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When this buffer engineer became a manager, he realized that his tendency to switch to problem-solving mode isn’t always an asset.


Communication is the most important tool we have when it comes to teamwork—especially in remote work.

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Together with Facebook and Fospha, we've designed a free online course on measurement and attribution for marketers, to help educate decision makers on better executing their marketing strategies.



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They learn to turn their unproductive thoughts into productive ones.


Let me paint you a picture: I had just reached a significant milestone in my freelance writing career, and I was feeling on top of the world. I shared my accomplishment on social media, and I received heartfelt responses and congratulations, which made me feel even better.

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Paying off student loans, giving up on retirement, and finding meaning in work: Your version of the American Dream.


Editor’s Note: In honor of the July 4th holiday, we are republishing the results of our 2018 survey on the modern American Dream. 

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In space, no one can see how much TV you watch.



 



Just in case you haven’t been keeping up with Fast Company’s “50 Days to the Moon” series (and shame on you, if you haven’t), I’m here to remind you that America is in the midst of moon-landing fever, which culminates today with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s touchdown on the lunar surface. That’s right: On July 20, 1969, human beings walked on the Moon for the first time, and humanity has been in awe ever since.



 



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The combined entity will be able to glean insights and benchmarks from about nine trillion interactions daily, says Contentsquare's CEO/founder. The companies say their platforms will be integrated and released as a single experience analytics platform later this year.



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China’s pollution-caused smog, particularly in its larger cities, is infamously awful, and it’s making green alternatives difficult.


Solar power is one of the great hopes for clean energy, but in order for solar panels to work, they can’t be where the sun doesn’t shine. That’s why China’s efforts to green up its energy supply are hitting a roadblock. According to a new study, the country’s air pollution has gotten so bad that the sun can’t reach the solar panels—and it’s affecting the solar panels’ outp

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Yet another disturbing record directly linked to climate change.


When the temperature in Agra, India, climbed above 113 degrees in mid-June, the asphalt on roads started to melt. In San Francisco, where the average temperature in June hovers in the 60s and air-conditioned apartments are nearly nonexistent, it hit 100 degrees and train tracks warped. Later in the month, a town in France broke a national record at nearly 115 degrees. In Germany, a wildfire near 100-degree Berlin forced evacuations.

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In a stunning admission, Samsung CEO DJ Koh calls the Galaxy Fold debacle “embarrassing.” He says he rushed the company’s foldable phone to market—and it backfired.


Samsung is giving contrition a try as the launch of its Galaxy Fold smartphone remains in limbo. In an interview with The Independent and other outlets, Samsung Electronics CEO DJ Koh took the blame for rushing the company’s first foldable phone to market. “It was embarrassing,” Koh said. “I pushed it through before it was ready.”

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New York City’s recent World Pride event was an historic one, indeed—but as the celebrations die down, these pressing issues shouldn’t.




New York City recently hosted World Pride in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, the LGBTQ uprising that started with a police raid at NYC’s Stonewall Inn bar and eventually sparked the modern movement for gay and trans rights. The parade drew millions in their rainbow best celebrating how far the community has come, and our photographer was in the mix getting these top shots from

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the festivities. But as the glitter is swept away and the technicolor flags come down, it’s time for people to keep the same energy they had in June throughout the other months, especially ahead of yet another decisive presidential election.

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In an exclusive interview, the basketball player discusses his new MIT Media Lab fellowship, and how he plans to use the platform to reform education.


When Jaylen Brown has a few seconds to spare on the clock and an open floor around him, he likes to go to the basket with a reverse dunk. He launches his six-foot-seven-inch body off both feet at once, then pulls them together and tucks them underneath himself like a kid on a trampoline. His Celtics jersey stretches across his chest. With his back already turned to the net, he locks eyes on the rim over his shoulder before looking

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away and trusting his hands to do the rest. They flip back over his head, and with the confidence of someone who was born to play basketball, Brown scores. He is nimble and powerful—a natural athlete. But that is just his day job.

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Broadway shows perform in the streets, the skyline and subway stations go partially dark, and citizens take to the streets to direct traffic.


Reports of a massive power outage impacting Manhattan’s West Side from about 72nd Street to 34th Street started around 7 p.m. on Saturday. The city’s power supplier, Con Edison, reported at 10 p.m. that more than 62,000 people were without power.

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Sometimes, a conflict requires you to solve an internal conflict. This trainer gives advice on 3 productive tips to do so.


When you think of conflict, what comes to mind? Is it something that you try to avoid? Something you dread? Do you associate it with words like ‘somebody gets hurt’ or ‘fighting’?

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Files received in WhatsApp and with certain configurations of Telegram can be tampered with before you even see them, Symantec warns.


Messaging apps like Telegram and Facebook-owned WhatsApp are known for using end-to-end encryption, which makes it difficult for anyone to read or tamper with messages while they’re in transit.

