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To Stop Tyrants, Think Like A ReporterHow I Knew When Saying “Yes” Was Hurting My Productivity (And Worse)Here are just a few of the great signs at the #MarchForScienceHow The Most Productive CEOs Keep Email In CheckHow To Prevent “Move Fast And Break Things” From Breaking YouFacebook just beat its own record for lobbying the federal governmentThe Best Advice For Building Chatbots? Don’t Force People To Use ChatbotsSamsung’s New S8 Feels Rushed, But Consumers Unconcerned About Battery SafetyForget Uber and Waymo: Self-driving vehicles are creeping into cities via public transitThis Climate Change Doc Is A Wake-Up Call For Trump’s AdministrationHow In-Home Package Delivery Could Save E-CommerceTwo words: Lawn RoombaThis App Shows You What Life Will Be Like When The World’s Ice MeltsTech dad Bill Gates sets serious tech limits for his kidsA New World Atlas For A Planet In CrisisHow Trying To Be Likable Nearly Killed My CareerCould Universal Environmental Education Spur A Green Revolution?When it comes to reading your mind, Facebook may be no Uri GellerThe New York Times Shows Just How Hard It Is To Find The TruthThat Virtual Gorillaz House Becomes Real This Weekend, And You Should GoFrom Googlers’ Management Tips To Salary Talk: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesBaby brain: Trying to not get pregnant is a mental and emotional burden for womenSam’s Club is your new favorite sommelierThis cool GOTV video will remind you of everything you love about France in under a minuteYour Moment Of Zen: The Front Pages Of Major Newspapers With No NewsIs Your Hiring Process As Emotionally Intelligent As The People It’s Meant To Hire?KFC says it’s sending a chicken sandwich into space—and Rob Lowe is going to helpThe government doesn’t regulate cosmetics, so drugstores like CVS are stepping inAirbnb Is Quietly Testing Flexible Payment Options For GuestsWhen It Comes To Clean Cars, Is The California Way The Right Approach?How I Survived Nearly A Decade Of UnderemploymentMREs Plated Like Fancy Restaurant Dishes Still Look Really GrossSamsung and Google are making nice for the new Galaxy music experience“Free Fire” Director Ben Wheatley On How You Make Every Bullet CountThe NEA Just Lost One Of Its Biggest Design ChampionsHow To Design An Inclusive Tech ConferenceThe Surprising Ways You Ruined Your Interview Before You Even Opened Your MouthGoogle Can Finally Understand Your Drunk TextsMindy Kaling Goes Nameless, Dove Turns Hacker: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThese Mexican And American Designers Have A Radical Idea For Trump’s WallCapturing The Beauty Of Ice, Polar Bears, And Penguins–Before They Are Gone ForeverElon Musk has a new company that wants to turn you into a BorgPlastc, the one credit card to rule them all, is finishedThe Environmentalist Papers Make The Case For Conservation In The Age Of TrumpSecure messaging app popular among Trump staffers isn’t so secure, says lawsuitHow The CEO Of The Newman’s Own Foundation Carries On An Unconventional LegacyThe Changing Face of Sales for Small-Business OwnersWhat Facebook Could Learn From Other Platforms About Content ModerationThis depressing statistic puts Bill O’Reilly’s ouster in perspectiveVirgin Atlantic Is Launching Its Own Branded Podcast “The Venture”If you own a Tesla Model S or Model X, check your inboxThe White House’s second shot at health care reform looks even uglier than the first oneThis Text Messaging Service Helps Inner-City Kids Recover From TraumaMusic History Revelations From The New Doc On Super-Producer Clive DavisWhat Happens When Your Tinder Profile Gets Turned Into ArtI Hate Pictures Of Food. Why Doesn’t Facebook Understand That Yet?The good old days of iPhone 6 sales are coming back, predicts Morgan Stanley analystApple’s Earth Day ads have yaks, fake sweat, and an animated Tim CookThis Incubator Is Creating The Next Generation Of Farmers7 Better Questions To Ask Interviewers Than “How’s Your Work Culture?”Now Google Home can recognize different