How To Sue A Robot And What The TED Conference Is Really Lik ...

Should people be allowed to sue robots? What goes on at the highly exclusive global TED conference?

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Black Mirror Predicting Reality, Coke Uses Blockchain And Sp ...

What if your social score controlled your life? Is Spotify ready to be the next Netflix? How is Coke using blockchain?

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The Disruption Issue: Norway’s Olympic Curling Pants, ...

Are the Olympics ready for Norwegian curling team fashion? What can Saudi Arabia teach you about disruption? And are soap fetishes the next big thing?

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The Ad Council Helps Connect Creative Marketing Pros With No ...

How can you find a worthy cause that needs marketing and communications expertise? Use this great new platform …

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Using Emojis To Encourage Charitable Giving

For years when charitable institutions tried to make giving and participation easier through using digital tools, they were accused of “slacktivism” a term coined to describe the fear that true participation might be replaced by feel good “like” button clicks. Those same critics would jump all over this new effort from No Kid Hungry aimed

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How To Break Up With Your Bank Over Ethical Differences

In a perfect example of Passive Loyalty (a 2017 trend from Non-Obvious), this article on discusses how to break up with your bank.

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New Survey Finds Recent MBA Grads Don’t Want To Work O ...

A new survey shows that jobs outside of Wall Street are increasingly being preferred by MBA graduates as just 19% of respondents selected Wall Street as their top employment choice.

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Facebook Helps Make Politicians Care About You

It is a sad reality of politics just how often politicians seem to cater to the loudest of their constituents. Making noise may not be the only way for normal people to create clout anymore, thanks to Facebook’s announcement that it will allow users to easily tag their local and state politicians in a post.

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Google Launches Beautiful Tool To Teach Kids Online Safety

If you are a parent, one of the things that probably keeps you up at night is how to monitor your kids activity online and keep them safe from scams, cyberbullying or worse. This newly launched tool from Google looks to be a wonderful resource both for parents and also educators to teach kids everything

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