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Tech Companies At SF Pride

Tech companies big and small weren’t afraid to show their support for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer rights at this weekend’s San Francisco Pride festival. Here’s how they celebrated:

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Apple, Rainbow Since Forever

Apple’s gone all silver now, but its Pride shirts were a throwback to the old rainbow Macintosh logo.

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Apple CEO Shows Pride

Tim Cook posed for photos with Apple employees before the parade

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Cook Congratulates #ApplePride

Tim Cook commended Apple employees on Twitter for a strong showing

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Thumbs Up For Equality

The giant Like Button billboard at Facebook’s headquarters got a Pride makeover

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Everyone Hacks

Hacker Plaza at Facebook’s 1 Hacker Way office in Menlo Park went rainbow this week [Credit: Imagery with Impact]

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That's A BIG Rainbow

In case passing airplanes were wondering if Facebook is down with equal rights [Credit: Kyle Kobza]

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Open And Connected

While photos of Zuck haven’t popped up like from last year’s Pride, Facebook still brought a huge contingent

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Pride Stickers

Facebook let its Messenger users show their Pride too with a special sticker pack

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Pinterest Says It Loud

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Pinterest Gets Crafty For Pride

This week’s Pinterest Studio Night featured employees teaching each other to make friendship bracelets and Jell-O shots

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Tweet Proud

Twitter has a whole @TwitterOpen account dedicated to its LGBTQ support

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Twitter Goes Mobile

Twitter had a whole trolley car for SF Pride…

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Tweeps Represent

…But brought way more tweeps than could fit

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Google Goes All Out

LGBTQ Googlers and allies call themselves…Gayglers! They’ve been marching in SF Pride since 2006. You can watch an archived Pridecast of their march here [Image: Ang Li for Google]

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Google Pinpoints Pride

San Francisco’s historically gay Castro district gets some love from Google Maps

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Not Shy In NY

Google’s New York office shows its colors

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Proud In Mountain View Too

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Google's Got Seoul

This year Google became the first corporate sponsor of the Korean Queer Culture Festival

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Syncing In Style

Dropbox brought something special…

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Valuable Pride Swag

At Pride SF, Dropbox gave out promo code cards for 5 gigs worth of free storage

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Uber's Technicolor Dream Car

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Proud Since The '80s

Microsoft marched in Boston’s Pride parade, sporting signs showing its support for equality goes back decades

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Master Chief Looking Fabulous

Microsoft’s Xbox division brought along Halo hero Master Chief

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Jack Dorsey Shows Pride

The CEO himself posted this shot of Square’s rainbow Golden Gate Bridge shirts

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Pride Professionals

LinkedIn brought around 200 employees to SF Pride

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Box Gets Proud In The Cloud

Box officially participated in Pride for the first time this year, and more startups are getting into the spirit

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A Rainbow In The Cloud

Salesforce employees from across the spectrum prep for Pride

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Host With Pride

Airbnb wants to make you feel safe in someone else’s place, or just your own skin

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Airbnb Gets Weird

Airbnb brought its apartments to Pride with this huge float

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AirbnLGBT

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Postmates Pride

Clad in their biker shorts, Postmates represented at Chicago Pride

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Lyft At Houston Pride

Lyft repped equality with some tricked out cars in Texas

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WillCall Finds The Pride Parties

Concert ticket startup WillCall helped out with a site featuring all the Pride dance parties

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And This Is Just Cute

An inspiring use of Instagram tags

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See You At Pride 2015!

Hopefully even more startups with come out in support next year. Let’s show the world the future won’t discriminate.

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