Friday, August 1, 2014

Timothy B. Lee

Zerg Overlord

Timothy B. Lee is a senior editor at Vox, where he covers technology. He has previously written for the Washington Post, Ars Technica, and Forbes. He prefers vi to emacs and barely missed having a 4-digit Slashdot ID.

Most Recent Posts

4 simple rules for retirement saving

Saving for retirement doesn't have to be complicated. Follow these four simple rules and you'll be on your way to a comfortable retirement.

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Twitter’s success shouldn’t surprise anyone

Twitter's stock is surging after the company reported higher-than-expected revenues. But no one should be surprised that a company with hundreds of millions of users can generate millions of...

Why Larry Lessig is backing a long-shot Republican

Larry Lessig is backing long-shot candidate Jim Rubens in the Republican primary for US Senate in New Hampshire. The pick shows how difficult it is to find Republicans who support his campaign...

Why Ukraine's parliament keeps getting in fights

In the Ukrainian version of a filibuster, opposition figures physically block access to the speaker's rostrum, preventing the speaker from conducting business.

Why Ukraine's government is such a mess

On Thursday, Ukraine's governing coalition collapsed just a few months after taking power. Here's why Ukrainian politics is so dysfunctional.

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