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How I Managed To Save Money On A $25,000 Salary In New York CityYour Creative Calendar: 82 Things To See, Hear, And Read This AprilAndroid’s Next Version Is Brimming With Weird PossibilitiesHow Leaving The Army And Dropping Out Of College Helped Me Build My Own Dream JobThese States Are Pushing Back Against The Internet Privacy RollbackA hand sanitizer that makes you smile? Olika just made oneFox News and Al Jazeera were the top Facebook publishers in FebruaryThis is not an April Fools’ gag: A quick guide to your Netflix AprilThis vegan leather handbag feels so real PETA might just throw paint at youThis New Book Will Document How The Tech Industry Is Resisting TrumpWhy not spend your Friday playing Ms. Pac-Man on Google Maps?Pissed Off About Something? Here’s $15,000 To Start An Activism TeamRaising The Snapchat And Instagram GenerationHow The Feds Plan To Respond To A Hack On The Electric GridGoodbye, Twitter egg (we won’t miss you)“The Blackcoat’s Daughter” Director Oz Perkins On Why The Best Scary Movies Are Sad MoviesInside Twitter’s Obsessive Quest To Ditch The EggInside Twitter’s Obsessive Quest To Ditch The EggKendrick Lamar Wants To Stay “Humble,” But This Is a Video To Brag AboutRight now, on Netflix, you can watch Will Arnett provide live commentary on a microwave burritoUniqlo threatens to withdraw from U.S. if Trump imposes border taxThis Whimsical Toy Puzzle Is Actually FurnitureNo joke: Nordic newspapers have canceled April FoolsCrashes, falls, bed bugs—Here are the top causes of liability loss for businessesAt Digit, All That Spare Change Is Adding Up—To $500 Million In DepositsThe Female Engineers Building Better Sex ToysTo Interact With This Interface, Just SmileThirty Years Later, The Story Behind Nike’s Iconic “Revolution”4 Ways Cities Are Already Fighting Trump’s Climate Change Policy4 Ways Cities Are Already Fighting Trump’s Climate Change PolicyWant To Design For Social Progress? These Ex-Clinton Staffers Have Some Advice40% of U.K. video game studios might relocate to other EU countries because of BrexitApple just hired a former YouTube exec to help fix its video content strategyRobots Are Going To Kill Jobs Because They Already HaveTrump Can’t Stop U.S. Emissions From Dropping–But They’re Still Not Dropping Fast EnoughEmployees will begin moving into Apple’s spaceship campus in AprilEveryone hates Twitter’s new @reply changesWhy Your Best Productivity Hacks Still Come Up Short (And What Really Needs To Change)How I Got My Dream Job As A CybersleuthCareer Experts Make Over These Mediocre LinkedIn ProfilesFrom Bot-Driven Job Searching To Googlers’ Work Habits: March’s Top Leadership StoriesNo more big smiles in your ID photo: You may foil face recognition tech :-/Watch Elon Musk react incredulously to SpaceX’s recycled rocket landing: “I’m at a loss for words”FBI director Jim Comey doesn’t seem to mind his Twitter and Instagram were apparently revealedHere’s what Reddit is doing to get serious about making moneyPalmer Luckey is out at FacebookDegreed CEO David Blake Wants To Reward Life-Long LearningHow To Keep Your Laptop Safe When Traveling Through The Middle EastIn The Age Of Fake News, Your April Fools’ Marketing Stunt Is Especially UnfunnyBuilding A Better Understanding Of Human Trafficking, To Help End ItCarl’s Jr. Grows Up, Samsung VR Is For The Birds: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekWill Reddit Ever Grow Up?Prepare Yourself For Super-Powerful Photoshop AIThe Dairy Of The Future Is A Sustainable Closed Loop Powered By Cow PoopYour Twitter @reply names will no longer hog precious charactersCan Repair Revolution Teach Consumers To Mend Their Wasteful Ways?Lively created D-cup bralettes that sold out in 24 hoursMinistry of Supply now lets you 3D-print customized garments in store while you waitLyft manages to screw up its best opportunity to be a better UberNew Vicks Ad Tugs The Heartstrings For Trans Rights In IndiaParavel creates luxury luggage that allows you to support social causesIn one year, bra trends totally changedAmazon has a new secret plan to cut Walmart out of the supply chainItaly’s Overlooked Graphic Design Greats Get An Online MuseumMcDonald’s figures it will try fresh beef for a changeWhy Everyone Is Going Nuts For Nintendo’s Latest ConsoleWhy Everyone Is Going Nuts For Nintendo’s Latest ConsoleRedesigning iPhone Meditation, No Lotus Position RequiredRedesigning iPhone Meditation, No Lotus Position RequiredArtisanal Ice Cream Gets The Pentagram TreatmentUrban Poverty Has A Sound–And It’s LoudGoogle finally brings its Calendar app to the iPadJeff Bezos’s Blue Origin just won an eminent aeronautics awardA genius is selling his browser history before his ISP canThe One Idea Apple Should Steal