The Bay Area is shaping a new generation of audacious, self confident, forward-thinking, and business-wise women entrepreneurs that are providing the Golden State with disruptive ideas. We found four that are turning the tech industry on its head in various e-sectors, including journalism, charity, health, and commerce—industries that are growing fast in Silicon Valley. Here are the ones truly shaking things up.
As long as they're made with fresh lime juice and agave nectar, midday margaritas are good for you. We promise.
Awesome attractions for the in-house aesthete.
It's technically a young-adult novel, but I can't imagine any adult not being sucked in by the premise of Katie Coyle's debut, Vivian Apple at the End of the World. The eponymous heroine is the freethinking teenage daughter of two extremely devout parents who are convinced the rapture is on its way—
First, tell me a bit about yourself:
Well, my name is Travis Jensen. I’m a 35-year-old photographer living and working in San Francisco. I moved to The City from Milwaukee nearly two decades ago, fresh out of high school with $800 cash, a duffle bag, and a skateboard. That’s it. I’ve been here ever since.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the holidays are here, which means that our already busy lives are about to get downright nuts. From crossing everything off your gift list to rushing through work to catch a snowbound flight home, it’s easy to get a little flustered. Add in chasing rogue packages around the city since you weren’t home, and it’s enough to make you want to refuse to leave your apartment until February. Fortunately, this is where Doorman comes in.
The impending rain just means there will be less of a crowd at these delicious events.
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