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Here’s How To Feel Like You’re On Vacation All YearHow I Built A More Emotionally Intelligent Work Culture Than MeJony Ive has stepped back into day-to-day management of Apple’s design teamsReport: Apple is buying audio recognition app ShazamAl Franken’s Resignation Is An Important Moment In The #MeToo MovementThis Volcanologist Wants To Bring Science and Logic To CongressFinally, A Podcast For The End Of The WorldThis Sweatshirt Lists All the Famous Sexual Harassers Who’ve Just Been CancelledWalter Scott’s Murder And The Unfulfilled Promise Of Citizen MediaWith the bitcoin price exploding, Coinbase sends a warning message to new investorsThe “Always Connected PC” May Solve Laptops’ Battery-Life ProblemHow “Three Billboards” Martin McDonagh & Frances McDormand Created Her Best Role Since “Fargo”Rep. Ro Khanna: ISPs Are Violating Net Neutrality By “Zero Rating” Certain AppsMeet Linjer, The Most Popular Leather Goods Startup You’ve Never Heard OfFox News and the New York Times led Facebook engagement last month9 Effective-Altruism-Endorsed Organizations For The Most Rational GiversWhat Would An HR Department That Works For Employees Look Like?This Bio-Battery Could Charge Your Phone With Your Sweaty UnderpantsState Department issues “worldwide caution” travel alert after Trump’s Jerusalem decisionFrom Top Employers To Getting Fired: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesHow to help California fire victims: 11 things you can do for Ventura and L.A. right nowFamilies, Brands, And The Holiday Feels: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekHow To Organize Your Day To Set Yourself Up For SuccessReport: Someone sent an email to the Trump campaign pointing at WikiLeaks docs—updatedCheap Party Decor Turned Into Mesmerizing Kinetic ArtDinos, Volcanos & Jeff Goldblum: The “Jurassic World 2” Trailer Is HereHow Silicon Valley Kowtows To ChinaHow To Respond To Negative Reviews On Facebook, Yelp, And GoogleScott Belsky Returns To Adobe To Lead Product And DesignScientists Are Using Eye-Tracking To Discover How We See DesignSeven Ways to Diffuse Holiday StressFacebook Wrote The Book On Addictive UX, And It’s Rewriting It For KidsThe Next Great Design Challenge: Make AI Comprehensible To HumansHow GoFundMe Is Redefining The Business Of Disaster ReliefYouTube is said to be launching a paid music streaming service in 2018Report says exec at Russia’s largest social media site wanted to help Trump campaignYoung People Are Really Over CapitalismElon Musk says Tesla is developing “best in the world” AI hardwareBitcoin Heist Adds $77 Million To Total Hacked Hauls Of $15 BillionPeter Thiel is finally embracing gay stuff. Too bad it’s the gay BodegaThese New Funds Let You Invest According To Your Values–And Help NonprofitsThis Logo Of A Sexy Cow With A Human Butt Is Too Cheeky For SomePatreon’s new payment structure is likely to hurt small creatorsThe Justin Caldbeck apology tour is here, and nobody is having itRead the full text of Al Franken’s Senate resignation speechThis New Tiny Electric Car Comes With Five Years Of Free Solar ChargingJudge dismisses class action suit against Google’s sexist pay practicesNet neutrality protests coming to a Verizon store near you todayEllen Pao warns: “History will repeat itself…until all those responsible are held accountable”How To Recover From Common Interview BlundersAmerica’s Affordable Housing Crisis Is Driving Its Homelessness CrisisCheck out the future when you check in to Hilton’s high-tech connected roomsWhat I Learned By Letting My Mood Dictate How I Worked For A MonthFlickr’s top photos of 2017 are dazzling proof that the SLR isn’t deadThis Awesome Transit Art Is Made Out Of Antique Wooden EscalatorsFor some reason, Google wants lots of celebrities to record selfie videosHow high can bitcoin go? Cryptocurrency rockets past $15K amid bubble fearsMSNBC has rehired Sam Seder, whom the network fired after a right-wing smear campaignHere’s An Internet Off Button For When You Just