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Amazon to bring Whole Foods delivery to San FranciscoSpaceX launch live-stream: How to watch tonight’s Falcon 9 rocket takeoffCould changing VR games reduce gun deaths?West Virginia’s Striking Teachers Are The Key To Building A Post-Coal EconomyYou were right: Your nose does look bigger in selfies. Here’s whyThis is why a lot of iPhone users haven’t upgraded to the iPhone XHey, Amazon! This cool map of HQ2 finalists should tell you all you need to knowCan You Imagine A Supermarket With No Plastic?Facebook suddenly cares about news again911 dispatchers don’t seem to know how to find Apple’s new $5 billion campusWhat Is An Inclusion Rider? Explaining Frances McDormand’s Oscars SpeechBranded Podcasts Are The Ads People Actually Want To Listen ToNRA Targets Hollywood In Extremely Dramatic Oscars Night AdThe Most Comprehensive Map Of Butterfly Evolution EverSerena Williams Says There’s No Wrong Way To Be A Woman In Nike Oscars AdTravel startup RedDoorz just got $11M in new funding to grow its hotel network3 Signs That Show A Job Candidate Might Be LyingTrump-Inspired Rage Philanthropy May Be Burning OutInstagram whistleblower account Diet Madison Avenue just shut downHere Are The Top 12 Moments From The Best Oscars In Years4 Things Not To Think And Do When You Get PromotedA Facebook survey asks if it’s acceptable to solicit sexual images from teenagersReport: Amazon wants to be your digital wallet6 Brilliant Ways To Redesign Traffic MediansGoogle’s Oscar Night Ads Aim For A More Human Side Of A Tech FutureReport: Your favorite Apple and Tesla products could contain the fruits of child laborWhy You Should Start Some Goals In The MiddleBill and Melinda Gates’ next big move? The economic empowerment of womenThe Mysterious, Transient Architecture Of American FairgroundsXiaomi might finally sell its smartphones stateside this yearHere’s Why Twitter’s 2017 Diversity Numbers Don’t Add UpYour Team Members Need To Disagree More. Here’s How To Help ThemLandscape Photography On AcidItaly election results: Stunning 2018 gains for populism, right-wing partiesTwitter Vows To Do More For Women With #HereWeAre Oscars AdMeet The Man Who Made Millennials Fall In Love With GucciJailed Russian: Here’s How I Hacked The U.S. ElectionA Fascinating Look At How Musicians Tour The U.S.I’m Microsoft’s Head Of Talent: Here’s How To Get Hired8 Board Games So Beautiful, They’re Works Of Art4 Ways To Avoid Social Media Overload (Without Quitting Completely)Buy That Cool Typeface From Black Panther For $5Inclusion Rider: Here’s what Frances McDormand was referring to in her Oscars speechHow Graduate Hotels Found A Gold Mine In University TownsHow Waze Works With Local Governments To Clear The RoadsHow Gucci Brought Streetwear Swagger To A 96-Year-Old BrandApple is planning to cannibalize itself again with new branded headphonesNow You Can Get Sonic’s Part-Mushroom Part-Meat Burger EverywhereAustralia might become the first country to eradicate cervical cancerOnly A Few States Are Meeting The Sustainable Development GoalsAnd the most searched-for words during the Oscars were…UPDATE: Kobe Bryant Just Won An Oscar At The #MeToo Academy AwardsJimmy Kimmel Brings His Activism To The Oscars In Excellent Opening MonologueOscar Winners 2018: Here’s The Complete ListThe Design Theory Behind Amazon’s $5.6 Billion SuccessOscars live-stream 2018: How to watch the awards and red carpet online without a TVThis Is How To Handle A Boss Who Over-CommunicatesStop Confusing Your Job Skills With Your CredentialsRylo’s smart 360 camera is now Android-friendlyStella McCartney and PETA want students to invent vegan woolGucci just joined the gun control movementWhy The Oscar Rarely Goes To Indie Noms For Best Animated FilmSteps To Buying A Gun In Japan: 13. In The U.S.? Just 2Sheryl Sandberg: Women are missing “informal mentoring” from senior male execsThe Georgia GOP killed a $40M tax break over an NRA discount used by 13 peoplePhone Makers Are Embarrassing Themselves By Copying Apple’s IdeasNearly a third of Uber drivers are actually losing money, study showsIn The Wake Of #MeToo, Davids Schwimmer And Arquette Urge #AskMoreOfHimIt’s Friday, so why not drink some of Bon Jovi’s Hamptons-themed rosé wine?Here’s The World’s Most Powerful Wind TurbineWhy Amazon Is Immune To Almost Any BoycottDo you want a Snap camera in your Wayfarers or Warbys?