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6 Ex-Googlers Share How They Landed The JobA T-Shirt Company Tries On A Radical Idea: Tees That Fit Actual WomenHere’s What Happened To My To-Do List When I Embraced ProcrastinationLeak: New Apple Phones Will Be Called iPhone X, iPhone 8, And iPhone 8 PlusThis Dreamer’s Arrest Was Just The Beginning Of What’s Likely To ComeRIP, Jerry Pournelle, a pioneer of tech journalism for the non-geekyFor Apple TV, The Price Is The ProblemThe Surprising Upsides To Getting Angry At WorkThere’s Simply No Excuse For Equifax’s Catastrophic Breach, Say ExpertsThe NFL is putting data-collecting chips in all its footballsA Tour Of The 9/11 Museum With The Man Who Designed ItNew software might make it easier to detect texting and drivingEquifax Has A Super Shady History That Might Explain Its Shady PresentSea Change: This Company Just Moved Its Office To A Boat Floating In The Has 6 Months To Succeed “Or The Consequences Will Be Devastating”Jeff Bridges Gets In Full Old Western Mode To Pitch Brand Values for LyftMaybe don’t pitch your porn company story with a natural disaster hookFacebook Has Serious Transparency Issues, But Advertisers Aren’t Going AnywhereWe Need To Talk About The Opening Scene Of “It”More Details Are Emerging About The Sophisticated Hackers Who Penetrated U.S. Power Grid SystemsSnapchat wants to help college students pivot to videoStarting A New Job? Here Are The Questions To Ask Your CoworkersReport: The FBI is investigating Uber hellAfter The Equifax Hack, What Can You Do To Protect Yourself? Not MuchFrom Awkward Introductions To Sounding Confident: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesThis New Housing Complex Has A Bonus: A 23-Acre FarmThis Is What Machines See When They Look At UsThis Graphic Maps The Whole Spectrum Of Sex–And It’s Way More Complicated Than You ThinkHow To Get A Journalist To Read Your PitchArchitecture Could Be The Best Weapon Against Extremism6 Startups That Could Help Slash The Cost Of CollegeMuji Creates A Blueprint For Expanding In The U.S.This Is Why “Slow To Hire And Quick To Fire” Is Bad AdviceVisualizing The Hidden Drama Of Life’s Most Mundane EventsUber wants all of its London drivers in electric vehicles by 2025Our flood-zone maps are becoming obsolete thanks to climate changeSamsung Is Out Of Context, HP Goes Back To School: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekCan The iPhone Change The Way We Live Again?The Red Cross is using drones for disaster relief in HoustonResearchers Say Bitcoin Data Could Help Spot Sex TraffickersWhat Designing For The Homeless Can Teach Us About Designing For AnyoneApple might use the iPhone’s backlight as a strobe to protect runnersFlorida is working with Google Maps to mark road closures in real time during Hurricane IrmaDisney is pulling its Marvel and Star Wars movies from NetflixWhy Fewer New Comedians Are Getting Network Deals–And That’s A Good ThingEquifax execs dumped almost $1.8 million in stock before revealing giant data breachTrump Tells Dreamers Not To Worry–But Is That Enough?Equifax customer service was apparently not informed about its hackEquifax wants you to enter your social security number here to find out if it was hackedPacking an emergency hurricane go-bag? Here’s what FEMA says you needLISTEN: We’re Entering the Knowledge Age, But Making It All About Money Is A Mistake12 Ways To Use Instagram Stories Like A ProRag & Bone Ditches The New York Fashion Week Runway For SelfiesThis Machine Learning-Powered Software Teaches Kids To Be Better WritersThere’s going to be a Heaven’s Gate podcast and a whole bunch of football ones, tooThis Is How To Prepare Your Workforce For A Natural DisasterA