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With $1 Million In New Funding, Dattch Lesbian Dating App Rebrands To Her

Dattch, the Pinterest-inspired dating app for queer women, has today re-launched with a new name (Her) as well as $1 million in new funding from investors such as Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian, YC’s Garry Tan and Michael Birch. 296 more words


Book Review: Without Their Permission

This 2013 book, Without Their Permission: How the 21st Century Will Be Made, Not Managed from reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian explores his story creating the front page of the Internet as well as stories of how the Internet is reshaping society for the better. 329 more words


Google, Reddit's Alexis Ohanian Donate $1.75M To Tech Training Non-Profit Coalition For Queens

The truism about tech’s lack of diversity is that it’s a “pipeline” problem.

At least that’s what tech leaders and companies often say when questioned about why their ranks aren’t inclusive enough. 453 more words


Alexis Ohanian’s Without Their Permission, at NYU


Alexis Ohanian and Steve Huffman have come a long way. They founded Reddit in 2005. Alexis wrote a book called Without Their Permission. 346 more words


Product Hunt Wins Best New Startup Of 2014

Product Hunt, the online community where members submit and vote up the best new tech products, has been taking the industry by storm as founders, investors, early adopters and other tech enthusiasts now check the site on a daily basis. 506 more words



Ah, an old drama, but good nevertheless. Se7en plays a young kid who grew up on the outskirts of the city in a modern Korea where Kings still rule the land. 64 more words

Asian Drama

Caffeinating with Craft Coffee, the Internet coffee company

“I’m pretty confident we’re the only true tech startup in coffee,” says Michael Horn, founder and CEO of Craft Coffee. “People have tried to sell coffee on the Internet, but what we’re doing is different.” 838 more words