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One simple way to get caught crypto-mining on the office supercomputerNBC’s Jennifer Salke is the new head of Amazon StudiosScientists Warn Trump: FDA’s War On A Plant Could Worsen Opioid CrisisHere’s Why Waymo Was Always Going To Win Its Legal Battle Against UberThis Awesome New Nike Ad Declares “Nothing Beats A Londoner”HomePod Reviewed: Heavyweight Audio Processing Makes The MagicTimberland Is Helping Rebuild Haiti’s Cotton IndustryOlympics online streaming: How to watch the 2018 games and events without cableNewsweek reinstates editor accused of sexual harassment, faces more resignationsL.L.Bean scraps its amazing return policy because customers are awfulTech Earnings Roundup: All The Winners (And One Loser) From Q4 2017Steve Bannon says #MeToo movement will be bigger than the Tea PartyDetroit faces backlash for a new rule that could ban AirbnbAt The Opening Ceremony, U.S. Athletes Wear High-Tech HeatersCar drivers just want to keep their puppies safe, says new trends reportThe Amazon effect: FedEx and UPS stocks are down after news of rumored delivery serviceEquifax has a new “Lock & Alert” service, but you should read the fine printFind out if your coworkers or company gave money to Trump or Hillary3 Reasons You’ll Probably Regret Leaving Your JobWaymo And Uber Have Reached A Settlement In Their Trade Secrets Legal BattleThese Are Two Mantras I Tell Myself To Do Tasks I HateLogan Paul and Tide Pods have crossed paths for the YouTube controversy of your nightmaresOrange juice won’t save you from the flu, but the flu may save orange juiceA Lost City Of The Mayan Snake Kings Has Been Discovered5 things you are doing wrong on LinkedInYour Company Slack Is A Living Nightmare, But It Doesn’t Have To BeThe World’s Biggest Game Of Pong Looks Like A BlastMacy’s is courting Muslim women with a “modest” line and hijabsHow To Figure Out Exactly What Time Of Day You’ll Be Most ProductiveThe Lost Neon Signs Of Las Vegas, ResurrectedThe World’s “Blackest Black” Makes Its Debut–On A BuildingWe Asked These Personality Scientists To Analyze Our Slack EmojisFacebook is giving $10 million to its top online community leadersWhat Self-Driving Cars Could Learn From Air Traffic ControlComcast is making it really easy to gorge on the Winter OlympicsAmazon is looking to take on FedEx and UPS with biz delivery serviceHow To Design For Everyone, In 3 StepsIndia rules Google abused its dominant position in searchFacebook is testing a downvote buttonModel To Mogul: Miranda Kerr Builds A Beauty Wellness EmpireDeadpool Meets Cable, Yeti Goes Hunting: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekThis Former Dairy Now Makes The First Commercial Peanut MilkThe Winter Olympics Will Be A Coming-Out Party For 5G WirelessHulu lost $920 million in 2017Obama’s Agile Startup 18F Has Shrunk By Half Under TrumpBermuda just repealed same-sex marriageNYFW models no longer have to get naked in front of total strangersTwitch wants you to watch e-sports without harassing anyoneApple downplays security risk of major iOS code leakThe Dow Jones just dropped 1,000 points in an ongoing stock market nosediveThis Is What “The Shape Of Water” Creature’s Dick Looks LikeDonors Can’t Stop Believing That Nonprofits Pay Too Much OverheadHow Dutch Spies Were Able To Outwit Russian Hackers“Lady Doritos” were not good for the Doritos brandBlack tech workers are the lowest paid in the industryEllen Pao shares the one thing that kept her going during the Reddit backlashGeorge North: Meet the 16th-century ambassador who software says inspired ShakespeareBitcoin is being dethroned as the cryptocurrency of choice for criminalsNo Country On Earth Is Sustainably Meeting Its Basic NeedsOur Obsession With Working Hard Is Ruining Our ProductivityThe most iconic thing about Dunkin’ Donuts is about to vanishWhat My Team Discovered When We All Worked Remotely For A WeekSnapchat Will Let You Make Your Own Custom Lens For $10First Trailer For Tom Hardy’s “Venom” Keeps The Monster Off-ScreenJack Dorsey claims average tweet lengths aren’t longer since the 280 limit increaseGerman artist Paula Modersohn-Becker is getting the Google Doodle treatmentEquinox’s “Fitness Incubator” And Its Search For The Next ZumbaChill out, Philly: Eagles parade officials urge “common sense” after fan unrestWatch These Selfies Decay While Pondering Your Mortality“Wear More Lipstick”: What I Heard As My State’s First Female TreasurerY Combinator Is Launching A “Grad School” For Booming StartupsStand Aside, Alexa And Siri: You Control This Stereo With WaterThis Is What Recruiters Look For On Your Social Media AccountsTwitter stock is at its highest since 2015, following its first profitable quarterThe Secret World Of Coffee Cup Lid DesignI Tried A Four-Day Workweek For A Month And Ended Up More StressedWhat Designers Could Learn From Lawyers, Doctors, And PriestsThe Fraught Politics Of Olympic Flag DesignChinese police are using surveillance glasses to identify peopleNow Reddit is banning its “deepfakes” face-swap porn community4 Of Our Biggest Global Problems Are Big Business OpportunitiesBritish Designer Misha Nonoo Is Rewriting Fashion’s PlaybookAmazon will start delivering