Episode 12 brought us to an ending with a hefty rant. Before we went wild, we talked about the super angel collusion madness reported by Techcrunch’s Michael Arrington along with Dave McClure and Fred Wilson’s responses. We then returned to a topic favorite, Facebook, to discuss the impending Facebook Phone and Zuckerberg’s $100M donation to New Jersey public schools. … Continue Reading
You know, I really want to think through what we talked about– I know we discussed IBM v. HP and now Oracle, the brand spankin new Twitter design, and a really interesting study about how children use the internet…but honestly, I am too distracted with flying ninja stars and dresses made out of meat. Wouldn’t you be, too? … Continue Reading
In Episode 10 of the Girls out Loud Show, Maya and Cristina talk about the issue that we’ve tried to avoid long enough on the show – the lack of women in the tech industry. There isn’t just one answer to the question ‘Why aren’t there more women in the tech industry?’ and we give you our complicated thoughts on the matter. … Continue Reading
In Episode 8 of the Girls out Loud Show, Maya and Cristina are all about speculation. They talk about the Google-Verizon policy proposal, Mark Hurd‘s troublesome exit from HP, additional hardware from Amazon and data from OkCupid which suggests that iPhone users have twice as much sex as Android users. Luckily, both Maya and Cristina have iPhones. Take a listen for the best tech speculation you’ve heard all week.
In Episode 7 of the Girls out Loud Show, Maya and Cristina go from old technology to new, from late use of the Polaroid camera, to the greatest books of all time, to the mass consumption of email via Blackberry and to the new age of shopping with Shopkick. Come ride the tech heavy journey from the past to the future!
In this episode of the Girls Out Loud show, Maya and Cristina debate over the merits of the Apple press conference results, the upcoming Diane Sawyer interview of Mark Zuckerberg, the rise of Kindle book sales on Amazon, the elegance and style of Tumblr, and of course, the relative pros and cons of Redbox.
Cristina and Maya are fascinated by DARPA’s initiative to farm synthetic blood, which has been achieved by a biotech company in Ohio, as well as research being done by robotics students around the world trying to make teachers out of robots (brilliant!). The girls puzzle over Facebook activation numbers for the past month falling of a cliff from 7.8M to just 320,000 new accounts in the US for the month! … Continue Reading