Reddit starts to generate OC, Facebook targets you better, and all of their post-futuristic offices look like they were decorated in the 19th century

PSFK Editors select top news aggregated from around the web each day.

What do tech startups and Abraham Lincoln have in common? Log cabins; explore the oxymoron of high-tech office designs (Aeon)

First a podcast, now a video channel, Reddit is continuing its trend toward generating content instead of aggregating it (The Verge)

By acquiring Timeful, Google plans on making us all a little more productive (Forbes)

The Internet of Things and Big Data are about to bring manufacturing back to America, though maybe not all of the jobs (Fast Company)

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