Whole Foods groceries to Prime membersPelosi held the House floor for 8 hours without sitting–and in heelsTesla earnings: Elon Musk wows investors with more promises he may not keepHow the Apple Watch is starting to realize its clinical potentialPopping Fake Pimples Is The New Fidget SpinnerGoogle is folding Nest back into its hardware groupTrump Organization Revives Project In Dominican Republic, Roiling Local Politics100 Years Of Social Justice Warriors Remind Us To Keep Fighting The Good FightNow Google might make a game console and game-streaming serviceDespite Trump’s attempts to kill it, Obamacare is still pretty popularThe Clever Ways Your Phone Can Spy On You Even When You Tell It Not ToHarvey Weinstein Is A “Jive Motherf—er”: The Best Of Quincy Jones’s DGAF Interview“Bitcoin” just topped the list of fastest-growing freelance skills in demandThanks to Alexa, Gordon Ramsay can yell at you in your kitchenAmerica’s Top 50 Donors Show How Tech Riches Continue To Shake Up PhilanthropyA Twitch-like VR broadcasting platform just raised $11.7M to turn you into a ghostOriginal Pixel phone users are suing Google over microphone defectsSeattle says Facebook violated a political advertising lawThese industries are the most vulnerable to data breaches in the United StatesHow To Be An Effective Employee When Your Team Is A MessThe New “Deadpool 2” Trailer Introduces Cable—And Trolls Justice LeagueLindsey Vonn’s Comeback Gets Poetic In New Olympic Under Armour AdWith Viceland floundering, Vice Media missed revenue targets by more than $100M: ReportProPublica and WNYC are investigating “Trump Inc.” in a new podcastThis CAPTCHA Makes Sure You’re A Robot. Yes, You Read That Right5 Tips For Launching A Successful Side Hustle (For Real This Time)These Five Expressions Make All Your Emails Sound WhinyThis Giant, Working Model Of The Mississippi Could Help Save LouisianaESPN For Cord-Cutters Gets A Price As Disney Reports Flat Media RevenueWhat Working In A Dark Office May Do To Your BrainThis Startup Wants To Make Dining Out With A Toddler Less Of A NightmareTrulia now surfaces data on LGBT protections as you search for housesSoap Gets A High-Brow RedesignHere’s How To Establish Healthy Stress Habits Before It’s Too LateA livery driver took his life to protest the devastating effect of Uber on career driversChinese citizens are chill about the impact of AI on jobsCompanies Should Stop Hiding Privacy Settings. Just Ask StravaHow One Designer Built A $22M Company–Selling PaperThat $1,000 iPhone X too pricey? Goldman Sachs wants to help finance it for youApple wants Goldman Sachs to lend you money to buy an iPhonePornhub and Twitter are banning “deepfake” face-swap porn videosThe Breakthrough Mindset: 5 Keys For Exponential Innovation To Solve Global ProblemsElon Musk’s red Roadster orbiting the Earth is breathtakingSnøhetta’s Charming New Lamps Bring Treehouse Vibes IndoorsThese Savvy Cities Are Using Tech To Spark Citizen EngagementMeet The Eccentric Billionaire Who’s Negotiating To Buy The L.A. TimesThe Crosscut Festival Was Seattle’s Response To A Fast-Changing RegionAlmost half of men are “uncomfortable” working alone with a womanHere’s why female Uber drivers make 7% less than malesPatagonia Is Launching A New Digital Platform For Environmental ActivismSnap stock up big after earnings beat expectations, daily users soarAmazon is undoing the worst part of its cheap Prime phonesRadioPublic has a big plan to help small podcasters make moneyApple’s HomePod is (easily) summed up by these five review excerptsShould you give up tech on your vacation? Two hotels offer competing visionsThe Secret To Staying Happy Is Getting Whatever Exposure To Nature You Can GetSquaw Valley aims to be the first ski resort powered by 100% renewable energyQuentin Tarantino Is Not Happy He’s “Taking The Heat” For That Uma Thurman NYT StoryHow You Can Create A Schedule That Really Works For YouWill Air-Quality Monitoring Be The Next Health Tracking Craze?The west side of Manhattan is slowly becoming GooglevilleSocialRank is making it easier to suss out fake Twitter and Instagram followers12 Interesting Things Silicon Valley’s Congressman, Ro Khanna, Told Me Over Coffee5 Interview Questions You Should Ask To Get Quality CandidatesFacebook says parents mostly trust themselves to guide their kids’ internet useNew Mission For North Korea’s Hackers: Get RichThis Staggering Model Of The Universe Is The Largest Ever CreatedHow Companies Can Really Make Their Workplaces Family-FriendlySorry, but Lady Doritos are not a thingEvery Instagram Travel Cliché, Brutally RoastedDesign Lessons From Theater Legend Robert WilsonThis Is The Real Reason Leaders Fail In A CrisisSpaceX live stream: How to watch the Falcon Heavy rocket test launchBeyond Survival Kits: Humanitarian Aid Is Going Wireless, Communal, And AutonomousPaging Lazy Coffee Snobs: “Instant” Pour-Over Is HereThis Chatbot Will Take Your Harassment Claims To HR AnonymouslyA First Look Inside Apple ParkIn Divisive Times, Dick’s Sporting Goods Finds Unity Through The OlympicsNo One Should Care This Much About A Corporation’s LogoHow To Manage Your Money In The Gig EconomyScribd’s Quest To Be “The Netflix Of Reading” Is Finally Paying Off