You can probably tell if your neighborhood is changing around you, but Slate created a calculator that puts some numbers behind whether or not you're a gentrifier based on your income and the ZIP code you live in.
Most of us barely remember a time before Netflix became a streaming video staple, but recent moves have put the once-floundering company on pace to become a full-fledged network of monstrous proportions.
50 years ago, nearly half of the programmers in the business were women. Today, only 18 percent of college grads with a computer science degree have two X chromosomes. And in the workplace, it gets grimmer.
Under Berkeley's Right to Know ordinance, cell phone retailers are required to inform consumers that by carrying a cell phone on your person (in your shirt pocket, pants, or bra), "You may exceed the federal guidelines for exposure."