“It would’ve never survived the studio system.” How Creative Control Saved “I, Tonya”Lyft offers free rides to March For Our Lives participantsRosa Parks’s house has been on a long, beautiful journeyPodible wants to personalize your podcast playlist with artificial intelligenceWest Virginia teachers’ strike: Why it’s happening and why it’s historicIssa Rae And Dee Rees Say “Make Something” In Fun New Samsung AdHow To Know When You’re Overthinking A Career DecisionWork remotely? Your company probably won’t pay for your internet4 Signs That Your Job-Search Strategy Isn’t WorkingA Tour Of The World’s Coolest Supergraphics“Nostalgic for the days of Big Steel”: Stephen Colbert takes on Trump’s tariffsOscars 2018: “Call Me By Your Name” gets the most social love and “The Post” gets the leastHow This Tech CEO With A Liberal Arts Degree Hires Great EngineersWorkers Are Getting Basically Nothing From The Corporate Tax WindfallA frightening new NASA study finds that sea levels are rising faster than we thoughtA Glimpse Into Ellsworth Kelly’s Beautiful, Unpretentious Last WorkElsa Could Get A Girlfriend In “Frozen 2” (But Don’t Bet On It Just Yet)From Remote Work To Parkland Activists: February’s Top Leadership StoriesHow To Empower Users To Fight Fake NewsThe ISS Is Getting A Robot Head That Floats Around Smiling At Astronauts6 Morning Habits (That Aren’t Meditation) That Help You Focus All DayWhy Your Autonomous Car Might Come With Its Own DroneAl Gore-Backed AI Platform Aims To Make Globalization More EquitableA State Department Design Leader On Leaving Government For Perkins+WillInstagram seems to be planning video and voice calling featuresDJI’s Spark Is The First Drone You Can Control With Hand GesturesThis Startup Grows Diamonds In A Lab That Are Just Like The Real ThingThe Secret History Of The Paper Lantern LampThis New Tool Tells You If You Can Build A House In Your L.A. BackyardTwo Bedroom With Views—And A Personal ConciergeThe Navy wants lasers to blow drones out of the skyRovio’s head of games is leaving the companyYour Next Car Might Be A SubscriptionApple’s First Dance, Tinder’s Interracial Emoji: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekToyota is spending $2.8 billion on self-driving car technologyYouTube sued for limiting white, Asian male hires for diversity purposesWe Should All Be Embarrassed About This “Fresh Prince” Parody By Utah LawmakersStar Trek: The Next Generation Model For Nonprofit ManagementHelp Jack Dorsey figure out how to take Twitter’s temperatureFacebook comes to the realization that one feed is better than twoYou could end up paying more for cars and beer due to Trump’s new tariffsCord-cutters are basically killing satellite TVHere’s why Lego is swapping plastic for plants“Get Out” Should Definitely Win The Oscar For Best Picture. Here’s WhyFacebook Censors 30,000-Year-Old Masterpiece Of Prehistoric ArtRunners Defy Science To Save The World In This Fun New Nike AdHow To Get Quality Job Candidates To Say “Yes” To Your OfferClassPass just shaped up its business model with more flexible bookingTrump’s Nobel Peace Prize nomination is a fake, says committee and worldThe world’s most ethical cotton-sheets brand just launched some ethical pillowsYour Boss Put You On A Performance Improvement Plan, Now What?WPP’s market cap just dropped by $2.6 billion as tech giants disrupt everythingLyft dramatically grew its active driver numbers in 2017Everyone on LinkedIn is a “passionate, experienced, motivated” leaderAlgorithms Are Creating A “Digital Poorhouse” That