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Children German Kindergarten Enables Kids To Vote On Their Food And Toy Choices

A new kindergarten allows preschoolers to vote on their day care routines

Advertising Monopoly Could Replace Its Iconic Pieces With Hashtags And Emojis

The board game is holding an online vote to update its figurines with more relevant cultural references

Campaign Visualizes 580 Reasons Why Everyone Should Vote

A series of posters uses design to push people into action on election day

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

Technology Google Wants To Help Voters In The Coming US Election

Google has launched a new search feature to provide crucial information on the voter registration process

Technology This Plan Hopes To Get Millennials To Vote

Make America Smart Again is a movement fighting voter apathy

Anonymously Discuss Politics With People In Your Local Area

'We The People' is an app that invites neighbors to voice their political views incognito

Design Facebook Fans Determine Design For Limited Edition Porsche [Pics]

Sports car company celebrate 5 million fans by letting them design their own car.

Luxury One Day...People Will Be Able To Vote With Their Money

Diana Verde Nieto of Positive Luxury looks forward to a day when consumers will be able to bring about positive change through their decisions.

Syndicated Intel IQ: How Social Media And Technology Influence Your Vote

Our perceptions of politicians have altered with each new wave of communications technology.

Advertising Passers-By Use Their Chewing Gum To Vote For The Next President [Video]

Obama or Romney? A street art project asks participants to show their support with sticky candy.

Work Grant McCracken: Brian Williams Thinks New Media Doesn't Count

The longtime anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News publicly dismissed the validity of New Media channels for public discourse and influence.

Technology Online Hub Gives And Gathers Crowdsourced Opinions

This smartphone and web app let you ask a question or give some advice to others on a range of topics.

Home Monocolumn: Is Obama's Message Of Change Now One Of Compromise?

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that as the United States reaches its debt limit, its Obama's slow-yielding attempts at turning around the recession that are being blamed.

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