My first post for CNET went up today…
This is Lindsay Lohan’s sister, Ali, on the cover of Fault magazine (via Daily Mail). High five, my freckly sister! May I add that those sunglasses are delish.
itsmamabarbz asked: omg where did you order your panam hat!
Ebay! There’s a woman making them. I searched for “blue pillbox hat” and got the result. :)
My Pan Am hat has arrived! Out of the box and on my head. Wearing it all day, I think.
“Ultimately, by eliminating my clothing habit, I gained time with my child. And, the value of that time is priceless.”
By Regina Sinsky for VentureBeat July 20, 2011
Online payment startup WePay announced WePay Stores today, a new ecommerce solution for small businesses with zero tech prow.
It’s nearly impossible to describe WePay Stores without sounding like a commercial.
By Regina Sinsky for VentureBeat August 8, 2011
Cloud storage service Dropbox could be using the “vast majority” of the funds raised in a new $200-$300 million round to provide liquidity to the company’s founders, according to a source familiar with the funding. That would mean the founders would be personally pocketing a huge pile of cash, well before any public offering provided liquidity to other investors or to employees.
This kind of deal, in which founders get cash in exchange for their stock, is increasingly common, especially in late-stage investment rounds. Investors justify the move as a way to keep them managing aggressively, by removing some of their personal risk.
By Regina Sinsky for VentureBeat September 14, 2011
One of the fastest-growing markets for tech products is the 78 million baby boomers living in the United States. Yet tech products are too often designed without older consumers in mind. This omission is surprising, because boomers currently represent 1/3 of the U.S. population and have more than $3 trillion in disposable income, according to AARP.org. The membership-based organization, which serves the needs of Americans 50 years and older, is putting a spotlight on the opportunity and need for greater entrepreneurial and venture capital-based technology that serves the needs of boomers.
By Regina Sinsky for VentureBeat August 3, 2011
He has $1 million in the bank, a promising new company and a rolodex that makes Silicon Valley swoon.
“Hang on, I’ve got to take this,” says 19 year-old Cory Levy. “Hi, Mom.”
By Regina Sinsky for VentureBeat August 25, 2011
With all of the supernatural success swirling around legendary Apple CEO Steve Jobs as he steps down from the position, it’s easy to forget that he’s human. Michael Dhuey, 53, had two opportunities to experience the real Jobs through working with him.