Can’t Take It AnymoreThis Is What It’s Like To Search For A Job As A Black Woman6 Stunning Houses That Blur The Indoors And OutdoorsSoftBank’s $450 million investment puts Compass on the global mapPantone’s Color Of The Year Is Here, And It’s As Nebulous As 2018 LooksWhat To Do At Work In The First 30 Days After Your BreakupThis Detergent Bottle Talks To Your Wi-Fi (And It’s Actually Useful)Merry Marketing! Behind Some Of The Best Holiday Ads Of 2017GE announces it is cutting 12,000 jobsReport says 20-year-old Florida man was behind massive Uber data breachA Powerful Visual History Of The Protests Of 2017The Second Coming Of Small Screens In The HomeFunding Isn’t EverythingVolkswagen exec gets 7 years in prison for role in emissions scandalVisualization: More People Are Biking (And Running!) To WorkThe Shervin Pishevar sexual-assault legal saga is getting even crazierThis New Blockchain Project Gives Homeless New Yorkers A Digital IdentityThis “Me Too” Timeline Shows Why 2017 Was A Reckoning For SexismWhy The FCC’s Free-Market Argument For Repealing Net Neutrality Doesn’t Hold UpFCC Chairman Calls Silicon Valley A Bunch Of Hypocrites On Net NeutralityPeople are turning to Snapchat to map out the Southern California wildfiresThis Video Counters Common Lies About Refugees With Real StoriesAfter “Me Too,” men and women disagree on solutions to sexual harassment at startupsSNL Director Takes On Every Erectile Dysfunction Advertising ClichéGrowing wave of Democratic senators calls on Al Franken to resignWalmart drops the “stores” from its name in a bid for more online credHow Your Coworkers Make Assumptions About You Based On Body LanguageThe Ink In This Tattoo Is Made Out Of Living CellsNo Street Is “Complete” Without Taking Equity Into AccountThese Are The Four Biggest Email Problems (And How To Fix Them)Tracee Ellis Ross’s Hilarious Children’s Book Explains Sexual Harassment To MenSonos and Ikea are joining forces for a Voltron-style mashup to make home music easierPhotographing Life At Svalbard’s Frozen Satellite StationStreaming bundles may be turning a corner as cord-cutting acceleratesWho Benefits When Schools Push Coding?Four Clever Ways To Grab Recruiters’ Attention During The HolidaysThe Designer Of The Most Iconic Indie Albums Of The ’90s Gets A BookThese are the best places to work in 2018, according to employees“The Silence Breakers” are Time magazine’s Person of the Year 2017Two Amazon execs have resigned amid a workplace harassment probe at AudibleHow Muji, Japan’s Most Famous Anti-Brand, Plans To Win AmericaCould Embark’s Driverless Trucks Actually Create Jobs For Truckers?Jony Ive Dishes On Apple Rumors And His Design Team In Rare InterviewAmazon Prime Video finally comes to the Apple TVReport alleges the Gates Foundation funded a PR firm to influence the UN’s gene drives policyDeadline Extended: One Week Left To Enter 2018 World Changing Ideas AwardsThis Underground Urban Farm Also Heats The Building Above ItChinese smartphone giant Xiaomi is looking to IPO in 2018These are YouTube’s top 10 trending videos of 2017Who To Talk To At Your Office Holiday Party And What To SayThe Google-Amazon spat has left more customers caught in the crossfireMove over, beds-in-a-box. This duvet-in-a-box startup wants to rock your sleepApple’s new purchase could give it an edge in the podcast worldBig tech is noticeably silent about the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Trump’s travel banLayoffs loom for Mashable as site reportedly sells for less than $50MThese Technologies Will Shape The Future, According To One Of Silicon Valley’s Top VC FirmsMarvel just got into the scripted podcast game with “Wolverine: The Long Night”Hope and change are still atwitter in the most retweeted tweets of 2017John Oliver Was Right: It’s Time To Confront The Dustin Hoffmans In Your LifeShervin Pishevar takes leave of absence from Hyperloop One in wake of sexual misconduct allegationsAl Gore’s 24-Hour Climate Broadcast Wants To Reignite Your HopeIs Netflix creating a content pricing