Google Drive outage is wreaking havoc right nowThis Startup Builds Cheap Pop-Up Housing Inside Vacant BuildingsHow To Stop Your Boss From Bothering You While You’re On VacationRihanna’s Fenty Beauty line is as diverse as you imagined it would beHere’s what major airlines are doing to help travelers escape Hurricane Irma, from fare caps to waiversJ.Crew is falling apart, and right before New York Fashion WeekBecause Why Not: Ray Liotta Is KFC’s Newest Celebrity Colonel SandersThis Is The Emotionally Intelligent Way To Fire SomeoneHigh School Kids Directed Seth Rogen And James Franco In A Hilariously Lo-Fi ShortHow To Sound Like An Optimist No Matter What (And Why You Should)SpaceX live-stream: How to watch today’s Falcon 9 launch (with the right soundtrack)The Glorious Graphic Design Of ’70s Porn (NSFW)This fashion startup wants you to customize every item in your closetMIT Invented A New Kind Of Robot MemorySpotify and Hulu bundle together for one dirt-cheap music and TV streaming planThis Is How To Spot A Lie On A ResumeLyft’s New Robot Car Alliance Focuses On The Sometimes-Forgotten HumanHow Microsoft Teamed With A “Wedding Crashers” Producer For A New Creative Ad ModelStride Takes On Slack In The War For Your Workplace ChatYouTube Darling Randy Rainbow Scores Another Trump-Skewering Hit With “DACA Shame”How Redesigning Airplane Boarding Could Help Prevent A PandemicIs Fashion Week Irrelevant? Rebecca Minkoff And Anna Sui Weigh InA Designer’s Guide To Conquering AnxietyIBM and MIT are building a 100-person artificial intelligence research lab and business incubatorAmazon is opening a second headquarters in America that will employ 50,000 workersAnna Sui Recreates Her Teen Bedroom, Allowing Us To Get A Peek At Her Early Creative InfluencesWhy So Many Weather Maps Are Rainbow-Colored (And Why They Shouldn’t Be)How Lena Waithe’s Own Story Led To Her Historic Emmy Nod For “Master Of None”More Or Less Technology In The Classroom? We’re Asking The Wrong QuestionWatch Laurene Powell Jobs’s powerful political ad using Ronald Reagan to attack Trump’s DACA decisionMost Cringeworthy Film Moments From Stephen KingThe Atlanta Falcons’ Revolutionary New Stadium Is Unlike Any Other You’ve SeenThis Highly Engineered Football Helmet Wants To Put A Dent In ConcussionsAfter Facebook admits Russia bought U.S. political ads, senator calls for a closer lookThis Little Wireless Gadget Turns Your iPhone Into A DIY Recording StudioAung San Suu Kyi goes for the “fake news” defense in Myanmar’s Rohingya crisisGawker-killing lawyer couldn’t kill TechDirt tooAfter Trump’s DACA Decision, Dreamers Start Plotting How To Fight For Their FutureThere’s a global sock shortage. This brand wants to fix itFacebook Is Big, But It Can’t Reach Young People Who Don’t ExistBreak Down Silos to Get Everybody Behind Digital TransformationHow Farmers Can Help Ensure That We Don’t All Die From Super-Powered BacteriaJetBlue wants to turn you (yes, you!) into an airplane pilotYoung Dreamers React To The DACA Decision With Sadness And DeterminationI Was An Anxious, Awkward Perfectionist—Until I Started FreelancingClickHole’s other parody site is doing a video pivot à la InfoWarsPour one for Gimlet—it just got a $5 million minority stakeholderCare Bears are back to save us all from 2017After 46 Years, Mattel Redesigned Uno For Color-Blind PeopleAmazon promises good human-robot working relationships at first NYC fulfillment centerHow To Manage People When You’re Not Technically Their BossKarlie Kloss And Christy Turlington Burns Tell “Extraordinary Stories” For Cole HaanA 2,300-Year-Old Math Treatise Gets A Graphic RedesignDaimler Is Getting Cozy With Turo In A Bet On P2P Car SharingThese Expressions