From SamsungWatch Peggy Whitson break the record for most spacewalks by a female astronautThis App Lets Your Company Pay You To Bike To WorkThe Vast, Secretive Face Database That Could Instantly ID You In A CrowdHow The ACLU Is Evolving To Fight Trump In Streets–Not Just The CourtroomHow Being Too Thoughtful Could Lead To Making Worse DecisionsHow This Company Combines The Gig Economy Model With AI To Be More ProductiveI’m The Guy Who Created Bulletproof Coffee–This Is My Morning RoutineShould You Refer Your Friend For A Job At Your Company? Here’s How To TellThree Ways To Add Personality To Your Resume (And Three Ways Not To)Another 3D printing startup bites the dust: Sources say SOLS quietly shut down operations last yearA Reading Guide For Designers Who Want To WriteRIP,, and—Amazon is shutting down QuidsiFrom “Cheers” To “Han Solo”: Inside The Singular Career of Woody Harrelson, Underrated SuperstarThe glaring economy: These U.S. cities have the most jobs in solarInside The “Mythical” Minds And Digital Empire Of YouTube Pioneers Rhett & LinkThese Are The 5 New Samsung S8 Features That Could Make You Ditch Your iPhoneIs Design Still Relevant? A Candid Look At Branding Clinton’s Failed CampaignIs Design Still Relevant? A Candid Look At Branding Clinton’s Failed CampaignMPAA Report: African-Americans Hit Movie Theaters In Record Numbers In 2016This Neighborhood Is Transforming By Letting Artists Buy Its Vacant Homes For CheapIn 15 Years, Millions Of People Will Give Up Their Cars For Autonomous Ride HailingThe Remake of Stephen King’s “It” Now Has a Trailer And You Now Have NightmaresMathieu Bitton’s Stunning Leica Exhibit Blends A Love Of Photography And Black CultureIn Photos: The Stories Of Refugees, Captured By Their PhonesYou can now open your Samsung phone with your faceSamsung glossed over its battery issues at the Galaxy S8 launch eventAre you seeing a mysterious rocket ship icon in your Facebook news feed?The first full trailer for Luc Besson’s “Valerian” is as wild as you’d expectThe USA women’s hockey team has finally reached a deal over equitable paySmall Towns Can Be Resilient, TooSamsung’s Galaxy S8 And S8+ Smartphones: My First 14 Impressions And QuestionsNew High-Res Oculus Home For Gear VR Boosts The Mobile ExperienceSamsung Galaxy S8 Vs. Google Pixel: Which Ad Framed It Better?Blue Origin’s 10-minute space ride could cost $200,000—but there will be leather seatsWe need more doctors and nurses. Maybe this online Harvard Med School course can helpCarl’s Jr.’s New Ad Strategy Is Ditching The Boobs To Concentrate On The FoodThe next Windows 10 update will arrive with a hard sell for augmented realityCan You Really Do That? “Hollywood Weapons” Puts Action Movie Stunts To The “Mythbusters” TestAfter 18 Years, Explosions In The Sky Just Accomplished A Rare Feat: A Music VideoDo You Know Who Builds Your Design? Here’s Why You ShouldBuzzFeed could finally go public next year: reportHow Neuroscience Might Help The San Francisco Giants Win The World SeriesThe Handmaid’s Tale Gets The Most Frighteningly Perfect MakeoverIt’s very convenient timing for the first “An Inconvenient Sequel” trailer to arriveHow Google Branded Tech’s Next Big ParadigmTransparent Design Is A Matter Of National SecurityTransparent Design Is A Matter Of National SecurityWith “Icons,” Legion M Is Creating Pop-Culture Time Capsules And Pushing VR’s LimitsDomino’s will deliver pizza using sidewalk robots in GermanyTinder now lets you swipe for love in your web browserThe U.K. has officially triggered Article 50, beginning its withdrawal from the EUApple is now rejecting apps with pricing info in their namesIn Its New Factory, Impossible Foods Will Make 12 Million Pounds Of Plant-Based Burgers A YearThis Tech Platform Is The Backbone Of The Anti-Trump Organizing EffortsThis Is How To Get Hired At FacebookHow Asana Built The Best Company Culture In TechIs The Amy Schumer Backlash A Symptom Of A Bigger Problem?How These Seven Tech Leaders Are Tackling Diversity In 2017How To Turn Your Internship Into Full-Time Work—Including At Another CompanyThree Reliable Leadership Lessons I Keep Going Back To In Uncertain TimesHouse just voted to allow ISPs to sell your browsing history and data without notifying youApple’s Augmented Reality Debut Will Look More Like “Pokémon” Than Magic LeapThis Teddy Bear Doesn’t Have To Pass Any Toy Safety Regulations Because It’s A GunMaybe Travis Kalanick should’ve thought harder before leaving Trump’s advisory councilThe YouTube ad backlash might not be hurting Google as much as you thinkJack Dorsey’s Square expands into the U.K.Payday loan rival Elevate Credit files for an IPOUber’s diversity report highlights a resource group for its “Jewbers”If You Use Public Transit When You’re Young, You’re Less Likely To