• Job Posting: Full-time Interactive Creative Director

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    Job post time! And it's a great opportunity. It's a full-time interactive creative director. If that's you, apply today. Tell them the SF Egotist sent you.

    Remember: Only members get to see jobs posted within the last 3 days. So if you want to get a jump on everyone else - join us.

  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Prison

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    If you're not watching this, you really should be. It rivals the Daily Show for sheer comedic news value.

  • Artist Gary Baseman's new Kickstarted documentary "Mythical Creatures."

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    Artist Gary Baseman has launched a new Kickstarter campaign to fund one of Baseman's personal creative projects, a new documentary called "Mythical Creatures." Directed by David Charles, this imaginative documentary aims to connect the stories of the Holocaust to an entirely new generation.

    The Kickstarter campaign aims to raise funds for Baseman and the film crew to travel to the Ukraine to complete documenting the people and the places where the Basemans once thrived for generations.

  • JVST launches new Academy of Art website.

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    For over a year, JVST has been working with the Academy of Art, consolidating over 600+ pages, 32+ subdomains and more. Now they're out with a revamped site with a new responsive framework. Check it out.

  • SF's Kat Gordon of The 3% Conference Listed in 40 Women to Watch Over 40

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    Kat Gordon, founder of The 3% Conference, has been recognized in the national “40 Women to Watch Over 40” list of prestigious winners. The 40 Women To Watch Over 40 list aims to reward the achievements of women over 40 who are are pushing
    the boundaries.

    Christina Vuleta and Whitney Johnson, both 40-plus mentors, consultants and innovators in their own right, founded the list to challenge age stereotypes and raise awareness that “over forty” is in fact when many women come into their most productive era.

    Say Vuleta and Johnson, “We want to inspire 40-something disruptors to persist despite the rise of the ‘30 under 30’ power lists while motivating women in their in their 20s and 30s to see new possibilities."

    Gordon was an ideal fit for the list as the founder of The 3% Conference, which addresses the critical business issue of lack of women and diversity in leadership roles.

    Huge congrats to Kat on the accolade.

  • Women in Wireless present "Where Wearables Are Headed" - tonight!

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    Experiencing explosive growth, the consumer wearables market is poised to be the fastest-emerging technology category estimated to become a $12B industry by 2018, according to International Data Corporation. Seeing as how some of the hottest wearable tech companies are right here in our own San Francisco backyard, it only made sense for Women in Wireless to invite these innovators to their next panel event.

    WiW has put together an evening bringing together some of these leading minds to talk through this rapidly changing wearables market. The panel discussion will focus on how wearables are enhancing verticals in health, fitness, fashion, and productivity; and ultimately create better living through this technology.

    Purchase your ticket now.

    Guest Speakers
    MODERATOR: Kelly Clark, Editor-in-Chief, Wearable World News

    PANELISTS:
    Monisha Perkash, CEO, Lumo BodyTech
    Deepa Sood, CEO & Founder, Cuff
    Kathie Green, Marketing Manager, TapSense
    Neha Shevade, Engineering Lead, iOS, Trulia

    WHAT: Women in Wireless panel entitled Where Wearables Are Headed
    WHEN: This Wed evening on the 23 from 6-8 pm
    WHO: CEO's of Lumo BodyTech and Cuff, TapSense and Trulia
    WHERE: Here

  • Amnesty International - Pens

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