Why Senate Joint Resolution 34 matters and what you can do about it.
In which Autostraddle tech duo Cee and Chloe revisit Lesbians Who Tech and have loads of thoughts about how it’s grown and where it might grow next.
Games with pretty graphics and awesome sound design that go nicely with tea and relaxation.
The name of the game is clean and distraction-free. Apps that are especially good for working in these distracting times.
Are we finally moving past the storytelling phase and into doing real things to combat sexism in the technology industry, or is this Uber fiasco more of the same?
It can be tough to find a bank that’s not funding the Dakota Access Pipeline and that also still has the technology infrastructure you need. Here are a few places to start!
Not all of us have 12 hours to redial and redial and redial every single phone number for every single district office for every single one of our representatives, so here’s some advice that might help you get your message through to your representatives.
And all the profits from this game are going to CUNY-CLEAR right now, too.
Four more apps for resisting Donald Trump. Calls, kittens and boycotts.
Got information that’s significant to the public? Here’s why you should leak to a journalist and not a faceless mob.
Now is the time to opt out of services that publish your full address on the internet.
To be clear, photography on the House floor is already disallowed. They’ve just added a fine for it. So it’s not really unprecedented, nor is it unconstitutional, to enforce a rule that already exists. But I still think it’s wrong. Here’s why.
A reader writes: “I want frank, in-depth discussion — I’m still not really ready for jokes. Any thoughts?”
On the term and concept of “IRL” and why it’s totally incorrect and we should stop using it.
Trump’s tech summit is cause for alarm in a dozen ways. Tom Wheeler steps down to give the GOP control over the FCC. And California’s governor is ready to fight the Republican party to save the earth.
I’m having trouble staying positive about technology, so here are five things that are keeping it positive and productive in this, the year of our trashfire 2016.
Now I recognize that the following things I’m going to suggest that you do are, in fact, a pain in the ass. That’s why I recommend getting a group of friends together at a dining room table and doing this all together. Don’t share your passwords or passphrases, but do share snacks and beverages and a sense of accomplishment.
While I do agree that our social media platforms and our technology sector need to combat the problem with every algorithm it can muster, I also believe that we as individuals can work faster (and more morally) than companies.
It’s scary when evil wizards rise to power, especially if your texting isn’t encrypted.
How to use the technology of recurring monthly payments to build a subscription service to all the rights they’re gonna try to take from us.