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.
Apps to predict when Flo visits, the painters paint the house red, when it suddenly turns to chocolate season, etc. LET’S TALK ABOUT PERIODS, Y’ALL!
GamerGate is about shitting all over women; let’s feel nauseous about it together.
The newest proposal for emoji updates just came out. Are we finally going to get racially diverse emoji options? Or a darn taco, please and thanks?
If you look out your window and feel a shared sense of nerdy curiosity about the world around us, these apps are for you, friend.
Did you follow your email resolutions from last October? Aww, that’s okay. Me neither.
If you liked this app, then you’ll like that app. Think of it as a 100th birthday present from me to you.
Some fitness apps suck a potato. Here’s one that doesn’t.
Some of them I’ve mentioned before, some of them I haven’t — but this installment of Queer Your Tech is about the way they work as a set. In glorious concert. These apps piggyback off each other to make mountains of work easier.
Spurred by a problematic “real name” policy queers flock to fledgling social media platform Ello. But is it really the online utopia we’ve been waiting for?
“Before I was ready or able to kiss a girl in real life or to reinvent myself as the wild party girl or fierce leader or boho artist — all identities that eventually became a part of my real identity — I could play them out on my computer screen.”
Damn the man, save the internet!