InformationWeek's IT Life: The Lighter Side of Tech

InformationWeek is out to prove that not all tech needs to be serious. IT Life offers a lighter look at tech and how it affects those charged with figuring it out.

Sep 3, 2014

NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- What wisdom will former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer bring to the L.A. Clippers?

Can you tell the difference between a fake tech headline and a real one?

What are the best pick-up lines for geeks?

These and other important technology questions are at the heart of a new, humorous, and slightly off-center section of InformationWeek called IT Life.

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In addition to asking the tough questions that surround geeky pick-up lines, this new part of InformationWeek is a way for IT professionals and executives to check out what others in the field are doing, and how technology is changing our lives – sometimes for reasons that remain a mystery even to us.

In the words of InformationWeek Editor-in-Chief Laurianne McLaughlin, "IT Life is where IT pros come to talk World of Warcraft not DevOps. We leave that for another place."

At the end of the day – or maybe in the very beginning – when you need a little laugh or a bit of snark, InformationWeek's IT Life offers a reprieve from the ordinary doldrums of information technology.

Join the editors of InformationWeek every day at IT Life. We promise when the CIO turns your proposal down (again) we'll have something to take your mind off it – at least until the next time you have a proposal.

You can see all new content for InformationWeek's IT Life here.


Scott Ferguson
Community Editorial Director, UBM Tech

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