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What U.S. Mayors Think About The Future Of Their Cities–And The CountryHere’s a funny Woz vs. Zuck gag to get you through all this horrible Facebook newsHere Are The Questions Mark Zuckerberg Still Needs To AnswerMichael Cohen FBI raid: 6 things to know about Donald Trump’s personal lawyerApple Now Runs On 100% Green Energy, And Here’s How It Got ThereThis Everlane Alumna Wants To Make Sexual Wellness Gender-NeutralWomen who have babies at these ages earn less than their husbandsHere’s why Sesame Street is turning to Kickstarter for the first timeFacebook just agreed to let an independent commission look under its hoodWorld’s best airlines? American carriers barely registerThis women’s suiting startup mixes Italian fabrics, silk linings, and U.S. manufacturingWatch Mariah Carey Bring Her Diva Act To The Low-Budget Travel LifeRead Mark Zuckerberg’s full prepared statements for CongressThis Is The Right And Wrong Time To Ask For A RaiseTwitter bots are getting busy making sure your tweet goes viralFirst Look At The Documentary On Canada’s Unsung DesignThese Nine Email Mistakes Could Cost You The JobApple vs. Facebook: Steve Wozniak joins Tim Cook in criticizing the social network“The Simpsons” To Critics Who Say Apu Is A Racist Caricature: “What Can You Do?”At Two Power Plants, Scientists Are Racing Each Other To Turn Carbon Into DollarsForget swag bags: TED conference 2018 attendees are getting $550 Rimowa suitcasesA Sense Of (Exactly) Where You Are5 Books To Read Before You Start Your Job SearchSee 5 Houses That Architects Built For ThemselvesThis U.S. Air Force Commander Helps Elon Musk’s Interns Launch SpaceX RocketsThe Future Of Food In The Age Of Instagram And NetflixHelvetica Is Now An Encryption DeviceThis Is How You Should Be Prioritizing Your Work And LifeFTC complaint says YouTube should be fined billions for harvesting children’s dataYou can now find out if Cambridge Analytica accessed your Facebook dataDesign Thinking Is B.S.The Skeptic’s Case For Design ThinkingAnnouncing The Winners Of The 2018 World Changing Ideas AwardsThis All-Electric Plane Could Change Everything About Regional Air TravelEmpatico Connects Global Students To Build Empathy Between KidsThis App Lets You Create A Digital Time Capsule For Aging RelativesThis Home Pregnancy Test Is Fully BiodegradeableThese Electric Semis Hope To Clean Up The Trucking IndustryLos Angeles Plans To Find The Solution To Its Housing Crisis In Its BackyardsA New Custom Plant Microbiome Could Help End The Use Of Polluting FertilizerHumanium Is A Metal Made From Guns, To Help Stop Gun ViolenceThis Agricultural Guide On A Phone Helps Increase Developing-World Farmers’ YieldsThis Indian Startup Has Created A Big Business From Recycling Religious FlowersThis Bathroom Innovation Eases Period Pain–And Builds CommunityFacebook has suspended a quiz app maker for Cambridge Analytica-like tacticsThe 2018 World Changing Ideas Awards FinalistsFacebook’s Disaster Maps Help Rescuers Know Where They’re Needed Most8 Highlights From The World Changing Ideas FinalistsL.A.’s Bold Plan To Pack Its Backyards With More HousingFacebook could see a 7% decline in revenue due to new European data lawsFacebook employees are starting to abandon ship over ethical concernsChina is now home to the most valuable AI startup in the worldTrump official: 2016 Arizona election database hack was by criminals, not RussiaLeap Motion’s “Virtual Wearables” May Be The Future Of ComputingWhen Jack Dorsey’s Fight Against Twitter Trolls Got PersonalFortnite is making almost $2 million a day from iPhone playersChasing Coral Shows The Tangible, Devastating Effects Of Our Warming PlanetDuolingo Suddenly Has Over Twice As Much Language Learning MaterialAn amazing repository of technological detritus is closing foreverIt’s Time To Regulate Big Tech, Says VC Who Helped Create It5 Easy-To-Miss Signs That You’re Actually On The Right Career PathHow “Blockers” Became a Raunchy, Feminist Sex Comedy for a Post-#MeToo WorldWho Is Neri Oxman?HBO’s “Paterno” Revisits And Dissects Penn State’s Jerry Sandusky ScandalWant Fairer Workplaces? Give Employees Seats On The BoardFacebook Will Soon Find Out If All Those Campaign Contributions Bought It Any Friends In CongressReport: Nine West may be heading for bankruptcyYou only need $80K to book a spot at the first hotel in spaceLISTEN: If Sokanu Tells You To Consider Becoming A Florist, You’d Be Wise To ListenInside The Never-Ending Trump-Clinton Twitter PsychodramaManagers, Take These Steps To Prevent Your Employees From Burning OutLike Tinder, but for connecting coffee lovers to specialty roastsThe WWE Is At The Top Of Its Game In The U.S., Next Stop: The WorldHere Are Nearly 1,200 Coursera Courses That Are Still Completely FreeAmy Schumer just canceled an interview with a Sinclair station. Will other