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Anjali Ramachandran
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David Karp 15h
Women don’t get pregnant alone. We owe them much more than our silent support in the political fight ahead. Today I made a $1 million donation to Planned Parenthood. Men, please speak up. If you can, consider contributing:
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Prashant Rao 14h
The story of Neus Català's life is incredible -- what an amazing woman. Read this obituary through to the end
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Matt Locke 15h
This is a really fantastic decision. The indie making the TV version of 's The Power for Amazon has ruled out filming in Georgia because of the state's changes to abortion legislation. Economic and cultural boycotts have real power...
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Ramona Liberoff 16h
Bamboo Finance, Moeda and the government of Togo launch a tech-driven impact fund for tech-driven companies
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Anjali Ramachandran 17h
Oh well done, even if The Verge says it won't last > Spotify, the leading music streaming app, is finally profitable via
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Anjali Ramachandran 18h
Went to the readings earlier this week with . Pleasantly surprised. The few pages read were not as intriguing as the book clearly is, from judges' comments: Man Booker International prize: Jokha Alharthi wins for Celestial Bodies
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Anjali Ramachandran 18h
Useful doc I spotted in a thread by - a doc by listing tech conferences that pay speakers, and those that essentially make you
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Anjali Ramachandran May 21
Excellent. Fan of both Meeker and , so good stuff all round > Former Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker has chosen an Australian online design platform for the first investment by her new VC firm via
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Anjali Ramachandran May 21
Thank you Alistair Parrington from , , Ben Goold from , for speaking at our workshop for yesterday. Much food for thought!
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Anjali Ramachandran May 21
I just voted for for Specialist Finance Introducer in the 2019 Specialist Finance Awards. Proud to be an investor.
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Grace Bonney 🌈 May 20
Obvious conference idea: get sponsors to cover speakers’ fees, not just swag bags. I’ve seen this done before and it’s a great way to ensure speakers get paid + that sponsor fees go to funding the core of the conference, not the swag that gets handed out (and usually tossed)
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Anjali Ramachandran May 20
Don’t deliver aid. End the need. How a new approach by humanitarian agencies can change the world. + who I know via have a new episode, incl. talking to a child soldier from the DRC - or
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Lily Herman May 17
I'm all for dudes talking about abortion (A LOT more of that PLEASE), but why not give the mic to women—and particularly Black women—on the ground in places like Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri who have been putting in the damn work for years?
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Anna Rafferty May 16
I'm hiring! Sr Director to lead Kids' Engagement for LEGO; one of the best roles I have ever recruited for. There's a superb team, world-leading products, top secret innovations & a remit to globally & responsibly enable kids' creativity. Pls RT!
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Anjali Ramachandran May 17
Enjoyed moderating this discussion a while ago. In these 1-2 min clips, & I talk about inspirations (like , & ), global cultures, inclusion, machine learning bias.
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Anjali Ramachandran May 17
If the event is non-profit that's one thing, but to charge £299-1999 for tickets & then not pay speakers or have a fee policy - just wrong. Hats off who have pulled out as speakers festival.
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Anjali Ramachandran May 17
"One in six people over the age of 55, however, “say they watched or listened less as a result of changes in the gender balance.”"> this is the group that is causing havoc in many political spaces. That aside, this report is heartening. by
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Anjali Ramachandran May 16
Really good read. and I discuss this a lot. I also had the pleasure of learning more about Mondragon at a few years ago. It sounded like a really vast, elaborate, social movement. Lord knows Britain needs that now more than ever.
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Andrew Jerina May 16
The “Preston Model” - where the council seeks to prioritise its spending with local businesses and build coops where they can’t buy services they need - a response to austerity and chronic underinvestment in communities outside London.
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Nathan Martin May 16
Last November, we had the privilege of hosting a truly wonderful conversation with & — today some of those videos are live. via
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