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New York
Tech Editor, FWD — BuzzFeed
As seen in:  BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, Adweek
Covers:  digital politics, future of journalism, online publishing, digital media

senior technology writer, @buzzfeednews. co-owner, Peggy. charlie.warzel@buzzfeed.com.

Pourquoi ce linguiste du Moyen âge en a marre des emojis

Pourquoi ce linguiste du Moyen âge en a marre des emojis
buzzfeed.com — Des soucis s'annoncent au sein du Conseil des sages de l'emoji, ou, tout du moins, des signes qui laissent craindre un schisme que certains de ses membres appellent (peut-être avec moins d'humour qu'on pourrait croire), l'"Emojigeddon". BuzzFeed News a obtenu des mails révélant une tension nouvelle dans l'Unicode Consortium.

Inside “Emojigeddon”: The Fight Over The Future Of The Unicode Consortium

Inside “Emojigeddon”: The Fight Over The Future Of The Unicode Consortium
buzzfeed.com — There's trouble afoot inside the Emoji Council of Elders, or, at the very least, signs of a low-simmering schism that's being referred to by some of its participants - perhaps with less humor than one might expect - as "Emojigeddon."

Apple Announces Faster Macbooks With Better Battery Life

Apple Announces Faster Macbooks With Better Battery Life
buzzfeed.com — When Best Buy pulled its Macbooks from its online retail stores this week, rumors quickly spread of an April product refresh. And today Apple is announcing an upgraded version of its compact laptop, which will include a faster processor and better battery life. Oh, and it'll also be available in rose gold.

Journalist Matthew Keys Sentenced To 24 Months For Tribune Media Hack

Journalist Matthew Keys Sentenced To 24 Months For Tribune Media Hack
buzzfeed.com — Matthew Keys, a journalist who was convicted last year of computer hacking was sentenced to 24 months in prison today in a federal courtroom in Sacramento, California. Keys was convicted in October 2015 of three counts of criminal hacking under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for providing login credentials to members of the hacking organization Anonymous, which were then used to alter a Los Angeles Times story on the paper's website.

In The Age Of Trump, Tech CEOs Cast Themselves As The New Statesmen

In The Age Of Trump, Tech CEOs Cast Themselves As The New Statesmen
buzzfeed.com — Mark Zuckerberg isn't running for president of the United States, but you could be forgiven for thinking otherwise. On Tuesday morning, the Facebook CEO kicked off the company's annual developers conference in San Francisco with a glancing shot at Donald Trump, followed by a reiteration of the company's oft-repeated pledge to bring the world together.

Former Uber Worker Claims Company Investigator Illegally Entered Her Home

Former Uber Worker Claims Company Investigator Illegally Entered Her Home
buzzfeed.com — A former Uber worker claims that an investigator acting on the company's behalf entered her apartment without permission and acted in an intimidating manner in an attempt to discover the source of a BuzzFeed News story. The former employee sent the company a cease and desist letter in response.

Today’s Apple Keynote Was Tomorrow’s Opening Argument

Today’s Apple Keynote Was Tomorrow’s Opening Argument
buzzfeed.com — A big Apple keynote has, essentially, just two components: a big product-oriented advertising spectacle that's meticulously planned and produced, plus a state of the union that addresses the company itself and how it wants to be seen. Typically, that state of the union is a victory lap of big, impressive sales numbers.

General Motors Takes Another Step Toward A Driverless Future

General Motors Takes Another Step Toward A Driverless Future
buzzfeed.com — General Motors wants you to know it's really serious about this autonomous cars thing. This morning, the company announced its acquisition of Cruise Automation, which makes a kit - essentially a network of sensors, actuators, and a computer - that can convert regular cars into autonomous vehicles.

Uber Apologizes For "Imperfect (And Fictitious)" Rebuttal Of A BuzzFeed News Claim

Uber Apologizes For "Imperfect (And Fictitious)" Rebuttal Of A BuzzFeed News Claim
buzzfeed.com — On Monday, Uber walked back a core explanation for the thousands of tickets in its customer support ticket system with the subject "rape." This change in position comes less than a day after a BuzzFeed News published screenshots from Uber's Zendesk-based customer support system showing thousands of tickets containing the words rape.

Internal Data Offers Glimpse At Uber Sex Assault Complaints

Internal Data Offers Glimpse At Uber Sex Assault Complaints
buzzfeed.com — According to data provided by Uber to BuzzFeed News, the company received five claims of rape and "fewer than" 170 claims of sexual assault directly related to an Uber ride as inbound tickets to its customer service database between December 2012 and August 2015.
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May 03, 2016

RT @IsaacFitzgerald: nothing says "I love you but I'm typing too fast" like "<#"

May 03, 2016

RT @annehelen: .@nitashatiku w/the killer indictment of Lean In, Ariana's Huffington's Sleep Book, & Corporate Feminism: httpbuzzfeed.com/nitashatiku/ar…

May 03, 2016

things that want to be free: -information -llamas

May 02, 2016

@dakami thank you! that's what i thought but honestly it's all a bit over my head

May 02, 2016

the guy who claims he invented bitcoin looks a lot like jim nantz pic.twitter.com/SzDb1FrFEa


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