Archive for March, 2012
Where the Girls At?
From the New York Times: [The iPhone App] Girls Around Me uses Foursquare, the location-based mobile service, to determine your location. It then scans for women in the area who have recently checked-in on the service. Once you identify a woman you’d like to talk to, one that inevitably has no idea you’re snooping on her, you […]
Dollar Shave Club: F**king Great
Just got my first shipment of blades from the Dollar Shave Club. I’ll admit, they’re pretty f**king great.
Made In New York
Saw a great PSA at the New York Tech Meetup last night called Made in New York. Great stuff.
Google Drive Coming in April?
Google Drive: it’s about time, but it’s nothing exciting.
Legally Keeping Your Password Private
Emil Protalinski for ZDNet: Facebook today weighed in on the issue of employers asking current and prospective employees for their Facebook passwords. The company noted that doing so undermines the privacy expectations and the security of both the user and the user’s friends, as well as potentially exposes the employer to legal liability. Good. I’m glad Facebook […]
Body Hacking: My Magnetic Implant
I’ve got a magnet implanted in my finger. Here’s my story.