Caleb Garling

Writer


Google Brain’s Co-inventor Tells Why He’s Building Chinese Neural Networks

Andrew Ng on the state of deep learning at Baidu


The Era of the #fumblebrag

In Silicon Valley, if you haven’t fucked up, you’re a total loser


The #fumblebrag Chronicles


Google Brain’s Co-inventor Tells Why He’s Building Chinese Neural Networks

Andrew Ng on the state of deep learning at Baidu


This Weird Person Might Save You From Online Harassment

New tools to save the Web from sexual predators are the latest weapons in one coder’s fight against mainstream…

Publications edited by Caleb Garling

under the tune

A series of short “fiction” from San Francisco

Judging Silicon Valley’s biggest critic


How Digital Music Missed Its Big Chance

Before MySpace, Napster, Spotify or Soundcloud, there was IUMA.


Hunting Task Wabbits

Everybody’s crazy mad with TaskRabbit—but the startup that launched the sharing economy really doesn’t want to talk about its troubles.


Confessions of a Tech Panelist

They do serve a purpose. Sometimes. Can I have a glass of water?


Where Would Instagram Be Without Filters? Lost in the Uncanny Valley.

Why special effects are better than “reality”


The Yin and Yang of Chemistry

Say that we are great friends and that we are at a party. We’ve survived years of fun together, you and me, and so you trust me. We’re standing in the living…


The Taxonomy of Internet Trolls


Are you a comment troll, one of those mythical creatures that pollute the comments sections of Internet articles and cause normal people to say “Honestly, who are these weirdos in real life?”

Probably not. After all, you’ve read this far. Likely, you are one of these rarer creatures in the family constructuvus:


Don’t Squash Questions


If you said to a tech writer, “Name a huge critic of your industry,” the name Evgeny Morozov would no doubt be at the top of the list. He’s made a name for himself as a bullshit detector (his words) when it comes to how technology and information will save the world.

Yet if Morozov is going to be remembered as a real critic — and not just an obnoxious…