voicesSuave Fooled A Bunch Of Beauty Influencers Into Thinking It Was Luxury HaircareSpotify’s new deal with indie labels shows it’s getting serious about the upcoming IPOWalmart might soon add Bonobos to its buying spreeThis Crazy New Interface Makes Zero Sense–For NowGwyneth On What To Expect At Goop Summit (Hint: Collagen Martinis & Crystals)Here’s How To Network When You Aren’t Sure What You NeedGoodbye, Bill: How Late Night Tackled O’Reilly’s DepartureA Kentucky coal mine might get turned into a solar plantWatch China And India’s Poverty Plummet Over Two DecadesJimmy Kimmel toured Facebook Spaces—and the apartment you’ll never leaveYour Hunch Was Wrong: Intuition Isn’t Inborn After AllTodd Eberle Stares Into The Creative Soul Of The World’s Greatest ArchitectsThis Year, Santa Claus Is Black and Gay–Thanks To This “Colbert” WriterThere’s a VR version of Sir David Attenborough but we already called dibsReformation is opening its crazy cool fully sustainable L.A. factory to visitorsHow Social Impact Became A Cornerstone At BoxCould “Social Justice Benefits” Be The Newest Employment Trend?100 Artists Redesigned The Modern Office’s Most Obsolete ObjectStar Search: NASA’s amazing photo archives are now available onlineThe Small Startup That’s Helping Hundreds Of Cities Visualize The FutureHere’s How I Complete My To-Do List Every DayMy Day With Juicero, Silicon Valley’s Absurd $400 Juicer“Step To The Line”: How Prison Is Helping Oculus Expand VR’s HorizonsApple plans to stop using mined minerals to make iPhonesFor Your Next Adult Coloring Book, Shade In Data On Climate ChangeMove over Touch ID—Mastercard is building fingerprint scanners directly into their cardsLearn The Facts Of Homelessness In The U.S. With These Data VisualizationsGoogle, the world’s largest .  .  . ad blocker?Don’t Hate Facebook Spaces VR, Or Take It Too SeriouslyHere’s what you need to know from day two of Facebook’s F8 conferenceA giant asteroid will come really close to the earth tonightFacebook shows vision of feature-rich, see-through AR glassesNo, millennials aren’t a bunch of job-hopping flakesPrescriptions For Fresh Produce, And Other World Changing Ideas In FoodFacebook talks bringing connectivity everywhere it’s requiredNow WeWork Wants To Build Out Your Office And Run It For YouWalmart Wants To Cut 1 Billion Tons Of Emissions Out Of Its Supply ChainHow Tech-Savvy Progressives Plan On Keeping The Momentum Going After Georgia’s ElectionFacebook Wants To Read Your Mind And Make You Feel WordsWoz’s Crystal Ball: Life On Mars, Flying Cars—And Robots In ChargeWith Facebook’s New Tool, You Can Easily Make Your Own 360 Videos In VRYes, Facebook is working on technology to read your mindMen become more partisan when they earn less than their wivesWhat’s going on in that video? Facebook wants to knowNew Facebook VR cameras shoot professional-quality 360 3D videoFor Facebook AI, machine vision is just the beginningHow Facebook’s Hardware Lab Helped Build The VR Industry’s Most Advanced CameraThe silly $50K bet that got Venmo’s founders in hot water with PayPalThese college majors can lead to careers with gender wage gapsAmazon tops the list of companies looking for AI developersFive Misconceptions I Had To Abandon Fast As A New ManagerNendo Makes Solid Marble Look Like AirHow An Offbeat Video Game Got 100 Japanese Bands To Write Its SoundtrackJason Chaffetz decides to not seek re-election amid growing oppositionHow I Became CEO After Starting As A Flextime EmployeeWomen founders are making startups grow faster: studyYour Favorite ’80s Jams Have Become Old School Stephen King Book CoversA Fitbit The Size Of A Ring Is Surprisingly WonderfulFive Lessons I Learned In The First 24 Hours After Launching My StartupHyperloop One is running behind schedule—just like every other trainThis Land Art Was Used For Secret Cold War-Era SurveillanceHow Small Businesses Can Harness The Power Of AIQuiet please: Introverts might make better CEOsUnited Airlines made the impossible happen—it united Matt Damon and Jimmy KimmelYou Might Be Genetically Predisposed