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How Board Games Became FunFinally, A Smart Solution To Your Out-Of-Control Charger SituationJewelry Made Of Human Teeth? It’s Not As Gross As It SoundsCharting The Soul Of A City In The Age Of Google MapsA Worldwide Scavenger Hunt For Type NerdsAI Is About To Make Halloween Truly TerrifyingThe Midcentury Sculptor Who Changed The Way Kids PlayThe Problem With Apple’s Touch Bar Is You Can’t Simply Touch ItWicked Good: AJ Fosik’s Wooden Totems To Nothing In ParticularGeorge Lucas Presents Two New Designs For His Beleaguered MuseumDesigning The Ultimate Tuque, Canada’s Favorite CapTo Rethink Remote Collaboration, Google Takes Cues From The Analog WorldThese Maps Show Your Neighborhood’s Racist PastMoMA Adds Emoji To Its Permanent CollectionVR Headsets Are The New PDAsThe Weirdest Products Donald Trump Has Ever LicensedA Seven-Foot-Tall Designer Reimagines Public SpaceThe Well-Designed City Is A Healthy City, All Over The WorldSwedish Commuters Sue Their Government Over Border ID ChecksA Speaker Your Officemates Won’t Hate Directs Sound Like A Flashlight60 Designers Create Posters For Their Favorite National ParksDid Xiaomi Just Beat Apple At Its Own Game?Zendesk Unveils A Dynamic New Brand Inspired By Classic Danish DesignThe Little-Known Indiana Town That Modernism BuiltFrog’s New Office Is Designed To Protect Its Most Secretive ClientsThis Dutch Company Turns Demolished Buildings Into Beautiful MaterialsThe City Of The Future Will Have Safer Streets And An Accountable Police ForceWeegee: The Master Photographer Of NYC Murderous Mob HeydayThese Perforated Envelopes Contain A Universe Of StarsYahoo’s NSFW Neural Network Can Spot Penises In Pretty Much Any PictureThe Composition Notebook Gets A Luxurious RedesignWhat Do Trump And Clinton Carry In Their Bags? Here’s A GuessCan A Building Engineer Innovation?8 Horror Films That Use Architecture And Cities To TerrifyElon Musk Wants To Build A Martian Colony Out Of Geodesic DomesAustin’s Mandatory Smart Thermostats Allow The Power Company To Turn Down Your ACMicrosoft’s Digital Post-It Is Powered By Your Office’s Horrible LightingBrooklyn’s Latest High-Rise? An Inflatable Hotel Room On A Scissor LiftThe Other High Line Effect: How N.Y.C.’s Glitziest Park Spread Extreme InequalityPinterest’s Subtle New Headquarters Are The Opposite Of A Typical Tech OfficeThe Spectacular Architecture Of Early Power PlantsRedesigning The Controversial World Of CrowdworkThe Best And Worst U.S. Cities For Vegetarians And Vegans