15 Stories You Need To Know Today

15 Stories You Need To Know Today

Recycling behavior is affected by the perception of an object, amazon testing wireless services and why Vine videos are 6 seconds long.

Laura Chase
  • 27 august 2013

How recycling behavior is affected by the perception of an object. Quartz

Telsa to use the name “Tuosule” in the Chinese market. Treehuger

Toby Strauss speaks on the future of retirement. The Telegraph 

Know why Vine videos are 6 seconds long. BitRebels

Jetblue advocates for one class of better service throughout the plane. Quartz

Amazon web service problems took down Instagram, Vine and other websites. TechCrunch

Facebook gift shop will no longer sell physical goods. CNet

NYC pays $167, 731 on each prisoner per year. Animal New York

Fast Company explores the cultural wisdom of today’s college freshmen. Fast Company

Amazon is testing wireless internet services. Bloomberg

Google Glass video user guide released. Youtube

Uber to purchase 2, 500 wireless cars. TechCrunch

New biography claims there could be more J.D Salinger books due out. Bigstory

Kayak launches travel review services. The Next Web 

Bitcoin advocates speak at Treasury of Department summit. The Verge


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The Next Great Art Movement Will Come At The Swipe Of A Finger

An improved app, optimized digital display and monthly art discovery service round out Electric Objects' renewed commitment to democratizing the art world

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Bus Stop Transformed Into A Fitness Station For Commuters

Sports drink company Lucozade live-streamed an athletic trainer working out at a stop in Manchester to encourage travelers to get moving

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Samsung Is Using AR To Help Beachgoers Stay Safe

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500 Plastic Chairs Used To Create A Recyclable Pavilion

Design agency CODA built a grandoise art piece from simple lawn furniture

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The subscription-based shaving company lets customers trade their unwanted razors for Harry's brand steel at a temporary New York pop-up


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St. Eriks Brewery created crisps made from rare mushrooms to go with its artisan beer, donating all proceeds to charity

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Marketing Experts: Millennials And The Power Of Cool

'Good Is The New Cool' Authors Afdhel Aziz and Bobby Jones share their 7 principles for branding with a social impact

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Melbourne Hotel Lets Guests Stay In Their Own Chrome Airstream Trailers

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How Precision Data Can Make Anyone A Better Performer

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You Can Now Buy Furniture From A Daytime TV Show

Home furnishing online retailer Wayfair is partnering with Lifetime to create a shoppable life improvement television program

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Instagram Tool Prevents People From Harming Themselves

A new anonymous reporting option on the social media platform hopes to provide better emotional support for users

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