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Chipotle tried to appeal to the most ardent anti-GMO activists. Now it's paying the price.
If you're a Silicon Valley founder without a new idea, you can always just steal and existing one and paper over it with buzzwords, as David Gelernter demonstrates...
Online advertisers are starting to cross into downright stalkerish behavior...
Pepsi's presence on ScienceBlogs caused an extreme overreaction and revealed a major lack of foresight, but that doesn't mean it was a good idea in the first place.
Pepsi's venture into ScienceBlogs has been a rare slow-motion train wreck, from the internecine blog wars to waves of bloggers heading for the exits.
Somehow, instead of becoming a de facto standard, environmentally-friendly products have become an expensive, must-have accessory.
The world's premiere space agency would like to know if "ur down 2 learn more bout the space-nizzle."
Computers might be able to record your every aspect of your life, but do you really want them to?
Guinness embraces a fun riff on evolution in its latest ad and the results are very entertaining.
How to turn your weekend knitting project into a luxury product for the less than discerning customer with a little anti-scientific woo.