Leading neuroscientist Andrea Kuszewski explains why unlocking the hearts (and minds) of your users isn’t just an art – it’s a science.
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Sustainability in any industry is key, but especially in the gaming world where the “next big thing” is just around the corner.
A female gamer faces a terrible backlash when she decides to examine the ways women are portrayed in video games.
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By Efrat Barit (Co-Founder & CEO, Ringbow)
All my life I was a “doer”. Arranged, promoted, organized, friends, family, work, I never sat and looked from the side, or waited for something to happen.
I always looked at myself as a resourceful girl. I didn’t know what it meant to be an entrepreneur or what you needed to do to become one. In my case, becoming an entrepreneur wasn’t something that I chose, it chose me! People always say luck is being in the right place at the right time. I guess this happened to me when I was introduced to a friend of a friend who had some big ideas, but needed
By Maris McEdward (Community Manager, Startup Weekend)
The Internet is full of articles describing, lamenting, and diagnosing the fact that there aren’t enough women in tech. And it’s true — women are under-represented in technology and as entrepreneurs.
But talking about the problem doesn’t do a whole lot to change the situation. If women want to be better represented in the worlds of technology and entrepreneurship, we have to act.
I’ve seen firsthand, again and again, the power of doing over discussing. At Startup Weekend, we’ve taken the motto of “No Talk. All Action.” to heart. Entrepreneurs know that to build companies