15 Stories You Need To Know Today

15 Stories You Need To Know Today

Apple still at the top of most innovative companies, how music affects your work at the office, and the coffee bean could be extinct by 2080.... Links to start your day with.

Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby
  • 13 november 2012

Apple shells out $21m for swiss clock design. DVICE

Is cursive writing going to be a thing of the past? TechCrunch

Apple still tops the list of most innovative companies. Wired

Could coffee become extinct by 2080? Triple Pundit

Got A employee who is planning to  buy Black Ops II? He’s probably going to call in sick tomorrow. Venture Beat

Google ad revenue surpasses all US print publications combined. Mashable 

Lance Armstrong distances himself from Livestrong. Huffington Post

A study concludes that viewers are likely to leave your video if it does not load in 2 seconds. GigaOM

Coke revamps its website to tell its story. New York Times

Groupon shares sink as deals fall through. Business Insider

Venice ‘high water’ floods 70% of the city. Guardian

UK Parliament to investigate why Starbucks pays such litte tax in Britain. Guardian

How music at the office affects your work life. Bloomberg Business Week

How Zara grew in the the world’s largest fashion retailer. New York Times

Why Samsung is the brand that is able to outsell the iPhone. Bloomberg Business Week


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Arts & Culture Yesterday

Small Urban Pavilions Create A Nature Refuge In East London

These relaxing micro shelters provide a haven amidst chaotic city environments

Travel Yesterday

Travel Laundry Pouch Washes Your Clothes Wherever You Are

The Scrubba Wash Bag helps anyone wash their clothes easily and quickly with just a little water and soap


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Social Media Yesterday

Swipe Up To Register To Vote On Snapchat

The social platform has partnered with TurboVote to help young people easily enroll in less than one minute

Children Yesterday

Battle Card Game Promotes Childhood Vaccinations

An Australian doctor has developed a playful way to inform parents about immunization and entertain kids

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Fitness / Sport Yesterday

Oakley And Intel’s Sunglasses Give You A Built-In Personal Trainer Wherever You Go

The sunglasses/earbuds hybrid tracks your performance and lets you know how well your workouts are going

Experiential Marketing Yesterday

UNICEF’s ‘Time Machine’ Tells Stories With Data

An experiential installation at the UN General Assembly reminds us why every child matters

Design & Architecture Yesterday

Watch The World’s Tallest Building Become An LED Display

Burj Khalifa gives a backstage look at how the transformation came to be


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Productivity Expert: The Magic Of The Five-Hour Workday

Stephan Aarstol, Founder of Tower Paddle Boards, explains why the modern notion of office hours needs to evolve

PSFK Labs Yesterday

Modern Workplace Culture: No More Fat Cats Or Kissing Ass

Samar Birwadker, CEO & Co-Founder of Good & Co, on designing shared organizational values to optimize employee happiness and success

Travel Yesterday

Boeing Wants To Make Your Flight Better With Cloud And Star Projections

The manufacturer is trying to patent a projection system that would allow them to project images onto a plane's interior surfaces

Latin America Yesterday

Colombians Teach Dance To Fund Students’ Education

Chocó to Dance is a platform that shows you how to replicate popular Latin dances to help create scholarships for local students

Work Yesterday

Editorial Roundtable: What A People-First Workplace Must Prioritize First

Managed By Q, Soma, Workbar, Primary, AltSchool and thinkPARALLAX on why employee fulfillment is a journey and not a destination

Culture Yesterday

Brand Engagement At The Gates Of The World’s Largest Open-Air Gallery

Tiger Beer and a neighborhood-minded nonprofit celebrate and promote New York's creative spirit by beautifying 100 security gates


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Technology Yesterday

How Technology Can Save The World By Saving Time

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Travel Yesterday

Marriott’s Gravity Room Installation Gives Travelers A New Perspective

The luxury hotel chain's #MGravityRoom invites visitors to snap and share pictures of its inverted set up

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