1:30 pm, November 23rd | by Sarah Devlin
We can’t help you with that, but we can help you answer truthfully when someone asks if you did anything the day after Thanksgiving besides nap and eat half a left over pecan pie for breakfast.
5:30 pm, October 24th | by Sarah Devlin
What’s better than reading smart, original and funny takes on women in business, politics and media? Joining in and sharing yours, obviously.
2:54 pm, May 26th | by Hillary Reinsberg
As social media gets huge in China – the country’s “answer to Facebook,” Renren, just went public – some wealthy and elite Chinese citizens think the services offered to anyone with access to the Internet are simply not exclusive enough. Enter P1.CN, the private, exclusive social network reserved for China’s elite.
Sure, we’ve seen “exclusive” social networks before. But with 1.2 million members P1.CN is bigger, and more ridiculous than its American counterparts like ASmallWorld, which has only signed up 700,000 members. And what’s more: the Financial Times says members of the young, urban elite class are not just reluctantly joining to check it out…they’re absolutely loving it.