“How many of you work in tech?” It’s International Women’s Day and I’m hosting a panel on women in tech, with … women in tech. As I try to get a sense of who is in the audience, most hands go up.
It’s International Women’s Day and I’m hosting a panel on women in tech, with … women in tech. As I try to get a sense of who is in the audience, most hands go up. Read more >
At the heart of the internet, if you look closely, people are having a conversation. Whether it’s asking Google a question, on anything and knowing you’ll get a decent answer quickly, or chiming in on a Facebook comments thread around the breaking news story of the day ... Read more >
RootsCamp is annual two day event for organizers, a project of the New Organizing Institute. It’s a self-proclaimed "unconference" because the agenda and sessions are created by those who attend. It’s a conference by organizers, for organizers, where organizers can … organize. Read more >
A few years ago, I worked at the Beehive. There was no honey or bee stings involved, just a playful name for MIT's startup incubator, a place full of activity. Working on a mobile app to track political TV ads at the time, my co-founder Dan and I shared space with other MIT business students Read more >