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2,500 Pounds Of Rice, Arranged In 30,000 Piles: It’s Called Art, Jerk5 Unsung Inventions That Make The Holidays BearableMassive Health iPhone App Gets You To Eat Better, Using The Crowd’s IQA Sly Installation That Tracks You, Turning Voyeurism Into Art10 Designers Who Follow The Muse of CuriosityIn The Developing World, A Building Project Meant To Raise Women UpA Museum Devoted To War Tackles Its Own Fractured IdentityReadyForZero Helps You Fight Debt, Using Clever Mind HacksMaking More Livable Cities With Shade Stands, Rainwater Collection, And Closed StreetsCity Fireflies, An Urban Video Game Whose Screen Is A BuildingSimple Genius: An iPhone Case That Grips Your Cash And EarbudsInfographic Of The Day: Kontakt Charts Your iPhone ContactsFrank Lloyd Wright: An Eco Visionary Before Green Became The RageReinventing The Chain Saw, By Sending Subliminal Signals About Being Macho12 Arty Parodies Of The Beloved Christmas TreeInfographic Of The Day: The Right Chart Can Make Boring Data PopCan An iPad App Really Make You More Productive And Inspired?Architecture At Zero: Making The Ultimate Net-Zero-Energy BuildingU.S. Innovation Can’t Stay On Top Without Smart GovernmentAlmost Genius: Lamp Pays Tribute To IncandescentsIs That Chocolate Dripping Off The Wall? Nope, Just Hand-Carved WoodModernist Dollhouses Offer Peephole Onto Modern Home LifeInfographic Of The Day: Is Global Warming Causing Extreme Weather?Bart Hess Makes 3-D Modeling Sexy For The Fashion WorldOneReceipt Tracks Your Receipts And Helps You Manage Your Finances5 Lessons From The Best Interaction Designs Of 2011A House For Refugees, Made From 100 Shipping PalletsSlow And Steady GPS Takes Longer, Saves MoneyBy Giving Up On NYC Campus, Stanford Loses The Innovation RaceThe Best Of Azzedine Alaïa, One Of The Last Great CouturiersBarcelona: A Smart City Model For The PlanetJasper Morrison, Master Of Minimalism, Picks 150 Of His Favorite ThingsWanted: A Featherweight Backpack That’s Stronger Than SteelAn Exhibition of Graphic Design’s Cutting EdgeInfographic Of The Day: A Map Using Only Famous Streets From SongsA Robot Makes A Drawing You Can Only See From The Sky