How many times do we have to tell these stories before they become real — before we all agree that this is a problem, and more than that, agree to do something about it?
Seriously, wtf am I missing here? Can you tell me why we need smart watches? Or at least, why we need them in their current state?
“Money is REALLY hard. And just…there has to be a better way, ya know? There has to be a better way to money than the way I (and probably a lot of us) are moneying right now.”
How to pick your domain name and where to buy it.
Why you should learn to code, how you can learn to code, and free resources where you can learn to code!
LWT brings a diverse array (nerds will get the pun) of queer women who technologically kick ass to the Castro and Silicon Valley for the second year in a row.
On February 26th, The FCC approved three-to-two the strongest protections of Net Neutrality that America has ever seen.
So is it worth it? That depends. For a freedom loving techy like me who cringes at the thought of handing over $100 to Comcast every month for bad customer service, absolutely.
Platform is the same thing as saying “website builder” or “tool to help us put some shit on the internet.” Some of the platforms I’m going to include on here are on the cusp between social media and website builder—the line is so much blurrier now, what with Tumblr.
Can one lesbian journalist and one straight, white cis man form the right kind of odd couple to keynote the queer women in technology conference’s second annual installment?
I was going to put in a video of the song “Do You Want to Build a Snowman.” But then I actually watched it and that song is a real bummer.
But whhyyyy, you ask from your perch on your couch with your tofutti in hand and Netflix on your screen. I’m glad you asked.
Collectively, you all and we all ask Cee a lot of questions. Here are the answers to a few questions that get asked over and over again that we thought you might appreciate. The more you know!
This week, The Internet Archive (same folks responsible for the Way Back Machine), released over 2,000 classic DOS games that we can all now play for free on the internet. Cue everyone’s productivity coming to a screeching halt.
Here are a few goals I’m guessing some of us might have and a few apps, websites and gadgets to help us get there.
Did you know I write Queer Your Tech two days in advance most weeks? That means I’m coming to you from Christmas Day. So even though it’s two days after Christmas, the holiday cheer is alive in my soul.
Don’t have a gift for the gamer in your life just yet? Luckily all these games are digitally delivered, YAY PLANNING!
While data is technically — partially — protected from search by the Fourth Amendment, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that our right to privacy is not always honored by law enforcement.
We wanted to memorialize Clip Art. We wanted to make you masterpieces with Clip Art.
Fun holigay gifts for the STEM queermo in your family/friend-group.