to ProcrastinationCan A Graphic Novel Teach Teens To Care About Urban Design?Alphabet’s Stealthy Smartwatch Has One Killer FeatureThe Uphill Battle Of United Way NYC’s First Female PresidentThis Startup Is Building A Fitness Tracker For The PlanetThe Elusive Dream Of Affordable, Flat-Pack FurnitureExclusive: Viacom’s New Study Is A Marketer’s Blueprint For MillennialsSteve Ballmer just made government data much easier to readIs Your Money In A Bank That’s Doing Something Good With It?At Flatiron Health, Doctors And Developers Work On Cracking The Code For Better Cancer TreatmentBaidu’s self-driving car tech will hit the roads this summerFox News is getting ready to give Bill O’Reilly the bootGoogle’s life science spinoff Verily launches 10,000-person human-health studyApple Will Soon Join The AR Platform War That Facebook Just StartedFacebook’s AR Studio would like to be the Photoshop of augmented realityGoodbye, YHOO—an internet classic goes out with a bang in final earnings beatFacebook CTO Mike Schroepfer On The Company’s AI Progress–And What’s NextSnapchat’s Amazing New Filters Drop Digital Stuff Into Your Real WorldJessica Alba On The Honest Company’s EvolutionHere’s what you need to know from Facebook’s F8 conference todayHow Peer-To-Peer Payment Pioneer Venmo Grew Up And Got SeriousTo promote “Silicon Valley,” HBO mocks the digital assistant crazeNetflix Is Playing The Long Game, Even If Wall Street Isn’tBill O’Reilly must be having a terrible vacationHow Long Until Facebook Is Floating An Ad In My Morning Cup Of Coffee?Philanthropies Need A Better Way To Measure If Their Fundraising Is SuccessfulFacebook Spaces is reminding everyone of that “Black Mirror” episode with the creepy avatarsSpotify opens up its data to hungry musiciansBuilt-in Spotify and Apple Music makes Facebook Messenger more musicalThe Facebook Messenger platform, one year laterMicrosoft already fixed most of those NSA security holes before they were leakedWith Its F8 Announcements, Facebook Messenger Is Getting Down To BusinessFacebook Messenger wants to be your Yellow PagesFacebook’s first social VR app blends real, virtual worldsFacebook Spaces VR Is Now Open To The PublicA high-end iPhone with a bezel-free design is looking more likelyFacebook is getting really, really smart at understanding imagesFacebook launches augmented reality platform into betaAt F8, Zuckerberg acknowledges the Facebook murderHow Airlines Are Using Technology To Seem More HumanLast-minute reading before the F8 keynoteTheranos agrees to pay $4.65 million in refunds to Arizonans who purchased blood testsWhat Airbnb Has Discovered About Building A Lasting BrandFour Steps For Rebounding From Job-Search RejectionSeatGeek takes aim at Ticketmaster with a $56 million tech acquisitionKind Snacks Wants To Pop Your Social Media BubbleDonald isn’t the only Trump whose old tweets may come back to haunt himDolce & Gabbana is going to look great on your toasterSamsung Galaxy S8 And S8+ Review: Dream Screens And Harsh Software RealitiesHere’s How Kickstarter Plans To Make Sure It’s Not Just A Gadget MarketplaceHow I Hired My Newest Employee Before She Even Started Her Job SearchApparently, we are all distracted driversKobe Bryant On Why He Took The Role Of Creative Director For This New BodyArmor AdTumblr Users Just Got Private Video Chat—This Could Get NSFW FastYour Brain Hates Self-Promotion As Much As You Do—Try These WorkaroundsThe Arrivals’ Sleek Jackets Let You Wear Your Favorite ArchitectureSnapchat’s wacky new 3D lenses might just follow you aroundGoogle Earth just made traveling the world in virtual reality even more virtually realSteve Ballmer Spends Millions To Redesign Government InformationThe Official “Small-Font Playlist”: Honoring Overlooked Festival ActsFred Armisen’s Old Manager Urged Him Not To Do Characters. He Was Wrong.In toxins we trust? Our faith in harmful chemicals is holding the natural beauty industry backHow Climate Change Could Ravage America’s National Parks, In 7 Ominous PostersWhy Running For Office Could Be The Career Booster Millennials