Bryan Clark

San Diego, CA

Bryan Clark is the US Editor, a California resident, and a believer that the West Coast truly is the best coast. He digs web culture, social media, and inappropriate use of GIFs during otherwise serious conversation. Connect via Twitter or Facebook.

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  • Republican Senators just sold your privacy to the highest bidder

    This morning, Republican senators voted to remove Obama administration restrictions designed to keep internet service providers (ISPs) from selling your private data. The vote passed along party lines, 50-48. The policy, originally proposed by then acting FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler outlined clear guidelines for how ISPs were to handle your data. In short, they couldn't use it without your permission and they certainly weren't able to share sensitive ...

  • Nintendo releases 'Super Mario Run' on Android a day early

    For the unfortunate Android fans that had to wait their turn to play Mario on a smartphone -- especially those that didn't realize you could just grab an emulator and play all the old Mario games -- today is your day. Nintendo officially announced last Friday the game would drop ...

  • Ev Williams has lost his goddamn mind

    Ev Williams is a brilliant man. His vision for online publishing offers up a near-utopian vision of what a democratized internet ...

  • Bitcoin is tanking (again)

    After reaching an all-time high earlier this month, Bitcoin prices are coming back to earth. The current price (as of this writing) of $998 a coin is down more than 20-percent from its previous high, and down 10-percent today alone. As with all Bitcoin peaks, the fall is typically ...

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