It's a spoof off the iPhone 4 video:
(Thanks, Kenny and Blake)
In major U.S. cities, women in their twenties are out-earning their male counterparts -- the gap is as much as 17% in New York and 20% in Dallas. And yet, when dealing with money musts such as staying out of debt and planning for retirement, many young women have no idea where to start.Read the rest of the FastCompany blogpost here.
The Obama administration is committed to transparency, at least in theory. To track the mountains of cash we're spending on contracts, wars, programs, initiatives, and stimulus packages, the government launched USASpending.gov, a tool designed to help the public understand where our tax dollars are heading. And where is all that federal spending going? Not to USAspending.gov, where an estimated $1.3 trillion worth of data is missing or wrong. If only there were a website for tracking cash missing from the cash-tracking site....Read the FastCompany article here.
...Imagine that you have two items on your to-do list. One is "pick up AAA batteries." The other is "deal with tax issues." Guess which one is still unchecked four weeks later? (Or, if you are Willie Nelson, six years later.) Clarity begets action...Read the FastCompany article here.
"It’s not a pipeline problem. It’s about loneliness, competition and deeply rooted barriers." Read more in the NYT .