Wireless electricity (sans the cord), has been around for quite awhile, dating back to 1890 when Nikola Tesla unleashed power for the first time. However I wouldn’t exactly call his wireless electricity safe for home use; unless you want a really REALLY dark tan.
Physicist Jason Steffen cuts airplane boarding time in half. Awesome video byte about efficiency during airplane boarding that saves millions of dollars!
I publish this post as I am en-route to Florida. I am headed down south to Boca Raton and then Ft. Lauderdale with my friend Miguelina! My gal pal Bryce will also be joining in a few days. Woohoo –can’t wait!
Traveling is mega fun, but of the airport, I can tell you first hand: NO ONE LIKES IT! Whether you are a jet setter, a world traveler or you just enjoy getting away for an all too infrequent vacation (who doesn’t?), admittedly the airport is probably your least favorite part (it’s mine!).
Sure, we’ll kick it off with a picture of an adorable animal, like we always do, but this time SheBytes pays tribute to a wide array of blogs that we read, draw inspiration from and consistently turn to in hours of procrastination.
They’ve made us smile, cry, think and wonder, and have inspired us to change our lives…
Women ARE tech savvy! We didn’t need Bloomberg to tell us that!
I’m a corporate entrepreneur and techie with a deep rooted passion for interconnection. SheBytes, while still in its evolution, is my personal blog and “HER” Resource on Technology: for Business, for Life, and for the Soul. SheBytes was inspired by both the dearth of female entrepreneurs (specifically in tech) and by the lack of tech savvy education opportunities for women in business. It’s no surprise then that I was really inspired (and affirmed) by a recent article on Bloomberg titled:
Apple has undoubtedly done some truly innovative things with its creativity since that fateful day of its founding on April 1, 1976 .It released the first “Macintosh Computer” (ubiquitously known now as just a Mac) in 1984, a machine that isn’t exactly the sexiest or most attractive gadget in the world to us now, but back then was actually pretty fancy stuff.
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.