Code Forward, one of MSNBC's online-only shows, covers hot-button issues in technology, from GamerGate to Girls Who Code. The show also looks at the tools that make life easier and the world better. Catch up on past episodes here.
She-Summit co-founder Claudia Chan joins Natali Morris to discuss how women in Silicon Valley, as well as other industries, can become empowered and inspired, and what challenges lie ahead in achieving workplace gender equality. watch
Natali Morris dives into the week's biggest tech headlines, including Apple's latest product event, big news in the Ellen Pao gender discrimination case, and what Elon Musk thinks about colonizing Mars. watch
Nisha Chittal delves into the biggest and buzziest tech stories of the past week, including a happy ending for once-abandoned Atari games; a drone-fighting laser cannon; and possible U.S. sanctions against China for cybercrimes. watch
After a patronizing set of Instagram "rules" went viral, many wondered if any authenticity remains on the photo-sharing platform. The #WomenIRL movement wants to make real, regular life the norm. Lindsey Robertson from Mashable and Real Simple's Lori Leibovich discuss. watch
The Ashley Madison website hack has left countless cheaters exposed, including TV personality Josh Duggar. But is the public shaming fair, and what are the emotional and social ramifications for regular people who are exposed? Kristen V. Brown, reporter at Fusion, joins to discuss. watch
Vogue Magazine's September issue features Beyonce on the cover - but there's no interview with the superstar to be found. Are celebs starting to use social media to connect with fans in lieu of traditional interviews? Entertainment reporter Nikki Novak joins to discuss. watch
Ever want to travel from New York to Los Angeles in 45 minutes? Elon Musk's "Hyperloop" project just may let you do so-- but only if a number of financial and political obstacles can be addressed. Alex Davies, editor at Wired, joins MSNBC's Nisha Chittal for more. watch