A weird weird world

No doubt about it. We live in a crazy world. However, there still are great things about it that make it worth being a part of it all. Did you know that the portrait of a woman will be appearing soon on our lovely $10 bill? According to the New York Times, The note will continue to have some image, also to be determined, of the current $10 honoree, Alexander Hamilton, a founding father (there were, of course, no mothers) and Treasury secretary to President George Washington (he of the $1 bill). [Read More]

New Dropbox Web App features make creative workflows easier

New features to the Dropbox web app benefit creative professionals and their clients. They pertain to new and improved web preview experience for images. Working with design files in Dropbox is faster and easier than ever. The following changes will take place over the next few days when viewing images on Dropbox.com: A new advanced image viewer for web previews. Whenever you preview an image (such as . [Read More]

LadyJam Day 2 at Microsoft in NYC

courtesy © 2015 Catt Small, Co-Founder Code Liberation.org Welcome to the LetsBSocial Internet Radio Show, live from New York City, were we talk singles, tech, digital media, and how they relate to one another! Today we’ll be talking about day two of Code Liberation’s LadyJam that took place at the end of March at Microsoft Headquarters in New York City, in commemoration of Women’s History Month. Microsoft, a big supporter of women and diversity in tech, was one of the sponsors of the event. [Read More]

Trust the signs

Welcome to the LetsBSocial Internet Radio Show, live from New York City, where we talk tech, singles, digital media, and how they relate to one another! Today’s topic is “Trust the signs”. Question of the day: Are you giving your valuable time to the right career? #DisruptYou pic.twitter.com/20K8WjZfvW — Jay Samit (@jaysamit) April 1, 2015 Today I thought I would keep it short and sweet, and focus more on the spiritual aspect of achieving life goals. [Read More]

Why I'm sometimes so loud

Sometimes I get a bit loud and perhaps a bit pushier than others. And sometimes I'm very quiet. There's a good reason for it. When you're a single woman and you want to be heard, sometimes you have to be "loud", otherwise no one will ever "hear" you! And sometimes you have to be aggressive, otherwise you won't get what you're after. But you also should know when it's time to retreat. [Read More]

Why I'm Still Single (and not a Mom) contd

Welcome again to the LetsBSocial Internet Radio Show live from New York City, where we talk tech, singles, digital media, and how they relate to one another! A while back, September 3, 2014 to be exact, I wrote a piece called "Why I'm Still Single (and not a Mom)". I consider it an important post, and highly relevant to the focus of the LetsBSocial Singles Community. I haven't really talked much lately about what it feels to be single, especially what it feels to be a single woman with no kids. [Read More]

Do you have an invisible girlfriend or boyfriend?

The other day I came across an article on the Daily Beast by Tauriq Moosa entitled “For $25, you can have an invisible girlfriend”. Being that I’m always curious about the latest in crazy “relationship schemes”, I had to check it out. There was a time when people pretended they had partners when they didn't. One great example of that bygone era was the movie Picture Perfect (1997) with Jennifer Aniston. [Read More]

To marry or not to marry?

I have been meeting new people a lot lately. When I tell them about LetsBSocial, the first question they ask me is "Is it a dating site?" I answer "No!" The second question many ask is, "Is it about telling people to stay single and NOT get married?" I answer "Absolutely not!". LetsBSocial is about singles empowerment, but it's not about the replacement of marriage with singlehood. Every individual is unique, and that uniqueness is accompanied by individual lifestyle preferences. [Read More]

Into The Woods: the new social order

Last night I went to a preview of “Into The Woods” courtesy of WSJ+ Events. I’m very glad I went, because “Into The Woods” was a great depiction of “the new social order”. I’ll try not to spoil the surprise for you, but don’t let the name “Into The Woods” fool you. It fooled all of us in the audience! At least those of us that never saw the original Broadway musical or never read the book. [Read More]

Why I am Still Single [and not a Mom]

Life is a journey. Being an entrepreneur is a journey. Being single is a journey. Choosing not to bend to today's social pressures of becoming a single mom is a journey. So why am I still single and NOT a Mom? I wasn't always single. I was married for 12 years, and was with my ex for 16. I had a great life. I was one of the very few in my milieu who was married. [Read More]