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Images from New York City’s Global Climate Strike

Images from New York City’s Global Climate Strike

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge “I’m here because I care, and I think we need to make radical changes” On Friday, tens of thousands of people took to the streets in New York City for the Global Climate Strike. Chants of ‘Save our planet’ and “Hey hey, ho ho, climate change has…
Chef CEO says he’ll continue to work with ICE in spite of protests

Chef CEO says he’ll continue to work with ICE in spite of protests

Yesterday, software development tool maker Chef found itself in the middle of a firestorm after a Tweet called them out for doing business with DHS/ICE. Eventually it led to an influential open-source developer removing a couple of key pieces of software from the project, bringing down some parts of Chef’s commercial business. Chef intends to…
Uber sues New York City to overturn limits on drivers cruising without passengers

Uber sues New York City to overturn limits on drivers cruising without passengers

Uber filed a lawsuit against New York City Friday in an effort to overturn rules limiting the amount of time ride-hail drivers can spend in busy parts of the city. It was the second time this year that Uber has sued New York City. The suit comes a month after the city’s Taxi and Limousine…
Get advice on the latest growth tactics from Demand Curve at Disrupt SF

Get advice on the latest growth tactics from Demand Curve at Disrupt SF

We’re going to try something new at Disrupt this year, based on the great response we’ve been getting to our startup how-to coverage. We’re going to put service provider experts on our Q&A stage, where you can talk to them directly in-person about key topics like growth, fundraising and recruiting. To help kick off this…
Matchstick Ventures raises $30M to back startups in the northern U.S. and the Rockies

Matchstick Ventures raises $30M to back startups in the northern U.S. and the Rockies

Matchstick Ventures, a seed-stage firm that says it invests in “rapidly growing, yet underserved startup ecosystems,” announced this week that it has raised $30 million for its second fund. That’s a lot more money than the firm’s $5 million seed round. This time, Matchsetick says it will write initial checks of around $500,000, and in…
Take cover, it’s a drone with a nail gun!

Take cover, it’s a drone with a nail gun!

The FAA has warned against equipping your drone with weapons such as flamethrowers and handguns. But can a nail gun really be considered a weapon — that is, outside of Quake? Let’s hope not, because roboticists at the University of Michigan have made a roofing drone that uses that tool to autonomously nail shingles into…
Minecraft’s new character creator lets players control how they look

Minecraft’s new character creator lets players control how they look

The newest Minecraft beta update comes with the ability to make a customized version of yourself, as spotted by VentureBeat. Developer Mojang announced the feature in a blog post, noting the change alongside a slew of performance and gameplay fixes. The Minecraft Character Creator lets you personalize your avatar within the game, the first official…
Checkmarks mean more to YouTube creators than validation, and removing them has consequences

Checkmarks mean more to YouTube creators than validation, and removing them has consequences

Verification badges on YouTube are more than just a checkmark to creators. Those tiny marks are a sign that after years of building a channel, they’re seen as a valuable member of the community. That’s why when YouTube suddenly sent out a flood of emails to creators who have picked up verification badges over the…
Publicis Sapient’s John Maeda explains how big companies can think like startups

Publicis Sapient’s John Maeda explains how big companies can think like startups

'Grown-up companies have gotten a bad rap' John Maeda has been a professor at the MIT Media Lab, president of the Rhode Island School of Design, designer partner at venture firm Kleiner Perkins and most recently served as the head of computational design and inclusion at Automattic. So perhaps it’s no surprise that he made…
YouTube CEO says it ‘missed the mark’ with verification overhaul

YouTube CEO says it ‘missed the mark’ with verification overhaul

Less than 24 hours after YouTube announced that it would be changing its creator verification process, CEO Susan Wojcicki admitted that the news hasn’t gone over very well. “To our creators & users – I’m sorry for the frustration & hurt that we caused with our new approach to verification,” Wojcicki tweeted. “While trying to…