Here are some tweaks so all of y’all queer nerds out there can customize your desktops. They’re not that difficult, but they make you look like a genius!
Tumblr released the capacity to make gifs this week. Where else can we get our gif-mkaing creativity on? These apps have got us covered.
Gifts for the nerds who put the Art in STE(A)M.
In which we talk about the ways a Chromebook, without any special fiddling, can be come a super-powered workhorse computer.
Caroline Sinders chats with us about what it’s like when SXSW cancels a panel about harassment because of harassment.
I did a quick interview with the founder of FlirtyQWERTY, a free and feminist emoji app, about desegregating tech, bringing people together, and flipping people off.
We ask Gay Nerd Cee Webster how to alter search or YouTube history if you’re logged onto your work account…and if that really matters at all.
All the ways the Lesbians Who Tech Summit in New York was history-making. And it was—it is every time.
From task management to mind mapping to white noise, these are the apps you need to help you take over the world! Or, you know, just meet your deadlines and get your homework done.
The Lesbians Who Tech Summit in New York City is coming up October 1-4, and is packed with events like TED-style talks and what is literally called “networking that doesn’t suck.” Comment on this post for a chance to win a free Summit pass!
Let me take you on the journey with me to get the lightest, cheapest computer for work and school ever. First stop, Chromebook.
As a Software Engineer who relocated from the bay area to Zürich, Switzerland, I was super excited to see Lesbians Who Tech coming to Europe and immediately grabbed a ticket.
All about the Companion app, which allows people walking home alone to request a digital buddy (or Companion!) to track their location. Get in here and tell me what you think!
Slam City Oracles is a local two-player computer game that let’s you come in like a wrecking ball. It’ll be out on September 1st—here’s a sneak peak and a review.
UX Designer and User Researcher Caroline Sinders talks SXSW, women in games and harassment in online spaces. Oh yeah, and Gamergate.
Let’s talk about Alphabet, Chelsea Manning, Tesla and Apple’s diversity numbers.
What if anyone who wanted to could buy a small computer at a very low cost and program it to solve their problems?
While there are many important topics that are hard hitting and deserve some serious talk, we also deserve happy, fun things too. So from an assortment of categories that have randomly occurred to me, here are my Summer Tech Favorites. What are yours?
“You had me convinced that there were redeemable parts of you, that your leadership was making you less of a cesspool, that, like literally any other group of people, you contained both decent humans and horrid man-babies who throw tantrums when anyone tries to tell them how to behave like a person. I may have been wrong.”