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Posted by Renee Schmidt

In much the same way that a seed all-inclusively contains the DNA of a tree (its branches, leaves and fruit), each of our intentions contain a ‘fruit,’ or end result as well.

Alternatively, no matter how sophisticated the DNA of a seed, if the environment that seed is planted in does not have a healthy ‘soil,’ there is no way for the seed to bear healthy fruit.

Intention is equally as important as environment.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What is the relationship between technology and people?

Technology is a powerful vehicle to swiftly connect people across all corners of the earth.  Ironically, in today’s society, technology is being used for the exact opposite means for that which it was intended.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Technology and children –how are our children being impacted by the ever-increasing use of technology?

Technology has grown to become deeply entrenched in our daily lives; increasingly more so over the last 20 years. The result is children as young as tots proficient with iPads and smartphones, with respective Facebook pages to boot. While it may be cute, it’s not always fun and games. With technology changing so rapidly, parents are struggling to keep up with the latest platforms, and more importantly, the shifting rules of data sharing and online etiquette.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Valentine’s Day only comes around once a year.

And no matter how long you’ve been in a relationship or what religion or ethnicity you are, there’s nothing like February 14th; a great excuse to show someone you love them. So here are two great tech Valentine’s Day gift ideas, SheBytes has handpicked for  you guys our readers, to show you how we feel.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Product measurements matter!

SheBytes is uber-involved when it comes to female technology and product studies. What has become evident to numerous companies, like Bang and Olufsen because of previously failed attempts to break through to the female market, by companies like Lego, is is that women don’t only care about making things pink. A TechCrunch article titled “Ladies Love Cool Gadgets Too, Says Study”, has a couple of great stats that are making waves on the Internet, but chief among them is the one enumerated below:

“Where men and women differ, however, is on size…”

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

It seems that everywhere I look, there is a widening disparity between male and female entrepreneurs, most notably in the tech sector.

Whether this difference comes down to what toys we grow up playing with, or just the ways in which men and women approach technology, I am always struck when I see something which exhibits that in fact the gender gap is closing.

I recently read an article, on NYDailyNews titled “Golden Ladies of NYC”, which totally inspired me!

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Fools and Wise Men

The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wise people so full of doubts. – Bertrand Russell

The quote above, is one of my personal favorites from a late great; Bertrand Russell. Russell was a famous British philosopher and he was chock full of snippets of brilliance. I particularly like the one above on fools and wise men, and thought I would share it with you to keep you engaged and your brain working (even on the weekend), because of the two ways I see this insight can be applied.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What’s ‘Tech for Women’ Anyway?

Statistically speaking, women are far more tech savvy than many think. I’ve often cited a Bloomberg article on female tech prowess, and for the sake of substantiating this post, in recap fashion, let me share again those incredible statistics

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What are the Benefits of a PhD?

A PhD (also known as a doctorate) is a degree earned from at least 3 years of graduate study and a dissertation. It’s the highest degree-awarded graduate study, normally awarded for original contributions to knowledge.

If you’re wondering if there are benefits of a PhD (apart from having a Dr. in your title), this very neat illustration I StumbledUpon demonstrates the point concisely.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

The progression of the Internet has led to various ethical and legal dilemmas previously unimaginable.

We’ve already covered the heated issue of typosquatting, the TechCrunch Michael Arrington controversy, as well as the relationship between politics and Twitter, here at SheBytes.

A new piece of news from CNN returns once more to the hottest social media site of 2011; Twitter.

 
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