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Report: Russia funded Yuri Milner’s huge investments in Twitter and FacebookA Call To Turn Residents Into PartnersNeed Creative Inspiration? Do Something BoringMitch McConnell: Facebook, Google should help U.S. government “retaliate” against RussiaThree Weird Customer Insights That Led To Kick-Ass ProductsHow Vimeo Is Preparing For The Future Of Video StorytellingSetting This Vague Daily Goal Totally Transformed My ProductivityI invented iPhone X Animoji Karaoke … You’re welcome, worldHouston, We Have Zero-G PrintingNew York’s Sanitation Bureau Is Searching For Food Waste InnovationsApple Pay’s active users have doubled since fall 2016Qualcomm stock jumps 13% on Broadcom acquisition rumors, biggest one-day spike since 200833% Of U.S. Cities Have A “Very Poor” Relationship With Sharing CompaniesThe tax reform bill helps corporations more than working parentsThe employee who took down Trump’s Twitter account was a contractorThese Hyperrealistic Glass Pastries Are Literal Eye CandyBowe Bergdahl will be dishonorably discharged, but no jail timeThis CRISPR Bioethicist Says We Worry Too Much About A Dystopian FutureThis infographic shows how Mark Zuckerberg changed his position on Russian propagandaWillow Smith, Taylor Swift, And Julien Baker: The Week In MusicChinese Airbnb rival Xiaozhu just raised $120 million in new fundingThis Is The Overlooked Trait That We Need To Cultivate At Work5 Things Improv Can Teach You About LeadershipThis Temporary Tattoo Warns You When You’ve Gotten Too Much SunThe return of iPhone launch day madness, or a semblance thereof“I didn’t get paid for it”—Zara workers put desperate messages in garmentsHow To Help Build Employees’ Career Paths So They Don’t QuitFrom Toxic Cultures To Biohacking: October’s Top Leadership StoriesIs Facebook listening to your conversations?Karlie Kloss Gets “Fearless AF” With Female Running Legends For AdidasWhy The Founder Of Beyond Meat Won’t Demonize The Consumption Of BeefThere’s A Mysterious Void Inside The Great Pyramid Of GizaSquare’s Jack Dorsey: We’re moving as fast as we can with bank applicationThese Boxes For Refugee Supplies Double As Kids’ ToysThese Students Built The Anti-Bot Algorithm Twitter Desperately NeedsThis Is Why We Default To Criticism (And How To Change)How The Seamless Era Is Changing Restaurant DesignFive Steps To Resolve Work Conflicts Before They Get PersonalP&G’s Olympic Moms Return, Uber Is Boxed In: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThis Veteran Designer Built A Better Oculus In His Free TimeBeyond The Cult Of Human-Centered DesignWho’s the Twitter employee who deactivated Trump’s account on their last day of work?In The Future, You Could Eat This Edible Goo You Grow In Your KitchenSNL’s Co-Head Writer Bryan Tucker Has Mastered The Art of BrainstormingHow co:collective Is Using The Power Of Stories To Revitalize CompaniesiPhone X Forecasts Are An Early Christmas Present For AppleApple’s iPad sales grew for the second quarter in a row. Is the drought over?DNAinfo and Gothamist have shut down just days after unionizingFrom Denial To Panic: A Timeline Of Facebook’s Evolution On RussiaThis Father Founded A Medical Research Startup To Save His Kid’s LifeApple’s stock is on fire after monster earnings, despite iPhone 8 sales worriesIs TripAdvisor deleting warnings of sexual assault?Bjork’s new album goes all-in on the blockchain crazeGoogle is shutting its QPX Express travel service—here’s whySensors And Data Help Restaurant Chain Cava Know What Its Customers Want MostFord Just Made A Trucker Hat That Uses Technology To Save Truckers’ LivesIt will now take 100 years to reach gender equalityRobert Mercer is selling his stake in Breitbart … to his daughtersThese 8 Moments Will Shape Your Professional LifeDonna Brazile’s DNC exposé: 5 explosive allegations from the “Hacks” excerptWaymo is building out the business side of self-driving cars with its latest partnership“Bloodbath” at Condé Nast: Magazine giant slashes almost 80 jobs, kills Teen Vogue printWhat Happens When Land Is More Expensive Than The Buildings On Top?Facebook’s stock dips after Zuck warns Russian crackdown will hurt profitsThis Backpack Keeps Your Laptop Safe From Your Gross Gym ClothesThe Five Things That Trustworthy Bosses Have MasteredLuke Is Back On The Millennium Falcon In New