Special Correspondent, Vanity Fair. Former Columnist, The New York Times. Author, Hatching Twitter & upcoming book about The Silk Road.Special Correspondent, Vanity Fair. Former Columnist, The New York Times. Author, Hatching Twitter & upcoming book about

Adobe Offering New HTML5 Software Tools

bits.blogs.nytimes.com — Adobe, the software company, showcased a new HTML5 addition to its Creative Suite software on Wednesday at the Google I/O developer conference. The new addition, which is already available, comes in the form of a free upgrade to Dreamweaver, Adobe's Web authoring software.

Facebook Plays Offense and Defense in a Single Deal

Silicon Valley Created Trump, Can It Stop Him?

How Silicon Valley Created Donald Trump

vanityfair.com — The first time I heard someone ask the question, I thought they were being ironic. It was a couple of months ago, while sitting at the bar in the Southwest lounge at Oakland Airport.

The Upside to Technology? It’s Personal

nytimes.com — As a longtime tech columnist, I've seen the dark side of technology. I've written about the privacy minefields of Facebook and other social networks. I've looked at the hate and bullying that people inflict on Twitter. I've seen how the front-facing camera on our smartphones can turn us into narcissists.

Why does vinyl, other old tech keep hanging around?

seattletimes.com — While a new thing gets people excited, the old thing often doesn't go away. And if it does, it takes a very long time to meet its demise. Just look at film cameras, records and cars.

Why vinyl records and other older technologies die hard

kansas.com — For a glimpse of what teenagers are into these days, all you have to do is visit Abbot Kinney Boulevard in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles. On weekend nights, the half-mile shopping drag is packed with style-conscious kids who traipse past coffee shops, ice cream parlors and boutiques, often while taking selfies.

Why Vinyl records die hard

business-standard.com — For a glimpse of what teenagers are into these days, all you have to do is visit Abbot Kinney Boulevard in the Venice neighbourhood of Los Angeles. On weekend nights, the half-mile shopping drag is packed with style-conscious kids who traipse past coffee shops, ice cream parlours and boutiques, often while taking selfies.

Why Vinyl Records and Other ‘Old’ Technologies Die Hard

nytimes.com — For a glimpse of what teenagers are into these days, all you have to do is visit Abbot Kinney Boulevard in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles. On weekend nights, the half-mile shopping drag is packed with style-conscious kids who traipse past coffee shops, ice cream parlors and boutiques, often while taking selfies.

The Risks in Hoverboards and Other Lithium-Ion Gadgets

nytimes.com — There could be a bomb in your house, and you put it there. In recent years, we have brought home a slew of new battery-powered devices, including smartphones, laptops, tablets, electronic cigarettes, electric cars, drones, hand-held vacuums and toys.
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May 01, 2016

This wonderful piece by @annawiener reads like an over-exaggerated plot from HBO's Silicon Valley. Sadly, it's not. nplusonemag.com/issue-25/on-th…

Apr 29, 2016

I tear up everytime I watch this. Marine, back from oversees, sees his son with Cerebral Palsy walk for first time. youtube.com/watch?v=8hU6gR…

Apr 28, 2016

Jeff Bezos made $6 billion in 20 minutes this afternoon. Meanwhile, I'm still in shock that a fancy coffee in SF cost me $6.50 this morning.Jeff Bezos made $6 billion in 20 minutes this afternoon. Meanwhile, I'm still in shock that a fancy coffee in SF cost me $6.50 this morning.

Apr 28, 2016

Barring an alien invasion, it looks like Trump will certainly be the nominee by mid-June. nytimes.com/interactive/20… pic.twitter.com/hSUHgH7iI3

Apr 23, 2016

RT @nytimes: He was almost 70 when his wife died. Five years later, he met Matthew. nyti.ms/1T5Mfs3 via @nytopinion pic.twitter.com/SvzdYjhwWYdYjhwWY

Apr 21, 2016

@hunterwalk More the former. But there's def. a naiveté too. People are just going to share butterflies and rainbows; then ISIS comes along.

Apr 21, 2016

RT @VanityFair: In @nickbilton's debut column for V.F., he explores how Silicon Valley created Donald Trump vntyfr.com/J38YIxb https:/pic.twitter.com/JFZDTVxnu2t.co/JFZDTVxnu2

Apr 20, 2016

One can only hope the librarian thought this was funny, too. pic.twitter.com/0D18BeziNV

Apr 18, 2016

RT @JohnCarreyrou: Feds criminally investigating whether @theranos and @eholmes2003 misled investors about its technology & operations http…<a title="http://on.wsj.com/1SVOPkl" href="https://t.co/nD6Jsrw8wE" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">on.wsj.com/1SVOPkl


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