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This hoodie might be the next frontier of clothing recycling.


Before it became a hoodie, the material in a new Adidas by Stella McCartney top might have had a previous life as part of a T-shirt or a pair of jeans. The limited-edition sweatshirt is the first commercially produced garment to use new technology that purifies and liquifies old cotton to transform it into new material.

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Don’t let your inbox dictate how you spend your time.


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New technology isn’t always going to be the answer to your productivity issues at work.


As a manager you want your team to do their best. And that naturally means making sure they have all the tools they need. Unfortunately, that new calendar app, communication tool, or project management software might be causing more harm than good.

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Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky uses technology to document how we’re destroying our planet. But what will it take to get us to fix the mess we’ve made?


Darren Aronofsky very nearly became a biologist.

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Raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour would move the U.S. from one of the least economically equal countries to one of the most.


In discussing the federal minimum wage in the U.S., it’s impossible to ignore the obvious: It hasn’t budged from its current rate of $7.25 per hour in nearly a decade. And adjusted for inflation, that’s worth less than what the minimum wage delivered people in the 1960s.

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Chants of “Equal pay! Equal pay!” could be heard above the din.




Chants of “Equal pay! Equal pay!” could be heard above the din this morning as thousands of people flooded into lower Manhattan to celebrate the champion U.S. Women’s Soccer team, who clinched their record fourth World Cup win on Sunday—and supercharged a national dialogue about gender pay disparities in the process.

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A new report says 41 million Roku devices are being used in the United States, far ahead of Fire TV, Apple TV, and others.


A new study by Strategy Analytics puts Roku far ahead of other platforms in the streaming device wars, at least within the United States. The firm estimates that more than 41 million Roku devices were being used in the first quarter of 2019. In second place, surprisingly, was Sony’s PlayStation consoles (31 million devices), followed by Microsoft Xbox consoles (29 million), Samsung TVs (27 million), Google Chromecast and Android TV devices (24 million

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), Amazon Fire TV devices (22 million), Nintendo consoles (18 million), Apple TV (13 million), and LG WebOS TVs (12 million).

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If you’re unwilling to embrace diversity for diversity’s sake, do it because it’s better business.


“Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance.”

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“Catastrophe” begins with a bird dropping dead. And then the trouble starts.


What: Catastrophe, an animated short about a cat’s struggle to dig himself out of trouble.

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In terms of environmental policy, Jay Inslee, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders bring the strongest ideas to the crowded Democratic primary field.


With one Democratic presidential debate down and the second looming at the end of July, polling among the 20 qualifying primary candidates will likely continue to yo-yo.

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TV ratings for the women’s World Cup shattered records, but the U.S. champion players are still paid far less than their male counterparts.


It’s official. The U.S. Women’s National Team clinched its record fourth FIFA Women’s World Cup title on Sunday. But the championship team still hasn’t won a definitive victory in the fight to be paid on par with the U.S. Men’s National Team.

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These new standards, signed by companies including Oracle, Pandora, and LiveRamp, aim to set “minimum disclosure and transparency standards for any company that collects audience data for targeting, personalization or measurement of digital advertising.”



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The superstar designer allegedly became “dispirited” after the launch of the Apple Watch.


The biggest news in tech last week was that Apple’s superstar designer Jony Ive was leaving the company to start his own design firm. While the news was unexpected, it’s not clear how much Ive’s departure will affect the iPhone maker as he will continue designing for Apple via his new firm instead of being a direct employee of the company.

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CBS is blacked out across AT&T pay-TV systems, but you’re not helpless.


Some 6.5 million AT&T customers woke up this morning to discover they could no longer watch CBS, the country’s most popular broadcast network, thanks to yet another pay-TV carriage dispute. The current contract between the two companies expired early this morning and the blackout affects customers who use DirecTV and AT&T U-verse systems. Judging by the flurry of angry comments on Twitter, viewers are not happy.

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There are several simple things you can do to get a better sense of how you are perceived.


It’s hard to know what other people think of you. Your own feelings of self-confidence and self-efficacy (your belief about how well you are able to influence the world) are likely to determine how you think other people view you.

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Real world examples of brands that use Adobe Experience Manager, and how its implementation resolved the challenges they faced around CX, content, and personalization.



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Traditional CRMs haven’t kept pace with the changing buying process. A look into how current tools are failing, and how a more personalized CRM improves insights.



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If we continue business as usual, by the middle of the century the average number of days that feel hotter than 100 degrees will more than double.


If you grew up in New York City in the 1990s, you might have experienced a couple of days each year when the heat index—the combination of heat and humidity that explains how a temperature feels—climbed above 100 degrees. By the end of the century, it could feel that way as many as 42 days a year. In Atlanta, the number of days with a 100-degree-plus heat index could jump from 6 to 82; in Miami, it could go from 16 to 1

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