Trailer For “The Last Jedi”The Only Three Notes You Need To Write Before Speaking Off-ScriptThis Game Forces You To Decide One Of The Trickiest Ethical Dilemmas In TechTransferWise and Remitly raise mega-rounds in the new battle for cross-border paymentsZocdoc Gives The Health Insurance Card A Brilliant MakeoverThis Is Why Your Passive-Aggressive Office Note Didn’t WorkHow Patti Smith Fights TrumpInside Italy’s Most Transgressive Design MovementWhat Happened When I Spent A Week Calling People Out On Their B.S.10 Design Leaders On How To Empower Women In The WorkplaceClique Media Group, Owner Of Who What Wear, Becomes A Bona Fide Fashion BrandBitcoin just shot past $7K for the first time, but some bankers call it a “bubble”Your Creative Calendar: 68 Things To Do, See, And Hear This NovemberPlayStation Is Using Content To Build Communities Around Video Game LaunchesWe Don’t Need The iPhone XNew “hit list” reveals the thousands of other groups targeted by the Russian hackers who meddled in U.S. electionBuzzFeed Bets On The Future Of Television4 Secrets To Building A Successful Business On InstagramFacebook: Foiling Rogue Posts And Ads Will Significantly Hit ProfitsApple Q4’s Earnings Are A Prelude To The Holiday Quarter ForecastApple’s Tim Cook says now is the time to reform the tax codeTesla’s stock drops over 5% in after-hours trading as 3Q earnings show mixed resultsThe Most Outrageous Ads Russia Bought On FacebookWhat Russian ads scandal? Facebook Q3 earnings blow away analysts’ predictionsIn Doppler Labs’ fall, another reminder that hardware is hardIf Cars Are Weapons, Then Safe Streets Are The Best CounterterrorismFacebook and Google stock soars to new heights during today’s Senate hearingSenators To Facebook, Google, And Twitter: Where Are Your CEOs?The streaming music boom continues as Sony’s fortunes climbVOX Space is Richard Branson’s latest push to win the space raceHere’s The Complete List Of Men Accused Of Sexual Harassment Since Harvey WeinsteinVirtual And Augmented Reality Can Protect The American WorkforceJoseph Gordon-Levitt wants to know what you do in the morningMicrosoft imagines a future for the headphone jackDiversity Visa Lottery: Here are 6 things to know about the program Trump is blasting7 Things That Will Drive Recruiters Away From YouGoogle Is Building A New Kind Of Clip ArtMillennial men are female workers’ best alliesFacebook, Twitter: We haven’t seen evidence that Russian-linked accounts used “voter data” in ad targetingFacebook couldn’t answer this one simple question from Senator Mark WarnerThese Two Hidden Issues Might Be Poisoning Your Work Culture3 Design Insights From The Guy Who Made Mattresses A Status SymbolA Japanese company is giving nonsmokers longer vacationsNintendo’s New World, From The Switch To Phone Games To Theme ParksMuji’s Anti-Branding Strategy, In 15 ImagesStumped By A Huge, Complex Problem? Here’s Exactly Where To StartTech hearings live-stream: How to watch Facebook, Google, and Twitter get grilled by Congress againYou Can Now Buy Furniture From The World’s Best RestaurantThe One Thing That Will Force Businesses To Care About DiversityWedding planning gets a high-tech upgrade with The Knot’s new digital plannerThe Best Authentication Technology Might Be Your Own FingersIf You Can Draw It, You Can Wear ItWhat To Do When People Keep QuittingTech Is Transforming Our Spaces, And We’re Just Beginning To See HowIt’s Not A Coincidence That Innovative Cities Become Very UnequalWalmart will triple its online selection, start free two-day shipping this holiday seasonHow Hiring Managers Silently Judge You Based On Your LooksWould You Carry Your Steering Wheel With You Everywhere Like A Phone?Can A Pay-By-The-Minute Gym App Make Memberships History?How Strava, The App For Athletes, Became An App For CitiesSlack is down: Worldwide outage means you can take the night offSenators Grill Facebook, Twitter & Google On Fake News: “Your Power Scares Me”Facebook evades questions from Senator Kennedy about its ability to produce personal profiles on usersNetflix Is Making A “House of Cards” Spinoff. Here’s What It Should BeStripe’s founder toolkit can now issue stock with just a few clicks“We Want To Be The Best Neighbors”: &pizza Reinvents The Pizza ParlorPuerto Rico canceled the Whitefish contract, but it still needs help with its electrical gridSprint stocks tank