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This week Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testified before the Senate about the damning contents of a trove of documents she leaked from her former employer. Maybe these documents' evidence that Facebook knew about the damaging effects Instagram has on teen girls has made you finally say, enough with this company! But extricating Facebook from your life is easier said than done. If you're even able to give up the social and professional life that happens on the company's apps and delete them all, you're still not free from the company's influence. Read more here to understand how Facebook can track you even if you opt out of using its services.
—Katharine Schwab
 
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Ready to quit Facebook? It’s harder to opt out than you think

Even if you do quit, the company will likely still be tracking you around the web.

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co.design
How to humanize a $22 billion neighborhood built from scratch

The heart of this massive Boston project is a rock-strewn park by James Corner Field Operations, the architects behind New York City’s High Line.

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Can food tech invent a ‘better’ bagel?

A new spin on the classic bagel removes the refined carbohydrates.

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Open offices failed. These are 6 essentials to make sure the next office doesn’t

There’s a reason so few people want to return to offices full-time. They failed workers. Enter the ‘third workplace.’

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news
Dave Chappelle should be embarrassed by his boring, transphobic new Netflix special

‘The Closer’ ends the comic’s Netflix run with an interminable special of offensive jokes about how offended he is by people being too easily offended.

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co.design
Louis Vuitton bags, Nike shoes, stool samples: Inside the bizarre economy of unclaimed Amazon packages

A small percentage of packages get lost in transit. This is where they end up.

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impact
Efficiency improvements and renewables reduce emissions—but also trick people into using more energy

Making investments toward reducing emissions has economy-wide benefits, but in the residential sector can lead to a “rebound effect,” where people use more energy than they did before when they know it’s cleaner and cheaper.

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remote work
The original digital nomad turned his bike into a mobile office in 1984

Steve Roberts started filing news stories around the country from the back of his tricked-out bicycle, before the internet even existed.

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work life
How to self-promote at work without coming off as full of yourself

If you’re attempting to switch departments or get a promotion, this is how to show off—in a good way.

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tech
Google Maps can now show you the most fuel-efficient route

It’s one of a series of features the company rolled out to make sustainable choices more apparent to users.

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job hunting
How to create a video cover story on LinkedIn to help land your next job

LinkedIn’s product manager for Profile notes that if you’re on the hunt for a new job, video can be a powerful way to introduce yourself to hiring managers.

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news
Who benefited from the Facebook outage?
Monday’s Facebook outage crippled all of the company’s platforms—WhatsApp and Instagram included—and sent the company into its biggest ever technological crisis. 
Yet while Facebook’s downtime was horrible for the company, it was something of a gift to its competitors, many of which saw engagement on their platforms soar. Some even saw new user signups go through the roof.
Telegram, the messaging app competitor to WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, gained over 70 million new users on Monday, according to founder Pavel Durov. Snapchat was another big winner, according to Sensor Tower. Its usage grew 23% week-over-week.
Interestingly, while Facebook arch-rival TikTok saw a small bump while Facebook was down, it was only a modest growth of 2% week-over-week.
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