You're completely misreading the tweet. The engineer is talking about local restaurants having earned Twitter employees' lunch and dinner business by exceeding the quality of its cafeteria, not Twitter employees having "earned" the right to work in the Twitter building. (That's a pretty weird reading, not to mention a… » 12/16/13 4:42pm 12/16/13 4:42pm

You say that flippantly, as if the answer was that they could obviously take public transit and were choosing to be coddled. Public transit from that neighborhood to LinkedIn headquarters takes two hours and 40 minutes, on a combination of four separate transit systems (Muni, BART, Caltrain, and two VTA buses). A… » 9/13/13 11:58am 9/13/13 11:58am

ReadWrite's Dan Rowinski and Nick Statt accepted loans of Chromebook Pixels at this year's I/O conference. Both are using them on assignment for stories. Like other attendees, I was offered a Pixel, but declined because I didn't have a specific editorial purpose in mind. At last year's I/O, I received a Nexus 7 tablet… » 5/17/13 3:22pm 5/17/13 3:22pm

So you've told us what, but not why, Louis. Let me help you out: I've heard that this new focus on the chin is driven by front-facing cameras on smartphones. That awkward, unflattering angle where you look down at the camera and see yourself lensed is driving people to chin up. » 4/16/12 10:50pm 4/16/12 10:50pm

John, I'm puzzled. This is the kind of story Gawker would have published in a second—"whatever we know"!—had it been successfully kept out of print by Caldwell's colleagues. And you'd be scolding the Oregonian for hiding the truth. Is your real complaint here that you don't like the competition? That Bhatia should have… » 3/16/12 12:06pm 3/16/12 12:06pm