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Analysis How Publications Like Vanity Fair Are Using Paywalls To Provide Exclusive Access

Media publications encourage subscription purchasing  by offering in-depth and inciting content behind a paywall

Design PSFK Launches The Home Debrief

PSFK’s Home Debrief, developed in partnership with The Atlantic, examines how a new generation of connected technologies are changing the ways in which residents interact with their homes

Advertising 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

NY Times gets hacked, Andreessen predicts the end of retail and a World of Warcraft movie in the works...links to start your day with.

Home Dad Busts Daughter’s House Party With Energy-Monitoring App [Headlines]

Being able to see that the lights and air-conditioning were on in the house when no one was supposedly home ruined the secret.

Advertising The Atlantic's Online Ad Revenue Exceeds Print [Headlines]

In October, 51% of the magazine's advertising was digital, which interestingly was not due to a decline in print revenue.

Innovation What Is The Relationship Between Creativity, Happiness And Equality?

A resourceful analysis indicates that a nation's global creativity index can not only lead to higher economic development, happiness and competitiveness levels - but also to the socio-economic equality of its citizens.

The 30 Most Valuable Internet Startups In New York [Headlines]

Tumblr, ZocDoc, and Gilt Groupe top this list compiled by The Atlantic.

The 20 Brands With The Most Loyal Customers [Headlines]

Apple has two products at the top of the list, but Amazon takes the number one spot.

Gaming & Play Estimating The Damage To The U.S. Economy Caused By Angry Birds [Headlines]

Alex Madgrigal of The Atlantic calculated how much the mobile game has cost American companies in lost wages.

Americans Eat 42 Pounds Of Corn Syrup Annually [Headlines]

A recent study shows that the amount of sugar Americans consume far exceeds the American Heart Association's recommended amount.

Technology What Is The 'Tipping Point' When A Minority Wins Over A Majority?

A recent study suggests that the tipping point is surprisingly only 10% of people within various networks. Minorities do rule.

Work Uniting Work And Play To Promote Innovation

An article in The Atlantic examines America's creativity crisis and the ways 'play' could serve as potential antidote.

Design George Parker: Forecasting The Future. Art, Science, Or Bullshit?

George Parker is the perpetrator of adscam.typepad.com. Every week he shares his opinions on the advertising world with PSFK.

Retail 6 Lessons In Successful Retailing From QVC

While it may not seem obvious at first, there are a number of lessons to be learned from QVC's successful operation.

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