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Sheryl Sandberg's explosive "Lean In" — a muscular manifesto on the gender inequities of the professional world — is being published within weeks of the 50th anniversary of Betty Friedan's "The Feminine Mystique." It's a convergence destined...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Facebook is rolling out a radical new redesign of News Feed, the biggest since it launched the feature in 2006. The giant social network plans to unveil the redesign at a press conference Thursday at its Menlo Park, Calif.,...
Blogging with Bill WhiteI’m getting chirping crickets so far in response to the announcement that my Looove Connection topic is online dating, with a particular emphasis on cases where someone tricked you with misleading information/photos/etc. I referenced Manti Te’...
This post has been corrected. See below for details. The list of the world's ultimate 1% has grown: Forbes magazine said its tally of billionaires around the globe climbed 16% over last year. Topping the list is Carlos Slim, a telecommunications mogul...
SAN FRANCISCO -- This time it's Facebook that has been tagged. The giant social network's Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters is a blank slate for artistic expression. Anyone who works at the company can pick up a can and spray-paint on the walls or...
Tags: Media Industry, Social Media, Arts, Sean Parker, Sociology
I'm living an austere lifestyle as I write these words. At least, as austere as possible under the circumstances. My Twitter and Facebook accounts are logged off. My iPhone, which harbors my Hotmail account and text messages, is in my pocket untouched....
Tags: Social Media, Steve Jobs, Apple iPhone, Google Inc., Authors
SAN FRANCISCO -- A new nonprofit is launching a campaign to encourage American kids to code. Code.org has tapped some of the technology industry's leading luminaries –- Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter and Square's Jack Dorsey and Microsoft's...
Many people have heard of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg or Google co-founder Sergey Brin. But few know about Bert Vogelstein, a Johns Hopkins scientist who helped map the cancer genome and created gene and stool tests to detect colon cancer. A new,...
Three independent bookstores have filed a class action suit against Amazon and the six major publishers, accusing them of creating a monopoly in e-book sales. The complaint, filed in New York on Feb. 15, focuses on digital rights management, known as DRM....
Los Angeles TimesWhen Rep. Paul D. Ryan (R.-Wis.) billowed onto the national political stage in Norfolk, Va., as Mitt Romney's vice presidential running mate this month, the reaction was swift and unanimous — at least among the fashion-focused. Press pundits,...
Los Angeles TimesWhen John Tlapa looked in the mirror, his nose looked like he "could pick a door lock," he said. It resembled "a hook with a point on it. It was pretty ugly." So two years ago, the San Diego-based screenwriter underwent rhinoplasty to improve his profile...
Even people who don't play the market are thinking this week about buying stock in Facebook's initial public offering of shares. One hundred six years ago, Sears, Roebuck and Co. was its era's version of a hot tech company. Like Facebook, Apple or...
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