Makes Inequality WorseOops: Equifax just discovered 2.4 million more victims in data breachBuzzfeed Is Selling Home Goods Now–At WalmartThe Language In “Black Panther” Is Totally Real. Here’s How To Speak ItFacebook is letting BuzzFeed down, so it’s turning to Tasty-branded kitchenwareStop Giving Meaningless Compliments And Do This InsteadYour Creative Calendar: 99 Things To See, Hear, And Read This MarchBill Gates on Reddit: 3 great moments from the Microsoft founder’s AMABang & Olufsen’s New Release Isn’t A Speaker At AllThe Best Way To Get A Mentor? Stop Asking For OneThis Is How We End Rampant Sexism In The Restaurant IndustryPeople mostly support Dick’s Sporting Goods rifle ban, Twitter analysis saysA Time-Management Master Plan For Your First 12 Months At A StartupWhy The U.S. Electoral System Will Keep Giving Us Unpopular PresidentsIt’s Hard To Believe, But Crocs Just Got Even More ComfortableYet Another Reason To Put. The. Phone. Down.How Communications Companies Can Keep the “Evolved Customer”A Wild UI Experiment With The iPhone X’s Front-Facing CameraGenetic testing company Helix is gearing up for a $200 million funding roundHow Bitcoin EndsHow To Avoid The 5 Most Common Misunderstandings At WorkGoogle is being sued over its “bro culture”Secret Palantir deal revealed as New Orleans mulls sweeping surveillanceThis Startup Says It Has The Most Efficient Plan Ever For Bringing Broadband To BillionsHow Should We Design Cities On Mars?How The Ford Foundation Is Investing In ChangeSpotify IPO: Here’s why Daniel Ek needs you to spend more time listeningCompass Proves Cafeteria Food Can Be SustainableHow Pinterest’s Cofounders Are Turning Cameras Into KeyboardsThe NRA’s Guide To School Design In The Age Of Active ShootersChina is using an Elon Musk tweet as propagandaLet’s Just Replace Our Government With Slime Molds (No, Really)How Dapper Dan, Harlem’s Tailor, Mainstreamed “Ghetto Couture”NRA Boycott Shows Why Brand Values Are A Vital Marketing StrategyBest Buy is closing 250 mobile stores in the U.S.Here are the most overpaid CEOs in America right nowWhat’s Driving Mergers And Acquisitions in Consumer ProductsBy Buying The Ring Doorbell, Amazon Is Expanding Alexa’s World Once AgainAre Standing Desks The Biggest Sham Ever?Amazon HQ2 could get caught up in a gun fight between Delta and the Georgia GOPWelcome, SPOT: Music streamer Spotify just filed to go publicA “sex essentials” startup just got half a million in funding, thanks to a women-led VC fundHere’s What Brands Like Snapchat And Spotify Look Like As Vintage AdsWhy An Alum Of Both Gawker And The Awl Is Pivoting To The BlockchainFitbit’s next smartwatch will be less fugly, leaked images showTwitter finally gives us an official way to bookmark tweetsThe Gap Wins Over Instagram With This Empowering Breastfeeding AdAre standing desks better for you? Not so fastThese Are The Signs That Your Boss Wants To Give You A PromotionAdorable Kids Adorably Reenact Oscar Movies On InstagramLacoste Loses Its Iconic Logo To Help Save 10 Endangered SpeciesReport: Stitch Fix customers, new and existing, are spending lessRemote work is “the new normal”This “Good Place” Writer Yelp-Reviews Airlines And Hospitals As RestaurantsThis Brewery Is Designed As A Model For The Circular EconomyFOSTA backlash: How the anti-sex trafficking bill could harm sex workersPlot twist: Vero, the new popular social network, may actually be badMap: How Every Country In The World Ranks In CorruptionStuntwomen From Foxy Brown To Black Panther On Hollywood’s Hardest JobThis Bioengineered Silk Coating Makes Medical Implants SaferThis Filmmaker Turned The Euro Debt Crisis Into A Zombie MovieThis Accountability Tactic Works For Kids, Teens, And Work Teams“True Blood” Creator Alan Ball’s New HBO Show Takes On The Trump EraThe Ideal Steering Wheel For Self-Driving Cars Is Just . . . Your FingerTrump May Be Leaving The U.S. Vulnerable To More Election AttacksFacebook just expanded its job