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    1. Why Kickstarter Decided To Radically Transform Its Business Model

      Why Kickstarter Decided To Radically Transform Its Business Model

      During that year Chen also got back to his roots, the type of life that had inspired him to launch Kickstarter. For the first decade of his career, he had been an artist and musician; then he took crowdfunding to the next level—work that would earn him a spot on Time’s 100 Most Influential People List in 2013—and he was suddenly thrust into the life of a CEO.

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    2. Manoush Zomorodi Challenges Us To Stick Up For Our Internet Rights

      Manoush Zomorodi Challenges Us To Stick Up For Our Internet Rights

      As the host and managing editor of WNYC's Note To Self podcast, which calls itself the tech show about being human, Manoush Zomorodi spends a lot of time thinking about that fleeting, uneasy feeling you likely get every time you download a new app and grant it access to your data.

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    3. Six Tips For Improving Your Digital Job Search While You're Unemployed

      Six Tips For Improving Your Digital Job Search While You're Unemployed

      When you’re unemployed, the sinking feeling that it'll be impossible to find another job isn't just in the pit of your stomach—or your head. In many cases, you really are dealing with discrimination from employers. Northeastern University researchers found that someone who's been unemployed for six months or longer is much less likely to land an interview than someone who's been between jobs for only a short time, even if they lack the right skills.

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    4. Trump Threatens The Design Industry, And Design Is Fighting Back

      Trump Threatens The Design Industry, And Design Is Fighting Back

      On the morning of November 9, just a few hours after news broke that America had elected Donald Trump as its 45th president, Diego Zambrano was walking to the Supreme Court in downtown Brooklyn, where he would finally be made a citizen of the United States. When Zambrano made it to the courtroom with his wife, who was also being naturalized, the mood was somber. Zambrano hadn’t expected that.

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    5. What To Do And Where To Go If Your U.S. Livelihood Seems Shaky After Trump's Win

      What To Do And Where To Go If Your U.S. Livelihood Seems Shaky After Trump's Win

      In the waning hours of Tuesday night with votes still tallying up, Canada’s immigration website crashed, presumably as U.S. users scrambled to figure out how to move across the border. At many points in the long, ugly campaign that finally culminated in Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency this week, many Americans vowed they’d move abroad if their candidate lost.

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    6. What To Do And Where To Go If Your U.S. Livelihood Seems Shaky After Trump's Win

      What To Do And Where To Go If Your U.S. Livelihood Seems Shaky After Trump's Win

      In the waning hours of Tuesday night with votes still tallying up, Canada’s immigration website crashed, presumably as U.S. users scrambled to figure out how to move across the border. At many points in the long, ugly campaign that finally culminated in Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency this week, many Americans vowed they’d move abroad if their candidate lost.

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    7. How A Trump Presidency Would Ruin The Long-Term Future

      How A Trump Presidency Would Ruin The Long-Term Future

      "We're only looking at four years." So said Ben Carson about the possibility of Donald Trump turning out to be "not such a great president." But the impacts of decisions made over the next four years could last much longer: There is a lot a president can do to alter the course of the country, even with a hostile Congress. In climate change policy, Trump could set us on a course of planetary destruction that we are unable to fix after he leaves office.

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    8. Starting a Business with a Helping of Homework

      Starting a Business with a Helping of Homework

      Young women are charging into entrepreneurship. We talked to five dynamos who founded businesses in college or soon after — and learned a lot about the benefits of starting up young. More and more young women are starting businesses all over the globe — and college-aged women are leading the charge.

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    9. Democratic Convention: Clinton Advisers Preview Speech

      Democratic Convention: Clinton Advisers Preview Speech

      Hillary Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday. Credit Damon Winter/The New York Times. Following is a transcript of Hillary Clinton's address to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday, as prepared for ...

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    10. This App Is The Antidote To This Insane Presidential Campaign

      This App Is The Antidote To This Insane Presidential Campaign

      It's the night of the Indiana primary, and I'm at a cool, new D.C. hangout called Sidewire. The polls close, and with the almost immediate call for Donald Trump, the place erupts into compelling conversation. Ron Facheaux, a former Louisiana state legislator who now runs a political research group, is the first to say it: "Ladies and gentlemen, the fat lady has sung."

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    11. This App Is The Antidote To This Insane Presidential Campaign

      This App Is The Antidote To This Insane Presidential Campaign

      It's the night of the Indiana primary, and I'm at a cool, new D.C. hangout called Sidewire. The polls close, and with the almost immediate call for Donald Trump, the place erupts into compelling conversation. Ron Facheaux, a former Louisiana state legislator who now runs a political research group, is the first to say it: "Ladies and gentlemen, the fat lady has sung."

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    12. “Confirmation” Director Rick Famuyiwa On Recreating Recent History

      “Confirmation” Director Rick Famuyiwa On Recreating Recent History

      Director Rick Famuyiwa&aposs debut, The Wood, was a semi-autobiographical film set in Inglewood, where he grew up, and filled with characters based on the family and friends who helped shape his young life. Last year&aposs Dope, about an ambitious teen trying to go from Inglewood to Harvard, also drew from Famuyiwa&aposs experience, in a less direct way.

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    13. Lessons From The Epic Fails Of Well-Funded Startups

      Lessons From The Epic Fails Of Well-Funded Startups

      In the startup world, failure is a given. Fail fast is the founder’s mantra. Make a mistake, learn from it, move on, say the experts. When startups are well funded—and have a growing number of staff members and stakeholders, it’s not quite so simple. We know that the road to success is paved with bumps. It’s possible to rise from the ashes of a startup’s crash and burn.

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