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Kickstarting: An iPhone Case That Keeps Glare From Ruining Your PicturesNo Tools, No Problem: HP’s DIY Cardboard DeskThe Week That Was: Steve Jobs’s Meeting Style, Google’s Project Glass, And A Deep-Fried iPadThis Sci-Fi Touchscreen Can Give The iPhone Real ButtonsA Fire Station Carved Into The Side Of A MountainPaper Turns Back Into Wood, Thanks To Exquisite CraftHow Do Real Cars End Up In Video Games? And Does It Help The Brands?A Colorful Tour Of America’s Urban FarmsAnimated Gifs Of A Pop-Up Book For AdultsNeed A Slick Ad For Your Good Business? Call m ss ng p eces5 Keys To Building A Business That Doesn’t Bury The Humans At Its CoreCosmos: Sculptural, Spacey Makeup Cases For The Classiest LadiesSeparated by Decades, Two Fashion Visionaries Have An Impossible ConversationThey’re Real: Crazy Daredevil Robots That Fly, Build, And Make Their Own DecisionsA Playground Made Of Reused Rotor Blades From Giant WindmillsHow The IPhone Is Helping Remake The Art Of Architectural PhotographyCasual Conference Chairs That Prevent Nosey Spies From Overhearing YouThe Wallet Of The Future Is The Wallet Of The PastThe Redesigned Foursquare Is About Radical Simplicity, And A New Way To Search5 Traps You Have To Avoid When Pitching Bold IdeasHow The State Department Is Galvanizing Entrepreneurship In Developing CountriesBarry McGee, A Graffiti God, Returns To The Gallery SceneA Typographical Tribute To The Beastie Boys’ Adam YauchXbox SmartGlass Aims To Reshape TV Watching, Via iPadPhotographing Star Trails From Space, At 17,000 MPHA Captivating Mechanical Cloud That Tells The WeatherAn Office System That Makes Meetings A Social EventA Color Wheel Based On The Range Of Human Skin TonesThe Podium And Ceremony Outfits For The 2012 Olympics Are CrazyNike Is Rebranding The Calorie, In A Deal With XboxMeetings Are A Skill You Can Master, And Steve Jobs Taught Me HowMachine Scans Twitter For Mentions Of Fruit, Then Turns Them Into SmoothiesReinvented Glass Blowing Makes Lamps Looks Like Crumpled PaperThis Is What The iPad Looks Like When Deep-FriedAn Ingenious Ice Cream Scoop That’ll Make You Gain 30lbsA Museum of Mexican Art, Inspired By The Aztec CalendarLeBron Imma Let You Finish, But Kanye Has The Greatest Nikes Of All TimeTextiles Encoded With Text Messages, Using WWII CryptographyA New Utility Pole Boosts Wi-Fi Signals And Electric Car ChargingHere’s What Homer Simpson Looks Like, As A ChairUnreasonables, Episode 19: Get Funded Or Go HomePainless Work: Computer Monitor Tracks Your Movements And Corrects Your PostureA Pedestrian Bridge That Doubles As A Water TurbineGoogle’s Project Glass: Inside The Problem Solving And Prototyping6 Stunning Classics Of British DesignReintroducing Two Iconic Bath Toys That Put Rubber Ducky To ShameIn Filmmaking Now, Directors Become Programmers And Programmers Become GodsFitness Furniture: A Couch Made For Crunches (And Chilling Out)Infographic: A Cheat Sheet For Seeing What Veggies And Fruits Are In SeasonA Twisting Helix Made From Thousands Of Spools Of ThreadA Lounge Chair Cleverly Attuned To Our Gadget ObsessionLovely Pixel Paintings Created By Software Following Its Own MuseBaking Innovation Into New Smart CitiesGary Hustwit On The Fate Of The Olympic City, After The Games EndThe Top 10 U.S. Cities With Quality Outdoor SpaceMusical Wall Makes Children’s Hospital A Little Less SucktasticCould This Tiny $70 Box Be The Next Mouse? MaybeEric Ries: 10 Classic Strategies For A Fast, User-Focused Company Reboot