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San Francisco is on the cusp of banning e-cigarettes while a Florida town is now half a million dollars poorer following a ransomware attack. Google's building 20,000 new Silicon Valley homes (since California won't) and a new predictive ho...

There is so much to write about Libra, and so much which has already been written misses the mark, mostly, I think, because most pundits haven’t spent much time in the developing world, which is very clearly the target market here. Just look at...

Filed under: Jeep,Quick Spins,SUV,Off-Road Tackling suburbia and pondering Jeep sizes.Continue reading 2019 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon: Two doors, more fun? 2019 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon: Two doors, more fun? originally appeared on Au...

Everyone’s worried about Mark Zuckerberg controlling the next currency, but I’m more concerned about a crypto Cambridge Analytica. Today Facebook announced Libra, its forthcoming stablecoin designed to let you shop and send money overseas...

Google isn't sitting idly by while Genius accuses it of copying lyrics. As part of a larger defense of its lyrics search practices, the company has mentioned that it will "soon" attribute the third parties providing song lyrics. This sho...

Are you a slow traveller?  What is slow travel?  I’m sure it means different things to different people. For me, slow travel means pacing my travel, not having every moment accounted for, and therefore leaving time for the unexpected. The u...

Every time I see a “the future of work is remote” article, I think to myself: “How backwards! How retro! How quaint!” That future is now, for many of us. I’ve been a fully remote developer-turned-CTO for a full decade. S...