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9 Hollywood Robots That Will Never Take Over Content Marketing

Mitch Causey | Posted 08.28.2015 | Business
Mitch Causey

Robots may take over the world someday, but I guarantee this bunch won't be taking over content marketing anytime soon.

Is the Charter Merger Worse Than Comcast's for Latino Communities? It's Not Looking Good But We'll Find Out

Arturo Carmona | Posted 08.26.2015 | Latino Voices
Arturo Carmona

Presente, the organization I direct, strongly opposed the Comcast-TWC merger because creating a cable mega-company would have had a broad negative impact on Latino customers.

Co-Founder, Mentor and Toptal Freelance Developer: The Climb From Intern to Senior Engineer

Scott De Buitléir | Posted 08.26.2015 | Technology
Scott De Buitléir

Two weeks into his first post-college internship in 2000, Toptal freelancer Sanjin Cabaravdic was promoted from intern to lead software developer in a single day. That's a little like being a passenger on an airplane and then being told to build one as soon as it lands.

The One Sign Your Startup Will Make You Rich

Brian de Haaff | Posted 08.25.2015 | Business
Brian de Haaff

Who is going to be the next unicorn? Everyone always want to know. You hear news stories about them all the time -- these mythical companies that seem to appear from nowhere, bolstered by massive funding rounds.

The Terrifying Truth About Working In Tech

Sarah Cooper | Posted 08.25.2015 | Technology
Sarah Cooper

If you think having a tech job is the answer to all your problems, think again. Working at a large tech company can be quite a sobering experience for new employees, especially the drunk ones. Here are just 11 of the horrors experienced everyday by tech employees.

Does Pouring Cheap Vodka Through A Filter Actually Work?

Food52 | Posted 08.26.2015 | HuffPost Home
Food52

If you ever went to a frat party in college, you most likely encountered cheap vodka. It's named something generically Russian, comes in a plastic bottle, and is often poured into a vat of Jungle Juice. We've all been there.

Tech Gadgets for College Students: Back to School Gift Guide

Rabbi Jason Miller | Posted 08.24.2015 | Technology
Rabbi Jason Miller

The college students of yesteryear packed their laptop computer and a graphing calculator when they went off to school in late August. Today's tech-fo...

Middle-Aged Drivers Admit To Using Cell Phones When Behind The Wheel

The Huffington Post | Ann Brenoff | Posted 08.21.2015 | Fifty

Maybe it's time to take away our allowance? It turns out that teenagers aren't the only ones who text and drive. Middle-aged drivers do it too a...

Can We Talk? Big Business And The Need for Transparency

Preeti Vissa | Posted 08.19.2015 | Business
Preeti Vissa

Large corporations that play hugely important roles in our communities are happy to put out generalities about their good corporate citizenship, but put up walls when asked for specifics.

Martin O'Malley Makes First Campaign Visit to San Francisco

Kyle McCarthy | Posted 08.18.2015 | San Francisco
Kyle McCarthy

This week, Democratic presidential candidate, Martin O'Malley will take a quick break from campaigning in Iowa to connect with San Francisco's civic-tech community. This will be O'Malley's first campaign stop in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Our Relationship Status With Tinder And Dating Apps: It's Complicated

The Huffington Post | Alexander Howard | Posted 08.17.2015 | Technology

After centuries of failed attempts, technology has finally, with the invention of geolocated dating apps, led to the downfall of Western civilizati...

Which Company Will Change the Future of Healthcare? Here are 10 Contenders

Dr. David Samadi | Posted 08.14.2015 | Technology
Dr. David Samadi

I have yet to hear of an industry that hasn't been massively disrupted by technology. Healthcare is no stranger to this disruption. The question is which companies will actually break through the barrier and solve some of the major issues healthcare faces today?

We're Hiring Engineers All Wrong. Here's How HuffPost Evolved

Alan Johnson | Posted 08.14.2015 | Technology
Alan Johnson

But how do we know if they can code? This is the key anxiety a software organization faces when evaluating a potential hire. At HuffPost Engineering, we've tried to turn this question on its head -- and for the most part, eliminate it.

