All posts by Lani Rosales
The last year has been one of dramatic and rapid change in the real estate tech sector, but Realtors are vulnerable, and we're worried.
SXSW has proven a deep commitment to diversity, especially in the tech sector, which we applaud. Join us as we attend their first ever SXSW Interactive Latino Tech Community Meet Up.
(Editorial) Housing stats are fascinating to many, whether in the market or practicing, or just as a hobby, but most stats are bunk. Here's why and how to spot legitimate data.
(Editorial) Journalists are some of the busiest people on the planet - reaching them can be hard, but there's a right and wrong way to do it. Make sure you're not annoying without meaning to be.
Tonight marks the first ever SXSW Interactive Black Tech Community Meet Up, one of the many ways the massive conference is doing their part to improve diversity in the tech sector - join us in attending.
(Editorial) After a devastating tragedy, a mother speaks out against Target: should the brand be to blame?
(Social Media) When a Realtor calls for thousands of cops to die, and a screenshot of it is captioned, "your kind of realtor?" the brand is marred and consumers revolt.
(Op/Ed) Wildcard is our new favorite app concept, but before downloading it, we were stopped in our tracks and can't move forward. Here's why.
(Social Media) Facebook's founder opens up about the company's position on the long-requested DISLIKE button, because we all hate clicking "LIKE" when someone's dog dies, but hate alerts from commenting.
(Housing News) If you own a home or are thinking of buying, you should know the factors that give you an advantage with your timing - let's ask one of housing's top economists what you should do.
(Business News) After nearly a decade at Move, Curt Beardsley made a questionable exit alongside former boss, Errol Samuelson. Move has responded with a serious lawsuit, seeking substantial damages.
(Editorial) Girl Scout Cookies are going digital and many lament the end of door-to-door sales, but they're all missing an important point.