The ‘ick’ I’ve been running Girls ‘n Gadgets for over nine years now. I’ve always aimed to be a voice within women in tech and make tech fun and understandable. However, it never fails to amaze me how gender biased and narrow minded technology companies and their PR’s can be. Nine years ago, I guessContinue Reading “Women in Tech – Battling the Bias”
Have you ever heard of London Girl Geek Dinners? What started as an organisation of a few passionate women has blossomed into a worldwide network of “dinners” from New Zealand through to Toronto and now the home of that movement is turning 5 years old! London Girl Geek Dinners really does hope to change theContinue Reading “Girl Geek Dinners turns 5 (Guest post by Judith Lewis)”
My name is Cate Sevilla, and I’m the founding editor of BitchBuzz.com, as well as being a freelance writer and professional blogger. I grew up in California and after meeting a rather handsome British Geek on Myspace, I moved over to London in the spring of 2006. After blogging a ridiculous amount about women’s issuesContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week, Cate Sevilla – BitchBuzz.com”
Closet geek and entrepreneur, Diane Perlman has spent time learning and practicing nearly every marketing discipline over her career, both agency and client-side, and the last 12 years focusing mostly on digital and working with tech and telecoms clients. Diane, now director of ‘virtual agency’ Branding Matters for the past 4 years, provides strategic consultingContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Diane Perlman, Branding Matters”
The Girl Geek and the Monsters I’m sat pondering the life of a London girl geek, cup of tea in hand and admiring a lovely view of the Thames. It’s hard to believe that just a few years ago I was living in rural Lincolnshire, with big dreams of working in the games industry. IContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Cat Burton, Mind Candy”
A Silicon Valley Girl Getting Spoonfed in London I sit staring at source code in an empty computer lab, trying to embed a flash animation of a fish into a website for my sixth grade science project. If I could go back and speak to my eleven-year old self now, the message would be clear: don’tContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Meaghan Fitzgerald, Spoonfed”
Our very own Leila Gilley interviews Amanda Lord to find out how we can all go shopping in a good cause, and finds that not only is it totally cost free for us to use, but its also a must have shopping tool!