Tech

Your Uber Driver Could Be Packing Heat, and You Wouldn't Know It
The company lets drivers carry guns. Lyft doesn't.
April 22, 2015

The company lets drivers carry guns. Lyft doesn't.

The Bot Bubble
How click farms have inflated social media currency
April 20, 2015

Click farms are changing what it means to have social media influence.

Colleges Should Stop Worrying About Yik Yak and Start Respecting Their Students
March 09, 2015

The moral panic over the anonymous messaging app has gotten out of hand.

Stop Sleep-Shaming Us, Tim Cook
March 09, 2015

Go back to bed!

The Martha Stewart of Silicon Valley Thinks Women Are Tech Illiterate
March 05, 2015

A guide for recent Stanford grads or aliens who have never been to earth: instructions on boiling eggs and cutting onions, illustrated lists of what one needs to furnish a living room.

Yahoo's Decision to Spin Off Alibaba Was a Sign of an Identity Crisis
January 28, 2015

When Marisa Mayer became company CEO, she added a mediagenic gloss to this ongoing question of company identity, but the question remains: What is Yahoo?

When Blasphemy Goes Viral
The 'Charlie Hebdo' massacre marks the dawn of a digital age of irreverence and retaliation
January 15, 2015

The 'Charlie Hebdo' massacre marks the dawn of a digital age of irreverence and retaliation.

Undersharing on Facebook Has Become a Bigger Crime Than Oversharing
January 04, 2015

You might be more severely judged for what you don't say than what you do.

How 2014 Became the Year of Mindfulness
December 31, 2014

How a Buddhist concept moved into the mainstream.

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