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Travel march 24, 2015

Play Ms. Pac-Man at Airport for a Good Cause

Classic arcade games were installed by Swedavia and the Red Cross to encourage travelers to donate left-over coins

Technology may 14, 2014

Top Five Health Innovations Of The Week

An app that fights childhood obesity and a device that uses the sun to purify water. Innovative stories from the world of wellness.

Design & Architecture october 9, 2013

10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Password hackers explore new boundaries and the BBC launches Playlister while Brits waste 5.5 days per year to slow computers.

Luxury september 20, 2013

10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Jawbone API opened up, Facebook Likes protected under First Amendment and cat unlocks iPhone 5S.

Technology february 8, 2013

5 Helpful Tools To Stay Above Nor'easter Nemo

Find and follow Nemo and stay out of harm's way with these apps and services.

Advertising december 21, 2012

Red Cross Tells The Stories Of Those They Helped In 2012 [Video]

To bolster trust in their volunteer efforts, charity organization broadcasts the voices of the people they aided.

Work november 4, 2012

5 Brands Helping In Post-Sandy Recovery

A roundup of charitable efforts by popular companies in and around New York after the hurricane.

Retail november 1, 2012

7 Stories You Need To Know Today

What are the 10 simplest brands? Walmart will now sell Boxee and Gmail introduces their 'compose' feature.... Links to start your day with.

Work june 14, 2012

Politicians Accepting Campaign Donations Via Text Message [Headlines]

This year's candidates take a cue from non-profit organizations such as the Red Cross, which recently raised $5 million for relief work in Haiti from mobile funding, by enabling voters an alternative to traditional phone-based contributions.

Innovation may 20, 2011

The Red Cross Miles [Video]

This campaign suggests a way to increase donations of bonus air miles for the American Red Cross.

august 25, 2010

The Uses And Perils Of Facial Recognition

Software that can recognize people in photos on the Internet has received mixed reviews from experts and organizations.

Design & Architecture may 10, 2010

(Video) John Dimatos: PSFK Conference New York 2010

John Dimatos, a Resident Researcher at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and teacher of ‘Designing for UNICEF,’ speaks on how design and human understanding impact social organization.

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