If you’re at all a reader here on SnapMunk you’ll know that more than a few startups are pre-occupied with […]
I, like most Americans, woke up today feeling a little hungover. A 12-hour-long, down-to-the-wire election had culminated with the election […]
It’s an established fact that the tech industry has a significant diversity problem. In 2014, the combined US workforces of […]
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump finally faced off this past Monday in the first Presidential Debate. I left it feeling […]
Kiah Williams has gotten used to the limelight in the past year – or at least she should have, given […]
Unfortunately, rape has been in the news quite a bit lately and it doesn’t seem to be going away. It’s […]
Robin Chase, co-founder of Zipcar, Buzzcar and Veniam – and obviously, a beacon of transportation technology – talks to us about who she is, why she is, and where everything is headed.
Believe it or not, we don’t cover every piece of tech news here at SnapMunk. In an effort to keep […]
From the Hackathon and its winning tool – a CMS with voice recognition – to the Battlefield and its winning startup – Beam and its SDK to integrate with Twitch – to the most interesting keynotes, here are all the highlights from 2016’s TechCrunch Disrupt in New York.
Does your Facebook feed suck? Are you seeing more of what you don’t like and less of what you do? […]
Because interacting with women in the workplace may be strange and different for many men in the tech industry, we’ve […]
“As someone who has been working in production in various aspects of the industry for the last ten years, I’m […]
Although we live in an age filled with the evidence of our relentless technological progress, there are still aspects of […]
To say the Snoo-crew at Reddit has had a tumultuous 2015 would be the understatement of the year. From the […]
They say that women in technology are different. There are no ‘understood’ requirements for outfits or pantsuits. Jeans are common […]