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This Ice Cream Is Made From Food Waste (It’s Delicious)Four Silent Personal-Branding Mistakes You Don’t Realize You’re MakingThe War For Talent Is Over, And Everyone LostThe YouTube ad revolt continues with Pepsi, Starbucks, Walmart, GM, and others joining the exodusObamacare may still be alive, but it’s on life supportPeople at Uber couldn’t see their own diversity dataTrump’s “art of the deal” skills couldn’t save the GOP healthcare billDesigning A Super-Powerful Fake Sun To Make Cleaner EnergyTom Colicchio Wants To Transform How We Think About Food PolicyUber’s test for job applicants sounds like a violation of the Geneva convention or a frat hazing ritualDo customers want virtual makeup try-on tools? Smashbox has some dataAsking The Right Questions About The Cities Of The FutureA Brighter Urban LifeThis UI Was Designed Just For Bike CommutersU.S.-Backed Efforts To Promote Openness And Democracy Are At Risk In The Age Of TrumpAmazon adds more discounted phones—if you can handle the adsGoogle Hangouts will probably lose standard text messaging soonTrump’s Wall Is Also Dividing The Architecture CommunityLeast Creative Thing Of The Day: This Billboard Urges You To “Throw Rocks At Girls”Watch an Amazon Prime drone make its first delivery in the U.S.Comcast’s new plan for cord cutters is taking shapeSee How 26 Different Designers Destroyed The Same Iconic ChairDomino’s Day Off, Pedigree’s Child Replacement Program: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThis Sous Vide Bag Is Made To Be Cooked In Your LaundryGorillaz Are Back With Their New Single “Saturnz Barz” And A VR Music Video To BootHere’s the State Department’s announcement authorizing the Keystone XL PipelineGoogle’s Slowly Changing Search To Be More Like An App StoreGoogle’s Slowly Changing Search To Be More Like An App StoreWhy New Media Studio Blackpills Partnered With Vice For A Slew Of Scripted SeriesNetflix Without Borders: Inside The Streaming Service’s Plans For Global DominationThis is the world’s earliest known video game Easter eggHow Target Is Redesigning To Take On AmazonThis Smartphone Has A Radical Mission: To Be Used LessApple says not to worry about iPhone and Mac CIA exploitsTheranos will give investors double the shares if they promise not to sueTwitter wants to start charging you for a slightly better Tweetdeck experienceThe Keystone Pipeline Is Approved, But There May Not Be Enough Demand To Build ItOne Of These 5 Student Ideas For Refugee Tech Will Win A $1 Million PrizeA New Point-and-Click Revolution Brings AI To The MassesHow I Got My Dream Job Traveling The World And Taking Care Of PandasThis Plane Could Fly To Europe In Under 4 Hours–And Other Stories You Might’ve MissedThe Deceptively Simple Type Of Question Every Interviewer Needs To KnowFrom Thinx’s PR Crisis To Taking Better Notes: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesFour Questions You Should Always Ask Before Starting A New Work ProjectFour Workplace Stereotypes Millennials (Like Me) Thoroughly ResentThere’s More To The Smartphone Nostalgia Trip Than Meets The EyeHere’s your first look at Netflix’s “thumbs up” ratings system. (Buh-bye, stars.)The Silicon Valley startup that wants to help build Trump’s wall is backed by BeijingWill T-Mobile And Sprint Finally Tie The Knot This Year?eBay’s diversity report shows its staff is still mostly dudesWant to make your job listings more appealing? Advertise work-life balanceSoundCloud has raised $70 million to stay afloatWhat Silicon Valley can do to bring jobs to AppalachiaEberjey’s secret to thriving brick-and-mortar storesHow Fake Fixes To Fake News Could Lead To Real ProblemsEven in 1883, tech journalists were the worstI’m super ambivalent about ThinxWant To Understand How Trump Talks About Cities? Go Back To The 1960sWant To Understand How Trump Talks About Cities? Go Back To The 1960sA new Microsoft partnership signals a mellower approach to smart cars“Mixed Nuts” Over “Pulp Fiction”? See Which Hits Studios Missed Out OnBob Iger agrees to stick around. Disney magic ensues.Zuri makes it easier for Americans to wear fabulous African printsSenate votes to allow Verizon, Comcast, et al., to collect your personal information without permissionCan A Location-Based VR Startup Help Revive Shopping Malls And Cinemas?What Silicon Valley’s New Congressman Learned On His Trip To The Heart Of Coal CountryGood Design Is Helping NBA Players Win (And Getting Them Laid)Good Design Is Helping NBA Players Win (And Getting Them