The protest and press conference was a response to Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, The demands of Salesforce employees follow similar actions by workers at IBM, Google, Microsoft and Amazon, who are demanding their company cancel contracts with the federal government in response to Trump administration policies.
A despicable “Congratulations!” malware ad has been wreaking internet havoc for the last several months, and websites are confused as hell about what is happening. The ad has appeared on visits to the New York Times and Washington Post, The Verge, Vice and virtually every reputable website. A just-released report
Guest Post by Xennial-in-Chief Breathe. This is for your own good. James Damore said, “I do not support the alt-right.” He said this in response to the revelation that alt-right groups supported him after his firing from Google for writing and posting a 10-page memo on the company’s discussion board. In
The Women’s Audio Mission (WAM) in the Bay Area is all about advancing women in music production and creative technology. In fact, they’ve gotten over 400 women placed in paid positions with companies like Google, Pixar, SFJazz, & NPR. How? WAM provides free after-school training and mentoring to thousands of
You may have heard about the Google Anti-Diversity Memo.* *Side note, looking up my reference articles for this article on Google may have been one of the most meta things I have ever done. If not, the basic story is that an engineer at Google wrote a long memo at
When I attend festivals I make a long list of things I must not forget in order to maximize the amount of responsible fun I can have. My list generally includes sunblock, empty water bottle, and a Hawaiian shirt. However, nothing could prepare me for ID10T Fest. The number of nerdy
This is a tutorial “article” that will show writers how to do all their own SEO for each of their own articles. Search Engine Optimization? Sounds scary! Well, it is, scary awesome how easy it is for everyone to be diligent about putting forth the effort so that all articles are
Google data scientist and New York Times op-ed contributor Seth Stephens-Davidowitz explains the differences between what we tell people about our sex lives and what our Google searches reveal. Find out what big-data sources say about our bodies, how much sex we’re (really) having, and our deepest fears about how