Wow… was so proud of myself for getting through a seriously long (though productive) day of meetings and work, and all ready to hit the hay, when I realized: it’s Thursday! So, a bit late, but I’m sure you can all enjoy these tomorrow morning as you wait for the weekend!
- 10 Marketing Lessons for Early-Stage Tech Startups via @Communitech
- More wood behind fewer arrows Google Labs is closing shop.
- Apparently 80% of startups are launched by those over 35. Hm… Do I want to be part of the 80 or 20%? I’ve got until August 27 to decide!
- 22 Manly Ways to Reuse an Altoids Tin Frankly, I’d use some of these too.
- Is It Cold in Here? Highly recommend you read this article by Jennifer Ouellette on the “chilly” environment many women in the sciences encounter. Found via @quantumpie‘s post; also excellent.
PS: If you care about women in technology and the sciences in general, you should come out on August 9 to the Waterloo Region Canadian Women in Tech meetup! Info and registration (free) here.
- Hot enough to fry an egg? Yes, it’s been hot. Julia Rosien and (her son?) Simon tried this out…
- Wise words from Larry Smith on his own career choices Notoriously engaging UW prof Larry Smith weighs in on how to live life outside the box – via @renjie. If you like this, I also recommend Barbara Sher’s book Refuse to Choose. Good stuff.