Men and women have really never understood each other. Well now, women have an app called the “Manscanner” to help them find that one ideal man they (and their mothers and grandmothers) have always dreamed they’d have and hold.
Spirituality for Kids is a novel site that was designed for parents and kids to have FUN, solve problems together and develop spiritual values.
Technology can make or break a life –it’s a fact. This is especially so for kids. Children growing up, left alone to play violent video games, may have the tendency, later on, to view life as nothing but a series of battles to be fought. Today, even child psychiatrist will advise parents to train children from early on to instinctively distinguish virtual life from real life.
The tech scene is flooded with new tech start-ups; we’ve decided to put together a list of a few that are making moves on the tech scene.
Each of us can name at least one friend who has had (or thought they had) a killer idea for the next big app. But how many of those ideas actually take off? Not many. Maybe it’s because the idea wasn’t brilliant after all, or maybe the Silicon Valley venture capital was missing. Whatever the case may be, in actuality, the start-up scene is flooded with apps and services that are more than worthy of investment. Here are our favorite new tech start-ups!
SEEK or SHOUT, an online network for Journalist, Bloggers, Feelancers and Communicators (i.e. ‘tastemakers”) pairs up with Cision.
Cision is a leading, web-based public relations (PR) tool for finding almost any media content needed. Cision helps PR professionals target pitches, connect with audiences, monitor coverage, and manage campaigns –all the elements it takes to get a story out. Cision is great for members from all sorts of media outlets to find the best leads. But if you’re not in the mainstream media, don’t fret! Just last month, Cision announced their collaboration with SEEK or SHOUT, a mainstream online network for Journalist, Bloggers, Feelancers and Communicators (i.e. ‘tastemakers.)
Levo league, a new wave of women, takes on on the challenge of equal pay.
On April 17th, President Obama proclaimed – National Equal Pay Day, calling Americans to recognize the full value of women’s skills, their contribution to the work force, acknowledge the injustice of wage discrimination, and join efforts to achieve equal pay.
Make some noise generation Y ladies! National Equal Pay Day has defiantly broken the glass ceiling, right? Well, not exactly.
Sad to say, not all companies have taken recognition to the ‘end of inequality.’ Levo League aims to change that.
Are you prepared to ‘give up the goat’?
“The shepherd wanted to pass his flock across a river. A wolf passed by and afflicted his flock. The wise shepherd said, ‘what shall I do, he might destroy the flock as I move the lambs across.’ He raised his eyes and saw a wild goat, big and strong. He said ‘I shall throw him before the wolf. While they do battle with each other, I shall remove the flock and they shall be saved from him.’”
What are you prepared to give up to protect what you have?
Renee Schmidt, Editor of SheBytes.com is interviewed at the co-launch party of two new technology startups.“Tech Streaming the Industry: Take the Interview and Candex Launch” event at NYC’s hotspot Yotel.
A panel of young female entrepreneurs weighs in on women in technology; the challenges of being a female entrepreneur in the male-dominated tech industry.
Scott Gerber (@askgerber), founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council and author of ‘Never Get a Real Job,’ assembled a panel of young female entrepreneurs to weigh in on the challenges of being a female entrepreneur in the male-dominated tech industry. The panel came up with 7 seriously awesome tips that reflect my line of thinking on the matter.