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Here’s How To Avoid Drawing A Blank In The Middle Of Your PresentationRussia’s U.S. Propaganda Campaign Infiltrated Instagram, TooHow NRA Advertising Changed The Second Amendment–And American Gun CultureVice fired the editor who emailed Milo Yiannopoulos about Lindy WestJony Ive says “constant use” of iPhone is “misuse”Is Mixed Reality The Future Of Computing?Support Hurricane Recovery With These Local-Pride HatsPoppy Is A Computer Carnival Fever Dream: This Week In MusicBoeing looks to a future of planes without pilotsAnimal rights activists are using tech to expose the horrors of factory farmsHow The Duo Behind “Episodes” Plans To Break Through The TV Glut With Their Next ProjectGot A Panel Job Interview Coming Up? Here’s What You Should AvoidTake A Look At These Insane Soviet-Era Bus Stops In RussiaFrom LinkedIn Don’ts To Trump In Puerto Rico: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesCreating The Office of Tomorrow With Herman Miller’s Brian WalkerSay goodbye to your childhood–AOL Instant Messenger is shutting down for goodEmbedded podcast returns with true tales of Trump on The ApprenticeWyatt Cenac Is Using A Superhero Alter-Ego To Talk About His Real LifeWhy This Feminist Weed Camp Isn’t Just For White Women“Escape The Asylum” And The Promise Of Interactive EntertainmentThe anti-nuclear campaign group ICAN has won the Nobel Peace PrizeStruggling With A Work Setback? Reflect On Your Childhood (Yes, Really)The financial firm that bankrolled the “Fearless Girl” statue gets busted for underpaying female and minority employeesFacebook is building a massive data center and “multiple” solar facilities in VirginiaElon Musk says Tesla’s solar tech can rebuild Puerto Rico’s power gridVW’s Family Heirloom, Intel’s Chasing Polar Bears: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThe Untold Tale Of How Porsche’s Supercar Got Into Microsoft’s New GameInstead Of Throwing Out This Plastic Wrapper, You Eat ItRussian hackers stole NSA data using Kaspersky antivirus software, says reportJessica Alba’s company is no longer a unicornHarvey Weinstein is using the lawyer who brought down Gawker to sue the New York TimesFlight turbulence is going to get worse, and on the busiest routesCivil rights law doesn’t protect transgender workers, says Jeff SessionsThe Jimmy Kimmel backlash has begun, according to this street artHow Managed By Q Is Helping Companies Live Their ValuesIn 1,000 Years, This Recording Of Miles Davis Preserved In DNA Will Still Be PerfectPutin’s Regime Influences Facebook In Russia, Too, Even More BlatantlyFacebook thinks the answer to its fake news problems is WikipediaYouTube has reportedly changed its search algorithm to stop promoting fake newsThree Ways To Get Everyone In Your Work Life To Like You BetterYour mom’s love of cheap salmon may have paid for North Korea’s nukesThis Photo Series Captures Our Increasingly Complicated Relationship With NatureEarnest sells to Navient, in another sign of trouble for online lendingPrepare to pay more for your Netflix subscriptionGroceries at Whole Foods might cost your whole paycheck againGoogle’s Marketing Plan: Do Everything Apple Does, But Better With AIMeet The Woman Working To Make Podcasting More DiverseHello Kitty is taking its adorableness to the farmHow “The Good Place” Slipped In Some Sly Commentary On Sitcom TropesHow These 3 Women Are Trying To Fix The Billion-Dollar Handbag IndustryThree Work Tasks You Need To Cut From Your To-Do List Right NowZunum, Backed By JetBlue And Boeing, Plans To Deliver Hybrid-Electric Planes In 2022Amazon reportedly building rival service to FedEx and UPSLondon’s mayor says new Uber CEO’s apology “bodes well”Fashion’s Future May Rest On An Old Technology: GlueAs Millennials Demand More Meaning, Older Brands Are Not Aging WellLawmakers Slam Equifax Even As Congress Mulls Legislation To Help CompanyDespite Las Vegas shooting, a rollback of gun regulations is still under considerationHere’s what Google announced at its “Made By Google” Pixel eventHow Drone Technology Is Helping Scientific Wildlife Research In The ArcticWatch Google’s very loud demo of the new Home Max speakerGoogle’s Clips camera is “designed to be conspicuous”How Climate Change Is Making Hunger Worse Around The WorldCongress to Twitter: Get real about racism or get regulatedGoogle is using donuts to lure people to its pop-up Home Mini showroom tourThis New App Gives The Working Poor An Easy Way To Seamlessly Start SavingGoogle Unveils New VR Headset And AR Stickers And Apps At Phone EventThe Senate Intelligence Committee will not release Russian-bought Facebook adsThe FDA wants you to know your granola was not made with “love”KLM just launched a VR marketing ploy to make budget flyers feel badWhat I’ve Learned From My Failed And Successful Salary NegotiationsHow This Former Field-Hockey Star Created The World’s Biggest Sports Brand For WomenCharlie Chaplin’s Anti-Fascist Speech Comes To Life In New Jackson Hole Tourism AdSonos’s first Alexa-powered smart speaker is finally hereThis Harrowing Short Film Makes The Experience Of Stage Fright Vividly RealThis Startup Is Engineering Crops That Can Fertilize ThemselvesNine Simple Questions I Learned To Ask That Transformed My CareerHere’s the full-page ad Facebook is running to prove it wants to protect electionsSonos brings Alexa voice control and AirPlay to its speakersLinkedIn Is Testing A New Super-Selective Recruiting ToolYou’ve got male: Google finally realizes that voice assistants