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.
Unlike books, podcasts block out other-people noise.
One woman’s account of her sexual harassment in a virtual reality environment begs the question of whether women and other marginalized groups have to just accept violence wherever they go; these developers think they’ve figured out one possible solution.
There are tons of great training apps out there for everything from yoga to running, but when Ali asked me what gadgets I’m into lately, I couldn’t help but gush about a virtual bike trainer I’d come across recently.
Here’s a little technology that’s useful for planning a big queer wedding!
If Sue Perkins can’t sell you on VR, well then I can’t help you.
Politics, Black Lives Matter, Flawed Data, Weed—all were discussed at Lesbians Who Tech, proving that there’s no other technology conference like it.
It felt like every major tech company or platform had some kind of announcement or product release this week. It was so much, y’all.
No one who had ever seen MMOs in their infancy would have supposed them to be taken over by Janeites.
Apple’s iPhone 7 is ditching the headphone jack. Here are some wireless headphones to pair with your sleek new technology.
Travel technology to plan, book and execute your trip without a hitch. Now the question is: where are you off to?
These apps will make managing money less scary and stressful. Plus a bonus budgeting podcast by Gaby Dunn!
Ever wondered what technology it takes to start a YouTube channel? Kaylah Cupcake, a popular wellness YouTuber, has some answers.
Refresh your feed with these science and technology inspired Instagram accounts and make your brain grow three sizes!
From apps to industry to games: Technology isn’t always friendly, even to technology writers.
Polymail is officially the best mail app I’ve ever used. I’ll soon be deleting the others I’ve been using. It deals with aliases, it hasn’t quit by itself yet. Ugh, I’m so in love with it.