celebs follow?Grindr is super sorry for letting vendors see users’ HIV statusAs Facebook ignores memes, even fake news about Mark Zuckerberg spreads like wildfire6 Interview Mistakes You’re Probably Making And Can Easily FixTurboTax or CPA or H&R Block? This surprisingly peppy tax map tells you how people fileLove Plants But Hate Dirt? Check Out This Clever PotJimmy Kimmel Is Feuding With Sean Hannity And It’s Heating Up FastRobots Enable Wood Structures Previously Too Complex To BuildAutomakers pushed rollback of efficiency rules while publicly pledging their commitment4 Ways To Develop Leadership Skills In Your Everyday LifeYou Can Spend The Night In This Surprisingly Luxurious Shipping CraneDark Comedy For Dark Times: “Death Of Stalin” & “Veep” Director On Why Humor Is FreedomHow Facebook Devalued The BirthdayThe Science Of Happiness, In Four Simple Work HabitsThis Adorable Robot Is Designed To Cheer Up Lonely MillennialsHere’s What Makes These 10 Cities The World’s Most LivableI Went From Seeing Journaling As A Chore To Loving It, Here’s HowSee America’s Most Controversial StarbucksDesigners Just Fixed Facebook. Your Move, ZuckerbergRussia is seeking to block secure messaging app TelegramSheryl Sandberg: Users would have to pay to opt out of Facebook adsFacebook deleted messages sent by Mark Zuckerberg from recipients’ inboxesNow Indonesian police are investigating FacebookSchools Should Use Students’ Biorhythms To Determine When They Go To ClassTiger Woods’s Nike Comeback, The North Face Moves Mountains: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekHere are the U.S. states that will be most affected by a trade war with ChinaSigning off: 4 reasons Mastercard says it’s killing your signature next weekBlackRock’s new funds muzzle gun makers—and sellers like Walmart and Dick’sSaudi Arabia will break its 35-year-old ban on cinema with “Black Panther”Virgin Galactic is one giant leap closer to launching rich people into spaceCan Zuckerberg Rebuild Trust? It’s A Long Shot, But Here’s Where To StartFacebook paused a research project that asked hospitals to hand over patient dataCult men’s brief brand Tommy John just launched a line of women’s undiesLondon’s mayor has a plan to fight fake news that doesn’t involve killing social mediaIn Madagascar, Kids Use Tech To Bond With Others—Not Play Minecraft AloneLatinos And Asians Dominated Movie Audiences in 2017. Will Hollywood Listen?Marie Claire noticed Meghan Markle’s gray hair, and people noticed Marie Claire’s stupidityHere’s why Amazon shouldn’t sweat Trump’s attacks—but maybe eBay shouldThat “Black Mirror” brain startup is having second thoughts about uploading your mindCode2040’s Laura Weidman Powers Is Stepping Down As CEOWhat To Say When Coworkers Won’t Stop Mispronouncing Your NameNew Nike Ad Welcomes The Tiger Woods Comeback To The MastersYou’ll never guess which gender tends to overestimate their own STEM skillsFour Ways To Prevent Networking BurnoutTwitter says it removed 274,000 terrorist-related accounts in the second half of 2017Good news, parents: “Uber for Kids” is expandingYou Probably Can’t Draw This Letter From MemoryYou May No Longer Smoke Weed In This Sonic Drive-ThruDelta Air Lines just revealed a serious data breach: Here’s what you should do nextBlind Spots That Plague Even The Best LeadersApple’s Brilliant Magsafe Design Comes To Any Wall SocketWhy Your Next Job Offer Might Come From TextingThis MIT Tool Enlists Your Squad To Stop Toxic Internet HarassersIBM Would Like To Remind You Its Technology Can Change The WorldHow To Design A Civil InternetThis Common Mistake Is Sabotaging Your MemoryTrump’s Missed Opportunity For Rural Economic Revival: Bike And Pedestrian Trails“I Unfortunately Have The Equivalent Of 5 PhDs In Twitter Harassment”The Vast Gender Pay Gap At Google, Amazon, And Apple U.K.3 Insights From Reddit’s First Major RedesignExclusive: USA Today’s New Publisher Is Gannett Veteran Maribel WadsworthThe number of apps on Apple’s App Store has shrunk for the first timeUber is suspending its services in GreeceSears and Delta are the latest to suffer customer data breachThis Toilet Vaporizes Poop To Solve Sanitation ProblemsAustralia is investigating Facebook for privacy violationsThe world’s first blockchain smartphone is comingMotorola’s Modular Smartphone Dream Is Too Young To DieZuckerberg keeps insisting Facebook doesn’t sell our data. What it does is even worseHere’s how Mark Zuckerberg responded when asked if he’s still the best person to lead FacebookCan This New Electric Rickshaw Stop Cars From Taking Over Asian Cities?Collateral damage from Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal keeps getting worseTinder is getting all loopyTrump’s tariff wish list: flamethrowers, cassette players, artificial teeth, and moreDove Partners With Cartoon Network To Boost Young Girls’ Self-EsteemRead the fiery