June 2020

  1. Engineers are told ethics isn't 'career-advancing' and we're all living with the consequences

    Universities tell students that they have the power to change the world. But they don’t teach them to stop and think about whether they should change it. The most vulnerable are left to live with the consequences.

    By Aimee Pearcy , written on

    From the Big Tech desk

  2. The surplus of livestreaming

    Live content isn’t new, but it was mostly designated to the Twitch viewers and the super fans. Now since everyone is stuck in their homes is livestreaming able to fulfill our social needs? With a 70% increase in IG live usage in the last month, it seems like digital live events have become integral to the new normal.

    By Rohan Kumar , written on

    From the video desk

  3. The trouble with platforms

    The Artist formerly known as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple didn’t get to the top of the market cap charts overnight. These 4 companies together are worth nearly as much as the remainder of the companies that make up the top 20 by market cap.

    By Ana Milicevic , written on

    From the Big Tech desk

  4. Viral marketing is what it is

    Clubhouse has started a new wave of exclusive voice chat-based social apps that has people scrambling for invites. We all want to use these apps precisely because we can’t all use them.

    By Aimee Pearcy , written on

    From the FOMO desk

  5. Co-working is dead. Who cares.

    I honestly believe that the co-working model is over.

    By Joan Westenberg , written on

    From the Employment desk

  6. Gen Z's obsession with sharing the music

    Recently Spotify announced Group Sessions, a feature that allows you and your friends to share control of the music being played.

    By Rohan Kumar , written on

    From the Music desk

  7. Twitter censored DDoSecrets and made BlueLeaks an even bigger deal

    Twitter is making it increasingly clear that it is clamping down on what it allows to be published on its platform.

    By Aimee Pearcy , written on

    From the Twitter desk

  8. WWDC20 shows us where Apple is taking the Mac

    First impressions are just that, and it’s going to take time to process through all of the things Apple announced on Monday in the opening keynote of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

    By John Sherrod , written on

    From the Apple desk

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