• Gillmor Gang: Just A Scratch

    Gillmor Gang: Just A Scratch

    The Gillmor Gang — John Taschek, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, September 23, 2016. With two days until the First Debate, the waiting’s almost over and the voting begins on all available channels. Cast your ballot now! + G3 with Mary Hodder, Elisa Camahort Page, Halley Suitt Tucker, and Tina Chase Gillmor @jtaschek, @kteare… Read More

  • We’re looking at cyberbullying the wrong way Crunch Network

    We’re looking at cyberbullying the wrong way

    A bully is a bully and a troll is a troll, no matter where you go online. For as long as online mass communication has existed, online bullying has existed. To effectively address the issue of cyberbullying, one must not only question the environments that yield such behaviors, but examine how and why the behavior exists in the first place. Read More

  • Taking a swing for the Grammys with the new Lip Sync Battle app

    Taking a swing for the Grammys with the new Lip Sync Battle app

    The art of the lip sync has had a profound impact on the state of our…ok no, but dammit is lip synching fun. For those of you locked in a Faraday cage, pretending to sing has become all the rage these days. You have Michelle Obama doing it for Carpool Karaoke, Tim Cook using it to open up events, and of course the ever entertaining LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen using it as a platform… Read More

  • The ugly reality of an Oculus founder’s politics

    The ugly reality of an Oculus founder’s politics

    It hasn’t been a great couple of days for Facebook PR. For one thing, the company admitted that, due to an error, it has been significantly inflating its reports on average video view times. For another, The Daily Beast discovered that Oculus founder Palmer Luckey is backing the pro-Donald Trump organization Nimble America, a group dedicated to promoting anti-Hillary Clinton… Read More

  • Doug Looks for Sweater Friends

    What is Sweater Friends? It is a show hosted by Doug and the OG TechCrunch team many moons ago. It involved, you guessed it, sweaters, friends, and talk of the days best tech. Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth uses an impressive $23 Inateck external hard drive dock to quickly but thoroughly search a mountain of hard drives for old Sweater Friends episodes.

  • Why is San Francisco trying to strangle its golden goose? Crunch Network

    Why is San Francisco trying to strangle its golden goose?

    Detroit doesn’t place burdensome regulations on automobile manufacturers, Idaho doesn’t put undue restrictions and hurdles in front of potato farmers and California takes steps to protect its farmers. These industries do more than just create jobs, tax revenue and prestige — they became a symbol of who they are, part of the fabric of the community and the economy. And… Read More

  • Camera manufacturers, you’re still missing the point. Be better.

    Camera manufacturers, you’re still missing the point. Be better.

    Spotted at Photokina, the world’s largest photography trade show: A professional photographer, taking a photo, then taking a picture off the back of their camera to share the photograph on Facebook. It’s not that unusual an occurrence, but it served as the perfect parable on quite how vigorously the camera manufacturers have self-copulated themselves into oblivion. Read More

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