Meetup

The decision for Meetup to take a stand doesn't come without risks. Without a doubt, some people in Meetup's current user
An entrepreneur is a person who sees a business opportunity and starts it with the objective of meeting the needs of people, taking risks to keep the business going while making money in the process if possible.
Into macramé? Want to practice your Japanese? Finding others with common interests has never been so easy.
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Now, more than ever before, there are opportunities for forming relationships with like-minded individuals. So let's look at some specific ways to find support and build a network around you that can sustain you through the challenges of sacred end-of-life work:
The Anonymous Concierges (photo by Sam Teichman) The location was The Nomad Loft in New York City, a large studio space that's
New York City moves fast and aspirations soar higher than skyscrapers. The philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described it as a place for people who can focus to infinity and whenever he stopped walking quickly, he felt anxious.
Meetup's Yvette Pasqua has joined the ranks of female top tech execs that includes Gerri Martin-Flickinger, CIO at Adobe Systems, GoDaddy's Elissa Murphy, and White House CTO Megan Smith. The CTO started her post at Meetup October 12 and plans to expand Meetup's core of engineers.
On Friday, April 17, 2015, the recently appointed United States Chief Technology Officer, Megan Smith, organized a gathering of tech-focused community organizers at the White House (or, more accurately, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building).
When I attend social functions, people focus on my disability. No matter how hard I try to discuss the news or the hottest restaurant, people always revert back to my lack of sight. And at gay parties, people tend to ask more intimate questions.
Checking into your social media accounts could be a daily occurrence for you, or perhaps it is something you do morning, noon and night, or even every hour. Everybody uses social media in different ways, but how do you know if you're using it too much?