Once Google asked to interview me and I said no. Given high tech’s problem with sexism, my answer today would be “Hell no.”
Google’s not responsible for firing James Damore for writing a 10-page sexist rant. James Damore is.
So Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt thinks that government regulation is required to protect privacy from a rising tide of civilian drones. The Tech Curmudgeon agrees, at least in principle, because civilian drones […]
If you haven’t yet seen Mark Hurst’s piece on Google Glass over at Creative Good, you need to. You really, really need to. A lot of times cool new gadget and service roll-outs […]
If you ever want a good laugh, I highly suggest looking through the Google Analytics of yourself, to see what advertisers think of you. For example, mine says that I’m an 18-24 […]
Smartphones are getting much, much smarter, writes Alan Mutter at Newsosaur — and that fact is another nail fastening the lid on the coffin of newspapers. But I’m not sure I want […]
Contrary to the stated conclusion of a cursory digital forensic investigation, the report fails to exonerate The Heartland Institute of being the source of the allegedly fabricated “climate strategy memo.”
The Tech Curmudgeon says, “if a prospective employer asks for your Facebook password, you say ‘NO!'” Feel free to use some “colorful metaphors” in conjunction, too.
Expletive Deleted Or, Allegations of America’s dirty little backwoods secret and Google won’t let their ads be placed on the newsfic coverage… Since I’ve only got a few articles under my belt thus […]
S&R’s Tech Curmudgeon looks at people who are more important to technology than Steve Jobs could have ever been in his (or his true believers) wildest fantasies.