Make You Sound Like You Don’t Know What You’re Talking AboutMeet the Man (And Network) Behind Your Favorite TV ShowsThe Secret Design History Of The MTAA Robot Designed To Help Kids With Autism Learn Social CuesThis Is What It’s Like To Sue Your Employer For Discrimination“You Just Can’t Imagine How Hard It Is”: Ellen Pao On Dealing With Sexism In TechHurricane Irma just broke the accumulated cyclone energy recordWatch This AI Paint Portraits Alongside A Real ArtistNonprofits Boards Are Very Rich And Very WhiteA Simple Design Flaw Makes It Astoundingly Easy To Hack Siri And AlexaThis visualization shows just how bad Hurricane Irma’s winds could beApple isn’t approving the Indian government’s anti-spam app–and that could be a problem for iPhone salesCaptain Kirk helped NASA send a tweet to Voyager 1Your Clothes Might Be Destroying The RainforestMark Zuckerberg: Congress must act to protect DreamersThis Tech-Driven Pop-Up Dining Experience Could Be The Chuck E. Cheese Of The FutureAs Lego’s Future Seems Uncertain, The Company Is Planting Roots With The Lego HouseHow an Apple Watch helped the Red Sox cheat, say baseball investigatorsFor DREAMers Working In Tech, The Fear BeginsA powerful solar storm is headed toward us, bringing hazards and rare light showsTo describe “unknown” events like Harvey, the U.S. is diving into the semantics of weatherNike Unveils Live Design That Creates A Custom Pair Of Sneakers In 90 MinutesThis Pop-Up Restaurant Trains Refugee Chefs While It Serves Their Delicious FoodRead Barack Obama’s heartfelt Facebook denouncement of Trump’s DACA decisionDACA recipients by the numbers: Who’s affected? Where do they live? What now?Samsung Galaxy Note8 Review: A Fine Phone, But The Pen Should Be MightierApple Music doesn’t want to be Coachella anymoreBeyoncé, George Clooney, and Oprah are joining forces for a Hurricane Harvey telethonNo Need To Worry About Robots Replacing Human Workers? Look At HistoryHey Parents, Feel Like Crying? Watch HP’s New Back-To-School AdThis Is How To Bring Up Salary During The Job Interview ProcessNo, a conservative publisher didn’t sever ties with the New York TimesTaking Advantage Of Behavioral Economics Can Get Aid To More People In PovertyTrump is rescinding DACA and people are taking to the streets in protestThis robotic fridge brings the drinks to couch potatoesHurricane Irma live tracker: How to find the latest prediction models and storm updatesSome Companies Are Reinventing Job Interviews In Weird (And Possibly Illegal) WaysWelcome To The First Day Of Work For The Class Of 2025Meet The Data ComicThese Three Bad Habits Are Making Your Work Stress WorseAt Toyota, The Automation Is Human-PoweredToilets, Happiness, And Pancakes: What The World Asks Google For Help WithI’ve Been A Googler, A Screenwriter, And A Bartender—And I’ve Ditched The Idea Of A “Day Job”Stop Using Design Research As A Safety NetThe Cities Of The 21st Century Will Be Defined By WaterChinese internet giant Tencent just invested in a flying car startupLego is cutting 8% of its global workforceAngry Birds maker Rovio announces it’s going to IPOThis Device Measures The Vital Signs Of Anyone In The RoomApple has ended its long-running London music festivalA social media startup was hit by a cyberattack after being endorsed by Hillary ClintonElon Musk says he knows what will cause World War 3This female astronaut just made all kinds of historyHow One Design Firm Is Tackling Extremism In The U.K.These Video Games Are Helping Kids With ADHD Focus BetterHouston entrepreneurs rally around Hurricane Harvey Relief FundThis Chair Makes It Possible To Work Like You’re Still In BedThe Stupidly Simple Way To Avoid Bombing On Your Biggest Goals