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Oculus Rift’s new feature captures what it’s like to use Oculus RiftHow Western PR Firms Quietly Push Putin’s AgendaThis Grantmaking Pyramid Strategy Ensures That Nonprofits Won’t ToppleThis Is How Emotionally Intelligent People VacationThis Apple ARKit demo puts inter-dimensional doors right in front of youCould Biofortified Crops Be The Key To Solving Global Hunger?Your Creative Calendar: 57 Things To See, Hear, And Read This JulyVR Is The Best Way To Explore Every Part Of An Aircraft Carrier At SeaKendrick Lamar Is In His “Element,” Kacy Hill Is So “Cruel”: This Week In MusicHow Nonprofits Can Show Funders What Success Really Looks Like5 Internet Companies That Could Be Acquired In The Next 12 MonthsMeet The Woman Tasked With Saving Uber From ItselfLet’s hope Jay Z’s “4:44” is the last gasp of streaming exclusivesJBL Teams With Quincy Jones To Give Artists And Audiophiles Creative AdviceNetworking Sucks, But You Can Make It Bearable. Here’s HowHow not to be a Justin CaldbeckParachute Home continues to experiment with translating its online experience offlineWubalubadubdub: The Trailer For “Rick and Morty” Season 3 Is Finally HereFrom Bad LinkedIn Profiles To Breaking Up Amazon: June’s Top Leadership StoriesAfter layoffs, meditation app Headspace just raised $36.7 million in new fundingEven in politics, it’s a Mac vs. PC worldWhy argue with sweet science? Study says chocolate is good for your brainThis Tech Exec’s Secret To Life And Career Success? KitesurfingMika and Joe respond: Trump has an “unhealthy obsession,” and White House staffers tried to blackmail usNASA’s “near-Earth objects” live stream and three other ways to rock out on Asteroid DayThis Is The State Of Small Business Failure In The U.S.How This Award-Winning Teacher Helped A Troubled Inuit Community Bounce BackAirbnb wants to rent you mansions and penthouses and villas, oh my!Oculus founder allegedly donated $2,000 for a hack that allows its games to run on the ViveThe Definitive Argument For Summer FridaysZillow drops copyright infringement claim against popular “McMansion Hell” blogDubai will use automated police vehicles to patrol for criminalsDrake And Will Ferrell’s NBA Shake, Twitter’s GOAT: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekOne Of These 8 Projects Is Going To Win $100 Million For Its World-Changing IdeaNamaste En Masse: Can Wellness Festivals Grow As Big As Coachella?Good Lord, The World Is Using Almost 500 Billion Plastic Water Bottles A YearJack Dorsey Goes After Max Levchin’s Consumer Lending BusinessSweden is eliminating income taxes on stock options at startups to boost its tech industryElon Musk’s first tunnel will be open next weekGermany just legalized same-sex marriageActually, The iPhone May Not Look Much Different In 2027Things are only getting worse for Justin CaldbeckUber is exploring the idea of giving equity to driversThis Scientist Is Studying How ADHD Can Help Entrepreneurs SucceedAquila, Facebook’s Connectivity Drone, Completes Second Test Flight–This Time Without CrashingSoon you might be able to get a flu shot without the shotThis Online Lender Uses Data Analytics To Serve Borrowers Who Lack Credit ScoresDeveloper: Apple quietly added VR “Godzilla” mode to Maps in iOS 11“Floating Weightless Is Like Meditation For Your Whole Body”What Facebook Considers Hate Speech Depends On Who Is Posting ItThis Map Shows Which Parts Of The U.S. Will Suffer Most From Climate ChangeWhat Edgar Wright Learned From Real Criminals To Make “Baby Driver” More AuthenticIBM’S Watson will use AI to help tennis fans get the most out of WimbledonGoogle Is Still Mostly White Guys, So They Hired A New VP Of DiversityAnti-cyberbullying crusader Melania Trump defends her husband’s cyberbullyingWith Pray.com, your thoughts and prayers finally have their own appThis Is Why Your Startup Plan Needs To Include HRCan The Blockchain Help Renew Confidence In Government?Cord-cutters may get relief from the “sports tax” with a little help from SpectrumHow Not To Suck At Networking When You Have A Lame Job TitleBlue Apron IPO: Maybe this is why there’s such little demandThis NRA Ad Is Terrifying, Dangerous, And