It’s OK, you survived. Valentine’s Day is over and you can go back to a week of singular focus on your true love: tech.
If you spent the weekend away from your phone or computer, there’s a good chance you missed everything that happened last weekend, but fear not.
New York, meet the world’s tech scene
5,000 Tech leaders are coming to NYC this November to learn and do business. This is your chance to join them.
All you need to do is make yourself a coffee, clear 10 minutes in your schedule and dive on into TNW’s weekend roundup.
News from The Next Web
- Alone this Valentines Day? Fall in love with Swift using this Playground!
- Yahoo is making Tumblr a bit more autonomous as it divides the sales team
- Messed up your code? Now you can just blame someone else!
- You might soon be able to subscribe to your favorite channels on Snapchat
- Adobe is working on a fix for its Creative Cloud file deletion problem
- Apple may have dropped its plans for an Apple TV streaming service
- Why women are probably the best coders on GitHub
- You can buy credit card details of 100,000 Brits as easily as hopping on Amazon
Good reads, features, reviews, deals, distractions and more
- Review: Stacked brings true wireless charging to the iPhone, but there’s a catch
- Code from any device with Codeanywhere: 3-year subscription now $59
- How to partner with a larger company when you’re a startup
- End procrastination and upgrade your life with the Ultimate Productivity Hacks Bundle
- This week in patents: Hover engines, drones and no more delivery drivers
- Is 2016 finally the year of location?
- 5 strategies for any average Joe to replace celebrities on social media
- The clickbait fallacy: Why humans are wired to resist clickbait
From beyond The Next Web
- Creating a computer voice that people like [The New York Times]
- Review: A standing desk for an extreme budget (seriously, it’s $25) [The Wall Street Journal]
- Van Gogh’s bedroom gets digital makeover [BBC]