My reasons for moving to Silicon Valley basically turn into a top 6 list of BEST things in the valley.
When I was younger and saw a hip, red Volkswagen van, I knew that I wanted to travel the states and decorate the back of the van like my hippy dreams. Since I’ll be working two full time jobs, I won’t have time to travel, but I’ll print out pictures at the office and hang them on my windows.
Being financially stable is rough because it lets me make unecessary impulse purchases. …
TikTok currently has over 2 billion downloads worldwide and as of July 2020, the popular app is under fire from the US government due its Chinese connections. Trump is looking at even banning the app from the US all together. How did this app become so incredibly popular in the US though and what were the struggles this app faced on its way to greatness?
For starters, TikTok is the brain child of Musical.ly and Douyin.
Musical.ly is an app created in Shanghai, China by Alex Zhu and Luyu Yang in 2014. Although the creators originally were going to make an educational app, they said that they soon found that idea to be unprofitable. However they found success by making Musical.ly, an app where users could post 15 second lip syncs to popular songs. …
Silicon Valley may be the mecca for genius entrepreneurs, but a lot of stupidity is floating around here, too. While tech titans want to change the world, innovate, and make loads of cash with their shrewd business sense, it doesn’t always work out that way.
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We’ve gathered nine of the stupidest decisions ever made in the tech world below.
* = lack of foresight. A company or individual didn’t correctly judge the future of an industry or see the potential in a product. …