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Kiip: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Fast Company MagazineContent Vs. Advertising: Which One Leads The Gaming Industry?How will the worlds of advertising and gaming overlap? We ask two young CEOs with opposite approaches.<p>LeadershipKiip: A New Intersection For Branding, Advertising, And …

Splunk: Most Innovative Company | Fast Company

Ideas<p>IdeasHow one beer company is ditching plastic six-pack rings<p>IdeasCan New York’s bold plan to close its jail on Rikers Island build a more just city?<p>IdeasSunrun is bringing 100 megawatts of rooftop solar to low-income communities<p>Entertainment<p>EntertainmentHow one comedy club successfully, …

The Secrets Of Generation Flux

How brilliantly managed chaos sparks success inside Nike, Box, Cisco, Foursquare, Intuit, and more.<p><b>If Wes Anderson ever</b> conjures up a hipster mad scientist, he’ll look a lot like Aaron Levie, the cofounder and CEO of an Internet company called Box. Levie’s a mess of jangly nerves, topped by a wild …

The Big List Of Google Easter Eggs

Google is well-known for its lighter side, including things like whimsical logos, april fools’ gags and more. In the spirit of the Easter holiday, …

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Google Keep Fails to Impress and Other Top Comments

Top comments 3.29.13<p>Bill Gates Will Give You $100,000 to Build a Better Condom<p>Evernote vs. Google Keep: Which Does More?<p>Ford Apologizes for Ad With …

James Bond: 50 Years of Movies

James Bond: 50 Years of Movies infographic from hrblock.com is all about Bond, James Bond. See the top grossing films, iconic bond accessories and …

I Love You in 130 Languages

Fun design for Valentine’s Day from GlobalNova. The I Love You Map, shows the phrase “I Love You” translated into 130 different languages and …

Top 250 Internet Retailers Q3 2012 Update

Top 250 Internet Retailers Q3 2012 Update infographic from the Campalyst blog<p><i>Back in May we published an infographic about Top 250 Internet</i> …

2012 SEO Tactics

The 2012 SEO Tactics infographic from Response Mine Interactive breaks down the tactics they use to get the highest rankings for their clients in …

460 Million Connected Internet Devices

Beautiful data visualizations of some very scary data!<p>An anonymous hacker under the pseudonym of “Carna Botnet” has posted a comprehensive Internet …

Meet the Futurists

Here are the experts who will be guiding us through their visions of the future and advice about future thinking.<p><i>Co.Exist</i>‘s Futurist Forum is a series of articles by some of the world’s leading futurists about what the world will look like in the near and distant future, and how you can improve how …

Is This What Urban Buildings Will Look Like In 2050?

Based on this, and extrapolating out some emerging ideas, the engineering and design firm Arup has come up with this mock-up of the building of the …

Between 1972 and 1977 nearly 70 photographers were employed by America’s fledgling Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to photograph the condition of the country’s environment. The result was a project of immense breadth and scale that has not been exhibited in public since its 1970s heyday. A small but fascinating selection is now on show at the National Archives in Washington, DC http://econ.st/YGgz0O

‎Economist World In Figures on the App Store

4.0.10<p>Apr 18, 2018<p>4.0.6<p>Apr 17, 2018<p>4.0.5<p>Nov 7, 2017<p>4.0.1<p>Sep 24, 2017<p>4.0.0<p>Jun 6, 2017<p>3.0.74<p>Feb 6, 2017<p>3.0.72<p>Nov 12, 2016<p>3.0.57<p>Jul 19, 2016<p>3.0.55<p>Jun …

Last week on Pro: SQL-on-Hadoop, paid content, and the internet of things

Hadoop and content monetization were big topics on GigaOM this week – no surprise there, as we just wrapped up our Structure:Data conference last …

Trending: Britain’s economy, business travel and tourism are unusually concentrated on its capital, which is why most of its airport capacity is in the London area. Heathrow, the big international hub, has been expanded repeatedly over the years, but now its two main runways are running at close to full capacity. All sorts of ideas have been put forward to avert a London airport crunch, all with drawbacks. Our videographic examines London’s airport conundrum http://econ.st/14BDuSl