don’t have to be femaleThis Alternative Study Of Economics Cuts Out Centuries Of BiasSoundCloud gives artists more data while its new CEO shifts focus to creatorsThis Chrome extension will change the way you see mass shootings discussed onlineApple Sends The Ad Industry Scrambling To Preserve Web TrackingFour Questions This Founder Asks Himself After Interviewing Job CandidatesBlue Apron Launches New Branded Podcast “Why We Eat What We Eat”How 3 Senior Physicists Crowdsourced Their Way To A Nobel PrizeOn Telegram, Negative Memes Can Mean Big RublesThese Are The Weirdest Productivity Hacks That Really WorkYahoo now says all 3 billion of its accounts were breached in 2013 hackThe EU is taking Ireland to court over Apple tax deal worth $15.2 billionThe Secrets Of Disneyland: A Company Vet Explains How The Magic HappensThe Energy Department Is Making Up Reasons Why You Need To Pay More For Dirty EnergyThe EU just hit Amazon with a €250 million bill over unpaid back taxesSnap has now sold “over 150k” pairs of SpectaclesRadiolab’s Jad Abumrad Hopes His Supreme Court Podcast Will Help In A “National Sh*%storm”People love asking Alexa about Justin Timberlake lyricsThis $154 Million Energy Company Decided To Go Completely GreenWhen Indigenous People Control Their Own Land, It Protects Us All From Carbon EmissionsYouTube’s Top Search Results For Las Vegas Are Already Littered With Conspiracy TheoriesLeaks: Google will announce a new smart speaker, new phones, and maybe earphones at its Wednesday eventHow President Trump Complicated The Sale Of His Most Lucrative Overseas PropertySiri May Be The Big Winner In Apple’s Switch To Google For Web SearchLin-Manuel Miranda raised $2.5M for Puerto Rico with one impassioned emailThere are now fewer black women in tech than there were 10 years agoThe Shirt Of The Future Will Be Made By Methane-Eating BacteriaMicrosoft Is Trying To Muscle Its Way Into Being A Player In Virtual RealityToday in SCOTUS: Where do we draw the line on partisan gerrymandering?This Interactive Short Lets You Adjust The Heat On A Couple’s RelationshipSalesforce Just Launched A $50 Million Impact Investing FundLos Angeles Gets A New Logo To Celebrate Creative Culture And BusinessThis Recruiter Shares The Questions The Smartest Job Candidates AskedHow to help Las Vegas: 5 things you can do for Mandalay Bay shooting victims right nowEquifax’s former CEO just threw an employee under the busKelp Jerky Is Your Next Delicious Meat-Alternative SnackTears, Pleas, And Miley Cyrus: How Late Night Hosts Addressed The Las Vegas MassacreThis Is The Email That Finally Got My Problem Client To Trust MeAjit Pai Is Preserving A World Where The Digital Divide, And ISP Profits, Can GrowThe Networking Hack You’ve Been Missing? Telling People To Text YouThe Fasting Fad Likely Isn’t Going Away Anytime SoonThis Is What Happened When I Tried The Silicon Valley “Biohacking” Fasting TrendIn Six Seconds, Giphy Could Make BillionsHow To Stand Out In The Attention EconomyFacebook: 10 million users viewed Russia-linked ads aimed at undermining U.S. electionThe Power Of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary ImpactThe 2017 Nobel Prize for physics goes to three scientists who proved Einstein rightThese Tiny Houses Are Designed To Give Refugees A Home In Your BackyardRock legend Tom Petty has died at the age of 66Uh oh. Tesla made just 260 Model 3 cars last quarterAetna CEO: Capitalism Will Suffer “Death By A Thousand Cuts” If Income Inequality PersistsVuforia’s new ARKit app, Chalk, helps you help others using augmented realityEx-Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai confirmed to second term as FCC chairThis Is What Uber Needs To Do To Win Back LondonThis Solar-Powered Cart Is Designed To Change The African Water Delivery BusinessAfter Las Vegas Fake News, Facebook And Google Blame The Machine, Ignore The SystemYour Creative Calendar: 92 Things To See, Hear, And Read This OctoberWetlands Provide Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars In Storm ProtectionClive Owen Is Thinking About Thinking For This New SAP CommercialHere’s the depressing reason why gun stocks go up after mass shootingsThis Chatbot Makes It Easy To Document Your Interactions With The PoliceRoku puts 4K streaming video on a stick for $70SNL’s “Woke Jeans” Ad is the Pepsi Parody We’ve Been Waiting For“Saturday Night Live” Has A Donald Trump ProblemThree Americans just won the Nobel Prize while you were having breakfastThe fastest growing cities in America prove we’re just like our parentsCities Should Think About Trees As Public Health InfrastructureHow To (Politely) Decline Requests For LinkedIn RecommendationsFacebook’s Safety Check page for the Las Vegas shooting promotes “alt-right news”Balenciaga is trolling us all with these 10-inch platform CrocsThese Are The Secrets From “Best Places To Work” Any Company Can UseThis Is The Best Way To Avoid Making The Same Mistake TwiceUber’s U.K. boss just quitIntrovert Or Extrovert? Here’s Another Way To Think About Your PersonalityGoogle is overhauling its search engine to help paywalled news sites attract visitorsHere’s everything we know so far about the Las Vegas shootingNew online tools can help students get free money for collegeThe Cult Of Crocs: Can The Brand Make A Comeback By Fighting Its Haters?Could London Set Up A Nonprofit, Cooperative Alternative To Uber?The FBI doesn’t have to disclose how it hacked into San Bernardino shooter’s iPhoneFacebook plans to turn over 3,000 Russian-linked ads to Congress on Monday