Laid)With reactions and mentions, Facebook Messenger will feel even more like a social networkAfter hitting a few speed bumps, Hyperloop One hires some Republicans to lobby the Trump administrationMeet The “Walter” Behind The New Bespoke Movie Streaming Service “Walter Presents”The Director of Netflix’s “The Discovery” Hopes You Don’t Call It The Suicide MovieCambridge Satchel Co.’s founder is committed to British manufacturing in a post-Brexit worldSchool is in: NBCUniversal is going to teach YouTubers how to create viral contentAnalyst: New safety features could make Tesla’s Model 3 ten times safer than the average car on the roadAdd A Bit Of Brutalism To Your Space With These Concrete DetailsBuilding Brand Legacy In The Age Of Now: The Championships, WimbledonHere’s what happened when a U.K. journalist tried to help a refugee open a bank accountBedsheet startup Syona Home goes to extreme lengths to ensure its cotton is ethicalThe UN’s HeForShe movement just made feminist dolls for boysOne Surprising Side Effect Of Anti-Trump Protests: An Art Supply Sales BoomOne Surprising Side Effect Of Anti-Trump Protests: An Art Supply Sales BoomWhat Would The World Look Like Without Highways?With Animation In Her Blood, Claire Keane Is Ready To Bring Disney’s “Tangled” To TVHow 5 Chief Resilience Officers Are Preparing For The Next 50 YearsFacebook has more 18-year-old male users than there are living on Earth todayThe Sexy, Scary Play That’s Influencing Google, Facebook, And DisneyMajor advertisers including AT&T and Verizon have stopped advertising on YouTubeApple acquires iPhone and iPad automation app WorkflowApple says it has not been hackedAmericans Are Becoming Increasingly Unhappy, According To The Global Happiness ReportHow L’Oréal Is Turning Itself Into A Sustainability LeaderIt’s A Time For Disobedience: MIT Media Lab Will Pay $250,000 To Support ItWhy You Should Create A Music Playlist For Your Next MeetingWhy Audiences Are Craving Experiences They Can TouchAdobe Interns Don’t Make Coffee, They Make AppsWhat To Do When Everyone Is Ignoring The Deadlines You Set ThemI Built A Bot To Apply To Thousands Of Jobs At Once–Here’s What I LearnedWhat John Legend Learned From Working In ConsultingWhy Launching Your Startup In A Crowded Market Might Actually Be A Great IdeaDid People Suffer For Your Cotton Shirt? DNA Tagging Lets You Track Its OriginsCan crowdfunding save DIY music spaces post-Ghost Ship?Some News From Your Friends At Co.ExistSome News From Your Friends At Co.ExistHow Matt Damon—And A Bunch Of Balloons—Are Raising Awareness For World Water DayHere’s who goes to the movies—broken down by age and raceThinx founder Miki Agrawal is no longer speaking at New Orleans Entrepreneur WeekMore women in tech may be looking at developer careersAmsterdam airport rolls out APIs to make it dopeThe First Look At “Death Note” Is Amazing (If You Don’t Dwell On The Casting)Airbnb says it already has more than 800 “Experiences” availableIn India, 1,000 Villages Will Become Free Internet Hotspots“Porn Today Is Sex Education”: Netflix’s “Hot Girls Wanted” ReturnsPharmacies Often Fail To Warn Customers About Dangerous Drug InteractionsBoom! Supersonic plane startup raises $33 million in fundingWhy Don’t More UIs Use Accelerometers?Why Don’t More UIs Use Accelerometers?Turn off your laptop and write this down with a penLinkedIn’s new trending feature will keep you up to speed on the day’s newsIntroducing the new Google Maps feature that all cheaters will want to keep turned offDirect-to-consumer denim brands like Mott & Bow are growing like gangbustersBlood Tests and Milkshakes: Can This Weird DNA Diet Make You Healthier?Instagram keeps fleshing out new opportunities for merchantsThis Awesome Design Tool Lets You Toggle Between Digital And Physical WorldsThis Awesome Design Tool Lets You Toggle Between Digital And Physical WorldsThat time Donald Trump’s former campaign manager secretly worked for a Russian billionaire and proposed a plan to boost Vladimir PutinTech Employees Think Their Companies Are More Diverse Than They Actually AreHere’s Everything You Need To Know Before You Watch Dave Chappelle’s Netflix SpecialsThis Is How The World Gets SickPreserving One Of Europe’s Oldest Languages Through TypeAmazon’s Alexa Is Spreading From Speakers To ScreensLinkedIn Aims To Turn New “Trending Storylines” Into A Daily Habit–And A MoneymakerA Love Letter To The Golden Age Of Concrete ArchitectureA Message To Our ReadersIt’s Alarmingly Easy For Machines To Control UsInside The Fake News Fight At