Lorenzo Fresco

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Did Instagram Bro Hero Dan Bilzerian Get His Start Thanks to His Father's Dirty Money?

The myth of Dan Bilzerian, the self-made Instagram king who lives the way you want to live, is just that: a myth.<p>Dan Bilzerian is one of those celebrities whose fame is difficult to comprehend. The best way to "get" him is to join his nearly 12 million million Instagram followers and dive into …

Jolla's crowdsourced tablet is up for pre-order

The Jolla tablet started life with an interesting pitch: a crowdfunded slate with a novel, gesture-based OS, an Intel 64-bit quad-core CPU, a high resolution 7.85-inch screen and software features culled from the community's most popular suggestions. That was almost a year ago, and now the tablet …

Stop Hating Work

It's time we surrendered to the truth: We're not really happy at work.<p>We live in a world of hover-boards and Siri, of possibility and opportunity. It's evident that we have advanced 200 years beyond the industrial revolution. Yet while we live in these advanced societies of freedom and democracy, …

Google's making it easy for you to get solar panels onto your roof

Adding solar panels to your roof can be frustrating, since it's often difficult to know if your home receives enough light to justify the investment. Google Maps, however, has satellite, navigation and sunlight data for every property in the world, so it's ideally placed to tell you how many rays …

Islamic State's Medieval Morals

It’s been 150 years since U.S. law allowed masters to rape enslaved girls and women. Almost all modern Muslim societies banned slavery in the last …

Typewriters suck. This web app proves it.

<i>By John Brownlee</i><p>Typewriters are beautiful objects. They are charming and ingenious in a way that only something analog can be. They make sounds that strike a chord even in those born long after the <i>thwack-thwack</i> of a type hammer smacking against the page, or the <i>brrring</i> of the carriage being slapped …