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    1. Self-Driving Ambulances And Augmented Reality Crime Scenes: Welcome To The Future Of First Response

      Self-Driving Ambulances And Augmented Reality Crime Scenes: Welcome To The Future Of First Response

      Fifteen years from now, a paramedic arriving at the scene of a distress call will walk in with full knowledge of the patient’s medical history: Advanced data-sharing platforms will brief the emergency response team on the patient’s current circumstances while a self-driving ambulance pilots them to the scene.

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    2. This Is What Life Would Be Like In A Family of Social Media Influencers

      WHO: Long-running satirical CBC show, This Is That. WHY WE CARE: Earlier this year, Fast Company highlighted a funny and poignant short film about a father who tears his family apart with his quest to become a social media celebrity. (The film had extra gravitas because it was made by comedian-turned-Vine-star Will Sasso.) Now, a video from Canada’s beloved CBC Radio shows what would happen if the entire family were in on the quest as well.

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      Mentions: Canada
    3. Is Marketing To Millennials Confusing? Just Wait. Generation Z Is Right Around The Corner

      Is Marketing To Millennials Confusing? Just Wait. Generation Z Is Right Around The Corner

      For the past few years, one of the most dominant topics in business and entrepreneurship has been what the hell to do with Millennials. Some companies love them, some can't stand them. Some advocate for them, some find them entitled. And some, actually a good many, were started by Millennials, with almost all of their employees falling within that age range.

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      Mentions: Pepsi
    4. The Simple Menu Innovations That Science Says Can Get People To Order Vegetarian Options

      The Simple Menu Innovations That Science Says Can Get People To Order Vegetarian Options

      Take two menu items: “slow-roasted caramelized zucchini bites” and “nutritious green zucchini.” Science says you’re more likely to pick the first. That’s just some of the findings in a new study that tested using different language to describe vegetables, which could be an important factor in the quest to get people to eat less meat.

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    5. The 7 Questions Recruiters At Companies Like Amazon And Spotify Wish You Would Ask

      The 7 Questions Recruiters At Companies Like Amazon And Spotify Wish You Would Ask

      You might only have a few minutes at the end of your interview to ask questions, but they matter more than you’d think. “The quality and thought that goes into the questions candidates ask weighs into my overall evaluation of fit for the role and within our team,” says Jennifer Hankin, chief of staff at StartUp Health, a digital health company. “If someone has no questions, or asks something that could be easily found on our website, that is a sign of lack of effort on their part,” she explains.

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      Mentions: Amazon.com
    6. How Kylie Jenner Built A Makeup Empire Out Of Her Most Famous Asset

      How Kylie Jenner Built A Makeup Empire Out Of Her Most Famous Asset

      Seconds after Kylie Jenner launched her first three lines of lipstick, on November 30, 2015, all three sold out online. Less than two years later, Kylie Cosmetics is a full-service, direct-to-consumer beauty brand, with offerings that include its signature lip kits (lipstick and liner) plus eye shadows, blushes, and tools.

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    7. This Machine Just Started Sucking CO2 Out Of The Air To Save Us From Climate Change

      This Machine Just Started Sucking CO2 Out Of The Air To Save Us From Climate Change

      To have a chance of keeping the global temperature from rising more than two degrees Celsius, the limit set by the Paris agreement, it’s likely that shifting to a low-carbon economy won’t be enough. “We really only have less than 20 years left at current emission rates to have a good chance of limiting emissions to less than 2°C,” says Chris Field, director of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and coauthor of a recent paper discussing carbon removal.

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    8. My Company Tried Slack For Two Years. This Is Why We Quit.

      My Company Tried Slack For Two Years. This Is Why We Quit.

      Something had to change. So we tried Slack. To say the app was a game-changer would be putting it mildly. Communication between team members across continents exploded. Almost overnight, we went from a group of 30 individuals to a true team. But then, two years in, we decided to quit Slack cold turkey. Group chat apps like Slack are built for a specific kind of communication –one-line-at-a-time, real-time conversations. This form of communication is sometimes useful (e.g.

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      Mentions: Turkey
    9. This Airplane Gadget Makes Flying Long Distances In Coach Almost Bearable

      This Airplane Gadget Makes Flying Long Distances In Coach Almost Bearable

      Trying to sleep in an economy seat on an airplane can feel quite hopeless, especially if you’re too short, too tall, or prefer not to sleep flat on your back like a weird cat . Fly Legs Up makes it a wee bit more bearable. For adults, the product works as a sort of DIY footrest that hooks onto the back of the tray table. (It won’t disturb the person in front of you.)

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      Mentions: New York London
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