If you have trouble reading this email, please visit our site.PSFK.COMBRANDINGCULTUREDESIGNENVIRONMENTMEDIAWEB/TECHNOVEMBER 16, 2010 The Myth of Stolen IdeasYou have an idea. Should you discuss it out loud, or keep it to yourself so that no one steals it? What Does A Chief Innovation Officer Do?A new role is emerging that's designed to manage innovation strategies across various corporate platforms. frog design: Shaping The Future of PlayPlay is our greatest natural resource, so how do we make sure that our kids are playing in the right way? A Fusion Of Traditional Handicrafts And LED Lighting (Pics)Studio 1thousand's Kenzan Tsutakawa-Chinn presented some of his light-based creations at the Art Xchange in Seattle. Reinvention Summit Explores The Power Of NarrativeThe world's first virtual storytelling conference explores how narratives help to build communities and strengthen brands. Publicness And The Gutenberg ParenthesisJeff Jarvis took the stage at the PICNIC'10 conference in Amsterdam last month to brush aside worries about privacy in the Internet era. Special Key Turns Normal Sports Car Into A Race CarMustang creates a control device that will adjust the settings of its Boss 302 model to transform it into a higher-performance vehicle. Nielsen Study Shows Online Viewers Still Like Regular TVNew research reveals that Internet TV viewers are just as, or more likely to watch regularly scheduled programming. Devices That Monitor Students, Google's New Restaurant Site & The Mobile NetA selection of technology news headlines from around the web. Improve Lessons, Digital Humanities & French Gastronomy (Lifestyle Headlines)A selection of lifestyle and culture news headlines from around the web. Customer Loyalty Trends, Pop-Up Cafes & A Return To Travel Agents (Business Headlines)A selection of business, marketing and advertising news headlines from around the web. Ford Exec Sends PSFK Writer Personal Video InviteThrough YouTube, Ford's Group Vice President of Marketing asks Dave Pinter to test drive a Ford Focus. Systems That Construct IdentityHeath Bunting charts a map of British normality as seen by machines via his ongoing Status Project Prosthetic Fin Could Help Amputees Swim AgainSwedish design student Richard Stark has come up with an elegant, water-friendly prosthetic prototype. Usage Is Like Oxygen For IdeasMatt Mullenweg on why companies need to keep releasing newer 'not so perfect' versions of their products. Rethinking The Bathroom (Pics)Students from ECAL reinterpret a designer collection featuring uncommon washroom accessories. Monocolumn: A Clean Start For Paraguay's WomenWhen Fernando Lugo took presidential power in Paraguay two years ago, ending 60 years of rule by the right-wing Colorados party, he promised to help the underprivileged and deprived. The Top 3 Facebook Message Subject LinesThe social network provides some insight into how we communicate with friends. Bacteria To Help Heal Cracks In ConcreteDutch research into self-healing concrete turns to the microbial world for assistance Nanoparticles Could Turn Trees Into StreetlightsA Taiwanese researcher's innovative use of nanotechnology allows trees to glow. Finalists Revealed For The New NYC TaxiThe New York City officials are a step closer to determining which taxi you'll be hailing in the future. Tiger-Stone Prints Brick Roads Wherever It GoesAn amazing machine rolls out organized surfaces with very less human intervention. BCKCHNL Allows For Simple Twitter Search And ReviewA new app provides a constantly refreshed stream of tweets as a backchannel for other live content. Dutch Festival Uses RFID To Enable Artwork Tag CloudsSTRP festival combines RFID and social web features to blur the boundaries between gallery experience and online existence. Trailblazers Convert Web Surfing Nostalgia Into A Competitive EventThe game offers respite from Google-led browsing by returning to the old country of world wide web surfing. OK Go To Create Massive Geo-Art In Los AngelesThe production-savvy band partners with Range Rover Evoque to celebrate the LA they know and love. MIT's Stackable CityCarSmaller and more efficient than the Smart Car, MIT's new CityCar goes on display at New York's Cooper-Hewitt Museum. PSFK SALON at Soho House NY: HappinessDr. Jay Parkinson, Sarah Forbes, Steven Dean and Graham Hill explore different innovative ideas around happiness. Emotional Barometer Tracks Passion In SwedenA new project visualizes the responses to a 20-questions-style game in which participants are asked to think about one thing that they are most passionate about. Facebook Announces Revamped "Messages": NOT EmailThe social hub launches their new communications platform that combines email, chat, and SMS. 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