NeedCopy Le Corbusier’s Color Theories With These Stunning TilesThe 7 Questions Recruiters At Companies Like Amazon And Spotify Wish You Would AskSmoke up, drink up—Foursquare says legal weed isn’t hurting the bar industry“It’s Always Worth It”: 6 Strategies For Overcoming A Creative BlockHere’s how to watch Zuck’s keynote at Facebook’s F8 conference onlineInstagram now lets you organize all those saved meal pics into collectionsHow Microsoft Is Designing An Interface For People Who’ve Never Used ComputersFacebook owns four of the five most downloaded apps in 2017Michael Bloomberg Says Cities Must Now Lead The Way On Climate ChangeThe Brits are returning to the polls againEating Meat Is Bad For The Planet: But What About Just Eating Less Meat?The Demise Of Tilt: A Bargain For Airbnb, A Classic Loss For Investors Like Andreessen HorowitzThese Natural Beauty Brands Are Using Big Data To Give Skin Care A MakeoverCan This Company Create A “Neural Prosthetic” To Reprogram Our Brains To Be Smarter?Zola Wants To Be Your Wedding Planner—And Save You From Your In-LawsUber just lost another execTrouble ahead? Netflix just posted disappointing subscriber numbersThe Best Way To Get Cheap Solar: Shop AroundThe Ford Foundation Just Made A Billion Dollar Bet On Impact InvestingWhat To Expect At Facebook’s 2017 F8 Developer ConferenceYou’d never know Aquaman directed this new Carhartt commercialPeople are using drones to capture the ultimate Instagram food porn“My Entire High School Is Sinking Into The Sea” Proves (Way) Less Is MoreUber may be forced to add a tipping option in NYCFor those still paying attention, Yahoo is about to announce its earningsAirbnb’s “Big Hotel” critics may be acting out of self-interest, but their concerns are legitimateGlow-in-the-dark bacteria and lasers just might save your life one dayWhy The Next Person You Hire Should Be OverqualifiedSexual assault survivors are planning to protest Bill O’Reilly at Fox News HQ“SNL” Writers Are Now Just Speaking Directly To TrumpHow This Global Architecture Firm Still Designs LocallyMIT’s WaitSuite Uses Clever Interaction Design To Make You SmarterExactly What To Say In These Four Common Salary ConversationsElon Musk’s brother is disrupting farming—one sprig of hyperlocal microgreen at a timeFour Times Your Boss Doesn’t Want Your Input (And How To Get Heard Anyway)How Migrant Workers Literally Pay To Build ArchitectureThe Emotionally Intelligent Startup’s Guide To Bragging On Social Media10 Reasons to Attend FC/LALook, “The Leftovers'” Final Season Probably Won’t Answer EverythingSnap says Snapchat is for everyone – including IndiansNever Stop Moving: 15 Mobile Homes Designed For Life On The RoadCould this be what the iPhone 8 looks like?Here’s the latest on the Facebook killing in ClevelandWoz: Apple, Google, and Facebook will still be around in 2075Say goodbye to the Nintendo NES Classic EditionAAA Is Planning For A Future Where We Don’t Own Cars–Starting With A Car-ShareAfter A Dark Past, Boston’s Urban Renewal Agency Is Building A Citizen-Led City For The FutureAlphabet’s Inventive Spoon Is Changing LivesAdidas’s Secret Weapon In The Sneaker WarsHeroes For Hire: How Brand Marketing Works In The Marvel Universe“American Crime” Showrunner John Ridley: “I’m Not Worried About How People Are Going To Respond”Superhero Showdown: Where Does The “Marvel Versus DC” Debate Stand Right Now?Salesforce’s Marc Benioff On The Power Of ValuesThe Next “Serial” Might Be A Podcast From Tinder Or SpotifyShould CEOs Like Oprah And Mark Cuban Run For President?Marvel Rules The UniverseHow Panera Bread Uses Tech To Get Your Bread Bowl To You Even FasterIkea’s Big Bet On MeatballsAnnouncing The United States Of Innovation 2017How ColourPop Is Putting A New Face On The Online Cosmetics BusinessThe Way Of The GunnThe Recommender: What Execs From Boll & Branch, Cuyana, And Foodstirs Are Loving Right NowMattel’s New AI Will Help Raise Your KidsWhy Four Leading CEOs Should Run For Prez—And Why They Shouldn’tBob Taylor, who helped bring us the internet and so much more, has died