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Box Of Awesome Is Like A Free Birchbox For Kids Stuffed Full Of Games, Books, Music, And More

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Serial games entrepreneur and sometimes angel investor Dylan Collins has a new project, which he no doubt describes as “awesome”. Aiming to help solve the discovery problem faced by physical and digital products targeting the fickle market that is kids, the aptly named Box Of Awesome is like a free...
Box Of Awesome Is Like A Free Birchbox For Kids Stuffed Full Of Games, Books, Music, And More

What Rock, Paper, Scissors can teach you about startup strategy

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When two people in America need to make a boolean decision and a coin isn’t available, the go-to method of problem resolution is Rock, Paper, Scissors. Generally people feel this game is fair, meaning there’s an equal likelihood of each participant winning, losing, or tying. And of course if you’re...
What Rock, Paper, Scissors can teach you about startup strategy

The Engadget Podcast is live today at 1:45PM ET!

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Why are we going even earlier this week? Scheduling issues? The element of surprise? Broken clocks? Only Tim, Brian and Terrence know for sure -- and perhaps you will as well, if you tune in at 1:45PM ET. August 2, 2012 1:45 PM EDTContinue reading The Engadget Podcast is...
The Engadget Podcast is live today at 1:45PM ET!

Next Call of Duty will bring "meaningful innovation" says Activision

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The forthcoming Call of Duty title, likely to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, is set to mix things up promises Activision Publishing's Eric Hirshberg. Plus, Bobby Kotick on Bungie's forthcoming projectNo one listening to Activision's investor call on Thursday will have been surprised to hear that a new...
Next Call of Duty will bring "meaningful innovation" says Activision
How We Beat Hurricanes' Deadliest Element: Surprise

Looks like we’ll meet the iPad 3 in early March

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Would you be surprised if Apple released a new iPad the first week of March? We wouldn’t. AllThingsD is reporting that Apple will hold one of its signature press events to announce the iPad 2′s successor in the first week of March. According to ATD writer John Paczkowksi, “The event...
Looks like we’ll meet the iPad 3 in early March

Donald Trump: Twitter's greatest villain rails against the US election | Colin Horgan

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How best to react to Donald Trump's boorish ranting about President Obama's re-election?Why is it that even though there are no rules on Twitter, it still feels as though Donald J Trump is breaking them? His boorish ranting started almost immediately after Barack Obama was re-elected on Tuesday night and,...
Donald Trump: Twitter's greatest villain rails against the US election | Colin Horgan
'Year Walk' is a feverish vision quest through Swedish folklore

Chat Roulette: The Element of Surprise & Discovery

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Chat Roulette: The Element of Surprise & Discovery

Nintendo's Hideki Konno discusses the 3DS and the element of surprise

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As E3 was coming to a close, we sat down with one of the men responsible for Nintendo's 3DS, Hideki Konno. Konno's official title is manager / producer, but because he's involved at such a high level with both software and hardware development on the 3DS, our conversation covered...
Nintendo's Hideki Konno discusses the 3DS and the element of surprise
Yahoo launches a new, "more intuitive and personal" homepage
What Tim Cook Really Meant About Apple's 'Very Grand Vision' for TV, Wearable Tech & Much More

Fwd: The element of surprise (or deception) is prevalent in many forms of entertainment. E.g. surprise parties, coming into your office with everything shrink wrapped, people jumping out of cakes, the Sixth Sense. (via http://ff.im/j7G32)

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Fwd: The element of surprise (or deception) is prevalent in many forms of entertainment. E.g. surprise parties, coming into your office with everything shrink wrapped, people jumping out of cakes, the Sixth Sense. (via http://ff.im/j7G32)

How to make reading more like Angry Birds

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Book publishers should make reading books as addictive and habit-forming as playing Angry Birds, said Charles Duhigg, author of “The Power of Habit” (also known as “that book about how Target knew a teenager was pregnant before her dad did”), at the Book Industry Study Group’s “Making Information Pay” conference...
How to make reading more like Angry Birds
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