listings to 40 countriesDo Resume Typos Matter? Here’s What Hundreds Of LinkedIn Users SayEavesdropping On Elevator Chitchat Taught Me The Secret To Small TalkLISTEN: Why This Banking App Decided To Make Its Product Development Experience PublicNow Is The Time To Act To End Bias In AIThe World’s Most Beautiful SpeakerIkea Wants To Outfit Your Next House PartyHow To Deal With A Chronic Oversharer At WorkDick’s Sporting Goods will stop selling assault-style riflesVero Is Bad Design–Except For The One Way It’s BrilliantThe moon is getting its own 4G mobile phone networkChina banned the letter “N” from the internetDesigners: You’re Policy Makers. It’s Time To Act Like ItApple signs M. Night Shyamalan for original seriesThirteen Lessons Of Innovation To Guide You Through 2018How A Bank Of All The World’s Genetic Codes Hopes To Save NatureAmazon launches its music streaming service in India96.5% of YouTube creators don’t make above the U.S. poverty lineWashington just passed the country’s toughest net neutrality legislationMIT’s New Robots Can Build The Custom Furniture Of Your DreamsVenmo settles with FTC after it “did not live up to” promises to usersImagine A Better Future Of Food Now–Or Be Shocked By What We GetGoogle rejected 57% of 2.4 million “right to be forgotten” privacy requestsTinder Launches A Petition To Create Emoji For Interracial CouplesThis VR Tool Could Make Kids A Lot Less Scared Of Medical ProceduresCasper just opened its first permanent store so you can take a nap in a miniature homeThis Menswear Brand Lost 10K Instagram Followers Over Same-Sex AdsThe Little Company That’s Bringing Wireless Charging To Electric CarsApple launches AppleCare for people with new in-house medical clinicsThese are the companies with the best pay and benefitsSeaWorld is struggling to stay afloatWatch The Growth Of Cities Using 100% Renewable EnergyEven Barack Obama thinks Facebook and Google need to change their waysFacebook’s vaguely worded face recognition “announcement” coincided with a legal setbackPinterest names former Square exec as its first chief operating officerHyperloop Is Much More Than Elon Musk, According To This New AdHow To Discreetly Look For A New Job While You’re At WorkCoinbase is handing over tax information on 13,000 accounts after legal fight with IRSGood Managers Help Their New Hires Make FriendsTwo Charts Showing How The Mainstream Media Gets Minorities WrongPlae, the cult sneaker brand for kids, now has bigger shoes to fillFord just launched a series of self-driving car tests in MiamiTop Companies Are Missing Talent From Historically Black CollegesWhat Causes Those Mysterious Holes In The Fog?The Net Neutrality Defender Fighting Trump From The Other WashingtonTo Get Bigger, 23andMe Is Watching A Hundred Thousand People DietStephen Colbert Rips Into Trump’s Claim That He’d Have Run Into ParklandNASA’s Time-Traveling Space Telescope Marks A New Era For Observation And TechnologyLevi’s Invented A Laser-Wielding Robot That Makes Ethical JeansThe Suburban Golf Course, Reconsidered For The Age Of Climate ChangeThis Is How To Make Air Travel Easier On Your Brain And BodyKonica Minolta’s Epiphany: Turning Your Printer Into Your IT StaffClassical Music Gets Rebranded For The 21st CenturyForget learning to code, bosses value collaboration and communicationAre You Genetically Predisposed For Your Career?Salesforce.org And United Way Are Teaming Up To Change Corporate GivingWeWork’s rival Industrious just raised $80 millionThe Wing, The Exclusive Women-Only Social Club, Now Has A StoreComcast wants to buy U.K.’s Sky for $31 billionGobee pulls out of France because kids kept wrecking its bikesInstacart will now deliver from Sam’s Club in select regionsThis Reusable Tampon Applicator Aims To Clean Up The Period IndustryStitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake Talks Data, Amazon—and Hot TubsHow Amazon Got Swole Just Like CEO Jeff BezosApple is launching medical clinics for its employees