See you on Thursday in Chicago

Some folks I met in Chicago are holding an amazing event at a great place on South Canalport Avenue. This former macaroni factory now builds startups and I’ll be helping judge their pitch-off alongside some Chicago luminaries. You can RSVP here and sign up for a spot to pitch here.

Former Chicago Bulls Champ Falls for Fake Onion Article

Being roasted by The Onion means you're notable enough for people to talk about. In a way, it's an honor — but only if you're in on the joke.And it looks like no one told former Chicago Bulls player Ron Harper.See also: 7.5-Foot-Tall High School Basketball Player Is Kind of a Big DealOn Thursday,

How to watch the NFL Draft at a bar, from your couch or in your bed

The NFL draft is about to kick offBut I'm not ready, you may be thinkingWhere do I watch it? How? When? Let us help.See also: NFL schedule release shows league's continued grip on AmericaFor the first time since its inception, the NFL draft has left New York.

Man celebrates lonely bachelor party after everyone's flights were cancelled

Bachelor parties are supposed to be fun. A night out with the guys — one last hurrah before the groom-to-be ties the not. Well this bachelor party is just sad. Sad and lonelyRobbie Chernow flew to Chicago in order to celebrate his friend's bachelor party, but unfortunately, nobody else showed up.

If you like a procedural drama on NBC, it's probably been renewed

Taking a page from The CW's book, NBC handed out a mass of renewals on Thursday to five of its solidly performing dramasThe lucky shows were: The Blacklist (Season 3), Chicago Fire (Season 4), Chicago P.D. (Season 3), Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (Season 17) and Grimm (Season 5) See also:

Cliff Alexander and the NBA Draft heartbreak you never hear about

This time last year, Cliff Alexander was hot stuffHe was finishing high school in Chicago, on his way to play college hoops at national powerhouse Kansas. He was ranked the third-best recruit in the class of 2014, ahead of Karl-Anthony Towns and D'Angelo Russell,

Is the 'Doomsday Clock' ticking forward?

It's five minutes 'til midnight, but that might be set to change.The hands of the "Doomsday Clock" will be set by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists at 11 a.m. EST on Thursday, to reflect how much closer the human race is to its ultimate demise.See also: What's Pinned to Your Doomsday Survival Board?

Microsoft plans to unveil new ways to monetize Windows early next year

Uber Launches No Kid Hungry Campaign

Here’s some actually good news from the company that aims to be “everyone’s private driver.” Uber is partnering with No Kid Hungry to raise enough cash to feed 3 million hungry children this holiday season.

First Impressions: Motorola Moto 360 is More than Just a Pretty Watch Face

Moto 360, the most eagerly anticipated Android Wear Device, finally has a price and a delivery date. Motorola revealed all the details on Thursday in Chicago, setting the list price at $249 and putting it on sale Friday at select retailers including Best Buy.

Sony hopes you'll ditch cable for its Internet TV service PlayStation Vue

Sony is trying its hand broadcast television with a new cloud-based service called PlayStation Vue, the company announced Thursday. The platform will offer about 75 channels and on-demand viewings.PlayStation Vue is a sort of update to the cable box.

Snap’s exec team continues to shrink as more reports of internal drama surface

Days after Snap announced the departure of its CFO, reports have emerged that the company’s HR chief was asked to leave following an internal investigation late last year that had led to the firing of its global security head.

Facebook fears no FTC fine

Reports emerged today that the FTC is considering a fine against Facebook that would be the largest ever from the agency. Even if it were ten times the size of the largest, a $22.5 million bill sent to Google in 2012, the company would basically laugh it off. Facebook is made of money. But the […]

Curious 23andMe twin results show why you should take DNA testing services with a grain of salt

If you’ve ever enthusiastically sent your spit off in the mail, you were probably anxious for whatever unexpected insights the current crop of DNA testing companies would send back. Did your ancestors hang out on the Iberian peninsula?

Free to play games rule the entertainment world with $88 billion in revenue

They may be free, but they sure pay. Games with no upfront cost but a plethora of other ways to make money generated a mind-blowing $88 billion in 2018 according to SuperData’s year-end report — leaving traditional games (and indeed movies and TV) in the dust.

FanDuel cofounder Tom Griffiths just closed a seed round for his decidedly noncontroversial new star

Tom Griffiths has founded four companies, two of which “weren’t much to write home about,” he jokes. The third captured the world’s attention: FanDuel, the fantasy sports company that was routinely in the press — not always for desirable reasons— from nearly the day it launched,

Wine-by-the-glass subscription service Vinebox raises $5.9 million

One SF startup wants you to get home from a day at work and polish off a bottle of wine by yourself. Vinebox isn’t really trying to get you wasted, these bottles are cute and tiny.

Salesforce is building new tower in Dublin and adding hundreds of jobs

Salesforce put the finishing touches on a tower in San Francisco last year. In October, it announced Salesforce Tower in Atlanta and today it was Dublin’s turn. Everyone gets a tower. Salesforce first opened an office in Dublin back in 2001, and has expanded to 1400 employees today.

Bumble drops Facebook login requirement

The week after Mark Zuckerberg testified in front Congress, Bumble is announcing that it will no longer require that users have a Facebook account to log in. The popular women-first dating app is set to institute the change to its registration process tomorrow.

Target debuts same-day delivery for in-store purchases in some urban markets

Target wants to make it easier for customers in urban markets to shop its store and get their hauls home, without having to lug their bags onto the subway or other public transit. These customers may skip buying heavier items like 12-packs of soda, big bags of dog food, gallons of water,

Coinbase buys and makes CEO Balaji Srinivasan its first CTO

Coinbase, the prominent cryptocurrency exchange, has announced its most significant piece of M&A to date after it agreed to buy, the U.S. startup that uses the blockchain for its paid-email service, in a deal worth over $120 million. In additional, Coinbase has appointed Earn.


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TIOBE 2014年7月编程语言排行榜:仅发布1月,Swift进Top 20!

TIOBE7月编程语言排行榜发布,本月最值得关注的是,苹果公司在WWDC 2014上推出新的编程语言Swift,发布至今仅一月有余,Swift竟挤进TIOBE排行榜的Top 20,排名第16位。Swift能取得如此骄人的成绩,实在是可喜可贺。

Want to create your own delivery app for free? Look no further

Ever wanted to create your own delivery app for your business, but lack the coding skills? Well British technology company Preoday might have just the thing for you. Read more:

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