as T-Mobile merger talks fizzleNASA just found a planet that snows sunblockComcast Gets Creepy With This Horror Short To Promote Home SecurityThis anti-Airbnb group is having a field day with Paul Manafort’s indictmentGoogle Docs are inexplicably locking people out for TOS violationsPost-Hurricane, Makers Are Designing DIY Solutions For Disaster ReliefUse One Of These Templates To Ask For Help From Your NetworkHow Technology Is Serving up a Whole New Hotel Breakfast ExperienceHow Intuit Used Design Thinking To Boost Sales By $10M In A YearSamsung wants to find new uses for your old Galaxy phonesThis Is How Many Minutes Of Breaks You Need Each DayBurberry’s Christopher Bailey CEO experiment was bound to failRussia hearing live: How to watch Facebook, Google, and Twitter testify before CongressShippo snags $20M in its quest to help the little guy compete with Amazon and WalmartFake Celebrities Created By A Neural Network Look Terrifyingly RealIt’s Up To Consumers To Make Companies Take A Political StandThe New York Daily News “Smashing Trumpkins” front page wins the Mueller raceMeet The Minimlet, Nendo’s Portable Toilet For Disaster ZonesAirbnb Guests “Loved” Paul Manafort’s $699-A-Night SoHo LoftThis Founder’s Top 7 Tips For Using Optimism To Solve Any Problem4 Ways To Build Brands People Can’t IgnoreCroissant crisis: France is facing a major butter shortageThe “Hamilton” Set Designer Has Good Advice For How Not To Suck At Your CraftAmericans just aren’t buying Under Armour, prompting the company to slash its forecastYour “Inspirational” Social Media Posts Are Hurting Your CareerKimbal Musk Defends His Container Farming AcceleratorPhotographing America In The Age Of TrumpMegvii, Chinese facial recognition startup with access to government database, raises $460 millionThis AI Writes Horror Stories, And They’re Surprisingly ScaryThe Largest Ever Tropical Reforestation Is Planting 73 Million TreesLena Dunham & Jenni Konner On How Lenny Letter Editors Develop Branded Content IdeasThis Is What Companies Should Do When An Unexpected Crisis HitsWhat it’s like to take a ride in Waymo’s self-driving carActually, Facebook Says, Russian Memes Reached 126 Million PeopleThe White House press briefing began with a web meme on taxes and beerWhy Square made its own registerNew York Is Funding A Community Land Trust To Help Low-Income Residents Buy HomesThis soccer videogame will include players who come out as gayThis New Review Site Lets Nonprofits Give Feedback To FoundationsA federal judge just shot down President Trump’s military transgender banThere’s a “Netflix of noodles” and it’s using on-demand ramen to hook subscribersHere are the juiciest tidbits from the other indictment, the one that everyone should be readingOur Company Began Tracking Employee Tenure, Here’s What We FoundSaudi Arabia finally realizes women like sports, tooWill Kevin Spacey’s Awful Response To Harassment Claims Inspire More LGBTQ People To Name Names?This New Career Center’s Workplace Simulations Prepare People With Disabilities For JobsMark Cuban Talks About Funding Packback And The Future Of EdTechHow To Fundraise In A Sexist World, From 4 Women Who’ve Done ItIn Photos: America’s Largest Real Estate Development Takes ShapeWho Ya Gonna Call To Save The World? Well, Rihanna, Of Course!Among other things, Paul Manafort may have also broken Airbnb’s terms of serviceSnapchat’s “Stranger Things” Lens Is The First Of Its KindWhat Does It Take For You To Walk Out Of A Movie?Working With Creatives: A Short Guide For Everyone ElseDiversity Experts Already See The Weinstein Scandal As A WatershedThe Women Designers Behind London Tube’s Kickass Graphic DesignPaul Manafort and Rick Gates are the first to be charged in Mueller’s Russia probeLearning From Plans To Retrofit One Of America’s Oldest SkyscrapersHow The Most (And Least) Successful CEOs Spend Their WorkdaysFrom 3 Ways Designers Can Help Fix The Refugee CrisisThe Worst Product Launch Of All TimeElon Musk shares a photo and more details on his Boring Company’s tunnelThanks to iPhone 8 orders, Apple is finally growing again in China6 Ways To Protect Your Smartphone E-Tickets From HackersThese DIY Machines Let Anyone Recycle Plastic Into New ProductsExclusive: Samsung And WeWork’s Plan To Outsmart Apple’s Genius BarAlphabet’s Eric Schmidt On Fake News, Russia, And “Information Warfare”