Here we go folks. I am about to contradict myself. But maybe not, I can't decide. Maybe you decide. Ok, here goes. Five years ago, I wrote on Finextra that when it comes to social media, a bank should behave like a person, even if they are a bank. See here. At the time, the... Continue Reading →
My dad was a history teacher. He retired a few years ago, but for almost 40 years my dad taught middle school history and social studies in the public school system in the neighboring town where I grew up in the US. He used to run 'The Civil War Club' at the school. Not sure... Continue Reading →
In my time, I have curated and organised my fair share of events. Events with exhibition halls, conferences in foreign countries, small roundtables and webcasts. I know what it is like to piece together a wish list of favoured speakers and have to balance that with the spokespeople from sponsors that bought their way onto... Continue Reading →
So a week ago I posted a survey of four upcoming blogs and asked my Twitter followers to vote on which one should be posted next. It came down to a tie between a positive post on the joys of being in your 40s and one about the myriad of ways people and companies delay... Continue Reading →
There I said it. I really really miss my Blackberry. I've had three versions of the beleaguered smartphone in the past. I started off with a flip version (Remember flip phones? - no calling a Uber with your bum with those babies). Then I migrated to a Curve and eventually a Bold. But it was... Continue Reading →
So, as May comes to an end - let's take a break from the FinTech and the myriad of ways women are made to feel like they are intruders in world that was never designed for them - here is a bit of Friday Fun. Feel free to add yours.