dwight silverman

dwight silverman


Senior producer for premium products @HoustonChron. Former techblogger, social media manager. Still a pizza lover, aspiring cat lady.

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There’s almost no pay gap between what men and women are paid in Houston tech, according to U.S. Census data as mined by @smartasset . Nationally, women make on average 83.1% of what men do. Here’s what makes Houston different. #houtech  #hounews 

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Rod Blagojevich Trying To Sell Presidential Commutation To Cellmate For $2.8 Million

Windows 10’s New Update Is Deleting People’s Files Again

Yeah, @RODEOHOUSTON  is still a ways off but attending is best done with a plan. And who better to help you map our your rodeo visit than our @gwendolynawu  and #HoustonHowTo ? #hounews  #rodeohouston 

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Texas cities seek to block telecom law that will cost them $100M a year

iOS 14 may finally let you choose your own default web, mail apps. And HomePod may get direct Spotify support. by @markgurman 

Would you pay $699 or $899 a month to subscribe to Nissan vehicles, switching cars daily if that was your fancy? Sadly, the all-electric Leaf is in the upper-priced tier. by @paultakahashi  #hounews 

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Our photogs have done incredible (& brave) work today. A slideshow worth your time: #Houwx  #Harvey 

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DO NOT install iOS 8.0.1 - can kill cell service and Touch ID feature. Did it to me. Others reporting the same. PLEASE RT.

The creator of the GIF gets a lifetime achievement award, and settles the silly disagreement over pronunciation.

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Hey #Houston : As you watch the smoke from the 8 tanks burning at the #DeerParkFire  spread across the skies, it might be worth rereading this 2016 investigation. #hounews 

New AirPods 2 don’t look compelling enough on their own for current AirPods owners. But nice that you can buy the wireless charging case for the old AirPods for $79.

A Microsoft default setting makes for a potential security disaster. Originally from my #ReleaseNotes  newsletter.

27 Texas lawmakers voted to repeal Internet privacy laws. In total, they took $819K from telecom companies.

Photo of the day for the #july4flood : Letters that spell HOUSTON floating away at the site of the canceled #freedomovertexas  festival. by ’s

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