I told you a few months ago I would write about what it felt like to do a TEDtalk. I published my perspective earlier this week at my Harvard blog and because I was traveling I couldn’t quite get it to my main site before now. There’s only so much one can do with an More
Some stories about Nilofer and the path she’s walking.
Blub, blub, blub. That seems the sound track of life right now. As #SocialEra (my new book) has been released into the world, the world has shouted back with enthusiasm. But some days and hours, I’ve felt like the surfboarder being battered by waves as they are flung beneath the surface, not knowing which way More
When you write online, no one checks to see if you have a journalism degree before they start to read. If you experience an earthquake and want to report on its danger or safety, no one asks your credentials before you report to Ushahidi. And if you were interested a creating a new company, you More
When I was in grad school, I had this habit to clean the house to avoid the act of studying. I would study with some amount of focus for 20 minutes, and then go scrub the tub and so on. Someone could have created a barometer of sorts for how near it was to Test More
Whew! I feel like I just gave birth to an intellectual baby. And it was a big one. A 10-lber. And pushing it out was hard. And some people thought it was ugly. Regular readers to Yes & Know will have noticed I’ve been sucked into a particular idea for months now… Writing this 5-part More
This was a post that I did for my friends at Women 2.0. It’s meant as career advice and a way to #changetheratio in the long-run. Once again, the topic of women on Boards is getting play. Most of Facebook’s 800 Million users are women, but all of its seven directors are men. It’s such More