I’ve been meaning to weigh in on Marissa Mayer’s new mandated policy at Yahoo which bans working from home. I’d previously written this post soon after she was announced CEO. Everything this woman does, it doesn’t matter what it is, people (especially women) are going to hate. Why? Because she makes other women look bad.
There was a technical glitch with this post, so I am reposting. Two days ago, I posted about Instacart, a new service that does your grocery shopping (at Trader Joe’s and Safeway) for you. The service is available in SF, Palo Alto, and Mountain View, and charges a surprisingly low flat fee of $3.99 if you schedule your delivery anytime
Did you all read Jason Gay’s 23 rules of the Office Holiday Party in the Wall Street Journal? So hilarious. My favorite is Rule #5: If your company’s holiday party is taking place in a swanky penthouse with piles of lobster, expensive champagne, trapeze artists and Coldplay performing live on stage, immediately run back to the
Wasn’t a fan of ‘Aurora Goryalis,’ thinking it insensitive, but Keith and Dean seemed to think it was relevant and appropriate for a trivia group name. Last time I did group trivia was after September 11, 2011, post-layoff from the startup to which I’d devoted three years of my life. Jen, Steph, and I headed
I’m feverish and sick. Trying to function even though my eyes are bloody red and I’m severely congested. Yesterday I had lunch with a friend who’s starting up his own company; he also has a full-time job that has nothing to do with his startup idea. I think entrepreneurs are great. They’re the backbone of America and