You’ve Come a Long Way, Silicon Valley

Katie looks back at how products geared to women shaped the technology industry.

Bloglovin Tripled Traffic This Year as Tumblr-Plus-Reddit for Ladies

There’s a boom going on in women’s blogging, and a site called Bloglovin is one of the epicenters.

Twitter to Wait Until After IPO to Name Woman — Likely With International Cred — to Board

The number of women with international experience is long, but if I were to bet whom Twitter is considering for its top picks, I would name only two: Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright.

AllThingsD Week in Review: New iPads Ahead, HP’s “Pivotal Year” and Women at Twitter

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Fortune’s Most Powerful Women List Has Lots of Tech Stars, With She-Can-Do-Anything Spotlight on Facebook’s Sandberg

I say we scramble all the private jets in Silicon Valley and get the “Lean In” book star to D.C. to lean on some pols to open the government again, tout de suite!


Actually, the Pool Is Quite Deep

Women aren’t on boards in Silicon Valley because the half-dozen who regularly get the call are busy, and no one is asking the rest.

Tragedy: Amazon’s First CFO and Internet Pioneer Joy Covey Dies in Bike Accident

A small glimpse into the life of an extraordinary woman.

Stanford Students Hope Posting Documentary Online Will Get More Women to Code

Speaking at DLDwomen in Munich, the founders of She++ urged women already in the workforce to learn to code so they might be better able to mentor and encourage the next generation.
Ayna Agarwal, speaking Tuesday at DLDwomen in Munich.

Max Levchin’s New Plan: To Get You Pregnant (And Improve Health Care in the Process)

Levchin is tackling the $5 billion dollar fertility business.