By: Rufus Manning(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) Let’s hear it for the women in technology of the greater Washington D.C. area! Much of the buzz at last week’s Potomac Techwire Statup Outlook 2012 (#StartOut) event focused on a definitive trend: That women are increasingly finding their footing in the startup scene. It’s no
By: Tiffany Peng(If you liked this blog, please share it. Thanks!) A few weeks ago, our hi tech PR agency completed an email migration to Google, which I’m incredibly excited about. Now, I can use all of those helpful Google features for work, such as Google Docs, Google Reader and Gchat. Then I remembered a little something
By: Tiffany Peng(If you liked this blog, please share it. Thanks!) “Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” -‑ Steve Jobs commencement speech at Stanford University, 2005 With
By: Chris Leach(If you liked the blog, please share it. Thanks!) Earlier this year I wrote about the importance of a positive workplace culture. How it not only cultivates a good, professional environment, but it inspires people to show up and produce their best. W2 Communications remains a stand-out example of this on many levels, I wrote.
By: Christy Pittman(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) Thanks to the hard work of the Equal Footing Foundation, a long list of corporate donors and (most appreciatively) the 600 runners who took part, our recent Run! Geek! Run! 8K event raised $14,000 for Equal Footing. Equal Footing seeks to increase access to computer learning