IrresponsibleOh, bébé: The Juicero of baby food is hereI’ve Raised A Billion In VC Funding—Let Me Help You With That PitchInstagram introduces a troll-tricking layer that filters abusive comments with machine learningHere’s why 2007 was the most amazing year—and it’s not just the iPhoneReport: The New York Times staff is preparing to walk off the job to protest copy editor cutsThese Five Videos Capture The Dramatic Debut Of The First iPhoneAmazon Prime may soon deliver Olive Garden breadsticks to your dinner tableThis RV Full Of Lawyers Is Touring Rural America To Save Young Immigrants From DeportationWhy We Won’t See The Likes Of 2007’s iPhone Mania AgainPrime Day is incredibly lucrative for AmazonBeyond The Mythology: Telling The Real Stories Behind The iPhoneSeven Types Of Interview Questions That You Could Get Into Trouble For AskingHere’s why it doesn’t make sense to make the iPhone in AmericaStation F, the world’s largest startup campus, just opened in ParisTaste, Smell, Sight, Or Sound: Which Senses Make You Buy Sooner?Can Pricey Baby-Food Delivery Startups Crawl Their Way To Mainstream Success?These Photos Take You Into The Makeshift Community Pressed Against The Border WallMillennials Think It’s Time To Bring Back The Analog WatchThe iPhone Helped Convince Us We Need The Web All The Time, Every DayHere’s What Twitter Thought Of The First iPhone Back In 2007Whoa, phones sure looked funny when the iPhone launchedHere’s the first TV commercial for the original iPhone–”Hello”Do you have what it takes to moderate Facebook hate speech? Take the quiz5 Principles To Make Sure Businesses Design Responsible AILondon’s Heathrow airport is opening a full-scale fitness studio, so you’ll finally be able to take that preflight yoga classThe kid-glove treatment of Justin Caldbeck is more proof that sexism and harassment in the Valley are endemicAmazon’s Echo Show is already making Alexa skills way better—and more visualSarah Palin is suing the New York Times with lawyers who also helped Hulk Hogan sue GawkerMeet the hologram-making, Singularity University alum who wants to reimagine theaterThe Country’s Mayors Commit Their Cities To 100% Renewable Power6 Red Flags That Make Recruiters Pass On Your ResumeSmall Nations Are Boldly Staking Claims In The Unfolding Space EconomyThis map from Zocdoc shows which health benefits people search for most in different states10 Of The Most Interesting Reactions To The First iPhone Back In 2007This Is The Key To Finding A Mentor At Every Stage Of Your CareerCelebrate America And Dogs With This Obscurely Sweet Revolutionary War Story From PedigreeHow Starbucks, Airbnb, And LinkedIn Are Helping To Develop The Gen Z WorkforceThis Is What You Should Really Be Learning During Your InternshipThis Startup May Have Just Solved The Biggest Problem In Plus-Size FashionThe New York Times’ best non-news service is going behind a paywall, and I am devastatedWhat’s The iPhone Done To Us?Your Yearly Facebook Usage Has A Lower Carbon Footprint Than A LatteFour Times You Might Actually Want To Put Up With A Crappy BossStephen Colbert doesn’t want Gwyneth Paltrow and Goop to have all the fun annoying NASAWhy 2017 Is The Year Of Reckoning For The Streaming Music BusinessDream Job Alert: This 26-Year-Old Spends Her Days Inventing New Candy FlavorsThe Petya ransomware attack has gone globalLow demand for Blue Apron IPOVivo just pulled the rug out from under one of the iPhone 8’s biggest featuresAfter A Horrible Tragedy, What Happens To The Millions In Donations?Uber now lets you book rides for loved onesThat’ll be $700,000 to open a restaurant in San FranciscoThe Bay Area’s Expanding Bike Share Is Part Of Ford’s Transition From Cars To “Mobility”Expect more ransomware attacks, since victims keep payingWashington Post employees’ social media accounts may begin dying in darknessBroadway has a wage-gap problem, tooAmazing, but true: More than 25% of all humans use FacebookHow Facebook Used Science And Empathy To Reach Two Billion UsersAmazon’s New Echo Show Has A Decent Chance Of Taking Over Your Kitchen CounterMeet The Winners Of The Carnegie Medal Of PhilanthropySpotify is launching a world tour—no headphones