Money doesn’t grow on trees, amirite? Neither do computers. Here’s how to make an aged POS feel like a present you just got yesterday.
“After flying 2,678 miles and over the Pacific Ocean, I realized that I was gonna have to rebuild my collection. But this time, it would be digital (and therefore move-proof).”
So if right now you’re flying by the seat of your pants a little, here are a few recommendations to keep you a bit saner while you plunge into the chaotic mystery that is life.
What’s a sans-TV-queer to do? All of these things.
This week Google announced that they were going to make glass look less Cyborg-esque and less squinty by launching four titanium frames that can accommodate both the Glass hardware and your prescription!
Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency based on the doge meme. And up until this story broke, I thought it was a joke.
This is the first ever summit for queer women in tech. It’s from February 27th-March 2nd in San Francisco. And! There’s a discount code for Autostraddle readers.
IFTTT stands for If This Then That. And it’s a service that lets you use the internet to automate just about everything.
Here’s a list of things we might have decided to do with our 2014 and some apps to help us get there.
I love geography for a lot of reasons, and one of them is because sometimes you get to play with maps on your technology.
“This would be a great time to merge an app review with how adorable everyone is with their perfect humans because everyone who works here is a total critter.”
If you’ve got an existing smartphone or computer, here are a few apps that’ll make life a bit easier for the next few weeks.
Here are a few ideas for the gadgety girrrls and bois among us (you know the ones? Those that already have all the gizmos and a bunch of accessories for them).
That’s because this weather app, Weather Whiskers, is weather told in LOL Cats.
And other similar two/multi-player type situations, because being on different continents shouldn’t get in the way of Boggle. (Bonus! Featuring the worst drawing of Brooklyn ever, courtesy of yours truly.)
“The Nintendo showed up Christmas morning. All my friends had a Super Nintendo, but my parents held out for so long (bless them) that my brother and I skipped right to the Nintendo 64.”
But for all of my many apps, there is one category that was tragically absent. And that category was gay-themed games. That is, until now.
IT HAS HAPPENED. TODAY, RIGHT NOW, I AM WRITING THE 52ND INSTALLMENT OF QUEER YOUR TECH.
When Rachel and Kaitlyn started talking to me about their email systems, I had to face a tough fact about myself as a technology writer. I am notoriously terrible with mail. Here are some systems we all find helpful.
Enjoy three and a half hours of scientists and professional comedians alike being nerd funny.