Women in Tech
January 17th, 2018
Women in Tech
Mark Zuckerberg Named “Misinformer of the Year”
Facebook Admits That Social Media Might Be Bad For Us
“With people spending more time on social media, many rightly wonder whether that time is good for us. Do people connect in meaningful ways online? Or are they simply...
YouTube's Most Unfortunate Trends
Like many people my age, I’ve been a pretty consistent user of YouTube since its inception. Which probably explains my complete lack of attention span due to...
A Sober Look at Brain Hacking and Tech Addiction
“The tycoons of social media have to stop pretending that they’re friendly nerd-gods building a better world and admit they’re just tobacco farmers in t-shirts,...
Why Twitter Shouldn't Double Its Character Limit
In Twitter’s short history, it has stood out for one major aspect that sets it apart from other social media sites: its 140-character limit. This has allowed Twitter...
Lookhu CEO Byron Booker on the Importance of Exclusive Content
The entertainment industry is constantly evolving. In the past twenty years alone, we’ve gone from hundreds of cable TV channels to having thousands of hours of...
Marc Morgan On The Art Of Stop Motion Animation
Stop motion animation is a fascinating art form. Used in both classic films such as 1925’s The Lost World and more modern projects such as 2012’s Kubo and the Two...
Facebook Fortune Telling with Computer Scientist Jen Golbeck
In a popular TED Talk, Jen Golbeck reveals the so-called “curly fry conundrum.” She points to a study in which Facebook likes were tallied and analyzed in order to...
GIFS Celebrate Their 30th Birthday
Live Streaming is a Huge Optimistic Mess…For Now
3…2…1…, We’re live! Chances are you’ve noticed the buzz around live streaming on social media and feel a bit overwhelmed. Well, you’re not alone. Live...
Vladimir Kush and the Binary of Art and Technology
The relationship between art and technology has always been an intimate one. The more tools in your kit, the more artistic options you have. As Vladimir Kush says,...
What Trump's Tweets Cost Us (you may be surprised)
Trump’s prolific tweeting sets him apart in our presidential pantheon. As Twitter posts losses year after year, Trump seems hellbent on keeping it in business all by...
Why I Still Use a Flip Phone
Part of I&T Today's "Lighter Side" Series To mark my 30th trip around the sun, I resolved to once and for all quit tobacco. Also: hunt down my credit score, own...
Best Pop Culture Podcasts
Podcasting is undoubtedly one of the main forms modern artistic media takes, presenting an accessible way to listen to high-quality programs that tackle complex issues...
Apps That Don't Need To Exist
There’s an insane number of apps available on your mobile device. From apps that keep you up on the news to apps that get you to stop using your phone, these pieces of...
Biggest Changes In 10 Years Of The iPhone
The iPhone has officially celebrated its tenth birthday! Can you believe that just ten years ago we were using flip phones with 1 megapixel cameras like cave men?...
What To Share For #MyCES50
CES 2017 is in full swing, and we’ve already seen some amazing new technology and influential speakers. However, while we’re admiring the future of technology,...
Are We Spoiled By Free Apps?
We’ve all been through it before. You find the perfect app for whatever you need, you get ready to install it, and… immediately turn back when you find out it costs...
Best New Emojis in Unicode’s Inclusive Update
In the most important emoji news since the addition of the taco ? and upside down smiley face ? a few months ago, the Unicode Emoji Subcommittee has just added 11...
Talking Mobile Social Media with Chris Voss
When Chris Voss speaks about social media, mobile technology and its relationship to both the corporate and consumer worlds, many people take note. Chris Voss is ranked...
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