Tinder's Twitter Account Has Emotional Meltdown Over Vanity Fair Article

The Huffington Post | Kelly Chen | Posted 08.12.2015 | Technology

A Vanity Fair writer hurt Tinder's feelings on Tuesday, and she didn't even swipe left.  The mobile dating app went on the defensive after write...

How Engineers Want to Work with Product Managers

Brian de Haaff | Posted 08.11.2015 | Technology
Brian de Haaff

Engineers want to build the product. They do not want to manage it. So, you can see why a good product manager is an engineer's dream come true. They empower the engineers on their team to build things that matter by setting clear and comprehensive goals, strategy, and initiatives.

California Drought Official Tells Techies: Get Your Hands Dirty

Alison van Diggelen | Posted 08.11.2015 | Business
Alison van Diggelen

California's drought has spurred everyone to pay close attention to their water use. Farmers are especially thirsty for water-saving ideas, but where are the innovative tech solutions?

An Open Letter to the Media: Women We Need to Know Are Right Next to Us

Elizabeth Ames | Posted 08.10.2015 | Technology
Elizabeth Ames

When it comes to the workplace, particularly in today's tech industry, our assumptions about who is or isn't a good programmer or leadership material hold us back from making accurate and effective decisions based on people's actual qualifications, skills and knowledge.

The Only Way You Can Create Brilliant Products

Brian de Haaff | Posted 08.07.2015 | Technology
Brian de Haaff

If you are a great technology leader or product manager -- you know a secret that others ignore. Managing relationships is essential to your job.

Americans Are Flipping The Switch On Fossil Fuels. Here's Why.

The Huffington Post | Aaron Barksdale | Posted 08.07.2015 | Media

The Nation: Why Are Americans Switching to Renewable Energy? It’s Cheaper.  Renewable sources of energy only account for 13 percent o...

Google's Internet Balloons Connect Remote Locations To The Web

The Huffington Post | Aaron Barksdale | Posted 08.05.2015 | Media

Fast Company: Sri Lanka Is The First Country To Deploy Google's Balloon-Based Internet Google is on a mission to get everyone around the globe f...

HuffPost What's Working Honor Roll: Prison Dramatically Reduces Inmate Misconduct With Reward System

The Huffington Post | Aaron Barksdale | Posted 08.04.2015 | Media

As journalists, we dutifully report on what's going wrong, from scandals and corruption to natural disasters and social problems. But far too often th...

Startup Insider: RISE Conference Recap -- Time For Asia To Think 'Global'

David Ongchoco | Posted 08.12.2015 | Business
David Ongchoco

There was a lot of hype and buzz involved when Web Summit announced that they were holding their first ever event in Asia, the RISE Conference. Web Summit is the technology conference held in Dublin, Ireland. Web Summit has grown from 400 to over 22,000 attendees since it started back in 2011 but RISE Conference started out with a bang with over 5000 attendees from over 75 countries.

Intel Makes Huge Push To Hire More Women And Minorities

The Huffington Post | Jenny Che | Posted 08.03.2015 | Business

  Intel is betting big on workforce diversity. The Santa Clara, California-based computer chip maker will double referral bonuses for employ...

How Tech Helped Deliver Wedding Memories To A Bed-Ridden Mother

Mashable | Alexandra Ma | Posted 08.03.2015 | Technology

When 29-year-old Samantha Carisch walked down the aisle in Sonoma, California, last month, her heart rate pulsated at 115 bmp -- a range typically as...

HuffPost What's Working Honor Roll: Blind Auditions Are Leveling The Playing Field For Job Applicants

The Huffington Post | Aaron Barksdale | Posted 07.31.2015 | Media

As journalists, we dutifully report on what's going wrong, from scandals and corruption to natural disasters and social problems. But far too often th...