Tag Archive: Flickr

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    by Angie Chang

    Dear Marissa: Think Different. (Pink Is The New Purple)

    By narrowing its focus to women, Yahoo can beat the pants off its competitors.

    By Dave McClure (Founder & Partner, 500 Startups)

    I’d like to write a different open letter to Marissa Mayer that plays to both her strengths, as well as those of Yahoo. It’s a bit off the wall, but if you think it thru with me, I bet you’ll agree with the strategy.

    Yahoo has struggled for the last 6-7 years – with what it stands for, who’s running the show, how to keep its employees, how to compete with Google, and how to take advantage of its amazing assets in content, communications, and community around the world. The last really bold move Yahoo made was probably acquiring Flickr (aside from turning down the Microsoft acquisition

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    by Angie Chang

    Caterina Fake: Fast Growth For A New Social App A Bad Thing

    By Liz Gannes (Writer, AllThingsD)

    Social Web entrepreneurs with successful careers just can’t seem to find their way to a happy and boring retirement.

    Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake just announced Pinwheel, joining Ev Williams and Biz Stone of Twitter and now Obvious, Joshua Schachter of Delicious and now Jig, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen of YouTube and now Delicious, Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning of Napster and now Airtime, among others, back at the drawing board.

    Sure, the new startups from these people have a long way

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    by Angie Chang

    A Labor Of Love & Passion (Entrepreneurship And Women 2.0)

    By Sonya Lee (User Experience Design Consultant, Mowie Media)

    Being amongst hundreds of women at Women 2.0 PITCH Conference has been the most exciting opportunity for me in 2012. Not only has it been an honor to attend, it has also been a personal opportunity to instill a sense of pride and validation in my work as a UX designer and solo entrepreneur.

    For the past two years, I have worked diligently in my home-office developing a concept and business strategy for Wine and Food Travel, an online community and marketplace for artisanal and boutique businesses around the world.

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    by Angie Chang

    Female Founders To Watch: Chief Product Officers

    By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)

    Do you remember when serial tech entrepreneur Caterina Fake graced the cover of Newsweek magazine for founding Flickr?

    Women are often identified as consumers of market goods, but seldom recognized for their ability to create products – from consumer goods like Giddy Snacks in Whole Foods stores to venture-funded tech startups like Songkick.

    We at Women 2.0 are celebrating product innovators that happen to be women on Valentine’s Day – join us for a day of speakers on product innovation.

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    by Managing Editor

    Women-Founded Businesses That Make Technology Simple

    By Cheryl Isaac (Contributor, Forbes)

    Some have addressed the “lack of women in tech startups,” or mentioned that women should stop blaming men for the lack of women startups.

    Recently, I read a post from three-time-start-upper Penelope Trunk, founder of Brazeen Careerist, about why she stepped down from her startup. Interestingly enough, Penelope also thinks that women don’t want to do startups because they are under pressure to have children.

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    by Angie Chang

    Women’s Startups Lack Access to Capital (Women Don’t Ask)

    By Jessica Naziri (Reporter, CNBC)

    When Alexa von Tobel found herself frustrated with the lack of personal finance resources and tools available to her, she took a leave of absence from Harvard Business School in 2008 to pursue her dream of creating a way for women to gain control of their finances.

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    by Angie Chang

    Tech is Really a Man’s Man’s Man’s World

    By Linda Forrest (Associate, Francis Moran & Associates)


    Reading a recent post about the role formal education plays in entrepreneurship, I was reminded of an article I read a few months ago about the “real reason women quit engineering.”

    In Stemming The Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering, two University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professors report on their survey of over 3,700 women with engineering degrees. They found that just one in four women who had left the field reported doing so to spend more time with family.

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    by Angie Chang

    That’s What She Said: Women 2.0 and Startup Quote Partner Up for Women 2.0 Wednesdays!

    By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)

    Fortune cookies aside, there has to be a better way to deliver quotable quotes. Startup Quote delivers you a juicy morsel of wisdom from the floating head of a tech entrepreneur!

    Today, Women 2.0 begins a partnership with Startup Quote to bring you women entrepreneurs every Wednesday — That’s right, women entrepreneurs every Wednesday across both channels. Everyone wins! Kicking off the the Women 2.0 + Startup Quote partnership is one from Caterina Fake: