I started a very popular Reddit Ask Me Anything thread about my time working at Walt Disney World as a princess. A lot of people hit on me.
No, they're not jellyfish.
Racism is a white problem.
I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my daily reading. These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques. You will note that some of the formatting has changed, and that is […]
Once in a while I like to recommend resources and posts from around the web. I believe this helps to expand the community around the site (as the bloggers I mention usually become readers themselves), and it also enriches the content, as you get to read stuff from other people and from different perspectives. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin would be proud, because when you call Winter, he comes.
Freelancers and self-employed business owners can choose from a huge number of conferences to attend in any given year. There are hundreds of industry podcasts, a constant stream of published books, and a never-ending supply of sites all giving advice. Show More Summary
No, it's not a sequel to 'High School Musical 3.'
For PC gamers, there are two points with which they interact with their games – the mouse and the keyboard. Because of this, hardcore PC gamers tend to be pretty picky with the hardware they use. Mad Catz is hoping to have the gaming keyboard for gamers, no matter their preferences, with the $300 S.T.R.I.K.E. Show More Summary
How the Occupy London movement uses technology as part of its protest, and how the group is influenced by networking. Plus Google's new US music service analysed and we bring you the group that wants to rid the world of Flash Continue reading...
Time for an iHistory lesson.
They're really just big softies.
Steve Jobs hinted at a product with 'the simplest user interface you could imagine' here's one way it could be done Search for the word ''cracked'' in Walt Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs (or flip to p555 if you have the bricks-and-mortar version). Show More Summary
This week's Tech City talk is about intellectual property and copyright in a digital age. How do we balance between the competing needs of the creative industry: to protect themselves, but stay open enough to ensure continued innovation? Continue reading...
Every Friday for the next four weeks, we will publish a list of links related to the topic of Tech Weekly's next Tech City Talk. This week: skills. Here's your weekend reading on Who Will Build the Future Digital Economy?: the debate...Show More Summary
The Guardian's Tech Weekly is hosting another in the series of Tech City Talks, tackling the biggest issues in the UK's future digital economy. Here we discuss access, e-citizenship and broadband. Tech Weekly has postponed this talk from it's originally scheduled date of October 17th though we hope to return to this subject in the future. Show More Summary
Join Tech Weekly for a series of live debates at Imperial College about skills, access, enterprise and intellectual property - one year after the Government's Tech City initiative was announced. The Guardian's Tech Weekly is going live,...Show More Summary
Tech fanboys can agree on one thing.