Drive LaterOpen Sesame: Google Home, Alexa, and Siri Can Open Smart Locks NowBluetooth Trackers And The Race To Help You Find Your StuffLarge-Scale Energy Storage Is The (Virtual) Power Plant Of The FutureChris Berka’s Lifelong Quest To Make Consciousness VisibleEtsy and the future of home-based microbusinessesAmazon’s drive-through grocery store gets a name, but still no dateHere’s how much one industrial robot can affect U.S. employmentThis Groundbreaking Amphibious Prosthetic Leg Is Actually An Ad For HealthcareWatch Spider-Man swing into Avengers action in the new “Homecoming” trailerGet ready to see commercials before your Periscope videosA Legendary Artist’s 50-Year Project To Create Overwhelming SilenceThe Big Business Of Bridge LightsThe Big Business Of Bridge LightsCoach in talks to buy Kate SpadeShaky science? Gwyneth Paltrow defends her supplement business in the face of attacksThis Is What a Creative Hackathon For Resisting Trump Looks LikeHow Restaurants Use Big Data To Learn More About Their CustomersThe Chinese tech company behind WeChat now owns 5% of TeslaA $2.6 Million Bet To Turn Your Home Into A Giant ScreenFacebook’s Snapchat Envy Shows In Its New Stories And CameraSecrets Of A Professional Pub DesignerIkea’s Next Big FrontierPushing the Boundaries of InnovationUber is reportedly ending operations in DenmarkAmazon acquires Middle East retailer Souq.comCan Red Bull Make Social Entrepreneurship An Extreme Sport?Resistbot Turns Your Angry Trump Texts Into Faxes To CongressCould Working Remotely Be As Bad For Your Health As Smoking?How To Prepare For Your Dream Career While You’re In The Job You Have NowA Circular Runway Could Be The Obvious Answer To More Efficient AirportsBrainstorming Doesn’t Work–Try These Three Alternatives InsteadThree Ways Getting Emotional Can Help You Make Your PitchLowe’s Efforts To Retool Its Stores May Backfire, Say EmployeesDeconstructing A Scene: “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”It Only Took 5,000 Years, But The Flip-Flop Is Finally Getting SmarterHere’s the most ominous quote from Maureen Dowd’s deep dive into Elon Musk’s fear of AIGwyneth Paltrow Wants To Put Her Goop Inside YouFormer Android boss Andy Rubin teases an all-screen smartphoneHTC partners with Warner to bring Ready Player One to Vive VRLongtime Apple vet to run Oculus’s hardware divisionWaymo is testing self-driving minivans in the snowAngry about politics? Facebook wants to connect you to your representativesA Startup’s Plan To Cut Air Freight Costs In Half With 777-Size DronesDid this iPad bomb plot lead to the laptop ban on U.S. and U.K. flights?A Judge Just Sank Thomas Heatherwick’s Controversial Floating ParkAnd They All Lived Happy-ishly Ever After: The Return Of “Love, Actually”Apple’s Bid To Reclaim The Classroom From Chromebooks May Be Too LateUber’s self-driving cars are already back on the road after Arizona crashHow The Chicago Cubs Brand Strategy Is Embracing The WHere’s The UI Metaphor VR Desperately NeedsHere’s The UI Metaphor VR Desperately NeedsLike Google Maps, Facebook Messenger now lets you share your locationWhen it’s finally released, Magic Leap’s headgear is likely to cost more than $1,000Kevin Hart Gets Ballsy For New Tommy John CampaignAt The Chocolate Museum, You Eat The ArtAt The Chocolate Museum, You Eat The ArtAmazon’s cashier-free convenience store is delayed amid technical glitches: reportThis Chilling Short Illustrates Our Greatest Fears About Digital IsolationThis Chilling Short Illustrates Our Greatest Fears About Digital IsolationCan This Hipster Hangout Get Red & Blue America Talking?The Surprising Second Life Of America’s AsylumsMeet Wolfgang, The Agency Aiming To Bridge The Divide Between Creative And ConsultingWhy Airport Runways Should Actually Be CircularIvanka Trump will attend a German summit on the economic empowerment of womenHow The Affordable Care Act Is Transforming Health Care DesignLyft is letting riders round up their fare to make charitable donationsDirector Brett Ratner thinks Rotten Tomatoes is destroying Hollywood filmsShould Your Company Be A Benefit Corporation, A B Corp, Or What?The Nonprofit Industry Has A Big Wage Gap ProblemThese are the tech titans on Trump’s new SWAT innovation teamUse These Words At The End Of Your Emails To Increase Your Chance Of Getting A ReplyThe Lesson Your Startup Needs To Learn From Thinx’s PR Nightmare10 Common Thank-You Note Mistakes That Can Cost You The Job OfferThis Museum Is Full Of Chocolate You Can EatThree Spring-Cleaning Tips To Help You Plan For Summer Vacation Right NowA Short Guide To Work Phone Calls For People Who Grew Up TextingThe Most Common Resume Mistakes And How To Fix ThemHow I Created My Dream Job That Didn’t ExistSouthwest Airlines’ Digital Transformation Takes Off