David Otiego

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4 actually realistic ways you can afford to travel more

<b>It seems like every other travel article these days is about how you should quit your job, move to the other side of the world, and live by the beach</b> …

Watch the first nine episodes of the Silicon Valley mockumentary ‘Bubbleproof’

We’re excited to be premiering a new mockumentary series about the startup world; watch the first nine episodes of <i>Bubbleproof</i> right here on TechCrunch.<p>The show stars Reputation.com founder Michael Fertik and David Cowan of Bessemer Venture Partners. Fertik and Cowan play fictionalized (?) versions …

Yes, Men Can Get Breast Cancer Too. Here's What You Need to Know

Get the facts about breast cancer in men, from symptoms and treatments to how it's diagnosed and the latest research.

Typescript deserializing json into collection with multiple types

I'm using typescript for a project and need to serialize a collection to json, save it to a file and later deserialize that file into a similar …

Take These 9 Vacations Before You Have Kids

Sure, traveling with a baby can be all kinds of wonderful, but there are some adventurous rips that are better taken before growing your family.<p>By …

Bill Gates and Richard Branson backed a food startup which grows meat in labs

Some of the world's richest people think that one day you'll be eating chicken, duck, and beef that's been grown in a lab.<p>Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Twitch cofounder Kyle Vogt, and Kimbal Musk — brother of Elon Musk — are among several high-profile backers of Memphis Meats, a San Francisco …

Reviving the art of Filipino tribal tattoos

<b>The Spanish conquistadors who landed in 1521 dubbed the Philippines the Islands of the Painted Ones after the heavily tattooed locals. Nearly 500 years on, tribal tattooing is almost extinct. Aya Lowe met the islands' last practitioner and those trying to keep the tradition alive.</b><p>For more than …