Monthly Archives: February 2013

Another founder ousted from his own company; what a brutal business.

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Making Our Ripples Count

The thing about ripples is once you start one, you don’t decide when it stops or where it goes or what is affected by it – for good or for bad: a look at the lasting effects of our choices. Continue reading

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The Growth of Open Data and Why It Matters

Brief History Since the early 1950’s, the concept of open data has been around. But until recently, open data remained mostly in the scientific world. But with the introduction of smart phone technology, the opportunities to utilize data collected and … Continue reading

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Startup Lesson: learning to push through weaknesses

I think one of the best parts of doing a startup is that you have to do everything – not just the things you’re good at doing. Sometimes you spend the better part of a day on a difficult task, … Continue reading

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A Few Nuggets of Inspiration From WE3

One of the best parts of attending a women-centered event such as the Third Annual ITP Women Entrepreneurs Festival is the understanding that we’re all in this together, ready and willing to support each other. As women entrepreneurs, we have … Continue reading

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Getting Invited to the Women Entrepreneurs Festival 2013

A few months ago I discovered a blog that resonated with all of my passions – women in business, entrepreneurship, motherhood, marriage, friendship, cooking, dining, travel. Joanne Wilson, the author of the blog, Gotham Gal, is known as a vibrant … Continue reading

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