bubble?Fixing The World’s Sanitation Is A Big Business OpportunitySurvive your commute with NPR’s new “Planet Money” spinoff podcastOf Course Trump’s Lawyer Uses Comic SansNow You Can Donate To The ACLU In The Name Of Your Favorite TrollCash-strapped white supremacists are turning to cryptocurrency and crowdfundingRobert Mueller subpoenas Deutsche Bank for Trump’s financial recordsYour favorite Instagram stories can now live on in your profile7 Situations Where Vulnerability Is The Best Management StrategyAdobe’s Awesome New Selection Tool Brings AI To PhotoshopThis Photographer Captures The Strange Beauty Of Booming CitiesHow To Schedule Wellness Into Your Workday And Still Get Stuff DoneWhy John Legend Is Backing Startups Launched By These Former InmatesTo Tackle Climate Change In The Trump Era, Fix HousingThis Simple Chart Will Get You To Rethink Your Diversity ProgramGoogle just introduced a ton of new products for IndiaSotheby’s scientists just scored a big win in the battle against fake artIkea Wants To Know If You’d Ever Share Your BathroomRegal Cinemas has been bought by Britain’s CineworldWhat Career Changers Wish They Knew Before Making The SwitchLife Without The iPhone Is Pretty Damn GreatThe EU just sided with Apple over Xiaomi in “Mi Pad” trademark caseDoes SoulCycle Have A Soul Without The Cycle?Amazon is now live in Australia and local retailers are chillAfter You Finish Your Drink, You Can Eat This New Edible StrawSome of tech’s biggest names have created a fund to invest in startups in small townsHere’s how YouTube is going to fight “problematic” contentThe Pressure On CES To Add Female Keynote Speakers Isn’t Letting UpPatagonia accuses President Trump of stealing public landsAfter sexual assault accusations, politicians donate Shervin Pishevar’s contributions to charityCES keynotes have long been a snoozefest in need of a wake-up callHere’s What The CVS-Aetna Merger Says About The Future Of Healthcare ClinicsMeet the new brands vying to be the Everlane of kitchenwareLISTEN: Why Giving Ex-Felons A Second Chance Is Good For BusinessSenators, NY AG Demand Delay Of Net Neutrality Vote Over Torrent Of Fake CommentsGet the kiddies coding this year with the annual Hour of CodeInstagram just unveiled new wildlife protections to curb animal exploitationYou Can Predict How A Neighborhood Will Vote Just From Its Parked Cars“House Of Cards” will continue–just without Kevin SpaceyThese Kids’ Books Are Written By Kids From Around The WorldWomen In Film Has Set Up A Hollywood Hotline For Sexual Harassment VictimsHello Kitty and Pikachu are now the cutest ambassadors in Japan“SNL” Is Totally Here For The Revenge Of WomenAmericans are more trusting of the media in 2017—but there’s a catchBarack Obama: Elect more women because men are “having some problems these days”This Is How Working In Bed Impacts Your ProductivityReplacing Awful Hospital Lighting Could Create A More Healing EnvironmentFacebook’s Sheryl Sandberg warns of a “Me Too” backlash against women at workThanks to Trump, the “fake news” defense is becoming a global phenomenonLegendary Logo Designer Ivan Chermayeff DiesCES slammed for not including any female keynote speakers this yearFour Reasons To Hire More Digital Nomads (Like Me)7 Counterintuitive Networking Hacks You Probably Aren’t UsingBandimal Is The World’s Cutest App For Kids To Make MusicHere’s Bill Gates’s 2017 Holiday Reading ListHow Vice Crushed One Agency’s Dreams–Then Inspired Its Best Work“Messenger Kids” Gives Children Under 13 Their First Taste Of FacebookHere’s How To Trick Your Brain Into Liking WinterThe World’s Most Controversial Car Designer Returns–With An EVHow To Fool A Neural NetworkHow Weight Watchers Transformed Itself Into A Lifestyle BrandWho needs Face ID? Samsung wants phones to read palmsUber is joining a global public transport association to improve mobility in citiesAn international aircraft crew saw North Korea’s missile blow up over the Sea of Japan last weekElon Musk really is sending a Tesla to Mars in SpaceX’s new Falcon Heavy rocket