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Living With a Teenage Data Hog, via @nytimes
Celebrating Black Culture With a Careful Eye, via @nytimes
Mongolia Adopts An Innovative System of 3-Word Locations
Rolls-Royce details its plan for remote-controlled cargo ships
Sweden creates world's first 'electric road'
YouTube Red Buys ‘Step Up,’ Its First Big-Budget TV Drama, via @nytimes
A Family-Friendly Policy That’s Friendliest to Male Professors, via @nytimes
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Divided cities: South Africa's apartheid legacy photographed by drone


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58% of people agree that if there were more women in power, there would be greater economic prosperity.
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It takes a village to solve a problem. That's why 85% of people agree with the statement, "Problems are better solved by local communities than the government."
Beyonce & Jay-Z. Sergey Brin & Larry Page. Ben & Jerry. Great things happen when people work together. What does it mean for today's world? The ability to play nice in the sandbox has never been more important than it is right now.
While women have come a long way, there is still a great distance to go. As of 2013, only 17% of the more than 5,000 corporate board seats for S&P 500 companies are occupied by women. What does this say about the world? There is a growing demand for women in power and a deficit of powerful women.