Month: March 2011

Women in the work force…a force to be reckoned with

2010 marked the first year that women became the majority of the U.S. workforce. At the same time, the technology industry is thriving in this digital era. Data shows that women make strong leaders and company founders, often bringing more efficiency and profitability to the table than men. Why are there fewer female startup founders and technology practitioners, then? In today’s #E2sday, we explore the dichotomy between women’s success in business and their relative absence from the technology industry.

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Germany’s solar panels produce more power than Japan’s entire Fukushima complex

Regardless, Japan’s facing rolling blackouts until next Winter, and it’s undeniable that if the country had more distributed power generation like Germany’s roof-based solar PV system, the entire country would be much more resilient in the face of catastrophe.

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Save the world. Become vegetarian

This video is heartbreaking. I almost didn’t watch the entirety of it. At about 11 minutes in begins the alternative choices one can make.

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How to Write a Wicked Good Social Bio

Now, your bio doesn’t have to be too long but, it does need to be long enough to get the point across. When they are done reading it, they need to feel like they have a really good idea of who you are.

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