Apple, Snapchat, Facebook, And MoreInside The Fake News Fight At Apple, Snapchat, Facebook, And MoreAirbnb has a new name in China: AibiyingIn China, Apple isn’t advertising the red iPhone 7 is supporting an HIV/AIDS charityAt least 40 people watched the gang-rape of a Chicago teen on Facebook LiveHalf a million Uber users requested to delete their accounts in one weekThis Nonprofit’s “Guerrilla Humanitarianism” Is Increasing Global Access To Clean WaterA New Wave Of Socially Conscious Tampon Companies Focuses On Organics And Giving BackYour Craniosacralist Will See You Now: Can A Startup Bring Alt Medicine To The Mainstream?How I Landed My Dream Job At SlackHollywood Can’t Win When It Comes To RaceHow To Finally Stop Taking Useless Notes At WorkHow Learning To Code Helped Me Beat The Odds As A 19-Year-Old Female FounderHere’s When You Should (And Shouldn’t) Ignore Other People’s FeedbackBaidu’s head of artificial intelligence is stepping downWith Its Cheap New iPad, Apple Wants To Overcome The Perils Of Premium PricingYour Next iPhone Can Now Come In RedSCOTUS cameras? Neil Gorsuch says he’s open to thatHere’s To The Least Funny Person On Twitter: Governor Mike HuckabeeNew Yorker Cartoonist Shannon Wheeler Tackles Trump’s TweetsNASA’s super accurate atomic clock gives new meaning to the term “space time”This College Alternative Only Makes Money If You Make A SalaryWhy “Handmaids Tale”-Themed Protesters Showed Up At The Texas LegislatureYes, Thinx’s CEO did take work calls from the toiletWhy The iPad Is Still Important To Apple’s Future (Hint: Work)If Virgin Galactic ever gets going, Stephen Hawking is going to spaceTurkey and France top the list of countries asking Twitter to take down content—and it’s not even closePinterest’s apprentice program is moving the needle on diversity, slowly but surelyHow “Dara Ju” Went From Blank Page To Finished FilmYou can watch the Final Four in VR (and pay more for better camera angles)Thinx’s Stance On Period Leave Could Have Been A Harbinger Of Bigger HR IssuesFormer Thinx CEO Miki Agrawal Revealed Her Questionable Office Behavior Last SummerFormer Thinx CEO Miki Agrawal On Why Thinx Didn’t Offer Period LeaveHighlights from the 2016 Fast Company Innovation FestivalWhy Frog Is Taking A Gamble On Early-Stage StartupsSnapchat and MGM are teaming up to produce four-minute TV showsWhy Frog Is Taking A Gamble On Early-Stage StartupsThis Artist’s Depictions Of Her Tinder Experiences May Fully Cure You of The AppApple’s Clips App Is Snapchat For People Who Don’t Get SnapchatApple adds more color to the iPhone and WatchNative advertising spending will reach $22 billion this yearA New Study Says Native Advertising Spend In U.S. To Reach $22 Billion This YearPink Floyd Records’ New Identity Was 40 Years In The MakingStella Is Back After 20 Years! Or Maybe It’s 21? Or 12? Anyway, They’re Back!Apple’s new 9.7-inch iPad is faster, cheaper, and chunkierThis Gorgeous Gradient Watch Rethinks Our Perception Of TimeApple wants you to “jazz up” your videos with its new Clips editing software for iOSAugmented Reality Is About To Change Art ForeverHow Learning To Overshare Changed Comedian Pete Holmes’s Life ForeverThe Unlikely Way Algorithmic Design Could Transform SuburbiaDisney Turns People Into Human PuppetsDisney Turns People Into Human Puppets3 Things Design Researchers Can Learn From Online DatingIs your country’s election under siege by digital attackers? Alphabet’s Jigsaw wants to help3 Things Design Researchers Can Learn From Online DatingApple is probably just hours away from unveiling new iPadsGoogle to give brands more control so their ads don’t appear next to extremist contentWhy More And More Philanthropies Are Choosing To Put Themselves Out Of BusinessKevin Systrom On Instagram’s Big Moves: “It’s Almost Riskier Not To Disrupt Yourself”Why More And More Philanthropies Are Choosing To Put Themselves Out Of BusinessMeet The Father-Son Duo Importing American Bison To Siberia To Save The PlanetHow Trump’s Budget Cuts Will Affect STEM Education For Low- To Middle-Income FamiliesAlphabet hires new VP to fight autonomous vehicle policy battles in WashingtonWalmart launches “Store No. 8” tech incubatorThis Networking Platform Lets You Pay For Advice From Employees At Your Dream JobHow To Go Back To School While Working Full-Time Without Losing Your MindA Microsoft Engineer Discusses Why Diversity In Tech Will Make Better ProductsHow Sweetgreen Stays Competitive In A Crowded Space Of Dining OptionsInside Frog’s Wild Venture Design ArmWhy These Introverts Succeed