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Women Have to Do It Differently

But not because of their skills. Because of the way the rest of society perceives them. A colleague of mine recently told me he got some computer science students to work for him for free this summer. I’ve interviewed interns … Continue reading

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Biz Stone, Twitter cofounder, speaks at USConverge launch in DC

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6vtpduCl50[/tube] iStrategy, a tech PR firm run by Joe and Peter Corbett, put on a party for the launch of USConverge, a nonprofit that gets for-profit and nonprofit tech organizations to work together. Other than that, I have no idea … Continue reading

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Adults talk about Where the kids are

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9apqao_9aYk[/tube] Media Future Now brings innovative media professionals together to discuss change in the way people interact with information. They put on panel discussions in Washington about once a month. This month’s talk was at the AT&T Innovation Lab. Shireen … Continue reading

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Scandinavians view women as powerful

I left the great panel discussion at GWU early yesterday evening and walked almost two miles to an entrepreneur event at the Affinity Lab in Adams Morgan. The presenters talked about an online network called Care2. It has some type … Continue reading

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Meeting New People

I think its funny lately when I meet people who aren’t entrepreneurs or new media professionals and they ask what I do. Since these people generally don’t need to know my background, or exactly what it is that I do, … Continue reading

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