberg programmed Jarvis, his home AI assistant, not to freak out over nuances in languageWhat could go wrong? Startup sells med device before getting regulatory approvalSoFi stalls IPO plans amid changing market, report saysWhy Lincoln Continues To Put Matthew McConaughey In The McConaughey-iest SituationsSubscriptions to newspapers and magazines have spiked since Trump’s victoryYou’re not imagining it: Pregnancy changes a woman’s brainVideo of Russian ambassador’s fatal shooting tests Twitter’s policy on “gratuitous images of death”Mark Zuckerberg controls Jarvis, the home AI assistant he built, with a Messenger bot and iPhone appThe world’s largest consumer electronics extravaganza will have the largest-ever VR/AR showcaseVisualizing What The World Googled In 2016New Smart Car Campaign Pokes Fun At Motorized Movie ClichésOnce in a while, Jarvis, the home AI assistant Mark Zuckerberg built, annoys Zuck’s wifeThis New “Mobility Service” App Will Help Helsinki Ditch Car OwnershipMore Americans than ever are buying things onlineZuckerberg’s Jarvis project reconnected him to Facebook engineering experienceThe Do-It-Yourself Way To Create A Trump Damage Limitation FundWhy We May Be Seeing More Women Entrepreneurs In The FutureWhen Mark Zuckerberg needed a coding primer to build Jarvis, he got it–and quick20 years before Mark Zuckerberg’s Jarvis, Bill Gates built his dream homeMark Zuckerberg built a home AI assistant for his family–and I got to see itMark Zuckerberg’s epic music-recommendation quest“Blade Runner 2049” is here, but may not be bringing any answers with itOur First Look At The Long-Awaited “Blade Runner 2049” Is HereAt Home With Mark Zuckerberg And Jarvis, The AI Assistant He Built For His FamilyUp, Up And Away: For $75K, This (Beautiful) Balloon Will Take You Into SpaceWill IPOs rebound in 2017?Walmart Uses A Hypnotist To Help People Escape The Stress Of Adulthood At ChristmasChance The Rapper’s “Jingle Barack” Tops “SNL’s” Bittersweet Political Christmas PartyM Booth Says “Welcome To The Age Of Small Ideas”Are For-Profit Toilets The Solution To The Global Sanitation Crisis?This Startup Uses A Particle Accelerator To Make Solar Panels Much, Much CheaperIn one of his last Saturday addresses, Obama defended his net neutrality legacyA Drone Tour Of One Of The Most Anticipated Buildings Of 2017Morning intel: Apple’s battles with the EU and its potential windfall under a Trump administrationBeyond “Contemporary”: A Map Of Today’s Architectural MovementsWhy S’well CEO Sarah Kauss Just Hired Her First Chief Marketing OfficerPinterest’s Diversity Leader Explains Its Inclusive Hiring ProcessSoftware Is Politics5 Alternatives To American Ballot Design (And Why They Suck, Too)Experience The Trippy Life Of An Ancient RedwoodReviews of “Super Mario Run” are causing Nintendo’s share price to tankIn This Immersive “DataVRse,” You Can Explore Big Data Using Your SensesCan These Micro-Apartments Help End San Francisco’s Homelessness Crisis?Trump’s presidency could bring a tax windfall to Apple worth tens of billionsApple says it was singled out by EU tax authorities because it was a “convenient target”—not because it had a 0.005% tax rateHow H+M Is Trying To Balance Fast Fashion With Revolutionary Recycling12-Plus Apps You Should Delete Before The New YearTry This Exercise In Radical Empathy To Minimize ConflictThe Management Secret That Makes SNL’s Chaotic Writers Room SucceedWhat To Do When Your Boss Doesn’t Notice The Great Work You’re DoingThe Top 3 Factors That Will Make Or Break Your Recruitment In 2017The 10 Best Apps Of 2016These Universities Are Training The World’s Top CodersIt’s Time To Start Conducting More Scientific Job Interviews