Mystic Peg is an easy, simple way for anyone to see what their week is going to be like. When you look at your diary, you might just see a list of events and appointments. But imagine if you could write down how you felt about each meeting or coffee with a colleague and then … Continue reading Want to find out whether you’re going to have a good week? There’s an app for that!
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Someone just emailed me to ask what Women in Tech organisations there are in Scotland. Since I've written them down on an email, figured that I would post them here to - just for anyone that's starting out, or new to Scotland. DISCLAIMER - This is a short list of the organisations I know just … Continue reading A (short) list of Women in Tech organisations in Scotland
Recently, I've been involved in a new initiative called Project Ginsberg, which is about creating new services around common mental health issues such anxiety, mild to moderate depression and stress. To let the tech community know a bit more about the target audience, and what we've been upto, I gave a talk at a recent … Continue reading Depression and Tech – a Techmeetup Talk
This article made me laugh:A scalable business or activity refers to one that requires little additional effort or cost for each unit of output it generates. Example: Making software is a scalable business (building it requires lots of effort up front; distributing a million copies over the Web is relatively painless). Venture capitalists crave scalable … Continue reading Scalable businesses more desirable than Lindsey Lohan reports Forbes!
On 23rd May, I'm really excited to be speaking at the 2013 London Hopper Colloquium: http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/events/events_listing/london_hopper_2013/ I'll be talking about 'Being Passionate and Working on Things that Matter'. In addition, I was recently featured as part of an EU project called 100 Mirrors, highlighting some of the top 100 'enterprising' women in Europe: http://www.100mirrors.eu/portal/en/100-women/by-country/uk/item/31-kate-ho.html
For one of my hacks for the EDINA ran Will's World Hack day/week, I've decided to compile an infographic/visualisation using the search results from a number of search engines. The data was compiled in a few ways: The demographic data came from Yahoo Clues using the search term 'shakespeare' The film adaptations number came … Continue reading Popularity of Shakespeare in Numbers (Infographic)