The most resistance-related tech conference I could envision, honestly.
This isn’t just gonna be another post about, like, Apple Watches. I know y’all already know about those.
“For all the harm popularly associated with online anonymity, anonymity can often be the only shield allowing LGBTQ folk to safely exist online.”
It’s been a pleasure writing your technology column for the past half a decade. Keep it nerdy, queermos.
Six pieces of technology that might be useful as you parade, protest and party.
Are you an independent creator of some kind? Do you love independent creators of various stripes? Well here’s how we can fund the creators that make the internet our happy place.
The world can only be described with that upside down smiley face emoji; here are some apps that make like the 20th century Dadaist movement had smartphones.
While we’ve known for years that AI likes a good cat video, the examples of AI entities showing us their artistic side have reached a critical mass.
LEARN FROM MY MISTAKES.
These games were low or no-cost investments for me that have yielded hours of forgetting exactly how bad things are right now.
Three more apps made for the Resistance as we continue to rail against the corrupt white nationalist regime that has taken hold in the U.S.
You may have heard about the big Google-Docs impersonating phishing scam this week, and there are a lot more out there. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Because you can never have a stable of too many awesome folks making video game videos without the heaping dose of toxic masculinity.
You never have to watch a cis white dude play video games again.
Between network shows, streaming-service originals, and your favorite sports, it’s tough to find a TV option that lets you watch everything you care about — especially if you don’t want to pay a huge cable bill or own a TV. Here are your options, broken down by cost, offerings and LGBT content!
You should backup your computer. Here are four cloud services that’ll help you do just that.
The short answer: VPNs won’t save us, but it’s better than nothing.
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.