In Extroverts’ JobsThese Three Job Skills Aren’t Just For IT Workers AnymoreHere’s How I Decide Whether To Accept Your LinkedIn Connection RequestDrake’s “More Life” said to smash streaming recordsNow a former Thinx employee is accusing Miki Agrawal of sexual harassmentTrump wants your electronic devices treated like weapons on an airplaneSesame Street’s First New Muppet In A Decade Is Julia, A 4-Year-Old Girl With AutismChobani’s CEO speaks out about what it was like to receive death threats for hiring refugees: “It hurt me.”Sesame Street’s New Character Is Part Of A Bigger Lesson On DiversityThis startup introduces the principles of science through jewelryComey: The DNC denied FBI access to computers hacked by RussiansFinally! Clothes for nursing that you can actually get pumped aboutDisney researchers can catch a real ball while wearing a VR headsetFoursquare’s New Dashboard Aims To Be A Google Analytics For The Physical WorldHow We’ll Get Around In The City Of The FutureDecoding The Symbols Of 1970s Gangs–And Their Business CardsNot Sure Why, But Domino’s New Ad Campaign Pays Tribute To “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”Get Your First Look At Robert DeNiro As Bernie Madoff In HBO’s “Wizard Of Lies”Samsung’s Bixby is coming to take on Siri and AlexaA Ping-Pong Table That’s Actually Cool (Thanks To Science)Welp, the FBI and NSA both say they have zero evidence to support Trump’s wiretapping claimsModCloth customers are pretty pissed the brand just sold itself to WalmartThe FBI is probing the “nature of any links” between Russia and Donald Trump’s campaignMaybe somebody should ask Neil Gorsuch how well he understands employment lawNendo’s Latest? Silicon Vases That Look And Act Like JellyfishAn Immigrant Love Story About Religion, Comas, And “The Beauty Of Compromise”Nendo’s Latest? Silicon Vases That Look And Act Like JellyfishSelf-made female billionaires are on the riseThis Gentle But Powerful Film Shows Domestic Abuse Victims They’re Not AloneHappy at work? This map measures job satisfaction around the worldHow SXSW’s “Inheritance” Became a MovieSpaceX’s Dragon capsule makes a safe landing at seaArtists And Scientists Are Teaming With Businesses And Nonprofits On Gender ConcernsArtists And Scientists Are Teaming With Businesses And Nonprofits On Gender ConcernsThis Building Is Redefining What A Homeless Shelter MeansBack to the future: These old-school Qualcomm cellphones are getting modern-day upgradesThe U.K. will trigger Article 50 to begin Brexit procedures on March 29America’s Most Beautiful LibrariesApple is reportedly working on tons of AR features for the iPhoneIdeo Studied Innovation In 100+ Companies–Here’s What It FoundU.S. judge orders Google to identify people who searched for someone’s nameUber just lost its VP of Mapping tooCheck out Jeff Bezos piloting a 13-foot-tall robot from your nightmaresNow You Can Literally See The Differences Between Apple And GoogleAnnouncing The Winners Of The 2017 World Changing Ideas AwardsWhy The Plant-Based Impossible Burger Is Taking Restaurant Menus By Storm8 Highlights From The 2017 World Changing Ideas AwardsHow Charity: Water Uses Data To Connect Donors And The People They’re HelpingHow Chobani’s Hamdi Ulukaya Is Winning America’s Culture WarCan Hulu Reprogram The Way We Watch TV?How Hulu Is Using Original Content To Woo New SubscribersHow Cava Uses Data To Redesign RestaurantsRadio Host Krista Tippett On The Elements Of WisdomWhat The Most Popular Celebrity Photos Reveal About Instagram’s SuccessHow Mary Dillon Turned Ulta Beauty Into The Leading Cosmetics RetailerUpdates From Our Most Innovative Companies: Farfetch, Black Lives Matter, And MoreHow Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo Is Future-Proofing The City Of LightThey Bought WHAT? 10 Surprising AcquisitionsThe Recommender: What Execs From Lola, Related Companies, And L’Oreal Are Loving NowIBM’s New CMO Michelle Peluso Talks Watson, The Cloud, And Ethics Of AIHow To Lead In Turbulent TimesBox’s Aaron Levie On Why Business Leaders Should Get More PoliticalWhat I Wish I Knew About My First PaycheckWhy One CEO Says It’s A Company’s Responsibility To Speak Out PoliticallyThese Married Chefs Prove Working With Your Spouse Isn’t Always A Terrible IdeaWhy Salesforce’s New Equality Chief Is Thinking Beyond DiversityWhat I’ve Learned By Giving Up On “Time Management”How Women Can Talk Themselves Out Of Speech-Based Gender BiasesIBM says Watson AI can personalize video games to keep players hookedHow Instagram Changed—Before It Had To