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What’s In A Logo? 4 Insights About Nurturing Innovation, Actually5 Storytelling Concepts That Health Care Firms Are Using To Change Patient BehaviorWanted: A Racy E-Dress That Helps You FlirtIngo Maurer’s Massive “Chandelier,” Made From Sponges And Fake ButterfliesFor New Sculpture, Matthew Barney Dredges Up A Drowned 1967 ChryslerThe Future Of Air Travel: Sky-Surfing On A Giant ZeppelinCalifornia Cities Get Tech SavvyInfographic Of The Day: The Re-Redesigned London Tube MapSimple Genius: A Sliding Door Handle That Opens And Locks With One Intuitive MotionWhat Designing The New Girl Scouts Innovation Badges Taught Us About Raising LeadersHow Cloud Computing Made Web Typography Better For EveryoneBarber Osgerby Celebrate the Hidden Beauty of Boats and PlanesWanted: Baggu Goes Upmarket, With New Leather BagsAn Imaginary City Made of Delicate, Glass-Blown ArchitectureAn Artist Who Sews Paper Into 3-D SculpturesClassic Kartell Furniture Is Refashioned, By Star Designers, Architects, And One OncologistInfographic Of The Day: Yahoo Mail’s Mindblowing Computing PowerScribblenauts, an iPad Game that Lets You Design It As You PlayThe Brain-Dead Design Behind The USDA’s New Dietary ChartHow 3-D Printing And Augmented Reality Can Help Design Better DrugsWeather Channel iPad App Nixes Numbers, Focuses On Real-Time VisualsHow Samsung Designed Its New Galaxy Nexus To Skirt Apple’s IPExposing Texas’s Ungodly Heat, With Giant Melting Crayon SculpturesSnow Peak’s Ingenious Headlamp Converts Into A LanternUh, Wanted? Harvard Prof Invents A Caffeine InhalerInfographic Of The Day: China’s Checkbook DiplomacyWant To Upend An Entire Industry? Change Its Revenue StreamSimple Genius: A Panoramic Camera You Can Throw Sky HighLet’s Move Past Manufacturing. America Should Be The “Innovation Nation”A Wearable Computer Turns Any Surface Into A TouchscreenA Trophy That Recognizes The True Key To Creativity: CollaborationWanted: A Watch That Imitates An iPhone InterfaceA Family Turns Grain Silos Into A Set Of Hotel SuitesNick Cave’s “Sound Suits”: Stunning, Wearable Art For Modern Witch DoctorsInfographic Of The Day: What Are The Darkest Parts Of The Bible?Can Better Designed Power Pylons Slash Fossil-Fuel Use?Before Succeeding, You Have To Fully Confront Failure. But How?Rewarding London Residents For ExcercisingThe Bouroullecs Create iPad App Offering A Tour Of Their Greatest WorkWanted: A Handy Toolkit For Making Catchy Protest SignsInfographic Of The Day: A Video History Of The iPhoneWanted: A Fishbowl That Doubles As Glass SculptureMeet China’s Eco CopsA Miniature Apartment Complex Lets Visitors Peep On Korea’s Bizarro UnderbellyOne More Great Lesson From Steve Jobs: Innovation Begins As A Social Movement