Taylor Buley

Taylor Buley
[Taylor Buley](https://www.taylorbuley.com) is the manager of development at Conde Nast's Parade, the most widely read magazine in the U.S. with 33 million in print circulation. He's a TechCrunch contributor was previously a staff writer at Forbes. Buley received his B.A. in [Philosophy, Politics & Economics](http://www.sas.upenn.edu/ppe/index.html) at the University of Pennsylvania and got a masters in communications from the Stanford [journalism program](http://journalism.stanford.edu/) In college he interned at Reason magazine as a [Burton intern](http://reason.com/intern-at-reason), The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page as a [Bartley Fellow](http://www.dowjones.com/djcom/careers/bartley-interns.asp) and the White House Council of Economic Advisers. CrunchBase profile →

Latest from Taylor Buley

  • Oculus Rift Shares Developer Hardware Sales Data

    Oculus Rift Shares Developer Hardware Sales Data

    Were you to judge success by the response of “The Internet” when Facebook acquired nascent virtual reality hardware company Oculus Rift, developers didn’t like the deal. But were you to judge success by its actual sales, it may be a different story. Oculus Rift tells TechCrunch that it’s sold about 25,000 second-generation “DK2” development kits to… Read More

  • Focusing On The Google Reader Shutdown

    Focusing On The Google Reader Shutdown

    Last week Google announced the shutdown of Google Reader as part of its company wide bid to “focus” on “fewer products.” “We know Reader has a devoted following who will be very sad to see it go,” wrote the company in a blog post. comScore estimates that as many as 665,000 different people used the mobile app in recent months, according to the Financial Times. Read More

  • Google Glass’ Women Problems

    Google Glass’ Women Problems

    If you build it, they will come. Perhaps. And only if you don’t chase them away. Recently Google co-founder Sergey Brin took to the stage at the TED “Ideas Worth Spreading” conference. His idea worth spreading? That cellphones are “emasculating.” Read More

  • Survey Anecdote Suggests We Have No Idea What’s Going On At Google+

    Survey Anecdote Suggests We Have No Idea What’s Going On At Google+

    By Google’s count, Google+ has over 500 million “upgraded” members and some 135 million people active “in just the stream.” By researchers’ best estimates, however, the answer is a bit more complicated. Read More

  • The History Behind Facebook’s Graph Search

    The History Behind Facebook’s Graph Search

    Editor’s note: Taylor Buley┬áis a senior developer at Conde Nast’s PARADE. He’s a former staff writer at Forbes and graduated from University of Pennsylvania and Stanford. On Thursday Lars Rasmussen, Google Maps co-inventor turned Facebook Graph Search guru, took to Reddit for an “ask me anything” open thread. The Danish native avoided questions about the… Read More