Earlier this week in San Jose, CA., Apple released its latest and greatest designs, including The New Mac Pro, which is the fanciest, fastest, most powerful, cheese grater the world has ever seen. In announcing Apple’s new foray into kitchenware, Tim Cook came on stage wearing a chef’s hat and
The new ‘baby’ filter on Snapchat may seem like a quick passing social media trend, but it’s actually a clear sign of the apocalypse. You may think it’s all just a silly joke. Until you see what they did to your beloved cast of The Office… But they didn’t stop
It’s always awesome when technology and art get together to make wonderfully interesting babies. That’s exactly what SNAPSHOT is. While it’s billed as a “Four Day Festival of Interactive Art, Music, and Performance” that barely does it justice. Check out the description below: SNAPSHOT is a four day pop-up festival
Remember back in February when I sent out the incredibly ridiculous Valentine above? Well it got me thinking: I’d really love to continue sending out weird postcards to all my followers, fans, and frenemies. I mean, who doesn’t like getting something in the mail? In this increasingly digital world, isn’t
Are you new to the city? Maybe you’re an engineer who’s a bit socially awkward, or marketing intern fresh out of college? Maybe you’ve made enough Fortnite friends this year, and it’s just time you met some real-life people? Anyway, whatever it is, don’t worry. We have some foolproof ways
Step into a world of productivity with the San Francisco Co-Working Passport. There’s no better way to get your stuff done than to work from a great environment surrounded by other hustlers just like yourself. How does the San Francisco Co-Working Passport work? I’m glad you asked. You start by buying one
I remember getting my first smartphone in 2008. It was a Blackberry, and I was so excited that I’d be able to take care of emails on the go. I was researching my book, “Broke-Ass Stuart’s Guide to Living Cheaply in New York,” at the time and was on the go all day and night. The idea of being able to handle things without being in front of the computer seemed amazing.
2018 was a rough year for people who use the Internet, as distinguished from the bots that now account for a majority of online traffic, or the corporate behemoths that continue to monetize us. One bright spot, however, offers reasons for cautious optimism. Facebook, in particular, has screwed the user privacy pooch so many times that mounting global public outrage at Silicon Valley’s corporate carelessness is finally forcing policymakers to pay attention and consider potential interventions.