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    How she got started: Internet baby, started my career in a clec start up just out of school at the ground level.

    Her advice: Just do it and no matter how tuff it gets or what menial tasks you have to start with, just do it knowing you will get there. Do what no one else wants to do, become the expert on the toughest thing aroound you, and they will come. I suppose I have lots of these ideas but we can chat more when you'd like.

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    Georgia Women in Technology Event Raises More Than $125,000
    Posted by binarygirl on Tuesday, July 20 @ 22:29:03 CDT (139 views)

    Breaking News ATLANTA – Women in Technology’s annual fund-raiser drew a record crowd and donations at its recent annual fund-raiser.

    The group, which is part of the Technology Association of Georgia, drew more than 400 people and raised more than $125,000 at its ninth annual WIT Connect event.

    Proceeds will benefit WIT’s WIT on Track and Girls Get IT initiatives. WIT on Track offers an internship in IT or related fields for women from the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention's Second Chance Homes Program. The IT program focuses on working with girls who might be interested in entering the IT field.

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    Become an online mentor
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    Education Visit to learn more about becoming an online mentor.
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    Atomic Holographic NanoTechnology Sets Pace for the Future
    Posted by binarygirl on Friday, August 01 @ 17:37:20 CDT
    Breaking News Anonymous writes " 3D Atomic Holographic Storage

    Fremont, Ca. - Colossal Storage Corporation has dominant patents the first patents issued in any field that details a totally new concept for a Ultra-Violet/Deep Blue Laser integrated semiconductor R/W Head used for non-contact rewritable data to a ferroelectric optical holographic removable storage product.


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    $10,000 to start your own business
    Posted by binarygirl on Friday, July 26 @ 16:49:16 CDT
    Breaking News oxymelissa writes " "$10,000 to start your own business" Just wanted to let everyone know about a valuable program for women interested in starting or growing a small business. OXYGEN is hosting a contest called "Build Your Own Business" for women entrepreneurs. The prize includes $10,000 in seed money, a computer, and mentoring to four separate women to help them start or grow a small business. For more info, check out Hope you find this helpful!"

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    Tenth AWC Augusta Ada Lovelace Award goes to Dr. Dorothy Denning
    Posted by binarygirl on Friday, May 24 @ 20:14:56 CDT
    Events Anonymous writes "The Association for Women in Computing is honoring Dr. Dorothy Denning, as the 10th recipient of their Augusta Ada Lovelace Award. The award recognizes either or both: outstanding scientific and technical achievement; and extraordinary service to the community on behalf of women in computing and information technology. Dr. Denning is being honored for her work in information security and cryptography. The Association for Women in Computing is a non-profit, professional organization. The banquet will be held in Bethesda, MD (outside Washington, DC) on June 15th. You can learn more about the award or rsvp online. It happens that this is the 2001 award. Coming soon will be news on the award for 2002, which will happen in Seattle in October! "

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