SheBytes on Bytes. We break it down! The world around us is filled to the brim with techie jargon. It’s hard to have a conversation today where someone isn’t talking technology.
Want to know if you have clout on the Web? Now there’s a way to track your self-brand! It’s called Klout!
I love anything that not only premeditates the presence of an issue, but that also includes a thoughtful solution for it.
The Issue: As people become increasingly focused on the world of internet marketing, social media, self-branding and social networking, it’s easy to lose track of how well our efforts are actually doing.
Mike’s Marketing is a set of tools that let you see how you measure on the Web! Internet acclaim made simple! Because of my deep involvement personally with SMBs, I am always particularly excited about sharing valuable and practical resources that I use daily.
Wondering how a Virtual Desktop (ie: Desktops in the Cloud) works? If you want to know how to access one, we have the details in video!
Virtual Desktops (aka cloud desktops) are the way of the future, and I felt that the best way to gain a true sense of appreciation for the “groundbreaking-ness” of a Cloud Desktop as a radical innovation is to see it in action. So Renee and I created a clear and concise video demonstration / tutorial of how to use an iPad and iPhone 4 (as a tether) to carry your desktop with you everywhere you go.
With so many iPhone 5 rumors swirling, we thought we’d write a post to set the record straight!
Renee published an article yesterday about the iPhone 5 on the tech site MWD (Mixed Web Data) and I have to say I loved it. Now some of you may be thinking that I actually have to say that I loved it, because I’m working with Renee on SheBytes for the summer, but the truth is that Renee’s awesome, in that she pretty much gives me free reign as a poster and contributor to SheBytes.
CuteGeek, a technology blog written from the female perspective, recently did a profile on me: Brilliant Women in Technology: Meet Renee Schmidt so I thought it would be proper to return the favor. CuteGeek is a unique and user friendly technology blog with a guiding philosophy that can be summed up in a statement made by co-founder Radiris Diaz; “we represent everything men are and more…” Not only does this mean that CuteGeek is operated by women who call themselves geeks (although I call them heroines), but also that its content is directed at the technologically inclined modern woman.
May 4th, 2011 – Cute Geek
Feature story on Renee Schmidt at http:/cutegeek.com