letter Google employees sent to their boss over its Pentagon projectWhy Netflix is the “single most frustrating stock to cover,” according to these analystsWhere Weed Is Legal, People Use Fewer OpioidsMapping The 1,000+ Streets Named After Martin Luther King, Jr.How To Land A Promotion As An Introverted EmployeeThis sneaker startup is building stores in the ashes of the retail apocalypse5 times civil disobedience made a difference since MLK’s deathGoFundMe keeps gobbling up competitors, says it’s “very good for the market”Just A Sweet, Mother-Daughter Story About Fly-Fishing In IcelandYour Compliance Training Sucks, And Here’s How To Fix ItWatch Kathy Griffin Triumphantly Mock Trumpworld Again, As Kellyanne ConwayNYC and Bill de Blasio seem to be coming to their senses about electric bikesNASA Wants To Send A Swarm Of Robot Bees To MarsWatch Oprah and Laverne Cox honor Maya Angelou in today’s Google Doodle10 Ways To Change The World, Even When You Think You’re Too BusyThe New Ticket To Digital SuccessThis Is When It’s Worth Negotiating Your Job TitleMark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress next week about Facebook’s data practicesI’m Evernote’s CEO–Here’s How I Stay Productive All Week LongVR Has A Harassment ProblemThis Is A Golden Age For Activist DesignApple reportedly working on “hover touch” iPhonesThis Social Platform For Working Parents Aims To Be The Anti-FacebookThis news site claims its AI writes “unbiased” articlesWhat You’re Getting Wrong About Inclusive DesignTwo people were shot live on Instagram and Facebook this weekTo Rebuild Syria’s Lost Monuments, These Refugees Are Learning StonemasonryHere’s how tech industry leaders reacted to the YouTube shootingYouTube shooter was reportedly angry company demonetized her channelFacebook isn’t going to extend European privacy protections globallyAmazon might offer to buy India’s FlipkartHow The Humble Bicycle Can Save Our CitiesHow DARPA’s fighting deepfakesThe Real Workplace of the FutureHigh-Tech Healing: How And Other NonProfits Are Tackling Human Crises19 Ways Twitter Can Make Itself Safer Right Now“Did We Create This Monster?” How Twitter Turned ToxicThis Clever Shelf Is Designed For The Age Of Pop-Up RetailGoogle’s AI guru is now Apple’s AI guruHere’s how Spotify’s stock price did on its first day of tradingFacebook just shut down dozens of Russia-linked Facebook and Instagram pagesYouTube shooter “situation” at the video site’s San Bruno headquarters: policeWeWork Is Quickly Expanding The Flatiron School With A New Location In HoustonThis Startup Lets Neighbors Pool Their Money To Invest In Their CommunitiesHow Will That Priceless Picasso Look On Your Wall? Now You Don’t Have To GuessThe Fifth Age Of Macintosh: What Happens If Apple Dumps Intel?You’re not crazy: The Instagram app just disappeared from Apple WatchShhhh: NASA is building a quieter supersonic aircraftHere’s The Ever-Growing List Of Men Accused Of Sexual Harassment So Far In 2018Inside Disney And Pixar: The Debate Over John Lasseter’s ReturnFacing a trust crisis, Facebook offers up even more context about news feed publishersFirst Apple, Now Facebook: What Happens When Tech Shareholders Turn Activist?This Startup Built Its Brand On Facebook. Now It Can Never Leave.Getting Glasses To The Developing World Is A Massive Philanthropic OpportunityThis Twitter Experiment Explodes The Literary Male GazeDreamers and Doers: Making It Big As An OutsiderHow To Redeem Yourself When Someone Overhears You Gossiping At Work5 Ways Nonprofits Struggle (And How To Overcome Them)These high-tech pajamas are proven to help your post-workout recoveryThe Painful Lesson That A Job Interview Mistake Taught MeHershey’s Kisses are getting greenerThis Cozy Microhome Could Be Yours For $28,000Now you can do group video chats in SnapchatWelcome to the NYSE, SPOT! Music streamer Spotify tunes up for its first day of tradingRoxane Gay’s New Magazine Explores Living In “Unruly Bodies”How I Realized I Was A Closet Data Geek Halfway Through My CareerGet Inspired By The World’s Tiniest ArtHealthcare Is On The Brink Of A Digital RevolutionThese Hashtags Could Put Your Child In Danger On Social MediaThis White-Washed Beachside Chapel Is A Temple To The SeaHere’s When It’s Actually Good To MultitaskUber and Netflix are making you fat, survey findsThe Strange Rituals Of History’s Most Creative MindsAre Robo-Instructors The Future Of Corporate Training?This New Typeface Merges Braille You Can Touch With Letters You Can SeeThe Ad-Free, User-Owned Future Of Social MediaSingapore just fined two Airbnb hosts $45,800 for unauthorized short-term lettingFacebook says a bug caused it to save users’ deleted videosReport: Panera Bread leaked millions of customers’ dataThe World’s First Face Gym Wants To Make Your Head SweatHow Companies Manipulate Their Workers Into Becoming A Powerful Lobbying Force