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Where are the FEMALE led "start-up stories" at?...

by shmody / September 28, 2009 3:41 AM PDT

Where are the female led "start-up stories" at?...

I was randomly thinking the other day that I've heard of the internet/computing/gadget superstars. There's an Intel ad with the tagline "our rock stars aren't like your rock stars". But all "great start-up stories" are all guys. The only female led the stories seem to be mostly guys... Obviously there are many females in journalism that cover internet/computing/gadgets, but it does not seem like there are many female "success stars" like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Are they out there addressing other online spaces I don't really go to b/c they cater to women only/primarily?

I'm sure I just haven't done much news-digging, but I don't think I should have to... so...where the clever, awesome start-up women at?

Best,
Shalin

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another version of the question...
by shmody / September 28, 2009 3:42 AM PDT

another version of the question... What does/can "Girl Power" 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 look like?

--Shalin

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uh...
by shmody / September 28, 2009 4:40 AM PDT

uh...scratch "The only female led the stories seem to be mostly guys..." I think I combine to weakly related thoughts...

I guess the only female led internet/computing/gadget stories I've heard in the last few years were:
1) Clocky http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clocky
2) The Frag Dolls
3) Misc. social media personalities who seem to be famous only by virtue of having pics with A-/B-List mainstream celebrities...

--S

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case in point...
by shmody / September 28, 2009 5:02 AM PDT
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