Donation Sites for California Wildfire Victims

Throughout 2018 there has been a total of 7,579 California Wildfires that has burned an area of 1,667,855 acres (6,749.57 km2), the largest amount of burned acreage recorded in a California fire season, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the National Interagency Fire Center. Though President Donald Trump has approved a Major Disaster Declaration for the California Wildfires victims still need assistance as they rummage through what is left of their burnt home. Below are some sites that are accepting donations for the California wildfire fire victims. Continue Reading →

Hurricane Florence Relief Help and Donation Options

Hurricane Florence is hitting the east coast with over a million people having to be evacuated due to the storm which may be the largest the Carolina’s coast that has hit thus far. Hurricane Florence has been slowly formulating as it hits inland and the main concern now is major flooding and power outages!

Most of the Nation is wondering how we can help and the best way right now is donating; the last ALL the coasts need is to have people trying to drive over and help while possibly putting their lives in danger. That said below are some ways you can contribute to those going through the Hurricane Florence and continue to contribute to their hurricane and flooding relief efforts. Continue Reading →

Go Fund Me Campaign Launched for Capsized Duck Boat Survivor

Tragedy struck when a duck boat capsized during a storm in Branson, Missouri last week and 17 people died from drowning. Per several news updates they claim the storm came out of nowhere but that is debatable and something the authorities will need to tackle. Continue Reading →

Microsoft and Walmart Partner Up To Compete With Amazon

On the heels of Amazon’s Prime day, Microsoft and Walmart announced they will be joining forces under a five-year deal. Per Forbes Global 2000 list Microsoft ranks 20th and Walmart ranks 24th while Amazon ranks 53rd, clearly with this deal Microsoft and Walmart may be the top retailer globally. Continue Reading →

Personal Aircrafts And Air Shuttling Services Coming to Market in The Next Couple Years

The prediction of when will we migrate to flying cars has been somewhat of a mystery. Though many sources in the past have said by 2020 consumers will be able to purchase a flying car there are still issues with airspace traffic control, airport landing fees and storage costs. Recently there have been a few companies that have been testing their flying car prototypes with expectations of it coming to market for consumers sooner than you think. Below are some of the newest flying car innovations and developments that will be happening over the next few years. Continue Reading →

New Corporate Equality Index Report: Tech Companies Continue to Lead LGBTQ Workplace Equality

This week was a historic election that proved times are changing for the good in the government. It was a huge win for LGBTQ, Women, Latinas and Asian-American communities. Below is a list of those elected and won per Richmond Times. Continue Reading →

SXSW 2018 Weekly Update and Announcements

Source: SXSW

SXSW 2018 is fast approaching and as your SXSW 2018 guru on ground zero here is the latest news updates. Continue Reading →

Google and Sidewalk Labs Announces Plans to Build a Futuristic Neighborhood in Toronto

Announced Tuesday, Sidewalk Labs and Google are teaming with Toronto to begin planning a neighborhood designed for urban life in the 21st century. The idea is to create a mixed-use community on Toronto’s Eastern Waterfront. Per Sidewalk Toronto, they will combine forward-thinking urban design and new digital technology to create people-centered neighborhoods that are sustainable, affordable and mobile with economic opportunity. Continue Reading →

Information on How to Help Those Impacted By The Hurricane in Puerto Rico and Shootings in Las Vegas

When a tragedy happens within the country and community you reside in for the most part bonds together to help victims. After a certain amount of time the initiatives seem to be forgotten when there is still help needed for those impacted by the hurricanes in Puerto Rico and the Las Vegas shooting. In my previous articles for both Puerto Rico Hurricane relief and Las Vegas shootings I listed how you can help the victims however there are more initiatives out there now. Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Shooting Donation and Relief Information

Yesterday night at the Jason Aldean Concert at least 58 people were killed and more than 515 injured in a mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, authorities said Monday. The shooting is the deadliest in modern US history. Per CNBC, hospitals in Las Vegas are dealing with hundreds of shooting casualties of the victims of a gunman who opened fire on attendees of a country music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel. Continue Reading →