requiredForget Coal: Asteroid Mining Is Coming Sooner Than You ThinkThe 5 Most Common Procrastination Excuses SolvedMichael Jordan, Serena Williams, And The Manning Brothers Reveal The Secret To SuccessJordan Brand Celebrates Russell Westbrook’s NBA MVP With Some Unconventional MathOscar Mayer now has a “Wienerdrone” because obviously that’s how you deliver hot dogs in the futureSee The New “Star Wars” Trailer Recreated Entirely On A 1984 Apple ComputerMiddle America Is More Innovative Than A Lot Of America ThinksA pharma exec was sentenced to nine years in prison for profiting from a meningitis outbreakWhat If The Data Science “Skills Gap” Is Just A Hiring Hot Mess?This Unapologetically Queer Japanese Film From 1969 Is Required ViewingCNN helpfully fact-checks Donald Trump’s tweet about its “way down” ratingsGoogle responds to the EU fine with a “What about Amazon?” defenseSwitching Up My Morning Routine Helps Me Crush Procrastination By LunchtimeThis bed startup used a century of research to create a suite of products optimized for the perfect night’s sleepNasdaq’s Trekkie CEO Wants To Modernize Wall Street With Blockchain, VR, And Anything Else That SticksThis Emotional Intelligence Test Was So Accurate It Was CreepyFlorida now allows unmanned delivery robots on sidewalksHow Blockchains Could Revolutionize International AidHow To Get People To Wear More Sunscreen: Make It FreeGoogle just got fined a record-breaking $2.7 billion by the EU for manipulating search resultsOracle, Yelp, and others have signed a letter of support for the EU’s imminent $1.2 billion anticompetitive fine against GoogleMIT team shows off a new approach to flying cars—drones that driveReport: Apple buys German company that holds key technology for augmented reality glassesAttention iPad fans: iOS 11 is now an extremely tempting public betaIs Seattle’s Rising Minimum Wage Helping Or Hurting Low-Wage Workers?CBO says Senate health care bill would leave 22 million people uninsured over the next decadePharma bro trial’s first big challenge? Finding jurors who don’t think Martin Shkreli is terribleNASA and Lockheed Martin hope you don’t hear this supersonic jet comingApple rents a few SUVs from Hertz, Hertz shares jump 14%Get ready to (maybe) hear a lot more ads on your favorite podcastsHere’s Every Single In-Joke From The Title Sequences Of “Silicon Valley”How Trump Has Changed How We’re Giving To CharityMissouri women are a Senate vote away from living in an early stage of “The Handmaid’s Tale”SZA Goes On “The Pharcyde,” Haim Does A One-Take: This Week In MusicThe Super NES Classic will include an ill-fated 1990s game that never made it to marketWaymo just tapped Avis to help it manage future self-driving car fleetsHere are some MIT drones that can fly and drive to get you through your MondayStudy: More boomers, senior citizens, and even Republicans are coming around to gay marriageAmazon Echo Show Review: The Power Of Alexa, A Touchscreen, And A CameraThis Is Exactly What To Put On Your Resume To Get An InterviewBecause flying is stressful enough, the TSA will not make you remove books from your carry-on—updatedAnki Wants To Use Its Toy Robot To Hook In Kid CodersJust in time for the Fourth of July, Trump’s travel ban gets a second chanceCan These Startups Change the Way We Live in Cities?The Top 5 Ads Of (Last) Week: Cannes Lions Grand Prix EditionSomeone Important Just Quit–Here’s What To Do, In This OrderSCOTUS will weigh in on that baker who refused to make a cake for a gay weddingWhat It Really Takes To Get An Internship At Google, Facebook, Apple, And MoreMicrosoft’s New Surface Pro Tablet Is Stellar Hardware Weighed Down By WindowsWatch J.K. Rowling’s 20th-anniversary Harry Potter tweet spread around the worldReport: The owner of the National Enquirer is eyeing Time Inc.Burger King’s Five Tips For Marketers On How To Suck LessWhat It’s Like To Transition At WorkFour Signs That You’re The Office Debbie DownerThis will make you understand why you click on certain headlines and not othersThis Electric Bike Company Will Search The Entire World If Your Bike Gets StolenCheck out SpaceX’s Iridium 2 launchNow Facebook is getting into original TV programming