Serious? Parody? Does it even matter? Billed as "documenting hate crimes against the technology community," @TechHateCrimes was created late last year to note anti-tech sentiment here in the Bay Area. Its tweet plumage has grown long enough for you to fume over (either side of the coin), which is why we're just now bringing it to you attention. The usual suspects are all in there— SF Bay Guardian, Beyond Chron, indybay.org, Sam Biddle, et al.—and here is but a sampling you can find:
"Fight the Tech Takeover" on a site about "the destructive impact of the tech industry on people's daily lives." https://t.co/bs0GacwMJG— Tech Hate Crimes (@TechHateCrimes) March 18, 2014
"How the Internet ruined San Francisco" 1999 Salon Article: http://t.co/NqFL0DSbQD— Tech Hate Crimes (@TechHateCrimes) March 9, 2014
[Ed. note: lol Salon 1999]
Tom Perkins is speaking at the Commonwealth Club this Thursday: http://t.co/RDXSZsc5BD about the "war on the 1%" I will be live-tweeting— Tech Hate Crimes (@TechHateCrimes) February 9, 2014
And now you know. Follow them at @TechHateCrimes.