Senior Vice President Emil Michael floated making critics’ personal lives fair game. Michael apologized Monday for the remarks.
“We should lead by inspiring our riders, our drivers, and the public at large,” Travis Kalanick said in a 13-tweet Twitterstorm this afternoon.
A crazy theory that just might explain the incendiary movement.
Health care frees drivers from “The Man.”
A change in tactics for a confrontational CEO.
Once a way to widen our romantic circles, online dating is turning to more familiar faces.
A deep dive into one of the internet’s most peculiar grudges.
Lyft is launching a new service called Lyft for Work that companies can use to give employees a monthly Lyft credit to commute to and from work.
This Google data proves it.
It’s called Beam Messenger, and it lets you see everything the other person is typing.
Artist Silvio Lorusso has created a collection of crowdfunded projects that failed to get even a single donor.
Uber, but for endearing yourself to authority.
It all depends on your perspective.
The Internet Association says Obama’s plan “would establish the strong net neutrality protections Internet users require.”
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the rules as written would “needlessly restrict competition.”
Actually, the Ducktails theme is about ethics in games journalism.
Facebook product manager Greg Marra explains the user research behind its new approach to the company’s most heavily trafficked feature.
Women, Action and the Media have teamed up with Twitter to address online harassment of women.
The Twitter illuminati that made “Alex From Target” an overnight sensation can drive millions of clicks with a simple retweet.
Before there was @PharrellHat, there was @AngiesRightLeg.
SurgeProtector was released yesterday as a remedy to all Uber passengers’ surge pricing woes.
“People all over the world want to have emoji that reflect more human diversity.” A proposal has been put in to the consortium that controls emojis that would allow for more diversity in the ubiquitous little icons.
Compare yourself to the masses and rejoice together over your obsessive pinning. Hooray!
The State Department Tried To Make Its Own Upworthy. What Happened Next Will Shock And Amuse You.
r/KotakuInAction bills itself as the responsible, respectful wing of GamerGate. The online activity of its moderators tells a much different story. (Warning: This post contains disturbing images.)
Originally launched as a home cleaning service, Homejoy is rolling two new services out of beta in the Bay Area and San Jose.